Discover the Costa del Sol's natural beauty via its footpaths. There are walking routes for all abilities available in the province's many natural areas, a perfect way to travel around and explore the area's biodiversity.
The Great Málaga Path runs the length and breadth of the province, crossing nature reserves, areas of natural beauty and natural parks. You can experience this interconnected network of footpaths whatever your physical capabilities, as it includes many different stages with a wide range of distances and levels of difficulty. There are also long-distance trails suitable for more experienced walkers, and other paths to enjoy with children, by bike or on horseback.
One simply unmissable route, owing to its history and spectacular setting, is the Caminito del Rey, a high walkway clinging to the sheer rock walls of the Los Gaitanes Gorge. The 7.7 kilometre path runs the length of the gorge and takes about to two hours to complete. We can promise you won't be disappointed.
Spend time in harmony with nature and find perfect peace enjoying the footpaths and mountaineering routes waiting for you in the Costa del Sol's areas of natural beauty and natural parks. What better way to discover Málaga's incredibly diverse landscapes? The picturesque karst landscape of the Torcal de Antequera Area of Natural Beauty, the pine forests of the Montes de Málaga Natural Park, the Spanish fir trees of the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park… Which path will you take?