Naranjo is quite short compared with some. I've done 1200m rock routes over there. The thing about Naranjo is that its a very fetching peak with a lot of high quality, steeper than average climbing available.
There is plenty of stuff in between - We had a fortnight of ticking the starred TDs (very soft !) all over the central massif (including a couple of days on Naranjo). Plenty of mountain stuff coming in at UK S 4a to VS 4c with the odd harder move but there are also loads of shorter (2 or 3 pitch)valley crags with harder stuff on it.
At my grade, climbing was actually very reminiscent of the Dolomites at times. At your grades I would imagine its more limited. Beutiful area, mind.
In reply to Sl@te Head: They had a (handwritten) topo at the bar in the town just before getting to the crag that climbers update whenever something changes. Is a basic name/line/grade affair, but it worked a treat for us.
Disclaimer: That was in 1996, so the bar (or the town) may not be there anymore...
In reply to Sl@te Head: It's a bit obvious, yes. The overhanging sector in the photo is all 7b up to 8c. On the left of it there are a couple of 6's, and to the right there are another 2 (or was it 3?) sectors with most routes ranging from 6a to 7a.
Anyway, the crag is somewhat busy, so you can ask the locals and they'll help you out.