Coín woos nature-loving tourists as a walker’s paradise

The town has a municipal trail network totalling 75 kilometres

A waterfall along a trail in the Barranco Blanco zone Photo: D. Fernández

WITH inland and active tourism continuing to surge in popularity – visits to inland Málaga province surging by 8.6% to over 1.1 million last year, according to the tourism board – the town of Coín in the Guadalhorce valley is wooing nature-loving tourists by billing itself as a walker’s paradise.

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