The peak of Mount Calamorro provides different routes for enjoying an environment full of contrasts in the very heart of nature and with the best views of the Costa del Sol.

What most characterises this environment, as well as its orography, are the many species of plants. All of them adapted to the climate of the area. During the route, visitors will be able to see rich vegetation with species such as dwarf palm, one of the two native to Europe and more representative of Mediterranean vegetation, juniper used by man since antiquity, madrone, rockrose or aromatic thyme.

Upon arrival at the peak, we place two paths at your disposal which convey you to other viewing points.

The southern viewing point route, of low difficulty, takes us to a viewing point from which we can see the entire coast of Malaga. If we look to the west we can see as far as Gibraltar on a clear day, the east offers a unique view of Sierra Nevada, while to the south we can see the African coast.

The northern viewing point route, of intermediate difficulty, provides panoramic views of the Sierra de Mijas and the northern part of the province of Malaga, with the Guadalhorce Valley in the foreground.

The peak is also the starting point for 6 hiking routes along the Sierra de Benalmádena, all of which take hikers down to diverse points of nearby towns.