Marbella - Walking and Hiking

Walking and Hiking in Marbella

There are plenty of opportunities in Marbella for walking and hiking. Thes are both in the town's parks and gardens or along the seafront prom. Further affield hiking up the concha mountain is a popular achievement. 

Walk the Prom

The Paseo Maritimo (seafront promenade) is ideal to experience and join the Spanish in the traditional "paseo" More >

Parks and Gardens

There are a total of 6 different parks to enjoy in Marbella from beautifully paved meeting points to natural parks More >

Climb La Concha

The magnificent mountain known as "La Concha" (the shell) is part of a range that extends across the Marbella skyline More >

Los Cuchillos Walk

This shortish circular route takes you round the rocky massif that lies just to the north of the Refugio de Juanar More >

Malaga coastal path

Senda Litoral de Malaga (Malaga Coastal Path) is a projected 180km path following the entire coast of Malaga province from Manilva to Nerja. More >

Gran Senda Malaga

Gran Senda de Malaga is a long distance footpath that takes you right round the province of Malaga. More >

 

Day Hike in Marbella

Day Hike in Marbella Day Hike in Marbella

Discover Andalusia’s beautiful nature, the hidden Hinterland, deep valleys, green hills and forests, flowers and wildlife, amazing rock formations, spectacular views over the southern coast and over to Africa. You learn about the history of the region as we walk through the white villages, visit Moorish castles, roman ruins, prehistorical caves... Only by walking you get to know the "real Andalusia". We walk in very small groups of maximum 8 walkers plus your personal guide, it is like walking in a friends group. At the end of the walk we generally have some tapas in a village bar on the square (not included) and enjoy watching the laid back life of the villagers. Book tour now

"Walking in Andalucia" by Guy Hunter Watts

Cicerone Walking in Andalucía is a 260 page full colour guide to some of the very best walks in southern Spain, taking the walker on 34 routes - all starting and most finishing in beautiful villages - in the Natural Parks of Grazalema, La Alpujarra, Cazorla, Los Alcornocales, Aracena, and La Axarquia. Many of the full and half day walks are virtually unknown even though they are a short drive from the Costa del Sol. Even though more and more people are beginning to walk Spain's southern sierras, most of the routes remain blissfully undiscovered. Guy says, 'If you decide to head for the hills with my guide you can be sure of two things: you will be walking through areas of great natural beauty and you will meet with other walkers.'   Buy a copy online of Walking in Andalucia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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