Meet your driver for the ride through the Guadalhorce Valley to Caminito del Rey and the massive hydroelectric dam. Arrive at the check point and suit up with harness and helmet. You can only take a small backpack with drinks and snacks. We recommend tennis shoes or hiking boots. Begin your walk on what was once the service road for the dam works. Built at the beginning of the 20th century and named for King Alfonso XIII, the trail was recently completely renovated to allow hikers access once again. Climb on narrow pathways high above the river into the Desfiladero de Gaitanes. As you walk, enjoy the views and wildlife along the way.
Take a South Olé guided tour across the Spanish border into British territory, where you’ll spend sterling, see British bobbies and visit the southernmost point in Europe. Climb to the top of Gibraltar’s Rock along narrow lanes in a Rock […]
Ascend into the Alpujarra mountains, half-way between Granada and the Mediterranean. This entire area was inhabited by the conquered Moors until the mid 1500’s, when they were expelled from Spain. We’ll climb the mountain roads up the highest range in […]
The sherry capital of the world (Jerez de la Frontera) was once also a frontier town in the medieval battles between Christians and Moors. Meet your guide for a walking tour of the fortified walls, medieval churches, palaces and Jewish […]
Local 49P Puerto de Estepona
29680 Estepona Málaga Spain
Sun - Fri 10.00 - 18.00 Saturday CLOSED