Outdoor activities in Sierra de las nieves natural park

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Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park: What to do when you get there?

Sierra de las Nieves is located a few kilometres from Marbella and close to cities like Malaga and Ronda. The Reserve includes the municipalities of Alozaina, Casarabonela, El Burgo, Guaro, Istan, Monda, Ojen, Tolox and Yunquera.

This natural paradise was declared by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve due to its rich diversity of animal and plant species.  The spot is the ideal destination to enjoy nature, culture and a wide range of outdoor activities in its lush surroundings any time of year.

Nature lovers can do some bird watching either in the River Valley or deep into the mountains, where species like black stork, the cormorant, the lapwing or golden eagle.

The adventure finds its place amongst mountain bikers, who want to ride up to the peak of Torrecilla Peak, (1,919m) through hidden routes. Match it up with caving in some of the many underground cavities with numerous formations. Hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, quad biking you name it there’s a plethora of activities for you to choose from!

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Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park: What to do when you get there?

Sierra de las Nieves is located a few kilometres from Marbella and close to cities like Malaga and Ronda. The Reserve includes the municipalities of Alozaina, Casarabonela, El Burgo, Guaro, Istan, Monda, Ojen, Tolox and Yunquera.

This natural paradise was declared by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve due to its rich diversity of animal and plant species.  The spot is the ideal destination to enjoy nature, culture and a wide range of outdoor activities in its lush surroundings any time of year.

Nature lovers can do some bird watching either in the River Valley or deep into the mountains, where species like black stork, the cormorant, the lapwing or golden eagle.

The adventure finds its place amongst mountain bikers, who want to ride up to the peak of Torrecilla Peak, (1,919m) through hidden routes. Match it up with caving in some of the many underground cavities with numerous formations. Hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, quad biking you name it there’s a plethora of activities for you to choose from!

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