Andalusia is recognised as one of the most important regions in Europe for birding, and Málaga province is a birder’s paradise
Bobastro holds the fascinating ruins of a 9th Century settlement, an important historical site
The mountains around Álora offer a fantastic vantage point for stargazers thanks to the clear skies and minimal light pollution
Not for the fainthearted! On the side of a 100m deep gorge, this is undoubtedly one of the most breathtaking walking routes in Southern Spain.
The lakes at El Chorro, close to the village of Ardales, are made up of three reservoirs or ‘Embalses’. They’re only around 30 minutes’ drive from Finca Gran Cerros and its a great place to explore.
Valle de Abdalajís is just 10 minutes north of Finca Gran Cerros. Situated 358 meters above sea level, it’s a pretty drive, or cycle!
Antequera is a beautiful old Medieval city with a rich history dating back to the Bronze Age and indigenous Iberians.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it’s known for its unusual landforms, and is regarded as one of the most impressive karst (limestone rock) landscapes in Europe.
Lobo Park is a fascinating 100 acre nature and wildlife sanctuary for the protection and study of wolves in their own natural environment.