Know Malaga

MALAGA

Malaga
Malaga seen from the Montes de Málaga

The very Hospital * City of Malaga known internationally for its sun and beach tourism offers more than 300 sunny days annually, which together with its infrastructure and the hospitality of its people make it ideal for cycling. Cradle of illustrious and intellectuals such as the painter Pablo Piccaso or the actor Antonio Banderas.


Malaga or Malaka as its first settlers called it, the Phoenicians, back in the 8th century BC. C. is one of the oldest cities and history in Europe.


The perfect symbiosis between the coast and the mountains, make Malaga a perfect place for your next cycling holiday.

WHY MALAGA?

Malaga has the ideal characteristics for cycling. Some roads which enjoy a very good condition, countless landscapes and something that is quite appreciated by our visitors; Respect for the cyclist of our drivers.


Malaga offers more than 300 sunny days a year and mild winters, which makes the entire province of Malaga the ideal place for cycling. The province of Malaga is the second most mountainous province in Spain only surpassed by Asturias, but not everything is climbed in the province of Malaga, we also enjoy 2 our two wonderful valleys; the Guadalhorce Valley and the Genal Valley.


Our rich cuisine will make you fall in love as soon as you try it. Who does not fancy a good spit and a rod in a beach bar with the sea in the background and the sun warming you, or why not some fried anchovies accompanied by an antequerana baton to fight the terral * Malaga.


And you still wonder, and why Malaga?

MEET MÁLAGA


Mijas Pueblo

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Mijas Pueblo


Located on the slopes of the Sierra de Mijas, Mijas Pueblo is one of those places that fall in love. White houses, incredible views and taxi donkeys will be the maximum of your visit to the town of Malaga. In the vicinity of this wonderful town is one of the climbs that all who visit us want to climb for its beauty, tranquility and hardness of it; the rise to the Mijas Repeater.


El Chorro, Bobastro and El Caminito del Rey

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In the background the gorge of the gaitanes and the caminito del rey


In the region of the Guadalhorce Valley there is what is famously known as the jet. For the most curious, the jet is simply a village that is located in the municipality of Álora and next to the Guadalhorce reservoir. Bobastro has been the end of the stage in the Tour of Spain repeatedly. The King’s Road, which opened its doors again in 2015, receives more than 1 million visitors at the end of the year. It is a place that you will fall in love with at first sight.


The totally new roads in the area make the Guadalhorce Valley one of the favorite places for our clients when making one of our guided routes.

The Tajo de Ronda

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The Tajo de Ronda seen from the heights


Ronda is not understood without its famous pit, nor is the Tagus understood without Ronda. The thousands of visitors they receive each year are impressed by the immensity of it. Everything in Ronda is not only its Tagus but also its mountain range and its valley as we speak well in one of our blogs.

Genal Valley

MEANINGS AND APPOINTMENTS

*terral: The terral is a type of wind and its formation is as follows: when solar radiation disappears, the surface of the sea conserves more time the heat captured during the day than the earth, which cools more quickly.

*»The first in the danger of Freedom, the very noble, very loyal, very hospitable, very beneficial, very illustrious and always Denodada City of Malaga».

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