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Get to know our flora

Find out which stage is for you!
Find out which stage is for you!

Come to the Great Path!

With a Sea View
With a Sea View

Walk along the Stages of the Coastal Path

A Route throughout the Province
A Route throughout the Province

More than 850 km-long Route and the First of its Kind in Andalusia

White Villages and Mountains
White Villages and Mountains

Varied Landscape along the Route

Walk and Get Better
Walk and Get Better

Every Stage means a Personal Challenge

Get to know our flora

The most common species of flora in the province of Malaga are Mediterranean species. The landscape is dominated by bushes that have gradually replaced original forests, although forests of pines, firs, holm oaks and cork oaks are preserved above all. There are more than 80 endemic species in the province, highlighting the areas of the Serranía de Ronda and the western coastal mountain ranges on the one hand and the mountains of the Central Calizo Arch and Tejeda and Almijara up to the Maro-Cerro Gordo cliffs. for the other. In 2002 it became clear that Malaga is the province with the most endangered species in mainland Spain and the Balearic Islands.

Cornicabra (Pistacia terebinthus)