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Caminito del Rey is an itinerary that will let you walk across the heart of Desfiladero de los Gaitanes (Gaitanes Ravine) throgugh the gateways attached to a rock one hundred meters above the ground, discovering remote landscapes and experiencing...more
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4 hikers (ages 40,40,66 & 67) took 2 1/2 hours for this hike. We did not hurry but took lots of pictures. The boardwalk was safe, the views were great. It was an adventure like no other especially because we have all hiked a lot...More
We drove upto Embalse Del Conde de Guadhalhorce which is at the North entrance near El Kiosco. Parking is probelamatical, but a new visitor centre is nearly complete and this has a large parking area.
We booked tickets for a Tuesday before we left England...More
Beautiful walk! Definitely worth it. One thing that has to improve is the possibility to park you car. When we arrived around noon it seemed impossible to park our car on the parking lot (it was full) or somewhere along the road. Eventually after some...More
The walk along the valley, where the trail is set very high above the canyon. It is amazing that people can built it up and even set up a railroad on the opposite side. At the same time beautiful and also dramatic, monumental views of...More
An amazing walk way. Carefully restored with great views and breathtaking heights. The walkway feels safe and safety measures are in place such as the wearing of protective headgear. Water is essential so take It with you and keep rehydrated. Plenty of places to rest...More
The visit to El Caminito del Rey was organized by a travel agent - one part of our Andalusian vacation. I had no idea what the walk would be like before I got there.
Not a fan of heights, they definitely make me nervous and...More
Stunning views both while on the cliff walkways and also from the footpaths before/after them. On the day I was meant to go it was closed due to strong winds however I was informed about the 100 tickets available daily from Malaga's rail station (ticket...More
Wow what a beautiful walk through a magnificent valley, nothing could have prepared me for such rugged beauty and precarious walkways, although it looks a little scary it’s very safe for all ages, for me I can’t wait to do it again but I would...More
It was the fifth time, and it’s just amazing everything
After the ticket price of 10e there are no , no shows anymore and you get some tickets
Nice to see that also new path are on their way...
I recommend, go and...More
Response from Jonathan A | Reviewed this property |
As other people have said, yes they do close for safety reasons if the wind gets too high. I don't know about rain but I can imagine if there's the chance of lightning this could be another safety issue. If it does close... More
As other people have said, yes they do close for safety reasons if the wind gets too high. I don't know about rain but I can imagine if there's the chance of lightning this could be another safety issue. If it does close then I think you can either get a refund or possible transfer to another time/date.
If it closes and you're around for a few days afterwards there is still a chance of doing the walk even if it's fully booked, and without going all the way to the location to find out. Each day there are 100 tickets available to buy from Malaga train station, on sale between 6am and 9am only. These tickets include the walk plus train travel to El Chorro and shuttle bus from El Chorro to the start point of the walk.