First time in Malaga province and we saw a lot of amazing places, we spend one week in this area, you can do it from Malaga city or go and travel day by day. Here my road trip I hope you will enjoy it.
DAY 1/2 MALAGA
Beaches, gastronomy, and nature are the strong points of this area, and for being the birthplace of the famous painter Pablo Picasso. Il located in the Costa del Sol, Malaga is a city that attracts with its comfort and simplicity. Let’s start with Free tour for the city? Book here!
- Atarazanas market
- Picasso museum
- Hammam Al Ándalus Arab Baths
- More info about the city here.
DAY 3 ANTEQUERA
Antequera is one of the beautiful cities that made Malaga a perfect trip. Hike through the Torcal de Antequera, taste la Porra or visit the Alcazaba is just 3 things that you can do on Antequera. Very close to Malaga and The Caminito del Rey is a strategic point to visit the area. The Torcal de Antequera Nature Reserve is the most important, beautiful karstic phenomenon in Spain. More info here.
DAY 4 CAMINITO DEL REY
El Caminito del Rey Path is placed in the middle of multi-layered natural surroundings that consist of reservoirs, mountains, gorges, and valleys, which are difficult to approach. This is why it is impossible to reach the beginning of the path by vehicle but you need to walk for quite a while. Was one of the best experience that I did in this in this travel, I enjoyed so much. Here more info.
DAY 5 RONDA
Ronda is one of the oldest cities in Spain It now is one of the towns and villages that is included in the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park. Its origins date back to the Paleolithic and good proof of this is the Cueva de la Pileta, one of the best examples of Andalusian Paleolithic rock art. More info here.
DAY 6 MIJAS
Situated in the heart of the Costa del Sol, Mijas combines to the perfection its condition of a mountain village with the important touristic development in its coastal zone. Mijas this year’s campaign was presented at the Costa del Sol stand, in which the beaches, golf courses and hiking routes through the mountains were highlighted. More info here.
DAY 7 TORREMOLINOS
Beaches, goods food and The House of the Navajas, declared of Historic Landmark by the Department of Culture of the Government of Andalusia in 1991, the property is situated on a cliff overlooking the beach of El Bajondillo and has two floors with balconies, with the ground floor for housing the family.
Colomares castle is a monument, in Fuengirola fews km from Torremolinos, in the form of a castle, dedicated to the life and adventures of Christopher Columbus. It was built near Benalmádena, it is the largest monument in the world to the explorer, but also contains the smallest church in the world, covering an area of just 1.96 square meters. More info here.