This hike requires an excellent head for heights and sense of adventure.
It can be really dizzying, that narrow chasm between sheer walls of rock. You look down, and it seems the 100-metre fall will never end. When your eyes finally reach the bottom, it’s to meet the dense green waters of the Guadalhorce.
There’s something of Narnia and Middle Earth about this place. As you walk carefully, looking always ahead, you will find a sense of danger and adventurous solitude. This private hike is both an escape and an insight into local nature.