If you like to keep moving, there is no shortage of great places to go hiking in Spain! No matter if you are in Galicia, Asturias, Pyrenees, Andalucia and many other areas, you will be sure to have a great connection with nature. We of course are based in Costa Tropical, so most of what we share will be for nearby day trips from Almuñécar.
We have compiled a great list of resources to help you explore a bit off the beat track as well as some more basic walking guides. Get moving and discover all that Spain has to offer.Continue reading
This is a good 1/2 day activity from Almuñécar and you are in for a sweet treat. Just a little to the east within Costa Tropical, you can experience the sugarcane past of Motril. You will experience an old Spanish sugar mill, take a tour of a rum distillery and taste some Spanish rum. Let’s talk sugar (Azucar).
Duration: ~3 hours
Your day will begin with a step back in time at Motril’s pre-industrial sugar museum, followed by a tour of the Ron Montero Rum Distillery with rum tasting.
Distance: 20km from Almuñécar
Departure: Recommended departure from Almuñécar 10:30 – 11:00 am
Escape to the Sierra Nevada mountains and experience a day trip from Almuñécar to Monachil. A unique hiking experience through a narrow canyon, on top of a narrow cement wall, and over several hanging bridges. A place to cool down from the heat at one of the many water holes along the river. Keep on reading to find out the scoop from our guest author Ed.
Tickle your taste buds, absorb the culture & explore Málaga. This Málaga Food Tour is the perfect way to spend a day out and get to know a little more about the city of Málaga. There is a great food tour offered by Devour Málaga and you won’t leave hungry!
Are you getting cabin fever staying in the small coastal city of Almuñécar? Are you dreaming of a day out at a big and modern shopping mall? Well, let us share with you how to get to Larios Mall – Almuñécar to Málaga and back. We provide you with instructions via the public bus, in addition to directions for driving a car.
As much as we all love Almuñécar, it is nice to get out and explore a bit. It’s very easy to take a day trip to Granada from Almuñécar, or you can even plan a few days away. Of course everything we have to share is also a perfect day trip from Malaga too. There is so much to see and do, and it’s always fun to just roam around and soak up the city. If that isn’t your style, here are some great options for organized tours and things to do in Granada.