Montes de Malaga Natural Park

Montes de Malaga Natural Park

Montes de Malaga Natural Park
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whatdidicomefor
Lancaster, UK552 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2017 • Couples
This park is very easy to reach. Take the No. 2 bus to the end of the line. Turn left, following the sign for the Jardin Botanico. Walk up the road but do not go under the motorway. Instead, turn right up the marked 'Sendera'. Walk through the houses until you reach the park entrance. Then walk through the trees as far as you like. The path is good. It is an uphill gradient but not steep. A real oasis not far from Malaga centre.
Written January 2, 2017
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Hauk Are F
Tjome, Norway9 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2017 • Solo
If you are tired of all the noisy tourist-places along the coast, then I would highly, highly recommend going here. A huge, massive area of beautiful mountains. I literally spotted ten eagles along my way to the middle of the natural park with my bike. Go on google and search for the prettiest places to visit in the park. There are dozens of viewpoints everywhere, and it won't take long to go there by renting a car or hiring a taxi (if you can afford the last one). In my opinion, it's really weird that not more tourists go to this area. It's really a beautiful place compared to the noisy streets in Málaga. I were all alone on this beautiful viewpoint in the middle of a field of flowers in the middle of the park.
I could imagine renting a car with some friends and go for a picnic in the mountains here on a sunny day. That would be beautiful.
Written April 17, 2017
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Mar186525
Edinburgh, UK147 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2019 • Couples
Thank you to the reviewer below for the directions via public transport. The tourist information centre told us there was no access from the southern end of the park and that we would have to stay in one of the villages towards the north or hire a car. We thought we would look for an access anyway while at the botanical gardens and there is a signpost where you would otherwise turn left to go under the motorway towards the botanics. 650m futher on is the entrance. An easy 7km steady climb to the end of the trail which does appear then to link to other routes. There are steep drops into the gorges but the path is wide. Great views and wonderfully peaceful. This route does not have the refreshment facilities of some of the others so take water.
Written January 10, 2019
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Neil K
Liverpool, UK830,368 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Friends
Overlooking the sun drenched resorts of the Costa Del Sol are the very impressive Montes De Malaga ,a mountain range that is part of the Penibaetic System.
With the Cresta De La Reina being the highest mountain ,Monte San Anton,Monte Coronado and Monte Gibralfaro add to the beauty of viewing this very impressive set of peaks ,the mountains are popular hiking and biking routes and are most definitely well worth checking out if you're planning a holiday to Fuengirola or any of the other resorts that make up the Costa Del Sol.
Written July 22, 2023
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Neil K
Liverpool, UK830,368 contributions
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Sep 2022 • Friends
Named after Malaga City ,Montes De Malaga is a mountain range of the Penibaetic System in and overlooking Malaga Province ,the Cresta De La Reina is the highest peak with other notable peaks being Monte San Anton,Monte Coronado ,Monte Victoria and Monte Gibralfaro ,we were in Fuengirola in September on a weeks holiday and the views afforded from this sun drenched resort of the mountain range are awesome ,I must check out this natural park and mountain range on my next holiday to Fuengirola or Malaga ,it looks cool and peaceful.
Written January 17, 2023
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