3 nights / 4 days
After our meeting in Málaga we will begin our tour with a visit of the city and its most important sites. We will walk along the world-famous Calle Larios and the seaside promenade, which runs along the beach for more than 2.5 kilometers. We will also visit the Picasso Museum, the Pompidou Center, and the Atarazanas market to enjoy its wide range of culinary and wine offerings. In the evening, we will enjoy a very special dinner in a lovely terrace with the best views of the city.
Today we discover Málaga’s wild side with a visit to The King’s Road or Caminito del Rey. Located 330 feet above the Guadalhorce River in the Gorge of the Gaitanes, this narrow path leading to a hydroelectric power station inaugurated by King Alfonso XIII in 1905, is one of the top trekking destinations in the area. During this spectacular experience you will not only enjoy the stunning landscapes but also the local flora and fauna, including griffon vultures, eagles and honey-buzzards. Back in Málaga for the evening, we will take a lovely stroll along Malagueta beach to enjoy a seaside dinner of delicious fish skewers.
Today we will visit one of the most historic towns in the region: the beautiful Ronda. We will enter the town by crossing the breathtaking bridge over the Guadalevín river to begin our visit of the town in Spain’s oldest bullring, which dates back to the 18th century. Ronda is considered to be the birthplace of modern bullfighting and the bullring is central to the town’s life. The Natural Park of Sierra de Grazalema, declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, surrounds the town, so as we walk around we will be rewarded with stunning views wherever we look.
After our visit in Ronda, we will visit the most important architectural site of the prehistoric era in Europe: The Site of the Dolmens, in Antequera. This complex, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has three stunning megalithic monuments: the ͟Tholos͟ of the Romeral and the dolmens of Menga and Viera.
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