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Juzcar, Malaga. El pueblo de los pitufos.

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Es un pueblo situado a 22 kms de Ronda, Malaga., 29462 Juzcar Spain
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eMTB - Genal Valley XC - 34km - Moderate Level
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eMTB - Genal Valley XC - 34km - Moderate Level

This route explores the heart of the Genal Valley, a mountainous region of remote villages and chestnut plantations as far as the eye can see. The trees provide an ever-changing landscape through the year, from bare branches in the winter, to lush green foliage through the summer and then the rich russets of autumn. It is a stunning region to explore by bike.<br><br>We drive from Ronda to the strat point and head straight into the mountains with a descent into the blue village of Juzcar. We then climb to summit where we have fantastic views down to the coast. The "ups and downs" continue, including some terrific descents through the forest. We follow the Rio Seco and finish at the source of the Rio Genal in Igualeja.<br><br>Note: Even with an eMTB, a reasonable level of fitness is required.
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Juliette G wrote a review Mar 2020
14 contributions2 helpful votes
I am very glad to have visited, we did a fabulous hike around the town. There is not much to see or do once you have walked around this very pretty town, so I would recommend that you make it part of a day out rather than the entire day out.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Maurice W wrote a review Dec 2019
Redditch, United Kingdom36 contributions10 helpful votes
We visited Juzcar by taking a diversion from our journey from Marbella area to Ronda. The blue town is worth seeing for a short visit. We are definitely not Smurf fans but the people we met there were polite and helpful. We enjoyed the visit albeit a short one.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Shane B wrote a review Sep 2019
Croydon, United Kingdom513 contributions59 helpful votes
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After looking at photos I was really excited about visiting this village but it was a terrible disappointment. I always try to give positive reviews but it was a complete waste of time. It is very hard to find and the route to it is a hazardous mountain round with loads of 'S' bends with hardly any passing space for oncoming traffic. On arriving you see a pretty village painted blue and that is basically it as there is little else apart from a few wall paintings and a large model of Papa Smurf. We found the locals quite rude and it was basically a ghost town painted blue as no-one seemed to welcome you and we felt like intruders. I can't really understand why apart from being painted blue that this has become a so called tourist attraction as it has nothing there and you would have to be an absolute Smurf fanatic to appreciate it. When you consider the drive to get to it to me it is a no brainer as there is nothing actually to see. The surrounding mountain area is quite attractive as are the vies but you can find that anywhere in Spain. Also when we arrived everything apart from a couple of chemists and a little bar everything was closed, even the toilets. Definitely not worth the trip as from the coast it would take you about 1.5 hours to stay for 20-30 minutes.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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recordhater wrote a review Sep 2019
Jalon, Spain444 contributions168 helpful votes
Blue buildings and a few links to the Smurfs but so little open. One bar, no tourist information, an odd shop. Took our friends to see it after reading about it in an airline magazine but this will be our one and only visit. Some quirky photo opportunities but not worth the drive.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Mez wrote a review Jun 2019
Puerto de la Duquesa, Spain3 contributions2 helpful votes
We found Juzcar incredibly boring and overrated. We took some beautiful photos with the kids but other than that there was nothing there. We found one bar open and a small tourist shop. The place itself is very out the way and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. My children were bored as were we.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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