This distinguishing mark is given by the Malaga County Council to those tourist establishments (in the categories of accommodation, restaurants or both) which have applied for it, and proved to follow quality principles and respect our environment and culture. This initiative should promote and set up tourism in the interior part of the province, which, considering its special facilities and services, can be an example to this industry, and can be presented on the national and international market as a sample of quality of the Province of Malaga.
The following list includes the Unique Establishments closest to the path El Caminito del Rey (click on the names to get all the information about them).
- Complejo Turístico Rural and Restaurant La Garganta El Chorro
- Complejo Finca Rocabella
- Restaurante Hacienda Los Conejitos.
- Hotel Finca Eslava
- Hotel Convento La Magdalena
- Restaurante El Escribano
- Caserío San Benito
- Restaurante Coso San Francisco.
If in addition to the Unique Establishments referred you want to know the other existing in the province, the Tourist Board of the Málaga County Council has released a digital and multilingual edition (in Spanish , English, French and German) that includes all of them. This book is a compendium of feelings, places, experiences and natural beauty. Unique Establishments included in this publication condense the essence of culinary and scenic province of Malaga. Immerse yourself in its pages and browse our villages in search of experiences. These “unique” places, which have been considered for its special facilities and services, can be an example to this industry, and can be presented on the national and international market as a sample of quality of the Province of Malaga.
The distinction of Uniqueness award the owners of small businesses who do their job responsibly and fondly, and who have restored and recovered buildings, like old houses, country houses, patios or mills, which belong to the age-old architecture and lifestyle, and turned them into tourist attractions. For free downloading of this publication, please choose any of the following formats:
• PDF format: compatible with any PDF viewer such as Acrobat Reader (the file is quite heavy and may take time to download).
• Flash Format: available through Calameo for browsers with Adobe Flash.
• iBook Format: mutimedia digital version for iOS devices available on Apple Store.