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From Malaga: Torcal Antequera Natural Park & Dolmens Site

1. From Malaga: Torcal Antequera Natural Park & Dolmens Site

Explore Antequera's natural beauty and fascinating history with a half-day trip from Malaga. Go on a 3km hike through the El Torcal Natural Park, stop at the Torcal Visitor Center, and see the famous UNESCO World Heritage Dolmens Site. Begin your tour in Malaga near the María Zambrano train station. Meet your guide there and board your bus before heading to Antequera. Your first stop in Antequera is the Dolmens Site. Marvel at the massive monolithic monuments. See the Menga and Viera dolmens, Tholos of El Romeral, La Peña de los Enamorados, and El Torcal before driving to the El Torcal Natural Park. At the park, join your guide on a 3km hike past ghostly rock formations. After your hike, enjoy some free time to eat and visit the Torcal Visitor Center. Check out the bar, souvenir shop, toilets, and a small museum before returning to Malaga.

Antequera: Dolmens and El Torcal Tour with Transfer

2. Antequera: Dolmens and El Torcal Tour with Transfer

Discover three neolithic graves that show the death not as the ending of live, but as a transition to another way of being. Learn about the connection between the graves and nature from your knowledgeable guide. All three dolmens formed rock chambers with lintelled roofs and were used for rituals and funerals. 1200 meters above sea level, these megalithic structures display fossils and limestone formations. Take a walk where millions of years ago fishes were swimming and take in the breathtaking countryside surrounding you.

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What people are saying about Antequera

An excellent two site trip worth doing. The travel time isn't too long and both sites are great, but the Dolmens are spectacular. Make sure that you have the right footwear and it is much cooler to there than it is in malaga so dress appropriately, and take a hat, scarf and gloves if going to in the winter months. We saw mountain goats and vultures in the sky not to mention the awesome rock formations. Unbelievable views from the end, at the top of the plateau right across the plain. Our guide, Ian, was the best. He has a great sense on humour which he injected throughout the trip. He's full of knowledge which he happily shared with us. We had small group of 7 which I felt made it even better. Ian looked out for us all, even the fantastic 81 year old lady who managed the whole walk without assistance. Highly recommended and hope you have Ian as your guide. Thank you for a wonderful experience

Seeing the dolmens and hiking through Torcal were both magnificent, and I'm looking for more tours to do with our guide, Ian. He was knowledgeable and friendly and obviously loves the places he showed us. Many guides rush you through sites, but Ian made sure we all had great experiences, whether we spoke English or Spanish. I highly recommend this trip!

Very well guided by Jose Miguel. Very friendly and informative. The Torcal Nature area was stunning. Be aware that the walk through the park is quite slippery although we’ll worth the effort. I recommend as a quieter and more ‘of the beaten track’ day out.

This is a great outdoor activity. You must be in good shave and wear hiking boots. The day we went, the path was muddy so made for a slippery terrain between the boulders.

Very nice but not my cup of tea. But the leader was nice and we loved him. My father and I wish him a huge success.