On the trot with your personal guide
At the El Chorro riding club, horse enthusiasts can enjoy the natural forest and mountain landscape around the El Chorro climbing area with their own personal guide. Ride off-road routes through pine forests, olive groves, and open countryside; with incredible views of Álora, Málaga and the coast, the nearby lakes and steep cliffs. Horses have a long tradition in Andalusia. The Royal Andalusian Riding School in Jerez de la Frontera has achieved world fame as a riding school.
Horse ranch «Rancho Los Ángeles»
Experience the horse finca Rancho Los Angeles
Rancho Los Ángeles can be reached in half an hour by car. The horse finca is embedded in the hilly landscape of the Sierra de las Nieves between Málaga and the historic town of Ronda. Here you can take riding lessons, ride out in groups or learn the vaquero style - the Spanish way of riding. Or would you like to know why the oldest European noble horses come from here? The ones who are responsible for them will give you all the answers. They have been breeding and selling Spanish horses in the heart of Andalusia for over 50 years.
A light goes on in the Cueva de la Pileta
The Cueva de la Pileta stalactite cave near Ronda is a historical site. 25,000-year-old drawings can be seen on the cave walls. At the entrance, visitors can equip themselves with gas, oil or torches and light the way themselves.
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Cortijo Los Aguilares
The Cortijo Los Aguilares winery near Ronda has fine wines waiting for you. On an exclusive guided tour you can visit the winery and the vineyards, taste four fine wines with local appetizers and then enjoy a sumptuous menu. The wine expert sits at the table as the host.
Sunbathing by the sea
The picture-perfect beaches of Torremolinos are just a stone's throw from Málaga. They stretch seven kilometers along the coast. Also a visit to the crocodile park or the Aqualand amusement park is fun for young and old.