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Hiking Southern Spain: Authentic Andalusia


Hiking Southern Spain: Authentic Andalusia

Day 1 - Granada/Benalua de Guadix

Arrive in Granada by 4pm to meet your CEO and fellow travellers. From our meeting point at Hotel Plaza Nueva, hop in a private transfer to Benalua de Guadix. After a short welcome meeting, opt to head out for dinner with the group.

Day 2 - Benalua de Guadix

Walk with the group from the hotel into the surrounding landscape. View the eroded hills dotted with cave dwellings. The hills are quite similar in looks to the ones in the deserts of Arizona. Stop at the viewpoint in Benalua to take in everything before continuing along the ridge with sweeping views across the valley until reaching Guadix. The group will enjoy time for a light lunch on their own in the Guadix historic centre and then be transferred by private vehicle to Cueva Museo for a glimpse of life in a traditional cave dwelling.

Day 3 - Benalua de Guadix/Canillas de Albaida

On today's hike, travel towards the Sierra de Huetor, a range of rugged hills north of the Sierra Nevada. Trek through forests of pine and take in panoramic views of the mountains. Later, continue to Canillas de Albaida, nestled along the slopes of the Sierra de Almijara.

Day 4 - Canillas de Albaida

Today you are going to explore Caminito del Rey, once the world's most hazardous footpath. This almost 8-kilometre path was once considered one of the most dangerous in the world. Today the entire route has been carefully restored, but although it's now much safer, one thing hasn't changed - the unique experience of strolling along walkways hanging over 100 metres up on a sheer cliff face. The views are unforgettable. In 1921, King Alfonso XIII officially opened this feat of engineering, taking the walkway to the Conde de Guadalhorce dam, and since then it has been known as "the King's little walk" - Caminito del Rey.

Day 5 - Canillas de Albaida

Take on the Sierra de Almijara, a range of marble-rich mountains that meander down to the Mediterranean coast. Hike up to the Puerto Blanquillo mountain pass at an altitude of 1.260m before descending to the village of Competa. Enjoy a tasting at a local winery. Walk an ancient path through lush fruit orchards and fields.

Day 6 - Canillas de Albaida

Depart at any time.

Vad ingår?


Hotel (5 nts).

Lokal transport

Private vehicle, hiking.


Meals Included: 5 breakfasts
Meals Budget: Allow USD215-280 for meals not included.

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