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Hiking in Málaga
Find and book hiking, sustainable tourism and ecotourism activities in Málaga

Featured experiences
A few of our most amazing activities
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Ascent to the peak of Torrecilla (Sierra de las Nieves, Málaga)
Trekking | Hiking
Flora | Mycology
Tolox, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 9 hours approx.
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Visit to eco olive grove farm and harvesting olives workshop (Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Alozaina, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 8 hours approx.
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Route of the lime (Sierra de las Nieves, Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Alozaina, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 6 hours approx.
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Route through the white towns, Sierra de Grazalema and Ronda (Málaga)
Ethno-tourism
Interpretive Trails
Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain
Guided activity. 10 hours approx.
Medium lavanda
Collecting aromatic plants and aromatherapy workshop (Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Jorox, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 8 hours approx.
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4x4 route in PN de Tejeda, Almijara y Alhama (Málaga)
4x4
Viñuela, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 3 hours approx.
Medium olivo milenario
Route of the millenary olive trees (Málaga)
Ethno-tourism
Interpretive Trails
Málaga, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 5 hours approx.
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Route through Río Las Millanas (Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park, Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Tolox, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
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Ascent to the peak of Torrecilla (Sierra de las Nieves, Málaga)
Trekking | Hiking
Flora | Mycology
Tolox, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 9 hours approx.
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Visit to eco olive grove farm and harvesting olives workshop (Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Alozaina, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 8 hours approx.
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Route of the lime (Sierra de las Nieves, Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Alozaina, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 6 hours approx.
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Route through the white towns, Sierra de Grazalema and Ronda (Málaga)
Ethno-tourism
Interpretive Trails
Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain
Guided activity. 10 hours approx.
Medium lavanda
Collecting aromatic plants and aromatherapy workshop (Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Jorox, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 8 hours approx.
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4x4 route in PN de Tejeda, Almijara y Alhama (Málaga)
4x4
Viñuela, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 3 hours approx.
Medium olivo milenario
Route of the millenary olive trees (Málaga)
Ethno-tourism
Interpretive Trails
Málaga, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 5 hours approx.
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Route through Río Las Millanas (Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park, Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Tolox, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.

More ecotourism and adventure activities in Málaga
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A fascinating hiking route: El Caminito del Rey from Seville
Mountaineering
Trekking | Hiking
Ardales, Andalucía, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
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Guided route to the eco garden of valle de Jorox (Jorox, Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Jorox, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
Medium pue4
Discover Pueblos Blancos and Ronda: an incomparable route
Interpretive Trails
Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain
Guided activity. 10 hours approx.
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Birdwatching and visit to Fuente Techá (Sierra de las Nieves, Málaga)
Interpretive Trails
Birdwatching
Alozaina, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
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Caminito del Rey: Hiking (Málaga)
Trekking | Hiking
Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain
Guided activity. 10 hours approx.
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Bike route through the mouth of Guadalhorce
Birdwatching
MTB | Bike
Málaga, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 3 hours approx.
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Interpretive hiking by Torcal and Dolmens of Antequera (Málaga)
Interpretive Trails
Antequera, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 12 hours approx.
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Pinsapo Candelabro route (Yunquera, Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Yunquera, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
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A fascinating hiking route: El Caminito del Rey from Seville
Mountaineering
Trekking | Hiking
Ardales, Andalucía, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
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Guided route to the eco garden of valle de Jorox (Jorox, Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Jorox, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
Medium pue4
Discover Pueblos Blancos and Ronda: an incomparable route
Interpretive Trails
Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain
Guided activity. 10 hours approx.
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Birdwatching and visit to Fuente Techá (Sierra de las Nieves, Málaga)
Interpretive Trails
Birdwatching
Alozaina, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
Medium caminito rey
Caminito del Rey: Hiking (Málaga)
Trekking | Hiking
Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain
Guided activity. 10 hours approx.
Medium desembocadura de guadalhorce tour   15
Bike route through the mouth of Guadalhorce
Birdwatching
MTB | Bike
Málaga, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 3 hours approx.
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Interpretive hiking by Torcal and Dolmens of Antequera (Málaga)
Interpretive Trails
Antequera, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 12 hours approx.
Medium pinsapos
Pinsapo Candelabro route (Yunquera, Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Yunquera, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.

Choose your activity in Nature

Hiking in Malaga, routes to fall in love with
Is the weekend coming and you do not know what to do? We propose an option to enjoy the good weather of Andalusia, visit the lands of Malaga, and what better way to get to know the province than with hiking.
 
Malaga, land of sea and mountain, with Phoenician, Roman and Arabic history that marks the art and architecture of the city and the towns, with more than 3000 years of history. Cradle of artists like Picasso, who has exhibitions in several museums in the province. Malaga stands out for its gastronomy that offers exquisite and delicious products of its land and its sea.
 
But beyond the typical places to visit in Malaga such as the cathedral, the Picasso museum or the citadel, we invite you to enter a more natural and adventurous Málaga.
 
The Andalusian province offers a huge variety of trails, for its extensive and lush nature.
 
Here we will highlight the best hiking routes in Malaga.
 
We started with the star among the hiking trails of the Andalusian province, El Caminito del Rey, located in the charming town of El Chorro.
 
Recently restored, the Caminito del Rey is located in the Natural Park Desfiladero de los Gaitanos, formed by the erosion of the Guadalhorce River. The origin of this curious route? It was created to facilitate access to workers of the hydroelectric company to the falls of El Chorro and Gaitanejo. Its name comes from the fact that King Alfonso XII inaugurated the Guadalhorce reservoir in 1921, captivated by the beauty of the views offered by the route. It is an easy route to perform, the only requirement that you must meet is not to have vertigo.
 
The road starts in the parking lot, where you have to cross through a cave to the entrance of Ardales, there they give you a helmet, some brief instructions and start walking!
 
The first part crosses the gorge of about 300 meters high, full of beautiful views that are accompanied by streams and waterfalls that overlook from above. The trail descends as the canyon widens, something really amazing. To all this add that where the route runs is a wooden footbridge.
 
Next, the Gaitanejo reservoir is bordered, where you can see the Puente del Rey in the distance, all with beautiful views that will leave you with your mouth open.
 
After crossing the entire wooden walkway, you touch firm ground and go through the Hoyo Valley, a leafy forest surrounded by trees and mountains, and without realizing it, you end up in front of the Gaitanes Gorge, majestic, with its rough earth-colored walls , the sky blue, bright river, next to the train tracks that appear from the rock. Another snapshot that will remain engraved on your retina is the incredible suspension bridge over 105 meters high, which you will also have to cross.
 
And if with all this you have not yet fallen in love with this wonderful route offered by Malaga, the last section is the most spectacular, since the walkway is attached to the fronts of the gorge and the Tajo de la Encantada reservoir.
 
Once finished the Caminito you can return by bus or walk about 7 km. It is a path that we recommend, for the beauty of the place and the rarity of the route. It is a great plan to do as a family, with children or with friends.
The perfect plan for a family getaway
We travel to the municipality of Vélez-Málaga to make a route to the Bentomiz Castle, an easy and perfect route to do with children.
 
This begins in the town of Algarrobo, by the so-called Camino de Algarrobo, is followed by the rise of a hill, long but easy, with beautiful views of small mountains and dry vegetation. Upon reaching the top you can see the remains of the walls of the Arab castle Bentomiz, this name means something like "mountain from which you can see the sea", which was an important defensive bastion. At the moment they remain remains of turrets and some subterranean cisterns. From the top you can see the mountains of La Maroma, Lucero, Cisne ... A destination that can not miss on your map.
 
One of the most beautiful walks through Malaga is the route along the Guadaiza River. This route runs through the river Guadaiza, a river that rises on the southern slope of the Sierra Bermeja and crosses part of the territories of Marbella, leading to the urban core of San Pedro de Alcántara.
 
The route starts from the dam, the first thing is to cross it and go to the other side of the river, once you turn right and you are on the Guadaiza river route. This trail is very beautiful visually and easy to walk, along the way you will appreciate the beauty of nature, always accompanied by the river. Once finished there are spaces with picnic areas to rest and enjoy the views.
 
We hope that you are encouraged to do some of these Malaga routes, because each and every one of them are worth it, they are perfect plans to do as a family, in the open air, a different way of doing sports and having fun.

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