How to hike the historic Arabic Staircase – Escalera Arabe El Chorro

Arabic Staircase Malaga

If you’re looking for a unique hike for the whole family, the Escalera Arabe in El Chorro is the perfect place for you. In English, it means Arabic Staircase and has gotten its name from the ancient man-made steps you’ll ascent on the trail. Nobody knows exactly how old they are or why they were […]

The ultimate guide to hiking El Saltillo: Malaga’s rising star!

El Saltillo Malaga

El Saltillo trail first got its name on the map in October 2020 when it reopened after months of construction work on the trail. A new hanging bridge made El Saltillo, Malaga, one of Andalucia’s new highlights! Now, the earlier unknown trail has made the news as it boasts Spain’s third-longest suspension bridge of 54 […]

How to hike Rio Cerezuelo Cazorla

Rio Cerezuelo Cazorla

Rio Cerezuelo in Cazorla is one of the most stunning hikes you can do from the village. Starting off along the lush river, crossing wooden bridges, leaving the river continuing up to the mesmerizing Malena waterfall, and rounding off with breathtaking views of Cazorla on the way back. If you’re looking for an easy morning […]

El Caminito del Rey Malaga: All you need to know to walk Spain’s most popular hike

El Caminito del Rey

Once known as the most dangerous hike in the world, El Caminito del Rey in Malaga was reopened in 2015 with a new, safe walkway pinned along the 100-meter tall vertical cliffside. It’s now accessible for anyone that can handle vertigo that follows along the jaw-dropping path. If you plan on going on a hiking […]

9 Amazing hikes in Sierra Nevada Spain for every level

Hiking Sierra Nevada Spain

Sierra Nevada National Park in Spain is jam-packed with impressive hiking routes crossing the astounding 3000-meter peaks that the park is so famous for. For many, it can seem intimidating to go there. With not much hiking experience, it can seem like a destination out of reach. But Sierra Nevada is so much more than […]

Hiking Rio Molinos: How to hike Almeria’s lush river walk

Rio Molinos Almeria

Sometimes, all you need is to hear drizzling water, birds singing, and to breathe in the fresh scent of trees. Rio Molinos in Bayárcal is the perfect place for that! An easy yet breathtaking hike crossing the river multiple times, passing old water mills, and taking in beautiful views. This is just a little of […]

Complete Mulhacen hiking guide: The top of the Iberian Peninsula!

Mulhacen hiking

If you’re up for a true bucket list hike, Mulhacen, Spain is your peak! Being the highest mountain in Sierra Nevada, the second highest peak in Spain, the highest in mainland Spain, as well as the Iberian Peninsula, there is no doubt it’s worth the climb. This is one of the best hikes in southern […]

Ruta de Los Venados: An easy family hike in Sierra Morena, Cordoba

Hike Ruta de Los Venados Sierra Morena Cordoba

Just outside of Sierra de Hornachuelos Natural Park in the astounding Sierra Morena mountains, there is a vast network of hiking trails of different levels and difficulties. Ruta de Los Venados is an easy family hike going through old oak trees, rising up to astounding views, and circling back down along a vivid river. Starting […]

How to hike El Chullo Sierra Nevada: Almeria’s highest peak

Hike El Chullo Sierra Nevada

When you think of the highest peak in the province you usually expect it to be a bit of a challenge. But El Chullo, Almeria province’s highest peak, is anything but challenging. It’s actually a great beginner’s hike for anyone wanting to start out on the peaks. Towering above 2600 meters of altitude, the hike […]

Pico Gilillo Cazorla: How to conquer Sierra de Cazorla’s highest peak!

Pico Gilillo Cazorla

If you’re looking for a full day, spectacular hike with 360 views in Sierra de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas Natural Park, then Pico Gilillo is an excellent choice. Easily accessed from the village of Cazorla, it’s a popular route, though most hikers don’t make it to the actual top, but just cross the mountain […]