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Caminito Del Re, Costa del Sol

Categories: Canyons, Nature & Parks
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4.3/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web
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  • A must for anyone who is around, this should you have seen. By train you can get to El Chorro, true to the train station every half an hour a bus we departs to the (Northern) entrance. You get than at your own pace along the path. From the end of the beautiful walk is still several hundred meters to the same train station of El Chorro. Be on time to buy tickets!
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  • The site looks great. The hiking path which was very dangerous has been completely rehabilitated and is no risk. Not recommended anyway for those who are prone to Vertigo. The walk takes about 3 hours. As often in Spain access is very poorly indicated. This is not a loop and the Camino is made from the North entrance near Ardales to El Chorro with return by bus. price €10 + bus €1.55. with a mandatory Internet booking departure all the 1/2 hours a group of 40 people. access by train by El Chorro
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  • A nice walk on a gerenovereerd path in a beautiful nature area full of ' embalses ' where you can go swimming and picnicking. Quite a challenge because it was at the time the ' most dangerous path ' of Spain. It is a brisk walk of 7.5 km that ends in a bus ride you back to the car park. Really the trouble: respect for the engineering work! Unique!
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  • Spectacular and unique scenery! They really have done a nice job with the renovation and it is definitely worth the visit. You need no special equipment and I would suggest comfortable walking shoes. A protective hard hat is provided. Starting from the North Entrance in Ardales, the entire trek is around 7.5 km of which nearly 5 is the actual Caminito and the rest is arriving to the access.
  • Bought the ticket including bus. Started north side. You mostly walk downhill. Super safe and pretty easy. Really nice views and gets even better when every so often a train passes by. The walk is easy. You can optionally stand on matted glass. Includes metal hanging bridge. Really loved it here. Takes maybe 2 hours to walk at easy sight seeing pace. This used to be for thrill seekers. If you're looking for that, don't bother anymore.
  • It was a great expierience to see the old path and walk this unique landscape. We visited the Caminito in March 2016, when the entrence was free. Now you have to pay fee of EUR 10,00 for entrance. But I also would pay for this walk.
  • Awesome. Only 11,50 euros for 3 hours of stroll and stunning view. Totally secure and even old people can do it. A must do in andalusia.
  • One of the most exhilarating things you can do, the views are second to none whilst walking along the cliff face on a suspended walkway. The route now operates from north to south, the finale being the crossing of the suspended walkway across the gorge onto the wall of the cliff face. A must do, but very sage and professionally maintained.
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