Caminito del Rey
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Caminito del Rey tickets and tours

Discover Caminito del Rey, known as one of the most dangerous routes in the world, located in Malaga, Spain. A favorite for hikers and tourists alike,...

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Restored in March 2015, the Caminito del Rey, formerly a service road, has now become one of the main tourist destinations in the province o...

Duration
8 hours
Available in: English
Guided Tour
$ 51
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If you are looking for an amazing experience along with spectacular views, visit the breathtaking path of El Caminito del Rey (The King’s Li...

Duration
8 hours
Available in: English
$ 51

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The inside story

Discover Caminito del Rey, known as one of the most dangerous routes in the world, located in Malaga, Spain. A favorite for hikers and tourists alike, this walkway suspended over a gorge was reopened in 2015 after undergoing renovations that included more stringent safety measures. Follow the narrow paths and enjoy the breathtaking views and captivating history of one of Malaga's main attractions.

Located between the cities of Álora, Antequera and Ardales in the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes Gorge, the Caminito del Rey was built over 100 years ago as a passage for the workers of the two hydroelectric power plants in the area. Explore one of the most beautiful areas of the province, just 19 miles north from Malaga, located in a unique natural environment!

The path that begins in Ardales and leads to Álora covers a distance of 8 km and can take up to four hours to cross canyons and gorges through the paths. Use and entrance ticket to hike Caminito del Rey solo or join a guided tour to find out more about the construction of the trail and its fascinating history. Book tickets in advance, as this destination is a great destination! It is open from Tuesday to Sunday and requires an admission ticket for all visitors, with a maximum number of visitors authorized per day for security reasons. Note that all travelers will be required to wear a helmet and go through security checks.

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How to get there

Caminito del Rey Calle Conde de Guadalhorce, 29550 Ardales, Málaga, Spain Málaga
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