In line with the series of armbands to bond provinces together we have been creating the whole season, we have chosen two impressive rock formations for our outing against Málaga CF: Torcal de Antequera, in Malaga, and Mallos de Riglos, in Huesca.

In our design, the shapes and colours of their walls have been synthesised to merge these two natural monuments into one geometric visual interpretation. 

El Torcal de Antequera • Malaga

The National Park of El Torcal is considered as the highest expression of karst landscapes in Europe. Originated by the marine sediment accumulation naturally compacted into different layers, it has taken several hundred million years to form. This unique natural landscape was inscribed on UNESCO’s List of World Heritage Sites, and is known for its natural beauty and the impressive geological formations that craft it.

El Torcal de Antequera. Source: El Torcal de Antequera

Mallos de Riglos • Huesca

Located on the river Gallego, they were originated during the Alpide orogeny, at the same time as the Pyrenees. These geological formations of a reddish colour reach up to 275 metres and you can easily see vultures and other birds of prey flying over their top. Their characteristic walls are a reference for climbers from all over the world, as you can find about 200 rock-climbing routes. It is also possible to enjoy this area by walking along their various hiking routes.

Here you can see other perspectives of this astonishing location which is definitely worth a visit.