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Estepona (Malaga)

On foot or by bike

On foot or bike tours Spanish Fir Route (departure point 25 min by car)


This is a route which starts at the mountain refuge at the Summit of Los Reales and passes through one of the four remaining Spanish fir woods in Europe. These beautiful trees trace a stunning landscape in a mountain range of red stones called peridotite rocks, which owe their colour to the mineral iron oxide. It is a 5 km walk there and back, of low difficulty.

On foot or bike tours Nicio Castle Route (departure point 5 min by car)


This route begins at Puerta Verde (at the end of Avenida de España in Estepona) and crosses the ponds of Las Nutrias and la Extranjera until reaching the ruins of Nicio castle, built in the 9th century. Part of its walls remain. It is located in the area known as El Padrón Alto. Seven kilometre route, of medium difficulty.

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Fuerte Estepona
Our first apartment didn''t have the views i was hoping for, but the reception changed our room to one that we were extremely happy with. the apt. was spacious, clean and gorgeous. everything that i could hope for. at first there wasn''t a blow dryer in the room, but one of the maids went out of her way to help me find one. the breakfast was great and the grounds were beautiful.
Robert Donald (Edmonton) / 04-Nov- 2013
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