Totalán is a village in the province of Málaga that has numerous hiking trails that can be explored on foot or on horseback. Most of the routes start from Plaza de la Constitución in the centre of the town.
Totalán is situated in a mountainous area close to the sea, with deep valleys and streams flowing through them, steep slopes and cliffs. We recommend a visit to the area of La Toma on the Totalán stream, which is accessed by the Fuente de la Teja road.
In the interior of the village, you can stroll through its narrow streets of Moorish origin, discover its monuments and enjoy the general view of the village from the highest point with the Mediterranean Sea in the background.
This route is quite easy and accessible to anyone, it is only 1 kilometre and you can walk it in a short time.
Route from Totalán to Moclinejo
12 kilometres for those who are in good shape, a route that can be done by bicycle, always bearing in mind that it is 24 kilometres round trip.
The trail runs between rivers and valleys, you can admire the scenery or explore the streets and monuments of Moclinejo, monuments such as the church, built between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Route to the beach of La Cala del Moral
From Totalán to the beach of La Cala del Moral there is a route that runs along the bed of the Totalán stream and from this route you can enjoy the beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. The trail descends a steep hill on its way down to the sea.
This trail can be done by bike or on foot, the route is very easy, although the climb on the way back is significant and can be tough for those who are not used to it. It takes approximately 4 hours to complete the route and return, the distance is about 15 kilometres.
In the following map you can see the road route to get to Totalán, if you need it you can rent a car in Málaga to get to this and other villages in Andalucía.