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OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES IN MÁLAGA
Find and book ecotourism, adventure and outdoor sustainable tourism activities in Málaga

Featured experiences
A few of our most amazing activities
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Guided paddle surf route or Kayak ride through La Herradura and Maro (Málaga)
Paddle surf
Kayak
Almuñécar, Granada, Spain
Guided activity. 2 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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Kayak route in the reservoir of Viñuela (Málaga)
Kayak
Viñuela, Málaga, Spain
Rental activity.
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Route to the source of río Grande (Yunquera, Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Alozaina, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
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Route of the millenary olive trees (Málaga)
Ethno-tourism
Interpretive Trails
Málaga, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 5 hours approx.
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Kayak rent in Benalmádena (Málaga)
Kayak
Benalmádena, Málaga, Spain
Rental activity.
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Interpretive hiking by Torcal and Dolmens of Antequera (Málaga)
Interpretive Trails
Antequera, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 12 hours approx.
Medium circuitoarboreo2
Multi-adventure in el Molino de Madaura (Málaga)
Zip-line | Canopy
Climb | Rappel | Via Ferrata
Archidona, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 3 hours approx.
Medium nerja 14
Guided paddle surf route or Kayak ride through La Herradura and Maro (Málaga)
Paddle surf
Kayak
Almuñécar, Granada, Spain
Guided activity. 2 hours approx.
Medium lavanda
Collecting aromatic plants and aromatherapy workshop (Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Jorox, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 8 hours approx.
Medium 2016 11 23 22.10.45
Kayak route in the reservoir of Viñuela (Málaga)
Kayak
Viñuela, Málaga, Spain
Rental activity.
Medium foto 9
Route to the source of río Grande (Yunquera, Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Alozaina, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 4 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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Kayak rent in Benalmádena (Málaga)
Kayak
Benalmádena, Málaga, Spain
Rental activity.
Medium antequera torcal y d%c3%b3lmenes
Interpretive hiking by Torcal and Dolmens of Antequera (Málaga)
Interpretive Trails
Antequera, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 12 hours approx.
Medium circuitoarboreo2
Multi-adventure in el Molino de Madaura (Málaga)
Zip-line | Canopy
Climb | Rappel | Via Ferrata
Archidona, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 3 hours approx.

More outdoor activities in Málaga
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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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Guided route to the eco garden of valle de Jorox (Jorox, Málaga)
Interpretive Trails
Nature photography
Jorox, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
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Electric bike rentals in Málaga
MTB | Bike
Málaga, Málaga, Spain
Rental activity.
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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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Observation and Photography of birds from a hide (Alozaina, Málaga)
Birdwatching
Alozaina, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 8 hours approx.
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Double-seater kayak route in the reservoir of Viñuela (Málaga)
Kayak
Viñuela, Málaga, Spain
Rental activity.
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Via ferratas of Tajo de Ronda (Málaga)
Climb | Rappel | Via Ferrata
Ronda, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 3 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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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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Guided route to the eco garden of valle de Jorox (Jorox, Málaga)
Interpretive Trails
Nature photography
Jorox, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.
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Electric bike rentals in Málaga
MTB | Bike
Málaga, Málaga, Spain
Rental activity.
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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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Observation and Photography of birds from a hide (Alozaina, Málaga)
Birdwatching
Alozaina, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 8 hours approx.
Medium 2016 11 23 22.07.38
Double-seater kayak route in the reservoir of Viñuela (Málaga)
Kayak
Viñuela, Málaga, Spain
Rental activity.
Medium ferrata escalerrila de la muerte
Via ferratas of Tajo de Ronda (Málaga)
Climb | Rappel | Via Ferrata
Ronda, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 3 hours approx.
Medium pinsapos
Pinsapo Candelabro route (Yunquera, Málaga)
Flora | Mycology
Ethno-tourism
Yunquera, Málaga, Spain
Guided activity. 4 hours approx.

Ecotourism and sustainable tourism in Málaga: What to expect from it
Malaga is one of the eight Andalusian provinces with the largest influx of travelers. Many of them do it for that piece of coast that looks towards the Mediterranean, but many others prefer their mountainous areas, in whose mountains it is almost a pleasure to get lost.
 
When talking about a big city, it is almost inevitable to think about pollution, noise or hustle and bustle. And on many occasions, this is usually a reason to refuse to visit a place. However, even though this is true and sometimes inevitable, large cities are evolving towards more sustainable models of coexistence.
 
So, if you are an urbanite from head to toe and would not reject the visit to the city of Malaga for anything in the world, here is a totally recommendable option and, of course, ecofriendly: rent electric bicycles. Exactly, for you, it is difficult to imagine a visit to Malaga and not enjoy its streets or its promenade, there is already a solution. Let it not be said that ecotourism is only possible on the mountain.
 
However, if you are an adventurer of pure strain, you have already asked yourself: where is the adrenaline? Where are the trekking routes? Quiet, here are other options, both at sea and in the mountains.
 
As for adventure sports on the coast (and not only in Malaga, but in the whole country), we find one of the star options: kayak or paddle surfing . Although there are also indoor, of course.
 
These routes, in addition to the fun that accompanies them, are also a learning tool, since the local guide who accompanies you on the journey tells you, with that passion and love that they put, what happened between those coves and corners to which, in other times, only fishermen, and occasional hustlers, arrived.
 
On the other hand, adventure in the mountains is no less exciting than in the water; in part, because the options, in many cases, multiply. In Malaga, which can boast several Natural Parks, you can take advantage of the opportunity to descend rivers or to cross paths through the different mountain ranges. Do not be overwhelmed, we give you some ideas.
 
Do you feel like feeling a bit dizzy? Dare with the Caminito del Rey. Visiting Malaga in search of hiking with an adventurous touch and not doing so is, at best, a mistake.
 
Are you a true explorer? Well then, explore, explore! In Malaga, the Sierra de las Nieves, the Sierra de Grazalema and the Serranía de Ronda are the bedrock of the few pinsapares, and better preserved, that there is in the peninsula.
 
Oh, what is yours to climb? The via ferratas are not scarce in Malaga either, and in Ronda, without going any further, you have some of them. Ascend through the rugged landscape of this beautiful mountain range and you will see that Malaga is worth it for much more than for its espetos.
 
Do you need a little push more?
6 Reasons to visit Málaga
1. Málaga, province of the sun par excellence
 
To get into the mountain the heat is not a very good ally. However, if your visit to the province of Malaga is in the middle of winter, and your goal is to embark on an experience through its mountains, you will be very grateful to have a shining sun on your shoulders. It is one of the many advantages of practicing ecotourism in the heart of the Costa del Sol.


2. Enjoy different adventure activities in their parks and protected areas
 
Each of them has its particularities and, as a consequence, a different way of enjoying it. Take note: in the Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama Natural Park you will find the La Maroma Peak, the highest point of the province, and to reach it, most impressive routes.


3. Contributes to sustainable development, always relying on local guides
 
Many of the activities that you can enjoy in Malaga are carried out by local companies. Their activities are directed by qualified guides who love their land, and they struggle every day to make tourism a tool that benefits them, and not that it harms them. Therefore, take advantage of their services and then the benefit will be mutual, because nobody better than them will discover you Malaga.


4. Undertake a unique path: the Caminito del Rey
 
Recently restored, the Caminito del Rey has become one of the biggest attractions of the province of Malaga. A road that is now safer, and that also has landscapes of different morphologies, most of them of the most vertiginous. In addition, it is a plan that you can do with your family, as long as your children have already completed their 8 years.


5. In addition to capital of the sun, Malaga also gives shelter to one of the rainiest areas of Spain
 
The Sierra de Grazalema, on horseback between Málaga and Cádiz, is one of the rainiest spots in Spain. This might not be of much interest, unless you were an unconditional lover of rain. But it can be interesting if you are one of those who, in your escapades, you get distracted by finding a rare species. And in Grazalema it is not that there is any rare species, but there is a real relic of the past: the pinsapo. A species that some call a living fossil.


6. Choose the activity that best suits your physical condition: there is for everyone
 
You are starting to go out to the mountain, and you do not want to take the step of hanging on a rope and descending a ravine; Malaga is abundantly dotted with hiking trails that cross its mountains. You can choose the one that best suits your level. Although, yes, the idea of ​​the ravine will continue waiting for you.

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