Todmorden, England, United Kingdom
April 12, 2002
It provides a good alternative for the first or last night to stopping in Málaga itself if you are using the airport. It is also on Los Amarillos or Ferón-Coín bus routes to Ronda.
For its price it is a knock-out - en-suite rooms with good facilities, good meals at reasonable prices - what more could be wanted. The town/village itself is picturesque with a ruined castle and there are lemon and orange trees in the vicinity.
All in all this is worth a stop.
No snags? Oh yes; the ascent from the station is very steep and it is worth a cab if possible if you have heavy luggage. I was OK then but would need one now!
From journal Malaga - gateway to Andalucia