How to hike Rio Borosa Cazorla: An epic river walk!

Rio Borosa Cazorla

Deep in Cazorla, Segura y las Villas Natural Park in Jaén, you find an intriguing path and boardwalk crisscrossing the vivid Rio Borosa and Cerrada de Elias gorge, followed by glittering, turquoise water holes that are home to mesmerizing cascades. If you want to find out how to explore this natural wonder, you’re in the […]

21 Best hikes in Andalucia: Southern Spain bucket list hikes

Best hiking Andalucia Spain

Hiking in Andalucia is definitely worthy of your Spain bucket list! With a large variety of landscapes boasting coastal hikes like no other, rivers, ravines, waterfalls, and bare rugged 3000-meters peaks, it’s a wonderful destination for outdoor lovers! Having lived in the region for over 10 years and hiked in all 8 provinces, here are […]

Complete guide to hike Bonales: Huelva’s highest mountain

Hike Bonales techo de Huelva

Huelva isn’t exactly famous for high, challenging peaks. It’s actually to the point that you’ll be warned about an extremely long and steep uphill when it’s nothing worse than walking the hill from my local supermarket. This means that hiking to the top of Huelva is a fairly easy challenge that anyone can take on. […]

12 Easy hiking trails for beginners in Andalucia

Hiking trails for beginners

If you’re a new hiker you might not want to head out on the most technically challenging or the steepest and longest trails just yet. It’s always safe to start out with easy hikes that are well marked and don’t take too long. Lucky for you, Andalucia is full of great hiking trails for beginners. […]

Complete guide to hiking Pico El Terril: Seville’s highest mountain

Hiking Pico Terril Seville

While Seville isn’t the most renowned destination for hiking, it doesn’t mean that it doesn’t have mountains. The highest mountain in the province is Pico El Terril in Sierra del Tablón, and it’s a must to climb! This remote corner of Seville is actually only a few minutes from the border to Malaga and Cadiz […]

Hiking in Cordoba’s Sierra Morena: Ruta Pinos, Vegosa, Venados y Plata

Hiking Ruta Pinos, Vegosa, Venados y Plata

If you’re looking for a fairly easy walk, yet with some steep sections, varied landscape, and spectacular views, the lovely Ruta Pinos, Vegosa, Venados y Plata is for you. This makes a wonderful family hike, but also a nice solo hike to soak in the sweet scents of the trees and the glittering lake views. […]

How to hike Pico Torrecilla: Malaga’s biggest pride!

Pico Torrecilla Malaga

When asking any Malagueño (aka person from Malaga) what The mountain to climb is, there is only one answer to that, and it’s Pico Torrecilla (1919m) in Sierra de Las Nieves Natural Park. The second highest peak in Malaga after La Maroma (2066m) is still believed by many locals to be the highest in the […]

15 Amazing hikes in Malaga for your bucket list

Best hikes in Malaga

Malaga is one of the top places to go hiking in Andalucia with mountains overlooking the never-ending coastline, jaw-dropping canyons, curious wildlife, and seriously unforgiving peaks. There are endless hiking trails all over the coastal mountain ranges that range from easy to difficult, breathtaking, and fun. But the inland has numerous whitewashed villages that are […]

How to hike to Cala de San Pedro in Cabo de Gata (from Las Negras)

Cala de San Pedro Cabo de Gata Almeria

There are not many places you can go camping in nature in Andalucia. Especially beach camping is completely illegal. But there is one place you can set up the tent on the beach where the police is well aware and even protecting the activity. The hippie settlement of Cala de San Pedro in Cabo de […]