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Malaga is more than just beaches: enjoy the best nature areas

Torcal de Antequera

The capital of the Costa del Sol is well known for its beaches. But if you travel inland, you'll find all the nature spots that it has to offer. Don't miss these places:

Torcal de Antequera.

It is a World Heritage Site and one of the most important karst formations in Europe. A series of fanciful shapes that date back to the Jurassic, when the sea covered the area. If you walk around, you'll see the incredible result of time and erosion on the limestone rock.

Fuente de Piedra Lake.

With a surface area of 1,400 hectares, it is the largest nature reserve in Andalusia. Just by walking around you can discover the beauty of this place, but flamingos are definitely its main feature. Here you will find the largest reserve of this species in Spain and the second in Europe, so you can't leave without enjoying the beauty and elegance of these birds.

Caminito del Rey.

This 8 km path crosses the Gaitanes gorge, and takes you along steep walls about 70 m above the river. But don't worry: the path has been completely restored to make it safe. All you have to worry about is enjoying the views.

Caminito del Rey

Tajo de Ronda.

This beautiful natural monument is the main attraction of the town ​​of Ronda. Many people stay on the bridge to enjoy the beautiful views, but we invite you to enter the gorge. Once inside the Tajo gorge, you can see birds such as griffon vultures and you can walk along the River Guadalevín.

As you can see, in Malaga there are many nature areas that are worth visiting. And these are just a few of them.


naturaleza torcal de antequera laguna de fuente de piedra el caminito del rey el tajo de ronda
Malaga is more than just beaches: enjoy the best nature areas
Antequera, Campillos, Fuente de Piedra, Málaga, Ronda (Málaga)