The Coastal Trail

The Mountain Trail​

Off-road School

Price list

* Tours can be customized to client's request

** Snacks and cold drinks are included in the price

*** All tours and lessons must be reserved in advance

We’ll take you into Los Alcornocales Natural Park, which is the world’s 2nd largest cork oak forest, extending over 170,000 hectares of land in the eastern Cadiz province and western Malaga province. Experience real peace and tranquility as we drive you through mountain passes which give way to majestic views across the Bay to Gibraltar. You’ll stop at one of these viewpoints to enjoy a picnic lunch.

We offer you an enjoyable learning experience to learn how to drive your off-road vehicle, in a carefully designed course with professional, highly experienced, English and Spanish speaking instructor.

The course will cover all the terrain you are most likely to encounter. Dirt track, loose gravel, rocky hills, deep mud, ditches, water, steep ascents and descents, slippery slopes and sand. Gain the confidence and learn how to retrieve yourself from a failed hill climb with safety, an instructor will accompany you at all times for your peace of mind.


We’ll strat driving up the Gaudiaro and Genil rivers and up to the small picturesque town of Gaucin after a short tour throgh the village we will continue for lunch in El Colmenar on the enterance of the Alcornocales Natural Park and continue driving through the enchanting forest discovering the different vegetation and wildlife of the area.

One day tour​ 
7 to 9 hours
Moonlight tour​ 
4 to 5 hours
1/2 Day off road lesson 
4 hours
Full day off road lesson ​
7 to 9 hours 

On the romantic ‘Moonlight Trail’ you’re likely to see some of the wildlife of the area – deer, roe deer, foxes, polecats, wildcats and more, the Alcornocales also boast an important population of eagles and falcons.

Moonlight Trail

The trail then leads down towards the spectacular coastline of Tarifa. A stop at the windmill farm allows you to capture the commanding views across the Straits to Morocco. Down at the beach the beauty of the natural rock formations blends in with the man-made watchtowers perched high on each point.