Sierra Bermeja

1,236ha of Sierra Bermeja have been declared a Natural Area. It is the largest massif of peridotite rocks in the world. The rarity of the geological substrate also results in a unique plant population.

The predominant trees in the lower part of the mountain are oaks, in the middle area they are pine trees and at the summit they are Spanish fir trees, with the Paseo de los Pinsapos (a marked path with Spanish firs) being of particular interest.

Near to the summit, there is a lodge with a space for barbeques and from the Los Reales Peak (1,449m) you can enjoy extraordinary views of the coastline, Gibraltar and, on clear days, the Moroccan coast.


Sierra Bermeja
Camino MA 557, partiendo desde Avda. Andalucía en Estepona.
29680 Estepona (Estepona)
Málaga
Tel.: 952798455
 

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Surroundings
Mountain
Classification
Natural landscape
Equipped with access for the disabled
No
Equipped with interpretation centre
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