El Torcal is a medium distance country-tarmac tour passing through the rugged landscapes and the sierras of Abdalajis.
This region is renowned for it's profusion of burial mounds, dolmens, Roman baths, Moorish Castles, Gothic churches and influence on the province.
Points of interest during the tour.
El Torcal, the natural park reserve with the most impressive jurrasic-era landscapes and natural rock sculptures of Europe.
Antequera, the Roman city known as the ''heart of Andalucia'' for its central location among the capitals of the province. The large town is surrounded by its 14th century fortress, ''El Alcazaba de Antequera''.
Convento de la Magdalena, a historic chapel converted into a 5* hotel renowned for its healing during the black plague (1648).