The particular appeal of this volcanic mountain range and its residing coastline is how untouched it is by cultural modernization, allowing travelers the opportunity to access secluded beaches, mountain vistas, and innumerable snorkeling and diving areas without the excess of pension-funders.
At the moment, it is a preserved area, but legislation is being put together to allowing dumping of nuclear waste within the park jurisdiction; get in before yet another beautiful pocket of the world has been polluted. There are over a dozen signposted hikes that may all be accomplished in a day's time; Los Geneveses is a short trail that brings you to the best of the volcanic peaks and sandy dunes, while the quick trek to the Torre Vigia lighthouse near Carboneras is replete with spectacular coastal views. There are also dive operators located at Las Negras Beach, in San Jóse, and in La Isleta del Moro. The official site has information on local dive centers, local accommodations, wildlife, and much more.
Note:Your best bet for local accommodations are in the towns of Rodalquilar and San Jose de Níjar, which are great to explore in themselves and have adequate tourist infrastructures.