Sierra de las nieves is a very green and hilly part of Andalucia. It has good and marked hiking trails so it is easy to find an adequate hike to get into this beautiful nature reserve.
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10 of us on BMW's etc rode and rode all of this area. The Caratera de Montaña is really fabulous, sweeping bends and switchbacks that go on for ever. Any road out of El Burgo will delight, some will be bumpy and well nadgerie but...More
Took a route through this natural park on the way to Ronda. It's a great drive with stunning scenery, view points and wildlife. At one stop we had a vulture (I think) circling overhead. Would like to spend more time exploring on foot one day
We went to Ronda for one night and stayed three because we fell in love with the area. The mountains, the quaintness and hiking all around. We did two hikes - Puerta Suacillo and Le Torrecilla. The latter is 1,919 m high and the highest...More
Fantastic scenery, loads of walking trails, beautiful villages between Ronda and Malaga. Great places to eat. Well worth exploring.
Fantastic natural resource, offering something for everybody ( well maybe not the under 5's). Cycling, walking, driving, bird watching, photography and all underwritten by fabulous mountain scenery. Never seen a vulture, with a two meter wingspan? An ibex? Ever wanted to drive around more corners,...More
amazing drive into this parque, spotting all manner of wildlife while negotiating unmade roads with potholes and gullies in a small rental car! we saw - vultures, 20 in one thermal, wild pigs twice, mountain goats, kestrels, jays, hoopoo birds, and wild horses, never mind...More
Sierra de las Nieves offers a myriad of hiking trails and natural areas. We chose to go straight for its highest peak—"Torrecilla"—which also happens to be the second highest peak in the Malaga area, at 1,919 metres high. The beginning of this trail can be...More