The Council Office promotes Malaga’s Mozarab Route, one of the pilgrim roads to Santiago, settling it as a Grand Route and establishing the signposting alongside its hundred kilometers between DC and its limits with Cordoba.
The Council Office is promoting Malaga’s Mozarab Route, a road that’s now getting signposting all over its path, equivalent to a Grand Route – those that count with more than 50 kilometers-, with two horizontal stripes, in parallel, with white and red colors. Its actual signposting, with the image of the pilgrim’s yellow shell over blue will also remain.
This initiative is a collaboration with the Asociación Jacobea de Málaga, that has been working all over the past years to give impulse to this Mozarab Road, in orden to turn it into a touristic product that, besides helping the pilgrims to get oriented, obviously, also becomes the backbone for the province, from South to North. Also, the Xunta de Galicia has decided to promote in 2019 the road to Santiago through the Mozarab Route and the Vía de la Plata (The Silver Road).
This Mozarab Route comprehends almost 100 kilometers, in eight different steps, that join the other six Grand Routes of the province, such as GR-141, known as the Serranía de Ronda’s Grand Route, that has in B bou Hotel Molino del Arco an exceptional starting point – and resting place, or GR-242, covering Sierra de Tejeda-Almijara – that provides the amazing natural environment to both B bou Hotel La Viñuela & Spa and B bou Hotel Cortijo Bravo.
More information about Malaga’s Mozarab Route and other routes to enjoy active tourism, available at this link.