A quiet place where you can swim in swamps, rivers, go through gorges, canyons, hiking, canoeing, eating at good bars and restaurants, country hotels, rock climbing, rappelling, biking, camping, knowing what little is left of the ´king´s path,´ it is amazing, and very nice. It is advisable to be prepared for several days if you want to see and do everything. The guy at the campsite can advise you when you go. Have fun.
An amazing site. It is a shame that you can not go through the pass, but it's really amazing to view, and I recommend the Finca Rocabella as well. It is very quiet and the houses are very well maintained and very comfortable! Fantastic value for money! 100x100
A great experience, nothing like other more "comercial caves." It is a large cavity retaining hundreds of paintings and Paleolithic (30000-8000 years before present)engravings on the inside, among which airbrushed paintings of hands, drawings of animals (horses, deer, goats, fish, etc..), and the figures of women, very rare in the Iberian Paleolithic art can be highlighted. Furthermore, Ardales cave preserves several human burials of great anthropological interest. The number of daily visitors is regulated and the inner journey is done with a guide. To visit the cave you need to book at the Guadalhorce Heritage Network, who are in charge of organising everything.
Near to Ardales, the Guadalhorce river passes through a deep gash in the landscape of Chorro, also known as Gaintanes Gorge. Its vertical walls, dizzying bridges offer a striking view. Cottages Ardales http://www.Toprural.Com/andalucia/malaga/casas-rurales-ardales_rm-es-29018.htm