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The Rio Grande Valley has so much to offer you for your outdoor activities!

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There is a network of trails and routes for public use designed and inspired by the principles of sustainable development, based on the protection and conservation of the values and natural resources of our natural environment, in order to develop all its potentialities. (" Network of Routes and Trails of Coín "
to see this and other routes).

Walking trails

Starting from Pizarra, in the heart of the Guadalhorce River plain, we will access, after enjoying the typical landscapes and aromas of citrus, to the most extensive area of cereal vocation in the region: La Jara.

" Network of Routes and Trails of Coín "
" Routes by Guadalhorce region "

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Bicycle Routes

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Interesting for bird watching, especially those linked to aquatic or river environments. But a specific species makes this place multiply its environmental value: the black stork.


" Network of Routes and Trails of Coín "
" Routes through the regions "



Rio Grande Natural Valley
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Costa del Sol Tourism CEO:

"Inland and nature tourism and the promotion of unique experiences," have become a key piece in the strategy that Turismo Costa del Sol wants to deploy in the face of a necessary reactivation of tourism, after the devastating effects of the pandemic ".

This is how he has cited within that so-called 'green revolution' in the province the Caminito del Rey, the Gran Senda, the Guadalhorce green corridor project, the investments that are going to be made in the surroundings of the La Viñuela reservoir, among others.

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Camina Río Grandecon nosotros el 11 de Mayo de 2024

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