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Walking holidays

The week offers 4 beautiful walks, selected to showcase the diverse beauty of the region. The participants enjoy breathtaking gorges, beautiful rivers, pretty white villages and panoramic views of the mountains and coast.

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All of our suites are perfect for honeymoons, however Maroma has that something extra special for a honeymoon to remember for the rest of your lives together. With its own completely private and large terrace (8 metres x 3 metres) and with almost 360 degree views from the mountains to the sea, Maroma, our honeymoon

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One day on the Caminito del Rey

Do you want to follow one of the most spectacular routes in the world? Come with us to the Caminito de Rey, in the province of Malaga. In the presence of the Guadalhorce River, leaving the village of Ardales with the town of El Chorro as the finish line, in the heart of Malaga province,

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Laguna de Fuente de Piedra

Fuente de Piedra Lagoon, the largest in Andalusia, with its 1,400 ha, is a unique location within the wet zones of the Western Mediterranean. It is home to the largest colony of flamingoes to be found anywhere in the Iberian Peninsula, second in importance in Europe after France Camargue. It is one of a group

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Caves of Andalusia

The caves were the first houses used by man, although they were used as a necessary refuge due to climate change. The caves were warm in winter and cool at the arrival of the summer’s heat.

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La gruta de las maravillas grotto, an underground treasure

One of the marvels of the Sierra de Aracena mountains, comprising 1200 metres of underground galleries divided into 3 superimposed levels of paths surrounded by stunning limestone which leaves all visitors stunned!

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Alhambra in Granada, a place built for the light

Immerse yourself in a journey of light and shade by the light of the sunset in one of the most beautiful monuments ever built by man: the Alhambra in Granada, an Andalusian gem.

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“Vías verdes” (green-ways)

Spain has more than 2.000 kilometres of disused rail infrastructures that have been converted into routes for cycle touring and hiking, as part of the Green Ways Programme, coordinated by the Spanish Railways Foundation.

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Serranía de Ronda/Valle del Genal

The Serranía de Ronda is much more than a range of mountains clothed with lush Mediterranean vegetation: deep peaceful valleys, narrow gorges and steep cliffs, ancient coves such as La Pileta and El Gato, where you can still find traces of the presence of prehistoric man.

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