Walking in Andalucia
Walking in this area of Spain is pleasureable during the Spring, Autumn and Winter seasons. The summer heat can be overwelming and we would reccommend you avoid walking throughout the day during this period. The long cool days of Spring are probably the best time to walk and there is less likelihood of rain.
Andalucian International Walking & Cultural Festival
“A Unique Celebration of Spanish Culture”
Andalucian International Walking & Cultural Festival is packed with an exciting range of activities such as Olive Harvest & Virgin Oil Production, Andalucian Cookery Classes, Pottery, Bodega Wine Tasting Tour, Oil Painting. Each day there will be a choice of two walks of different grades in and around the nearby Sierra de las Nieves Nature Park. The festival also coincides with two local fiestas - Andalucia Day and The Carnival of El Burgo - a fantastic opportunity for festival goers to immerse themselves in traditional Spanish culture.
The Sierra de Cazorla
Greenways in Andalucia
El Aceite 55 kilometres
Jaén -Torredelcampo – Torredonjimeno - Martos-Bobadilla – Alcaudete – Rio Guadajoz
Los Alcores 28 kilometres
Alcalá de Guadaira - Gandul - el Viso del Alcor – Carmona
Puerto de Laya - Pico El Grando – Cabezas del Pasto - Mina las Herrerías
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