Landscapes &
Experiences

Riogordo

This pretty whitewashed village in the Axarquia region is situated 39 kilometres from Malaga, Velez Malaga and Antequera and is four hundred metres above sea level.


The town is divided into three different areas, the northern most rugged part with the Tajo de Gomer and the Sierra del Rey mountains. Between these flows the river La Cueva. To the south the landscape is gentle with rolling hills covered with seemingly endless rows of olive trees.

Comares

Comares is a very special village located in the foothills of the Montes de Málaga at 700 meters above sea level. It is one of the 31 towns that make up the Axarquía region and it´s known as the “Balcony of the Costa del Sol”.

Visit this unique town and discover why it´s one of the most singular places in the region.

Colmenar

Colmenar is a typical Andalucian village almost untouched by commercial tourism. In Colmenar life goes on at a relaxing, rural pace and mules are still a common form of transport.
The village hugs the hillside amongst majestic mountain scenery. The main harvests of grapes and almonds are a particularly important time of year for the village.


If you are looking to experience the real taste of true Andalucian lifestyle then Colmenar is the place for you. Set in sumptuous surroundings it is the perfect place to unwind.

Benamargosa

This small village stands at the heart of the Velez-Malaga region and is a veritable paradise of orchards and sub-tropical crops, surrounded by the dry hills and peaks typical of the Axarquia region. Benamargosa dates back to the 15th century, to the time of the moriscos (Moorish converts to Christianity).

La Viñuela

The charming village of La Viñuela (Little Vineyard) is on the famous Route of Olive Oil and Mountains, which takes you through the villages and countryside of the Axarquia olive groves and scenic mountain ranges.

The landscape consists of low lying hills, covered in olive and cereal plantations, which are served by the local reservoir, when it has enough water. From here you can see right across to the Sierra Tejeda and the Boquete de Zafarraya Mountains, and flowing beneath is the River Guaro.

Cútar

Cútar is a gorgeous little village, located in a remarkable landscape in the foothills of the Sierra Tejeda of the Axarquia region.

The scenery is majestic and mountainous, contrasting with a fertile land filled with olive groves and vineyards winding down to the rivers.
The North of the village is the dominating peak of Peña de Hierro, 585 metres above sea level, where Neolithic and Iron Age archaeological discoveries have been made.

Vélez Málaga

Velez Malaga is the capital of the Axarquia region in Malaga, situated 1 kilometre inland from the coast of Torre del Mar and 26 kilometres from the city of Malaga.
It sits on the scenic Route of Sun and Avocado, which follows the sunny, white washed villages, whose agricultural lands produce succulent avocados.


It is the largest town in the Axarquia and yet despite its close proximity to the coast, it hasn’t yet developed into a major tourist resort.

Canillas del aceituno

This stunning town nestles at 645 metres altitude on the highest mountain in the Axarquia, La Maroma. There is a local natural spring, whose waters it is said have healing benefits. Canillas de Aceituno overlooks the beautiful Lake of Viñuela and out to the Mediterranean Sea.


The town sits on the Mudejar Route; its Moorish origin is evident in the local architecture.

Torre del Mar

The town of Torre del Mar is one of the most popular seaside resorts on the Costa del Sol, located in eastern part of the coast, in the region of the Axarquia.
The town is situated just 28 kilometres from Malaga and forms a part of the scenic Route of Sun and Avocado, which follows the route of villages and towns in the Axarquia region.


The town is a magnet for tourists who come to enjoy the perfect all-year-round warm climate, kilometers of clean sandy beaches and upbeat atmosphere.
There is a wonderful promenade that extends all the way to the marina at Caleta de Velez.
The town has a great atmosphere and is equipped with good amenities for holidaymakers, including supermarkets, restaurants, bars, discos, and much more.

Cómpeta

Competa is situated in the Axarquia region on the majestic mountainscape of the Sierra Almijara.
The village has Moorish roots, evident in the style of the village, with its winding, narrow streets and peaceful squares.
The village is surrounded by olive groves and almond trees, which blossom in the spring. Competa is situated beside a 4,000 hectare wildlife reserve, which incorporates the Sierra Almijara, rising majestically to 2,000 metres above sea level.
The landscape leading down to the coast is filled with vineyards, olive and lemon groves, tropical fruits such as kiwi and mango, and views so sublime you will never want to leave. The area is particularly popular with wildlife enthusiasts and bird watchers, who come to marvel at the eagles that roam the skies.

Nerja

Nerja is situated at the eastern tip of the Costa del Sol, 50 kilometres from the city of Malaga and within an hour and a half’s drive from Granada and the ski resort of the Sierra Nevada.
Sheltered by the impressive Sierra Almijara mountain range, Sierra Almijara, this once sleepy fishing village is now one of the most popular tourist resorts along the coast. The town has resisted too much re-development and high rise apartment blocks, preferring to stay a charming seaside town, attracting the more discerning holidaymaker; the town is often referred to as the ‘’Jewel of the Costa del Sol’.
One of the town’s most impressive attractions is the Balcón de Europa (the Balcony of Europe), a wonderful promenade, stretching along the edge of a soaring cliff top, which was once the location of a Moorish castle. The platform has spectacular panoramic views of the Mediterranean coastline, with its backdrop of mountains.


The deep Andalusian culture that the town exudes, perfect climate and cosmopolitan atmosphere, has made Nerja one of the most attractive holiday hotspots on the Costa del Sol.

Málaga

City, seaport and holiday resort on the Mediterranean in the South of Spain. Málaga is the heart of the Costa del Sol and a major tourist region.Birthplace of Picasso, the vibrant cosmopolitan city of Málaga is situated on the beautiful Andalucía coastline. Blessed with sunshine and fantastic quality of life, Málaga provides lively nightlife, museums and exceptional restaurants alongside wide boulevards, swaying palm trees and beautiful beaches.

Enjoying a privileged geographical position, the coastal area is protected from the North winds by the mountains ensuring the highest average temperatures in Spain and over 300 days of sunshine per year. While along its rugged eastern part rocky projections of land penetrate the sea, the western area is milder and sandier with large beaches making it one of the most developed areas of Andalusia due to its demographic and tourist appeal.

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