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Excursions privées et à la carte à Malaga. Excursions privées et à la carte à Malaga. Forum - Allocating time to Ronda & Malaga - Ronda Forum. 7.

Forum - Allocating time to Ronda & Malaga - Ronda Forum

Re: Allocating time to Ronda & Malaga Paule: There is really little to see in Grazalema. A few hours there is all you need to see everything. Spend some time in Malaga, because we have so many interesting places to visit. Forum - Evaluate our itinerary please! Madrid/Seville/Malaga/Cartagena/Barcelona. Hi Everyone, I have been reading over this forum and there seems to be some great feedback so I wanted to post our trip ideas and see what everyone thinks. 1.

Forum - Evaluate our itinerary please! Madrid/Seville/Malaga/Cartagena/Barcelona

Arrive in Madrid on 4/8 and stay there for 3 days. Leave on 4/10. 2. Travel by train to Seville (2.5 hours) and stay there for 2 days. Forum - New Train Service Malaga to Ronda - Ronda Forum. Forum - Ronda to Mijas - Ronda. Forum - Should I chose Barcelona or Malaga?? Granada travel guide. Granada from the Alcazaba, in the Alhambra Rich in history and culture, Granada is arguably the single most worthwhile city in Spain for visitors.

Granada travel guide

Spring and autumn are also both excellent times to visit. With much more cultural interest than other cities like Malaga, Granada is never overcrowded (although you should still book tickets to the Alhambra at least one day in advance). Granada has been continuously inhabited by humans for at least 2500 years, originating as an Ibero-Celtic settlement prior to the establishment of a Greek colony in the area. Under Ancient Roman rule Granada developed as an economic centre of Roman Hispania, with the construction of aqueducts, roads, and other infrastructure. Malaga travel guide. Looking south out over Malaga Understand[edit] Climate[edit] Get in[edit] Map of Central Malaga By bus[edit]

Malaga travel guide

Montes de Malaga Natural Park, Flora and Fauna of Andalucía, Southern Spain. Montes de Malaga Natural Park By Jo Williams Barely a few kilometres north of Malaga city, the Montes de Malaga Natural Park is a region of dense pine forest.

Montes de Malaga Natural Park, Flora and Fauna of Andalucía, Southern Spain

It covers a gently rolling area of 4,996ha crossed by small valleys and water courses, fast flowing in winter, and waterfalls. Montes de Málaga - Official tourism website of Andalucía. Costa del Sol et arrière-pays : Andalousie - Routard.com. Plages calmes sur la Costa del sol : Forum Andalousie - Routard.com. Screw Torcal Natural Monument - Natural spaces, Antequera - Provincia de Málaga y su Costa del Sol. Click to enlarge images below: El Tornillo del Torcal, with a surface of 1,953 meters, was declared a Natural Monument in 2001.

Screw Torcal Natural Monument - Natural spaces, Antequera - Provincia de Málaga y su Costa del Sol

For its original look something like a screw, it is used as a symbol of Paraje Natural Torcal de Antequera to which it belongs. Screw the Torcal Natural Monument is an example of one of the characteristics of karst landscape formations, caused by differential dissolution and breakdown of limestone strata combined with erosion. It is a very typical in a place that is considered the best example in Europe for the study of processes andkarst forms. Take the road N-331 (A-45) to Antequera. The Ronda village, Malaga province, Andalucia, Spain.

Despite being Andalucía's fastest-growing town - it overtook Córdoba in the big three Andaluz tourist attractions, behind Sevilla and Granada, in the early 21st century - Ronda retains much of its historic charm, particularly its old town.

The Ronda village, Malaga province, Andalucia, Spain

It is famous worldwide for its dramatic escarpments and views, and for the deep El Tajo gorge that carries the rio Guadalevín through its centre. Visitors make a beeline for the 18th century Puente Nuevo 'new' bridge, which straddles the 100m chasm below, for its unparalleled views out over the Serranía de Ronda mountains. Torcal de Antequera Natural Area - Natural spaces, Antequera - Provincia de Málaga y su Costa del Sol. Click to enlarge images below: The El Torcal Natural Area, the most impressive karstic landscape in Europe, is located in the centre of the province just 12 kilometres from Antequera.

Torcal de Antequera Natural Area - Natural spaces, Antequera - Provincia de Málaga y su Costa del Sol

Its fantasy-like rock formations cover an area of 12 square kilometres.This impressive limestone complex was thrust upward from the bed of the sea about 150 million years ago as the result of a geological folding. The softness of the exposed rocks and the horizontal lay of some of the formations—especially in Cuaternario, according to scientists—assisted the actions of the wind and rain in sculpting in these rocks a sort of “natural museum” that the popular imagination has baptised with suggestive names relating to the shapes that the whim of nature gave to the stone. The territory comprises four distinct zones: Sierra Pelada, Torcal Alto, Torcal Bajo, Tajos and Laderas. This unusual geological mass contains a rich and varied flora. Full graphical path: Torre del Mar Beach - Beaches, Torre del Mar (Vélez-Málaga) - Provincia de Málaga y su Costa del Sol. Tourisme en Mijas en Malaga, Espagna. Mijas, au pied de la sierra du même nom, est un village typiquement andalou.

Tourisme en Mijas en Malaga, Espagna

Il s'agit d'un village traditionnel de la sierra auquel se mêle harmonieusement l'important complexe touristique de La Cala, le long de douze kilomètres de plage. La vieille ville, entourée d'un paysage typique de montagne, présente un tracé arabe. Ses rues blanchies à la chaux sont bordées d'édifices intéressants, comme des églises et des ermitages. Aux alentours de Mijas, quelques sites archéologiques témoignent du riche passé préhistorique de la ville.

Visit Gibraltar - See - Cable car. Car Car to The Top of the Rock TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: Based on 135 traveler reviews Most Recent Traveler Reviews: Jul 30, 2014: “Gibraltar/Marbella 2014” Jul 25, 2014: “worth it” © 2014 TripAdvisor LLC If you think that Gibraltar is an impressive sight from the ground or even from the sea, wait until you see it from above!

The base station can be found alongside the Alameda Gardens at the southern end of Main Street. It is at the Top of the Rock where you begin to understand and appreciate Gibraltar’s strategic geographical location and the important role it has played throughout history. A visit to Gibraltar would not be complete without meeting our most famous of residents, the Barbary macaques. For the more energetic, a very pleasant walk from the Top Station will take you into the Nature Reserve. Also located at the Cable Car Top Station is the Top of the Rock Café where you can enjoy a bite to eat whilst enjoying the spectacular views. » L’arrière-pays de la Costa del Sol. Q : Nous séjournerons à Puerto Banus, sur la Costa del Sol, du 4 au 18 juillet.