Guide of Active Tourism on Ronda’s mountain range
02 Jun 2017

Guide of Active Tourism on Ronda’s mountain range

02 Jun 2017

There’s not so much places that gather all the ideal conditions to enjoy the practice of active tourism such as Ronda’s Serrania (Mountain range), and to offer a more attractive and easy way of learning how to do it, the Diputación de Málaga published the second edition of their Guide.

As stated by the Diputación, the Guide of Active Tourism on Ronda’s Mountain Range is “a labor of love from a lot of people that want to share their knowledge about the wonders of this land as patrimony for everyone“. Beautiful words that define a bet for healthy and active tourism, also promoting the practice of diverse sports, in an authentic paradise for theses activities.

And that’s because the area presents ideal conditions and features a lot of installations, pioneering in a lot of senses a type of offer that also showcases a great collaboration between public administration and private entrepreneurs, for example creating spaces for enjoying different kinds of activities, signaling routes or just regulating, orientating and informing all people interested, for them to enjoy the most, but always avoiding accidents or damaging our natural environment.

Besides that, active tourism is a source of wealth to Ronda’s mountain range and also a pleasure for nature lovers. This guide, now published on a much better second edition, is the result of many years of hard work and features Spanish and English texts. It includes a lot of links to websites and documents that complement its own information, adding QR codes, pictures and descriptions, and it’s available on the Diputación de Málaga’s website.

This Guide of Active Tourism on Ronda’s Mountain Range is specially interesting for those staying at our B bou Hotel Molino del Arco, and it complements other nature and sport activities that we already discussed at our website, such as the visit to the amazing Caminito del Rey or the routes that feature the Camino Mozárabe de Málaga.

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