Discover some of the best scenic routes in Malaga for taking advantage of your rental car during your holiday.
Tag: active tourism
Without any exaggeration, we can proudly confirm that in Malaga we have it all, not just a lot of sun and beach. The interior of the province has beautiful white villages, fantastic forests, national park and high mountain ranges where it even snows during the winter months.
There are also spectacular caves, most of which have been inhabited since prehistoric times.
You don’t necessarily have to be an experienced mountaineer or speleologist to delve into the depths of the earth, because first we are going to introduce you to the tourist caves in Malaga, all of them within a stone’s throw from the coast, with easy access and which you shouldn’t miss if you are on the Costa del Sol.
The second section is dedicated to people who love active tourism in Malaga, who want to discover these wonders hidden in the bowels of the earth.
Some of them require a higher level of preparation, but there are also a few that are ideal for beginners in caving with experienced instructors or simply to enjoy beautiful hiking or climbing routes… as you can see, it’s going to be difficult to choose!
We know from the opinions of our clients that they do not only enjoy the sunny beaches of the Costa del Sol and its almost infinite leisure offer. Many of them are lovers of nature and active tourism in Malaga.
For them we have prepared this article of Routes through the Spanish Fir forests in Malaga, the oldest forests of the province, sure you will not be able to resist its magic, like out of a story of a Nordic saga or a book of Tolkien, join us!
In the region of the Serranía de Ronda we find another jewel of the province of Málaga, the beautiful Genal Valley.
This spot is one of the few almost virgin places left in the province, hidden inland, reached after many winding bends along country roads, offering the visitor magnificent views of the crystal-clear waters of the river Genal and vast centuries-old forests.
The province of Malaga offers us a rich and deep historical heritage thanks to its vast past. Many of our Top Ten archaeological sites in Málaga presented here were discovered by chance in recent years due to excavation and construction work and have now seen the light of day again after being buried and forgotten for hundreds of years.
Yes, we all love the sun and the beach during the summer months. Without doubt, the province of Malaga offers all year round such a wide range of possibilities for active tourism and adventure sports that you will be surprised by everything you can do.
In fact, we were also surprised by some spectacular offers that we had no idea existed, discover them with us!
If you are on holiday in Malaga and you are a nature lover, don´t miss a visit to the spectacular rock formations of El Torcal de Antequera.
El Torcal de Antequera
If you are on holiday in Malaga and you are a nature lover, you should not miss a visit to the spectacular rock formations of El Torcal in Antequera.
Malaga’s reservoirs add a great attraction to our beautiful province. In addition to supplying the municipalities of the Costa del Sol with this scarce commodity that is fresh water, most of them over the years have contributed to enriching the environment, flora and fauna.
The reservoirs of Malaga are ideal in any season of the year, as we can enjoy multiple activities such as hiking, cycling or cooling off during the summer and practice water sports, away from the crowds on the coast, in a privileged environment. Discover with us the best reservoirs of Malaga!