Los Reales de Sierra Bermeja, Estepona
(4.6/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • Worth the climb up the mountain! Beautiful views of the Costa del Sol! From the car park to the observation platform 380 meters walking on rocks. But go easy. The air is saturated with pine trees. On the way you can collect huge cones. On the observation deck is quite windy and cooler. There are also hiking trails on other inspection points in the 1 km long and 1.5 km from the car park.
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  • I advise you to book your table with Carmen before you go because it is a little place and they have a lot of people coming to have lunch, even on sundays. Carmen is a very nice person that served us ...  more »
  • I have always loved looking at this mountain from the coast. Beautiful colours and looks different at different times of day. We picked a fine sunny day in March to go up. The most difficult bit of th...  more »
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  • . Sierra Bermeja - the Red Range. When the sun is on it at a certain angle, you can see why it's called that. Occasionally, very occasionally - once or twice every decade - the Esteponeros wake to see the peak covered in snow. It doesn't last more than breakfast time usually, although if you venture up to the top, from there you can usually see a tipping of snow on further - and higher - peaks. In winter it can be 18 degrees down in Estepona, and minus 3 up on Sierra Bermeja. Wrap up! To get there you drive up the MA-557 road towards Genalguacil. Probably best not to try to pronounce that, bit of a tongue-twister! You get to it by going along the Avenida de Andalucia (inner ring road), and then turning uphill at the traffic lights near the very big Mercadona supermarket. The road is steep and windy; on the way back, it is a fabulous drive with wonderful views down along the coast. At one point on the way up you get to a crossroad with a big tourist sign (Peñas Blancas), and to the left is the sign to Los Reales, straight ahead it is signposted to Jubrique. You turn left. This is the fairly scary bit, as the road is very narrow and hugs the edge of the mountain. Wonderful views down to the left, but the driver is advised not to look - keep your eyes on the road! At one point you may see cars parked by the side of the road, and a sign saying "paseo de los pinsapos". If you wish, you can stop here and take that walk through the forest. If you continue along the road, after a while you come to some sort of summer camp building, drive past that for another bit to the end of the road and the large carpark there. Ahead of you is a narrow stony path that winds round and up the mountain to several excellent viewpoints. The Pinsapos mentioned earlier are a rather rare type of pine tree, which are found only here and in the mountains of Ronda. It is a very attractive tree, with very bushy branches. Once you've seen it, you'll easily recognise it again. Great fun spotting it! The drive back down to Estepona is very good indeed. Or, if you are feeling adventurous, you can, when you get back to the Peñas Blancas crossroad, continue left to Jubrique and Algatocín. .
  • A range of trails with some fantastic look-out points offering panoramic views around the Sierra Bermeja, including Gibraltar with Morocco in the distance. We drove from Estepona along a winding mountain road in around 35-40 mins. The last few kilometres from the main road to the car park is along a narrow road, but we met few vehicles and there are some places to pull in. There was a short hike (approx. 1km) along a well-defined but occasionally rough trail, manageable in running shoes.
  • The trails are more for vehicles and are clearly logging roads on a couple. We weren't able to reach any real historical sites but there are some pretty views here.
  • Beautiful girl. Two must-see: the lookout and fir forest. The viewpoint is reached following the road until one of the two parking lots that are, one just before a bar and another a little later. And then 5 minute walk along a path. If you dare you can follow the path to another viewpoint which is located next to the antennas you'll inevitably see. From any of the viewpoints you have views of the costa del sol, Estepona, the Strait and even Africa on clear days. The FIR forest is accessed from a curve of 180º left marked with a sign shortly before reaching the former parking lots. There are cars parked so that it is easy to locate it.
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  • Place nature animals field trees snow. Close. Good road
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