In addition to magnificent mountains, the south of Spain offers numerous beaches & historic towns with a famous flamenco & tapa culture.


The wide view from the Moorish Alcazaba shows a lively, modern city with many squares and decorative Art Nouveau houses.


Highlights are the Catedral de la Encarnación in the heart of the old town and the Pablo Picasso Museum.

Pure life & flamenco

The Malaguenos are famous for their pure life & flamenco culture, which you can experience in many restaurants and bars until late into the night.

Culture & Information: Malaga

El Chorro - Malaga: 1 hour

Mediterranean Sea

Wonderful swimming trips & sunny beach days under the palm trees.

Quiet beaches

To escape the tourist bustle, we are happy to show you the quiet & secret beaches.

Boulder on the beach

For an more active beach day, there are in Nerja a few beautiful Boulder right on the beach.

El Chorro - Mediterranean Sea: 1-1,5 hours


Natural Park El Torcal

The Sierra de Torcal is a unique, wildly rugged karst landscape.

Rain and wind have created bizarre rock formations over millennia.
On the 1,400 meter high rock plateau thrives a rich flora & fauna with diverse wildlife.

1,001 Boulder

In addition, you will find here some climbing rocks and probably thousands of undiscovered boulders.

Wolf Park

On the way to Torcal you can howl at Wolfs-Park at full moon with the wolves.

El Chorro - El Torcal: 45 min.

Granada & Alhambra

The Moorish Alhambra with its gardens proudly overlooks Granada.


The Alhambra is considered the most magnificent and best preserved Muslim palace complex in Europe (UNESCO World Heritage Site).

Informations & Tickets:
Alhambra Info

Tapas & mountains

In the alleys of the old Moorish quarter Albaicín, the bath houses, orange groves and spacious villas, the Moorish history of Andalusia comes back to life.

Another highlight is a tapas tour through the numerous bars in the old town.

Granada is dominated by the snow-capped peaks of the nearby Sierra Nevada.

El Chorro - Granada: 2 hours


"Ronda is a giant of rock that carries a small white town on its shoulders." (R.M. Rilke)

Quite picturesque Ronda perches on a plateau, which is divided by a huge ravine called Tajo.


Ronda is home to the oldest and most beautiful bullring in Spain and other attractions.

historical cave

Close to the river there is also the Cueva de la Pileta, a cave of great cultural and historical importance.

El Chorro - Ronda: 1 hour

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