EXCURSION TO CAMINITO DEL REY
Excursions in Costa Del Sol

EXCURSION TO CAMINITO DEL REY
Excursions in Costa Del Sol

Caminito del Rey is one of the most famous hiking trails in Spain, passing through picturesque valleys, deep gorges, sheer cliffs and a suspension bridge. Gorgeous landscapes, breathtaking views and amazing engineering make this place a must visit for all lovers of unusual nature walks. Excursions in Costa Del Sol
Caminito del Rey is one of the most famous hiking trails in Spain, passing through picturesque valleys, deep gorges, sheer cliffs and a suspension bridge. Gorgeous landscapes, breathtaking views and amazing engineering make this place a must visit for all lovers of unusual nature walks. Excursions in Costa Del Sol
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A group excursion to Caminito del Rey takes place on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays on the Costa del Sol from Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Marbella and Estepona. Excursions in Costa Del Sol.
Price:

  • from Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola and Mijas Costa – 56 € per person
  • from Marbella – 63 € per person
  • from Estepona – 65 € per person (only Tuesdays)
A group excursion to Caminito del Rey takes place on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays on the Costa del Sol from Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Marbella and Estepona. Excursions in Costa Del Sol.

Price:

  • from Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola and Mijas Costa – 56 € per person
  • from Marbella – 63 € per person
  • from Estepona – 65 € per person (only Tuesdays)
The price of the excursion includes:

  • Transfer from Costa del Sol to and from
  • Entrance fees to the Caminito del Rey
  • Visit to an Andalusian village
    The price of the excursion includes:

    • Transfer from Costa del Sol to and from
    • Entrance fees to the Caminito del Rey
    • Visit to an Andalusian village
        Important to know
        • Children under 8 years old are not allowed
        • Entry fees are strictly limited, so travel to the Caminito del Rey must be booked in advance
        • In case of cancellation of the trip, the cost of entrance tickets is not refundable.
        Important to know
        • Children under 8 years old are not allowed
        • Entry fees are strictly limited, so travel to the Caminito del Rey must be booked in advance
        • In case of cancellation of the trip, the cost of entrance tickets is not refundable.
        CAMINITO DEL REY
        The Caminito del Rey is a wonderful walk along steep cliffs, stunning scenery and deep gorges. The history of the trail dates back to 1905. The trail was originally created for workers building a power plant here, and it owes its name to a visit by King Alfonso XIII of Spain. The path later fell into disuse and eventually fell into disrepair. Due to the danger of collapse, the path was officially closed for a long time and travel along it was forbidden.

        However, interest in the Caminito del Rey never waned - the temptation to walk over the precipice with stunning views was too great. Eventually, the local authorities decided to restore it according to all modern safety standards, and in 2015, the renovated structure was opened to the public.

        Since then, it has become one of the most popular and visited sites in Andalusia. Despite the seeming extreme, the route is safe and suitable for almost everyone, with the exception of those with a strong fear of heights. Also, children under the age of 8 are not allowed.

        Wherever necessary, the trail is equipped with handrails and barriers. Most of the trail runs on level ground and is not physically demanding. The total length of the trail is 6 km, of which around 1.5 km is made up of wooden paths along the cliffs. The rest of the trail is on a regular forest trail. On average, the Caminito del Rey takes 2-2.5 hours to complete.
        CAMINITO DEL REY
        The Caminito del Rey is a wonderful walk along steep cliffs, stunning scenery and deep gorges. The history of the trail dates back to 1905. The trail was originally created for workers building a power plant here, and it owes its name to a visit by King Alfonso XIII of Spain. The path later fell into disuse and eventually fell into disrepair. Due to the danger of collapse, the path was officially closed for a long time and travel along it was forbidden.

        However, interest in the Caminito del Rey never waned - the temptation to walk over the precipice with stunning views was too great. Eventually, the local authorities decided to restore it according to all modern safety standards, and in 2015, the renovated structure was opened to the public.

        Since then, it has become one of the most popular and visited sites in Andalusia. Despite the seeming extreme, the route is safe and suitable for almost everyone, with the exception of those with a strong fear of heights. Also, children under the age of 8 are not allowed.

        Wherever necessary, the trail is equipped with handrails and barriers. Most of the trail runs on level ground and is not physically demanding. The total length of the trail is 6 km, of which around 1.5 km is made up of wooden paths along the cliffs. The rest of the trail is on a regular forest trail. On average, the Caminito del Rey takes 2-2.5 hours to complete.
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        Video presentation of Caminito del Rey
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        Варианты оплаты экскурсий
        Travel in Andalusia - Excursions in Costa Del Sol


        info@excursiones-costadelsol.com
        Torremolinos, Malaga, Spain

        Tourist license № GT/06240

        Photos from personal archive and websites Pixabay,
        Unsplash, Depositphotos, Canva
        Варианты оплаты экскурсий
        Travel in Andalusia - Excursions in Costa Del Sol


        info@excursiones-costadelsol.com
        Torremolinos, Malaga, Spain

        Tourist license № GT/06240

        Photos from personal archive and websites
        Pixabay, Unsplash, Depositphotos, Canva