Cómpeta is a town and municipality in the comarca of Axarquía, and province of Málaga, part of the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain. The municipality is situated approximately 18 kilometres from the coast (Costa del Sol), and 52 kilometres from Málaga, the provincial capital. It is situated at 638 metres above sea level in the foothills of La Maroma (the highest peak of the Sierra Tejeda). The population is spread over the southern slopes of the Sierra de Almijara.
Restaurants in Competa
5 based on 104 reviews
A fascinating winery, in the picturesque Axarquia's hills, just 40 minutes drive from Malaga. Come for a Tour & Tasting, A Complete Wine Experience or Just Lunch. On the tour you visit the vineyard and the production centre, learning about the bodega's history and approach to wine making before relaxing in the wine salon to enjoy a guided tasting of the superb wines. To enjoy the Complete Wine Experience stay for an elegant lunch, the menus (3-course or 5-course) designed around the wine. There are facilities for disabled visitors and there is a parking area. Children may visit accompanied by an adult or adults who take full responsibility for them. Tour & Tasting: 9,00€ pp Complete Wine Experience: 28,50€ (3-course menu) or 39,00€ (5-course menu)pp Just Lunch: 23,50€ (3-course menu) or 34,00€ (5 course menu).
The people at Bodegaz Bentomiz are really friendly and have a very interesting, well explained and humorfull story about their winery. However the absolute highlight of the visit is the lunch; a very broad variaty of dishes and tastes compaired with their exentric, complex but also very tastefull wines. Definitely go for the 5 course menu, it is worth every cent :-)
4.5 based on 88 reviews
4.5 based on 241 reviews
When the summer temperature rises radically, I can imagine that a hiking in this hilly city requires its athletic ability.December month and temperature around 15 degrees and the tourist season goes a bit more on low speed. A great opportunity to visit this mountain town that clings to the mountain range.Lots of picturesque environments and beautiful ornaments on the small house façades.The Old Fountain is a brilliant example.
4.5 based on 762 reviews
For the second time in three years we enjoyed seeing snow on the mountain backdrop of the canalised section of the Rio Chilla, bordered with thick vegetation and trees, which leads to the sea.
5 based on 160 reviews
Black Frog Divers is a friendly Internationally recognised PADI Diving Centre located in Torrox Costa, southern Spain. Torrox Costa, the place where you can find "The best weather in Europe" is less than one hour drive from Malaga and Granada airports. Torrox is one of the Andalusian white villages (like Nerja, Torre del Mar or Frigiliana, to name a few), overlooking the sea with a beautiful mountain backdrop. The Black Frog Divers dive centre is part of the Laguna Beach complex, which is conveniently located close to the shore. The Black Frog Divers team is small, consisting of two passionate and highly experienced PADI divers. Providing a very personal service concentrating on giving clients one to one attention and training ensuring an enjoyable and memorable experience. They speak Spanish, English, Italian and Polish and teach in the mother tongue of diving "sign language". As an established PADI Certified Resort, the team at Black Frog Divers offer recreational scuba dives to certified divers along with courses from "PADI Discover Scuba" to "PADI Dive Master". For those who want to explore the marine world from the surface we also offer guided "snorkelling" trips. We have a very big assortment of equipment for any age and size. The Mediterranean Sea is a rich environment with water temperatures varying between 14 and 28 degrees (winter and summer) and that makes scuba diving possible for year-round. As well as our characteristically professional and friendly service we ensure that you can see the best dive sites the Costa tropical has to offer, La Herradura, Marina del Este, Tarifa, Cado de Gata, and Calahonda. We dive from both shore and from the boat. We regularly organize diving trip abroad, exploring the underwater wonders of Egypt, Polynesia, Canary Islands and Asia to name a few. The Costa del Sol and Costa Tropical have a rich range of marine life, octopus, moon fish, nudi-branches, scorpion fish, star fish, crabs, eels and much more. Living in rocks, caves, wrecks and in the great underwater Panorama. For more information visit our Diving Centre page, follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Google+ or get update through our Blog.
Even before arriving Sara was super helpful via email giving us all The information we needed. It was easy to find, just off a main road in Torrox and everyone working there was super friendly. Run by Sara and Marcin (and cutest baby Olivia!) they made us feel totally at ease. Morning dive la hedurra, my partner and I were beginners and Marcin was a calming influence under the water. He was so reassuring and helpful, it made us feel so much more relaxed knowing he was guiding us. 60 minutes scuba diving was the perfect amount for our first experience. Highly highly recommend this place - they were so friendly and informative, loved every minute! Thank you for a great experience!!
5 based on 101 reviews
Welcome to Torrenigma, the place where you'll find awesome and original adventures through our 100% exclusive stories and enigmas. A very different Escape Room that makes the difference! Designed & created by filmmakers to make you feel you're inside a real story. Visit us now, what are you waiting for?
Amazing experience, well spent time with friends, something new and really active to do. Worthy money (and it´s not an expensive activity).
Lots of fun, team work is the key to success ;)
Time flies when you are inside, you are suddenly using all your skills to resolve the mistery, you have to become Sherlock or Poirot or Mrs. Marple :D and keep your eyes wide open to see what suppose to stay unseen.
Highly recommended for families, friends, team building or even as a Bday or Xmas gift.
I have never been in the Escape room before but it didn't matter. Guys did a great job to make us feel great there. They took their time to explain everything (from where to park in crowdy season, through clear rules, to recommend us the best place to eat after game), to answer our questions, so nice and friendly staff.
I cant wait for a new adventure to be ready in December :)
4.5 based on 66 reviews
Trailblazers-pro have been running off road motorcycle tours at Competa Costa del Sol since 2003. We provide a fun way to ride off road in Spain using our bikes. Our location is in Competa and we open from 9:00 - 17:00. Our tours range from 1 day to 5 day tours, these run continuously throughout the year at dates to suit you.
As long as your expectations are set right, you'll have a great time riding with Graham.
Swing a leg over a KTM, most of which are not too clapped out, and hit the "trail." Just keep in mind (if you are from the States) that they have a different definition of trail. Dirt road riding past casas counts. Still, with this expectation, enjoy the fun and beauty.
You will get in some short bits of Single Track if Graham figures you can handle it - it's not difficult for the average US off-road rider. I figure we had 1/4 Single Track, 1/4 double track, 1/4 pavement, and 1/2 dirt road (like a fire road). I know - that makes 5/4. But hey - you get more than you pay for with this outfit.
Only knock on Graham is if you wait for the dust to settle a bit, he may turn off the main road upon which you may have to wait for him to circle back for you. He thinks he waits to see all at a turn, but he does not.
Don't let that stop you from having a good time. Spain is beautiful, and dirt biking is a great way to experience it!
4 based on 15 reviews
Don't do this walk expecting a world heritage site at the end of it. Do this walk to travel through history in the footsteps of goat herds, Romans, Moors and rural Spaniards. Start below the burial ground in Canillas. You will see the old zig zag Roman track clearly from here. Down past the goat shed and through the olive grove, enjoy the flowers and just think of the millions of people who have been here before you all through history.
Bring water and even a snack to enjoy at the bridge. Look out for kingfishers and other little Spanish exotic birds at the bridge. Then just sit and listen and take a little time to yourself.
Do this in the morning and you will have a little shade on the uphill return journey. Or be adventurous and head up the other side and and along the old track to Arches.
4 based on 164 reviews
If you’re following the main narrow village streets in Frigiliana, you’ll definitely get to the charming Plaza de Iglesias, where the San Antonio de Padua church is located.
The church was built in 1676 and is named after the patron saint of Frigiliana.
A century after its construction, the church was refurbished and got its current appearance.
Like all the buildings in Frigiliana, the facades of this church are white-washed as well.
Some call the interior a ‘hidden gem’; I guess this is a bit to much honor, however the altar and the ornaments are lovely and charming indeed.
If the doors are open (mostly during daytime), a short visit is recommendable.
4 based on 431 reviews
We drove to Torrox Costa by car from Nerja & took a stroll along the long Promenade. Its a pleasant walk, easy, flat, with shops & cafe's close by. The beach itself is typical of the area.....dull grey sand that looks less appealing than golden or pale sand. Lots of parking close to the beach. The village of Torrox is a few kilometers in land and more appealing & interesting than Torrox Costa.
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