Paloma Peak, Jabalcuza Hill And El Lobo Vantage Point
This is an extraordinary route, allowing you to view the Costa del Sol from above, which is of moderate difficulty, taking about 4 hours. It starts off at the Torremolinos Water Reservoir, up to the quarries, the starting point of the ascent along a trail up to the Paloma Peak, allowing you to enjoy a spectacular view of a large part of the Costa del Sol. Keep climbing and you’ll arrive at the Jabalcuza hill, offering even broader view and allowing you to take in the whole of the Valley of the Guadalhorce. You then start the descent, passing by the La Blanquilla port and by el Lobo mountain refuge where you can spend a night surrounded by pure nature. The rich fauna and flora that accompanies this walk is an interesting incentive for the traveller.
Finally, visit the Nature Classroom, overlooking the coast and the cable car. You start your descent from the el Lobo vantage point, following a pathway with a slope surrounded by a pine forest to finish the tour.