Centro de Visitantes del Torcal de Antequera

Málaga Province

This impressive visitor centre is perched at 1200m in the middle of the surreal rock formations of El Torcal. It has a information desk, a small exhibition room (explaining how the rocks were formed), a shop and a restaurant. There's a mirador (lookout) nearby, along with the start and finish points of three self-guided hikes.

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