The first section of this trail runs towards Zamarra, Parrilla and Blanquilla farmsteads up to the kilometre marker 10.7. From that point to km 13.7 it goes over Bueyes hills and the Puercos Stream, and then around the Camorro de Cuevas Altas Mountains to the end of this stage.
This trail which is an alternative to stages 14 and 15 of the Great Málaga Path goes along the clayey and chalky mountainsides which give rise to southern tributary system of the Genil River at the altitude of Iznájar Reservoir. The second part of this walk goes down to the river and along its banks covered in thicket and trees. The longest part of the trail runs through the towns of Cuevas de San Marcos and Villanueva de Algaidas. Its first several kilometres run through the town where it starts.
This is the section called 'The Olive Trees Sea', which goes along the mountainsides of Cueva Baja and Cuevas de San Marcos, at an altitude of 800 m between main tributaries of the Genil River – the Cerezo Stream in the east and the Burriana and Puercos streams in the west.