Leave your car at home and enjoy Mother Nature! Now we’ve made it easier than ever – the Malaga Area Metropolitan Transport Consortium is promoting a series of hiking routes that are just a short bus ride away.
To help you make the most of them, we have put together a detailed map of routes that we ourselves have explored at first hand, accompanied by photos and official information to ensure you enjoy them to the full, all of which can be downloaded onto your computer or mobile device.
Certain sections of this circular path around the valley formed by the Sierras de Los Espartales and Sierra Llana mountains afford spectacular views of the Guadalhorce Valley. Classified “PR” (short route), it is clearly marked out and signposted.
Mouth of the Guadalhorce
Near the mouth of the River Guadalhorce, between the city of Malaga and the sea, lie a series of lagoons, mostly former gravel pits that have now been restored. The area is also home to the longest stretch of unspoilt beach on the whole of the Malaga coastline.