Tourist towns such as Malaga & Marbella are all within reach.
Tourism at its best

Malaga (29 km)

Malaga is the largest city in southern Spain and with its location by the sea a major tourist attraction. Malaga is also the capital of the province of the same name and the geographical center of the Costa del Sol, with a total of 160 km of sandy beach. This charming and cosmopolitan city, birthplace of the world famous painter Pablo Picasso, is situated on a beautiful bay and is blessed with lots of sunshine and a special light. The city is characterized by its wide avenues lined with palm trees, its lively nightlife, important museums and excellent seafood restaurants.

Marbella (34 km) and Mijas (14 km)

Mijas is a typical mountain village (Mijas Pueblo) and seaside resort. La Cala de Mijas is the nearest beach. The center of Mijas Pueblo can be reached on the backs of donkeys (Burrotaxis) or a steep climb through the steep streets. 400 meters above the sea you can enjoy a beautiful view between the white houses. Mijas can be combined with a visit to the famous seaside resort of Marbella.

Torremolinos -
Benalmadena (25 km)

Torremolinos ('Torre de Molinos' or
'tower of the mills') is perhaps the best known
seaside resort on the Costa del Sol
for Dutch and Flemish people. 8 km
long fine sandy beach is the place to be for
Less known but equally touristy is Benalmádena,
where a modern funicular
takes you to the 742 m high Calamorro
to make beautiful walks.


El Caminito del Rey
The King's Path

A hiking trail that runs from Ardales (entrance and car park El Kiosko) and ends in El Chorro near Alora. The path is three kilometers long and is located 100 meters above the river 'El Chorro', is 1m wide, against the rock walls. It can only be traveled from the northern side (the entrance). On arrival, the nearest car park is one kilometer away. In 1921, the path was used by King Alfonso XIII to open the dam, hence the royal name.
impressive architecture

Ronda (76 km)

Ronda is one of the most visited cities in Andalusia, due to its impressive location on the edge of a plateau. The Tajo River divides the city in two, connecting the imposing Puente Nueva. The Ronda bullring dates from 1785, is the oldest in Spain and can be visited freely.
the rock

Gibraltar (111 km)

If you want to taste a piece of England on the Costa del Sol, then Gibraltar, built on the famous rock, is a must. Since you are entering English territory, all British border rules that will apply after Brexit will apply. The cable car takes you 500 m higher to the top of the rock. An attraction are the maggot, the last wild monkeys in Europe that were brought as pets by British soldiers from Afika. Warnings against aggressive behaviour.

Granada Alhambra

The most beautiful city in Andalusia is undeniably Granada, at the foot of the Sierra Nevada, the highest mountain range in the Iberian Peninsula. The Alhambra with its ancient Christian and Moorish palaces and fragrant gardens, makes the city immortal and your visit unforgettable.

Seville (200 km) and Cordoba (185 km)

Two of the most beautiful cities in Spain, known for their history, and no less for their countless tappas bars and restaurants. Because the description is so extensive, we like to refer to all travel guides on the market
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