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    I have 3 days of bike riding planed, based in Malagha any tips on good roads would be appreciated ?
    Thank you in advance

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    Head nort east or west for half an hour and then the fun begins. Lots of fantastic roads in any of the national parks

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    thank you

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    Take the coast road East through Nerja as far as Motril then up into the Sierra Nevada National Park You could get up to Granada and see the Alhambra if you were so inclined?
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    Learn to spell it correctly...

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    Malaga to San Pedro via the A7. San Pedro to Ronda. Ronda to Caceres. Then down to the A7 and back to Malaga. Not all in one day so you can enjoy the nice evenings and a beer or two.
    2002 1150 Adventure.

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    THANK YOU FOR THE TIPS
    mALAGA FOR MR PERFECT
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    There is a great mountain road to Granada from Almunecar A4050 via Otivar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke scott View Post
    Malaga to San Pedro via the A7. San Pedro to Ronda. Ronda to Caceres. Then down to the A7 and back to Malaga. Not all in one day so you can enjoy the nice evenings and a beer or two.
    Nice route. I've done this several times. The A7000 heading north from Malaga is worth a look, too. In reality there are so many good roads in the area that you are spoiled for choice and in 3 days you can't hope to do them all. If I had to pick just one it has to be the A-369 from San Pedro to Ronda. Epic!

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    Thanks Again for your help all noted down .

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    Great road WE had a class run up to GranadaThank you for the tip

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    We realy enjoyed the 4050 thanks

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    San pedro to Ronda what a great piece of Tar this is a truely Epic piece of road we did it Twice Thankyou.

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    Thank you one and all

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