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We have collected together information on driving, walking and enjoying gastronomic tours around this wonderful region.

Morocco

Morocco

Either love it (which most people do) or hate it, Morocco is easily visited from southern Spain and really is an experience never to...
Melilla

Melilla

Melilla is a liitle known part of Spanish Morocco on the north coast bordering the Mediterranean. It is clean, pleasant and affluent having benefitted...
Ceuta

Ceuta

Unknown to most of the world- the European Union is present in Africa too. When Spain handed over most of northern Morocco to the...
Lake Vinuela

Lake Vinuela Circuit

It is possible to tour around the lake in either direction. Heading northeast along a stunning road you arrive at the pretty white village...
Lake Vinuela

Exploring The Axarquia

For a contrasting view of Andalucia, head for the hills by Jaqueline Roberts. Heading north from Torre del Mar, I entered inland Axarquía. I decided...
The Route of Sun and Avocado

Route of Sun and Avocado

The Route of Sun and Avocado is 75 kilometres long. It is largely a coastal route of unspoilt sea-side villages between Rincon de la...
The Route of Oil & Mountains

Route of Oil and Mountains

The Route of Oil and Mountains is 62.5 kilometres long. It runs entirely inland through mountainous terrain in the north-west of Axarquia. The climate...
The Route of the Raisin

Route of the Raisin

The Route of the Raisin is 62.5 kilometres long, taking in villages and regions of the south-western area of Axarquia through the foothills of...
The Route of the Sun and Wine

Route of Sun and Wine

The Route of Sun and Wine is 55 kilometres long, running through the eastern area of Axarquia. It passes both inland and along a...

Mudejar Route

The Mudejar Route is 75 kilometres long, entirely inland. It traverses the municipalities of Arenas, Archez, Salares, Sedella and Canillas de Aceituno, each within...

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Beaches of the Axarquia

Axarquia & Malaga Beaches

The Mediterranean Costa del Sol to the east of Malaga, along southern Axarquia, is much less developed than the western Costa del Sol. The...
markets

Markets

Each town and village in Axarquia, and surrounding Andalucia, hosts a colourful and lively street market once or twice a week. Some also have...
Malaga Walking Tour

Walking In Malaga City

Park at the underground marina car park under the port both marked on the map. Cross the road and enter the port through the...
Flamingoes

Flamingos & Fuente de Piedra Lagoon

A must for nature lovers is Andalucia´s largest lagoon, Fuente de Piedra, a veritable haven for visitors wishing to lose themselves in the tranquillity...
Tapas

Tapas in the Axarquia

Every town and village has numerous excellent tapas bars that can be found by wandering around. Here are just some. Quick Links Algarrobo Costa / Algarrobo...