The Great Route of Málaga is a tour designed by the Diputación de Málaga with the purpose of touring the province of Málaga through a series of interconnected trails that run through the province, from north to south.
The idea is to walk the path between the towns of Competa and Alcaucín, touring several villages of the Axarquía in Málaga, on the edge of the Sierra de Alhama, Tejeda and Almijara Natural Park and touring the southern base of La Maroma mountain, the highest summit in the province of Seville.
The first day, Saturday the 3rd, we will start the tour at the village of Competa and from there, we will pass through the villages of Canillas de Albaida, Salares, passing through a bridge of Andalusian origin, and we will end up in the town of Sedella. If someone wants to shorten the route, you can start the tour in Canillas and/or end up in Salares.
The second day we will start the tour in Alcaucín and from there we will go to Canillas del Aceituno, passing by the Fájara cave, where we will follow the route to Las Banderas restaurant where we could end up enjoying lunch together. Also, in this case, it would be possible to shorten the route, ending the tour in the village of Canillas del Aceituno.
Saturday night will be spent in the town of Alcaucín staying at the Hotel Sierra de Tejada.