Considered by many as the "cathedral of canyons" in Malaga, the Buitreras canyon is probably the best one of the Ronda region.
Less than 50 km. from Ronda, on the skirts of the Sierra de Grazalema National Park, the Buitreras canyon awaits you surrounded by stunning landscapes guaranteed to captivate your senses!
The Buitreras canyon was declared a Natural Monument of Andalusia and is one of the most famous ravines in the area. This huge gorge of limestone rock, sculpted through time by the incessant flow of the Guadiaro River, has been frequented by adventurers from all over Spain, Europe, and the world for quite some time.
Among the characteristics that make this place so awesome is the spectacular geological formations. The Buitreras canyon has tall and narrow walls reaching over 100 meters in some stretches, creating a unique and impressive atmosphere!
As you make your way down the canyon you'll find narrow stretches of abundant water where you'll have to swim, cross a maze and, of course, abseil, jump, and slide.
The Buitreras canyon is worth your while! You must live it!
High physical condition.
All participants must be able to swim.
Minors must have authorization from their parents.
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