Campo Europa, La Cala Golf Resort, Mijas *****

18 Holes, Par 71, and 6,014 Metres

La Cala’s Third Course, the Campo Europa, was opened in March 2005. The fairways are generous from the tees and the greens are slightly larger than on the existing courses. They are not severely contoured but are well bunkered and are easier for the average golfer.

Course designer Cabell Robinson stresses the difference between the three courses “The three courses in La Cala Resort are all very different in character. The new course is the most different of the three because of the river Ojen; the others are in the hills. They are three good challenges and none is over long. Yet they are all very different in character. It gives a great option to golfers to have three 18-hole courses to choose from.”

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Getting from Malaga airport to Ronda (or Grazalema)

Looking for a company to get my guided walking guests to Grazalema I came across the Malaga Airport Taxi company.

They take the hassle out of traveling from Malaga airport to many destinations.  A transfer taxi company that is reliable,  punctual, fully licensed with high class vehicles and fares lower than standard airport taxi prices. Payment can be made to the driver in cash or with credit card. The online booking system is easy to use and you don’t need to pay in advance Find out more at the Malaga Airport Taxi website.

Even if you aren’t on a walking holiday with Wildside Holidays, Malaga Airport Taxi provide very competitively priced taxi and minibus transfers to Ronda and Grazalema. Their booking process is very simple.  Simply fill in their online booking form and they will send you a confirmation email containing your booking reference number along with your transfer details, including the price you need to pay.

With a high standard of vehicle, professional chauffeurs and a very good online reputation, you can rest assured that your airport transfer from Malaga will go smoothly.

You can book online at www.malagaairporttaxi.net or call their English speaking staff on +34 693 900 900.

Prices and times of all buses arriving in and leaving Ronda for all nearby cities including Sevilla, Málaga, Cádiz, Fuengirola, and Marbella Can be found on BusbudThe Best Way to Book Bus Tickets to and from Ronda and across Spain If you have any problems with booking a ticket you can contact their experts who will be very happy to help you out. Click the image below to get started…

Prices and times of all buses arriving in and leaving Ronda for all nearby cities including Sevilla, Málaga, Cádiz, Fuengirola, and Marbella Can be found on Busbud

Hotel Los Almendros, Cortes de la Frontera ***

Cortes de la Frontera (16km from Benaojan) is the closest town in Malaga province to the Alcornocales Natural Park, in addition to being within the boundaries of the Sierra de Grazalema, and near to the Guardiaro River, gives the Hotel Los Almendros a prime position for enjoying the nature of inland Andalucia.

The hotel design is rustic yet modern, with all comforts of a three star hotel provided, whilst being out of town to provide an even more tranquil holiday. Next to the hotel is a camp ground also owned by Hotel Los Almendros, but over the road so guests in the hotel aren’t disturbed. However the proximity of the camp ground means hotel guests are able to use the added facilities such as playground, games room, tennis court, BBQs, and swimming pool.

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All rooms at the Hotel Los Almendros are equipped with air conditioning systems for those hot summer days and are warmed using central heating during the colder times. Flat screen satellite TV, en suite bathroom, and Wi-Fi Internet are also included. The hotel terrace offers magnificent views of the area and is a great place to relax with a book or drinks at sundown. Continue reading Hotel Los Almendros, Cortes de la Frontera ***

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