This is a relatively straightforward and linear walk around Ronda’s gorge – the Tajo de Ronda. The walk starts in the Plaza de Campillo (also known as the Plaza de María Auxiliadora) – shown below. An exceptionally beautiful square, with two huge Pinsapo fir trees that provide welcome shade. These endemic Spanish fir trees date […]
The Osborne Bull in Almayate is one of the most iconic landmarks on the Malaga coastline. Weighing over 4000kgs, standing at 14 metres in height and with a total surface area of over 150m2 – the bull is visible from miles around. It’s situated just off the old coastal road, the N340, outside of Torre […]
Places are now open for Malaga City’s III Travesía de Senderistas. A long distance hiking event that starts and ends in Malaga City. It is open to all. The circular route is 27,4kms in length. It is organised by the Sociedad Excursionista de Málaga, the Ayuntamiento de Málaga (town hall) and the Andalusian mountaineering federation – la […]
The Tajo del Estudiante & La Huma are the kinds of places that no amount of photographs could ever do justice. The views are breathtaking and completely 360. It does take a bit of effort to get there, but it’s effort well spent. The route below, is the shortest and easiest way up.
The Parque Natural de la Sierra de las Nieves is one of the best preserved and most beautiful natural parks in Spain. Designated a Biosphere Reserve in 1994 , it is home to one of last remaining Spanish fir (Pinsapo) forests in the world. A tree that dates from the ice age. The Natural Park is […]