Tours in Southern Spain: Charming towns in Malaga
7 charming tours in Southern Spain: Malaga
It is known worldwide for its famous “Tajo”, a majestic gorge with more than 150 meters high that divides the city in two: “the old Ronda” and “the new Ronda”. This charming city inspired writers such as Ernest Hemingway and filmmakers like Orson Welles.
- Mijas Pueblo
Mijas Pueblo is a typical Andalusian village of white houses and narrow streets, decorated with colorful pots. Magnificent are its churches of the XVI. and XVII. century. Mijas Pueblo offers incredible views of the Mediterranean Sea and is known worldwide for its “Donkey Taxi”.
The “jewel in the crown” of the Costa del Sol is one of the most exclusive destinations in the world. Be captivated by its rich old town with remains of the arab walls and typical castilian houses of the XVI. And XVII century or live the glamor in Puerto Banus enjoying the views of the yachts and visiting the exclusive boutiques.
It is the Andalusian city with a lot of churches due to the large number of religious orders settled in the sixteenth century. Visit its collegiate church, the fortress, convents, etc … Walking around Antequera is walking through the history.
Located in the Axarquía is a town of white houses that still retains its Muslim roots. Its historic center is a net of small houses that clamber over each other. Walking through its streets is like walking back to Al-Andalus period.
Typical Andalusian town of white houses and steep slopes. Casares is known for its castle that offers a privileged view of all the surrounding villages and also por its Hedionda baths. It’s said that Julio César ordered to build them after having healed his serious infection (scabies) by its waters.
Located in one of the most stunning landscapes of the province of Málaga: “the king’s pathway“. You will be impressed by the hanging bridge, the Rivera bridge, the “Gaitanes” gorge, etc.