The Puente Nuevo is the most emblematic monument of the city of Ronda in Malaga and was built between 1751 and 1793. The height, beauty of the rocks and houses or the spectacular views turns the Tajo de Ronda into a marvel of nature to which several human wonders have been added, and the final result is shocking and, of course, impossible to forget.
Nerja, a fishing village, now a tourist centre, is a municipality in the province of Malaga that offers several places of interest. The Caves of Nerja with its dimensions, its multiple and varied speleothems make it an impressive geological element. The Balcony of Europe, in the centre of the village, is a viewpoint with stunning views of the sea. Nerja also has many churches of great antiquity and consists of more than 14km of coastline with beaches and bays to enjoy an average temperature throughout the year.
Frigiliana, located at the foot of a Natural Park and a few kilometres from the coast, is the only town in the province of Malaga included among the most beautiful in Spain. With its white houses and narrow streets offers to enjoy its cuisine, know its crafts and visit unique places. The fact that a third of its inhabitants are foreigners creates a cultural richness with Cosmopolitan air but maintaining its white town charm.
The luxurious marina of Puerto Banus allows you to walk through the harbour between luxury yachts and cars and enjoy the views from the cafes and restaurants. In addition, the shops of the best firms and designers, nightlife, selection of golf courses and Sandy beaches fill the place to enjoy its charm. In Puerto Banus you can find a touch of glamour very easily.
The Natural Area, elevated above the city of Antequera offers one of the best and most spectacular examples of karst relief in Europe. Due to the rarity and magnificence of its strange circular formations, the place offers an impressive landscape. Several path routes invite you to get lost in this stone city and enjoy varied vegetation and its fauna rich in birds and mammals.
Only one hour from Malaga there is a path that became known as “the most dangerous road in the world”. Today, after is reconstruction, you can enjoy the landscape, the turquoise water reservoir of the Conde de Guadalhorce and the impressive rocks of the mountain above. To add to the adrenaline of visitors, the road also has a suspension bridge and a viewpoint with glass floor. It is a true wonder of nature with breathtaking views and fascinating places.