Atajate is a small white village in Serranía de Ronda, perched between the Guadiaro and Genal valleys. With a privileged location in a wonderful natural setting, it is the starting point of several hiking routes. The Church of San José or San Roque is the main tourist attraction in town – the town with the smallest population in Málaga Province. When coming to Atajate, remember to see the ruins of the Santa Cruz Tower, visit the site of Los Tajos and taste a delicious almond cheese (marzipan).

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Situated in Atajate in the Serrania de Ronda, Hostal Restaurante El Paisaje provides accommodation with amazing views, free WiFi and access to a garden with a terrace. A continental breakfast can be enjoyed at the property. The restaurant serves…

We are in the Andalucian town of Atajate, just 17 kilometres from Ronda on the scenic road to Gaucín. In addition to our typical restaurant of the region, we have a hostel and also individual houses. Hostal Mesón La Sierra, Atajate

AIL (Agente de Innovación Local): Rogelio Barragán

We organise trail rides and groundwork workshops that offer the chance to learn new skills and experience the stunning scenery and wildlife of the Serrania de Ronda onboard one of our barefoot and bitless team. The fees charged help to support the…

Maria Auxiliadora Sánchez González is the Mayoress of the smallest village of Malaga province.

This Via Ferrata is very accessible from the car park in the pueblo. It is very varied and entertaining as it boasts a monkey bridge and a Tibetan bridge. The greatest difficulty is an overhang at the beginning of the route. Access You can access…