Rock Climbing in Sierra Crestellina National Reserve

Explore the rocks and soaring crags of Sierra Crestellina National Reserve, located in the southern foothills of the Serrania de Ronda, on this rock-climbing experience. Boasting unrivalled biodiversity and spectacular views, the reserve is the perfect location to learn to climb or push yourself to ever-higher levels of difficulty. You’ll be guided through this remarkable terrain by one of our trained climbers, who will assist you throughout the experience with their years of expertise. Climbers will get the chance to visit the hilltop village of Casares, known as one of the most beautiful villages in the province of Málaga. In fact, Julius Caesar himself had the town built as a sign of gratitude for having been healed at the nearby Baths of La Hedionda. Bird watchers take note – keep a look out at the rocks and cliffs of Sierra Crestellina, as it shelters an abundant variety of birds specific to this habitat; red-billed chough, blue rock thrush, crag martin and several species of birds of prey.

The Small Print

  • 72 EUR per person
  • Available year round
  • Experience will last approximately 4 hours
  • Minimum of six guests required
  • Transfers available for six people from EUR 395
  • Suitable for guests aged 12 and over