went along here early may 9 and there was a police speedtrap.
Police speed trap consisted of an un-marked car sitting near road, sometimes on verge not always in a lay-by, with a big fat cop in a marked (police) shirt with a speed gun zapping people as they passed the car, going away from (past) him. then about 2km down road two cops on police bikes waiting!
i think this is common practice for speedtraps in southern spain, and saw similar set up on the road from Sevilla to Jerez during race weekend!
And no they did not nick me for speeding, a) i was not speeding officer, and b) luckily i was going in the opposite direction so saw the two police bikes first
Another good road from Ronda area - if you are near Ronda chances are youll be on a great road!
Can be quite tight, and then a bit more open allowing a bit more of a flowing ride.
This route starts off a bit narrow at the A7 End on the coast (mostly solid white lines and armcos with not much run off), but the A369 gradually builds into a great twisting frenzy of open corners and mostly good road surface, that really gets you moving and is thoroughly recommended. Not much other traffic around and some great mountain views in places. You can really move on this stretch.