Ruta del Río Chillar (departure point 10 min by car)
This route along the river Chillar is one of the most emblematic of the province due to its beauty and easy access among ferns, pine trees and carob trees. It departs from calle Picasso en Nerja (on the banks of the river) and takes approximately 8 hours to reach the waterfalls, although it can be done in shorter sections. The route is along the riverbed, therefore it is only recommended for summer.
Málaga (49 min by car)
Capital of the Costa del Sol, Malaga, as well as sun and beaches, offers two notable museums which are the Picasso and the Thyssen. Also of interest are the house where Picasso was born as well as the citadel and the Roman theatre.
Granada (1 hour 10 min by car)
The charming city of Granada houses La Alhambra, a World Heritage site and the most visited and most symbolic monument in Spain. The Albaicín and Sacromonte neighbourhoods fill the city with colour and charm, crowned by the peaks of the Sierra Nevada.
Antequera (1 hour 20 min by car)
This town in the province of Malaga has the largest share of the historic and artistic heritage of the province among which there are 33 churches and convents. Through its architectural sites visitors can follow its history from the first prehistoric men to the current era.
Ronda (2 hours 15 min by car)
Ronda is a monumental town whose jewel is its imposing and famous gorge, and it is considered to one of the prettiest towns in Andalucia. As well as the gorge bridge, you will also be pleasantly surprised by its bullring, the Museum of the Bandit and its typical streets which you can ride through on a horse-drawn carriage. Take a trip to the Acinipo archaeological site, an old Roman town (20 kilometres from Ronda).
Córdoba (2 hours 20 min by car)
Cordoba was the capital of the caliphate in the Al- Ándalus period, in which one of the most important monuments in Spain, the Mosque, was built. Its old town is the second largest in Europe, which is noted for the beauty of its courtyards as well as the Roman Bridge over the Guadalquivir river.