MALAGA, SEA AND MOUNTAIN
Malaga, with its more than 160 kilometres of coastline and more than 130 beaches lapped by the Mediterranean Sea, is one of the ultimate holiday destinations.
Warm weather to be enjoyed throughout the year attracts thousands of visitors looking for sun and beach, but also looking for nature, outdoor sports and good food. Malaga is not only beach, a few kilometres away from the coast we find routes and unforgettable landscapes. Charming white mountain villages full of surprises at every corner of their narrow, hilly streets; tradition, culture and delicious cuisine. Mijas, Benahavís, Colmenar, Competa, Casares …. to name only a few. You will be surprised at time’s imprint on nature if you visit Ronda and look down from its impressive Tajo de Ronda or Antequera’s monumental Torcal, which takes you back to the past when you find ammonites so far away from the sea.
Those who love heights will not want to miss the Caminito del Rey, a passage built into the walls of the Gaitanes’ gorge in the municipalities of Alora and Ardales.
And if you like birds, you should not miss Fuente de Piedra, where you can marvel at the elegance of the flamingos in their natural habitat. If we enter the Sierra de las Nieves, it offers beautiful landscapes, embellished during some winter days with a white robe from an occasional snowfall.
This is a subtle touch of what our Malaga has to offer, mix and diversity, because each one of its 103 municipalities offer unique experiences. Are you ready to live them?