Tag: Caminito del Rey

El Chorro – A natural Paradise in Málaga

The Guadalhorce, Conde de Guadalhorce and Guadalteba reservoirs are located about 60 kilometres northwest of Malaga, one of the most beautiful natural sites in Andalusia. Popularly, these reservoirs are known as the “Reservoirs of El Chorro”.

In the area you can enjoy a wide variety of activities as it is an ideal place to enjoy nature, whether it be with your camera, hiking, cycling, caving, climbing, swimming or fishing.
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Everything you Need to Know to Visit the Caminito del Rey

The Caminito del Rey is one of the most spectacular natural sites in Malaga and Spain.

This magnificent natural site, which is one of the most important climbing areas in Europe, was for years one of the most dangerous trails in the world due to its very poorly maintained walkways.

Since 2015 and after a year of renovation, the Caminito del Rey is now open to the general public and is currently one of the most visited natural areas in the province of Malaga.

Here is everything you need to know to plan an excursion to this beautiful spot.

If you like nature, hiking and do not suffer from vertigo, we strongly recommend you to visit this emblematic place. You will love it!
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