Casarabonela is a popular place to head to while you are in Malaga as a large number of the area’s main attractions are close. Among the most interesting places to see are the marvelous Ardales Park and the remarkable Gorge of Gaintanes. Also worth checking out are the El Chorro Gorge and Puente Viejo.
Vacationers in Casarabonela, looking for something different, will love the cultural attractions nearby. Take a tour, admire the interior of the building or simply enjoy the fascinating artworks at Museo Lara in Ronda, Bandit Museum and the Ronda Bullring Museum.
If the sun is out, follow the lead of the locals who know the area best and make the most of the nearby green spaces. Put on your hiking shoes and explore the well-used nature preserves for which this area is so renowned, like the El Tajo Gorge in Ronda.
Visitors looking for interesting places to visit in and around the Casarabonela area will not want to miss out on Puente Nuevo in Ronda and the Puerta de Almocabar. See some religious sites such as the Church of Santa Maria la Mayor in Ronda. Relax in the calm atmosphere and get a deeper understanding of the role of religion in the area.
Take a break from the tourist trail and indulge in a game of golf at the La Cala Golf in Mijas, the Santana Golf and Country Club and the Guadalhorce Golf Club.
Sports lovers should get tickets for Estadio La Rosaleda to see the Malaga CF doing battle with visiting teams. On match days follow the procession of blue and white, to the stadium, then after the full-time hooter blows, join fans at a nearby pub, bar or cafe and relive the games finest moments over a few cold beers.
Finding somewhere handy to rest your head in the Casarabonela area is a breeze. The TRH Mijas, the Hotel Posadas de España Málaga and the Parador de Ronda are among the most popular accommodation options here.