Do not forget to do trekking in Marbella!! Nature-lovers have the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the Sierra Blanca mountain range, refuge and reserve of the agile “Spanish Ibex” and plant paradise, where amongst its forestation one may admire magnificent specimens of archaic Spanish fir. This mountain range, as well as favouring the climactic conditions of the town, is undoubtedly the most outstanding element of the Marbella landscape, with the towering peaks of La Concha (1.215 m.) and Juanar (1.160 m.), the latter in the land of the neighbouring town of Ojén. The routes from Marbella to Juanar, or from Marbella to La Concha (for the more expert hikers), passing through Puerto Rico, or simply an excursion to the area known as Los Monjes, are an inviting suggestion.
The dominant north-easterly winds and the coastal currents incessantly brought sandy materials until they formed a line of dunes which in its day occupied some twenty kilometres in length. Currently, the Natural Monument of the Artola Dunes is testament to what this area of the Malaga coast used to be like.
Running at the Promenade or the Sea Front with 7 kms. (4mi) per way .
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