Explore the most popular City Walk trails in Spain with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
6 days ago

Soooooo beautiful! What beauty man can create when he keeps nature in mind!

on Alrededor Alcúdia

walking
1 month ago

You can divert off this trail very easily and explore some of the back streets of this charming town. Do walk atop the old walls for some great views. The Ronda murada path itself encircles the whole town and is easy to follow as it’s pink pavemented. Visit the church, museum and Roman ruins too. Avoid Sundays and Tuesdays unless you like market days.

hiking
no shade
rocky
1 month ago

From Barcelona - Espanya station, took the R5 train to Monistrol de Montserrat. Used google maps from the train station to the trailhead - took 10-12minutes. The trail is nicely marked with paint stripes on rocks which was very helpful at times. The trail is pretty exposed, minimal shade, and there are a lot of loose small and medium-sized rocks which can increase chances of slipping or twisting an ankle. The views are fantastic throughout the whole hike. I definitely think hiking is the best way to really appreciate the view of Montserrat and the monastery.

hiking
muddy
over grown
2 months ago

OK if you're already in the area, but really not worthy of a trip especially. The "river" is entirely dried up and overgrown. Better sticking with the Caldera hike just to the East.

My first one on this app. Loved it!

Nice walk! Detour to Barcelona cathedral recommended!

en grande partie le chemin longe l'auto route peut agréable

More of a stroll, than a hike. Nice beautiful walk around the amazing Museum

hiking
3 months ago

Very fun, relaxing hike for an afternoon stroll. There are lots of side trails and different approaches to the castle summit. Many of the side trails have a neat highlight or historic ruin that make it worth the extra effort. Keep a cell phone or camera handy because there are numerous quality photo opportunities on the way to the top. The free museum at the castle also is well done and interesting for a first timer.

Nice city walk

Nice city walk

If you are in Zaragoza for more than two days and have run out of things to do, this is something. Good for anyone who can walk for 2 hours. There is a short gravely hill that might cause problem for an infirm person. Highlight is a small amusement park with easy roller coaster near the top. Also an area where dogs can be off leash. A few places with public workout equipment. take water.

Easy incline, trails are dirt paths that are well marked. Amazing views all along the trail and of course the amusement park and cathedral at the top! Well worth the hike vs riding the funicular to the top.

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
4 months ago

My absolute favorite hike. we cut out many miles of the hike by entering by the highway, basically going straight up the mountain. we came not super prepare, I did it in trail running shoes and my friends did it in sneakers. Trust me though, it’s a work out, but absolutely the most beautiful hike i have ever done and probably will ever do. Wear sunscreen! We did it in march and it was still pretty hot, perfect hiking weather though.

De toute beauté

One day trail exploring back streets of Granada to include the cathedral and the hike up to St Nicolás viewpoint of the Alhambra. A quick coffee at the local cafe on the square and then onward to the Alhambra palace. A fantastic days walking and recommended.

Went on the route complemtario today

it's and urban hike.

Make sure to take water with you, particularly if it’s warm out as it’s all up hill. Best done after the rain in Barcelona. The smog/haze over the city really makes for lack luster cell phone camera pictures. The views are quite something! Once at the top you can take the T2A bus down for 3€ to catalyuna piazza which is great!

This section is fantastic. Muy.

Bring water, only one place to refill water bottle overlooking Baiona. Great hike with ruts in the old road.

Very nice walk. We did a modified version from Port de Sóller also going to Cala Deia. Quite easy, there are maybe two moments where there are no markings and a small part along the main road which aren't great, but overall definitely worth a hike

hiking
7 months ago

The first leg of my pilgrimage. Easy to follow the shell or yellow arrows. Some lovely regions, but through Porrino it is through an industrial area - less than inspiring.

hiking
7 months ago

Nice hike up 350ft of elevation to the old fort overlooking San Sebastian. make sure you explore all the off shoots for a variety of views of the city and the sea. Pretty informative museum at the top. if you are tall, be careful of the stairs in the fort...they are made for smaller people.

Easy hike on mostly dirt/gravel trail. Highly trafficked with bikers, runners, and tour groups.

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