The Caminito del Rey is the trail that was opened by King Alfonso XIII in 1921. Walk the catwalk that was the most dangerous in the world, now rehabilitated by the Diputación de Málaga.
Restored in March 2015, the Caminito del Rey, formerly a service road, has now become one of the main tourist destinations in the province of Malaga. Our tour is guided, which makes a big difference with doing it alone.
The guide explains the history and many anecdotes that make the journey very exciting and pleasant. The route are 7.7 km and 10 km long, which make approximately 3 hours of pure enjoyment in the beautiful Natural Park of the Gaitanes.
Enjoy this almost 8-kilometre path near Malaga (Andalusia) was considered to be one of the most dangerous in the world. But dont worry!! Today the entire route has been carefully restored, earning it the Europa Nostra Award for heritage conservation, and although it's now much safer, one thing hasn't changed - the unique experience of strolling along walkways hanging over 100 metres up on a sheer cliff face.
Take one of the best selfies ever. You'll never forget the views
Wear comfortable shoes, sunscreen (in summer) and lots of energy and come and explore with us one of the most valuable sites in Europe!