These are some unique natural places in Malaga to visit with friends or family

These are some unique natural places in Malaga to visit with friends or family
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Having a good time with friends or family, while you exercise, is always a good excuse for the nature that Málaga hides. And taking advantage of the fact that doing routes has become very fashionable lately, from EL ESPAÑOL de Málaga we have collected some unique natural places from the province.

Concha Peak

La Concha is a small mountain barrier shaped like a valve. It is located in the foothills of the Sierra de las Nieves, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and a few kilometers from Marbella. The Peak of La Concha It is a unique viewpoint, from which, as if they were binoculars, you can follow the life of Marbella from above and see the coast of Morocco. The other side shows a succession of valleys and mountains that extend inland.

Auta Farmhouse

The Fuente del Borbollón, which can no longer be visited because it has been closed, was so called because water gushed out of it in gushes, with which it drains the Sierra de los Tajos and supplies Riogordo. From the Phoenician era There are some tombs at the foot of the Sierra del Reynear the Auta farmhouse, built on the grounds of a Roman villa.

Mollina Tower

It is in the Sierra de la Camorra, in Mollina. It’s a magnificent enclave of soft and rounded relief, covered with thick vegetation that hides many cavities. One of its most representative elements is a sinking tork, or circular depression, with steep edges. This torca creates its own microclimate.


Germans Bridge

The Buitreras Canyon, a natural monument, is the cathedral of ravines. It is at the eastern end of the Alcornocales Natural Park, between the municipalities of Cortes de la Frontera and Benalauría. The walls in the Garganta de las Buitreras They reach two hundred meters deep, and the Guadiaro has been carving the rock, as if it were the chisel of an aggressive sculptor. It is of great interest because of the Puente de los Alemanes, built sixty meters above the ravine.

oak forest and snowfield

The ecological municipality of Parauta, in the heart of the Serranía de Ronda, has its heart divided between the copper Genal Valley and the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park. A species typical of the Mediterranean forest, the gall oak, has become strong in the places into which this municipality enters, with centenary specimens.

Crag Eagle

Cartajima and Júzcar share Los Riscos, a large young torcal that develops evocative and stimulating shapes for the imagination of visitors. It is divided into three main alleys, with numerous small gorges, chasms, cracks and curious shapes that could almost be called sculptures. The most significant is El Águila, a rock shaped like a bird of prey scanning the horizon.

Mill Pit

The Tajo del Molino is known, in Teba, as Tajo de Torró. It is a slightly curved gorge that It seems like a work of an engineer and not of nature. In the canyon there are many caves and cavities, as a result of the karstification of the waters of the Venta River. Among the caves, the Palomas cave stands out, which contains archaeological remains inside and, at the end of the path, are the ruins of what was a flour mill.

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