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THINGS TO DO
BEACHES & GOLF CLUBS
Explore the beaches of the Costa del Sol from West to East.
Costa del Sol is the most developed part of the Coast. The Mediterranean water is warm and safe. Many towns have recently modernised "paseo maritimos" (promenades). No shortage of bars, restaurants and nightlife. Sand tends to be grey and coarse-grained.
Andalucia offers some of the most prestigious golf clubs in Europe along the Costa Del Sol, Campo de Golf in Malaga 30 minutes thereafter spreading all along the coast to Marbella 80 minutes.
CAMINITO DEL REY
The Caminito del Rey is a cliff-side path hanging 100m above the waters of the river Guadalhorce reservoir, as it runs through the famous beauty spot; El Chorro Gorge, near the villages of El Chorro in Alora and, Ardales, about 39 km from Almogia. The 'new' Caminito del Rey was re-constructed and reopened to the public in 2015.
El Torcal de Antequera is a natural area of 1,171 ha (11.7 km²) located in the municipalities of Antequera and Villanueva de la Concepción in the province of Málaga ( Andalusia , Spain ). It is known for the capricious shapes that the various erosive agents have been modeling on its limestone rocks, constituting an outstanding example of a karstic landscape . 12km from Almogia
The villa has its own private walking path down to the valley floor and many others walks from the villa are possible. There is also a cross country walk to the nearby town of Almogia.
But don’t forget El Torcal & Caminito del Rey!
A port city that epitomises the Andalusian lifestyle, Malaga is best known for its most famous son – artist and sculpture Pablo Picasso. Dressed in golden beaches and an inviting Old Town, Malaga is loaded with history.
As well as lovely beaches, world-class art museums and great food, Malaga is a destination where you can shop till you drop. Whether you're looking for Spanish chain stores, quirky boutiques or shops selling typical produce, there's plenty to choose from.
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