After a stroll through the streets of Ronda you get to this spectacular spot: El Tajo and the New Bridge. Ronda is perched above a deep gorge called El Tajo, a few hundred meters deep. The spectacular Puente Nuevo, from the 18th century, links the old town with the shopping area.
In the municipality of Nerja, in Malaga, there is a hiking trail, 90% of the route is through the water with a maximum depth of two feet in the worst case. It is a bearable route but I advise you to wear good shoes.
Near Torre del Mar, in the municipality of where the Vélez-Málaga Vélez River flows, is where you'll find this humid place that gets visited by a lot of birds. It's said that more than 245 different species of birds have been observed here, because of its strategic location in the medium way for their migrations. Being in the sun is a very relaxing place to walk around and see the birds, ducks, herons, etc. There's also a good fishing area here.
I'd heard much about this particular source, as the union of two streams that flow down hill to the pretty village of Villanueva del Trabuco forms the headwaters of the Guadalhorce River. The source of the Hundred Pipes is an impressive fountain, which collects the spring water and is surrounded by an amazingly varied and motley landscape; on one hand there are rainfed crops such as olives and on the other small Mediterranean forests of pine, oak, and other native plants and shrubs. If you enjoy the fountain show, I recommend the Path of Cañossendero. Route 1 leads to it on foot, but on weekends the place is full of cars and neighbors taking advantage of the holidays to enjoy the coolness that emanates from the source and the landscape. To get to the source from the road, head north past the Villanueva del Trabuco village on a local road, detour through a dirt track that leads to the site. I recommend bringing water, as there are signs informing you that the source water is not drinkable.
The beginning of the Guaro River is found in Guara, a village in Malaga Periana in Upper Axarquia. It's a peaceful haven where water flows from several springs. The views of the village are very nice. You reach this place from the Periana apiary, 3 miles past the exit for baths, or from the Port to Periana sign. In the village there is a restaurant with very good liquor, an inn, and several houses for rent. The spring is spectacular in winter, as it still flows from the mountain.
Right next to the Church of Rupestre and the ruins of the Convento de Recoletos St. Francis of Assisi, you can see the bridge that connects the two nearby towns. This bridge was built in medieval times, its foundations being thick blocks of rock, joined by mortar. The bridge has a a central arch and two smaller ones on both sides.
Calf Caves is located just a few meters from the town center at the source of the river, which flows energetically to the spring of the municipality and into the river Guadalhorce. The best time to enjoy this natural spectacle is in autumn.