Granada - Trevélez - Busquístar - La Tahá - Bubión - Granada
The Alpujarra is an ideal region for hiking. It is located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada and is dotted with tiny villages that cling to the mountainsides or nestle in deep valleys that look towards the Mediterranean. Its unique geography and fascinating history (where the Granada "Mosircos" played such a vital role in their rebellion against the all-powerful Philip II), make this an area replete with depth, colour, beauty, legend and romance. Come and hike through it, lodging at the end of the each day in tranquil country hotels in three different villages: Trevélez - the Iberian Peninsular's highest, famours for its traditional ham-curing; Busquístar - whose names means "hidden Moorish paradise"; Bubión, our last stop, located in the gorgeous Poqueira valley.
Duration: 8 days.
Groups: 6 to 16 people.
Includes: Accommodation with breakfast in double room. Dinners and picnics en route. Hiking Guide. Luggage transfer. Alhambra visit. Insurance.