The Best Places to Go Swimming Near Malaga • Toma & Coe
They don’t call it the Costa del Sol for nothing – the province of Malaga enjoys around 320 days of sunlight a year. This wall-to-wall sunshine can make for some pretty hot summers, but visitors to the region will find themselves spoilt for choice when choosing a spot for a refreshing dip.
Alongside its beautiful beaches, Malaga can also offer turquoise lagoons, crystal clear rivers and stunning natural pools. So grab that towel and get exploring, as we take you through some of the best places to go swimming…
1. Ardales Lakes
The rural village of Ardales is located in the countryside near Ronda, an hour’s drive from the city of Malaga. Ardales is known for its collection of stunning reservoirs – or embalses – which are dotted throughout the pine forests a mere stone’s throw from the entrance to the famous walking trail, El Caminito del Rey. These three huge lakes were originally created by a dam built across the Guadalhorce river gorge.
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