Torcal de Antequera
This national park is 12 square kilometres of weather beaten limestone - what geologists call a karst landscape. We first visited in 2007 when it was wet and misty so decided to try again in 2008. The landscape is fantastic although one needs to be pretty surefooted to get around. The place is advertised as having wildlife - as so many place are - which is why it was very satisfying to see some ibex as well as the usual griffon vultures.
You travel north from Malaga, there is a visitor centre at the national park and adequate parking.