The Malaga province is home to some truly spectacular mountains, and we’re just a stone’s throw away from them all. To our north are the mountains that form the ‘Central Limestone Arch’, east is the Tejeda, Almijara & Alhama natural park, and to the west are the amazing limestone walls, gorges and summits of El Chorro, all of which form part of the Penibaetic system.
On this adventurous guided walking holiday, you’ll have the opportunity to hike along the ridges and ascend to the summits to enjoy the magnificent views. The routes are between 8 to 16 kilometres long with around 6 to 9 hours to complete, and can include sections of scrambling. On all of the walks expect to find a mixture of gravel tracks, well defined footpaths and the occasional section of scree. All of our walks are local to us and do involve some travelling, but are no longer than an hours drive.