Drive here from Marbs, takes about 40mins. Parked down in the town which is free. From the car park within 5 mins you are strolling up the path to the castle and the magnificent views. Half way up is a lovely gift :craft shop which I think is very reasonable with pricing. There is also a very small place to... 更多
Well worth the climb from the village for not only views of the surrounding countryside, but also a visit to the beautiful cemetery and a light lunch at the Bar el Castillo.
Make sure you go up in one of the Bell towers in the church to see the view. The museum was free and the artifacts are amazing. Be prepared the hills are very steep and you have to be able to walk.
Allow up to 3 hours for this fascinating "walk in the past". Park for free in the multi storey car park and take the lift to the 1st floor (which is the top floor!). Follow the signs to the centre of the village. As you enter the plaza go diagonally left up quite a steep incline. Catch your breath by... 更多
Drove up from Estepona to see this village in the mountains. Its a shorter moutain drive than visiting Los Reales de Sierra Bermeja. We walked round the town and up to the little castle. From the viewpoint you can also look down to the cliffs below - we saw hundreds of swifts (or martins?) flying in to perch on the... 更多
Having hired a car for a couple of days,we decided to drive up into the hills and mountains above Mijas.We headed first to Alhaurin El Grande,a nice looking town,then on to Coin,which was a bit built up for our taste but still quite pleasant.From there on to Monda,another small town,and onwards to Ojen,a pretty little place.We then decided to go... 更多
A lovely place to watch the sun set, relax and feel some history. There's a natural beach and a great Chiringuito called La Sal close by.
We visited in evening when the temperature had cooled a bit as parking is limited and you it's quite a climb up steep streets to get there. It's a stunning location with panoramic views both on the town and towards Gibraltar. The streets are quaint and picturesque and there's a main square where you can relax with a drink.