The Torcal of Antequera - Artworks by Nature
An walk through karstic rock-formations, risen from the sea in the jurassic age and formed over millions of years. With a visit to Antequera and the Dolmens.
The Torcal is an impressive karst landscape that has been shaped over the years by wind and erosion, which has left a bizarre maze of rock towers. Overlaying strung rocking stones, quirky shapes and figures that look like elaborate sculptures. The vast limestone plateau lies at 1100 to 1400 meters above sea level, near the town of Antequera. A conservation park, you should definitely visit.
Our hiking tour leads us through and over rocks, but on a well surfaced paths through the area, offering a breathtaking view over the rocky landscape, the mountains and hills around Antequera. On our way back we stop for a short visit in Antequera, and may enjoy some local specialities (Tapas on the church square), and have a quick visit to the famous Dolmens of Menga (UNESCO World Heritage).
easy/medium – 3,7 km – approx. 3 hours. It is walking between and over rocks, they can be slippery, good shoes are required.
Hiking shoes, sun and rain protection, enough water.
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Guide, insurrance and transportation to the starting point and back
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