Let us take you on a very special trip and without a doubt a different experience.
Four days in Andalusia discovering several spectacular via ferratas in Ronda to finish with a beautiful visit to the magical Torcal de Antequera.
An authentic active escape that will give us the chance to enjoy the stunning views and to go along vertical walls and suspension bridges that will leave us with a good aftertaste during these days of activity. On top of that, we will visit Ronda and the villages of the nearby mountains and we will taste the rich gastronomy of the region.
Let yourself be guided by a professional that will lead you along the paths and via ferratas with security so you only have to worry about enjoying the experience.
Serranía de Ronda is a region located in the West of the province of Málaga, with big contrasts of landscapes, influenced by the proximity of the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, adding to this a jagged geography.
We find widespread forests of cork oak, chestnuts, Spanish fir, pine trees, gall oak, holm oak, etc., spread along its three natural parks: Grazalema, Sierra de las Nieves and Los Alcornocales. To this, we have to add the rich heritage of the villages, resulting in an experience that will give us unique and unforgettable sensations.
The morphology consists of a plateau of around 700m above sea level, although at some points it reaches an altitude above 1.500m. Three valleys divide the territory geographically and socially; the Guadalteba that opens to the north, the Guadiaro valley to the southwest and the Genal to the southeast. In the centre, the Ronda plateau plays a main role as the link between the three valleys.
Short approaches. We will follow a relaxed pace for the journeys. It is not necessary to have climbing experience but it is advisable to have agility walking between rocks and off the path. It is the perfect trip to have a go at ferratas or for those with some previous experience as the itineraries are very well designed and are very varied. The guide will always carry a rope in case anyone needs help at some point.
The trip is not suitable for people that suffer from vertigo.