I must have passed Rincón de La Victoria (a seaside town just east of Malaga) a thousand times on the motorway. To be honest it looks an unremarkable, nondescript place from from the highway. But once down on the coast one finds that the town has created a coastal walk combining a disused railway cutting and vertiginous paths – the original part of Malaga’s senda litoral coastal walk. Really enjoyable to explore.
Along the way there are little shrines to the Virgen del Carmen – the fishermen’s icon.
Lunch was great and so cheap! 5 euro for sardines.
Few tourists here – the seafront was full with residents enjoying the winter sunshine. I’ve revised my opinion of Rincón 😉