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Sierra Crestellina Paraje Natural in Andalucia

At 478 hectares, the Sierra Crestellina Paraje Natural or Natural Area, is one of the smallest protected areas in Andalucia. It is a limestone ridge just 4 kilometres long, running north to south, north of the white village of Casares.

The whole area is accesible on foot and can be explored in one day. Officially, the limestone peaks, the highest of which is 926 metres, are inaccessible, however there is a path at the north end of the ridge, worn by intrepid walkers, that takes you to the top.

Sierra Crestellina stands out due to the limestone. It is a grey prominence amongst the green clad peaks nearby.

Sierra Crestellina Paraje Natural

Sierra Crestellina stands out due to the limestone. It is a grey prominence amongst the green clad peaks nearby. ... Read the complete article >>


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Casares

Casares is 14 kilometres from the Costa del Sol coast and a favourite spot for artists and photographers. ... Read the complete article >>


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Eagles and Vultures walk

A circular walk starting and finishing at Casares. It takes you below the crags of Crestellina, the nesting site for a colony of ... Read the complete article >>


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Two old codgers walk up Crestellina

The Junta de Andalucia website describes the peaks of the 900 metres high ridge of Crestellina as inaccessible and yet they look ... Read the complete article >>


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