Best dogs trails in Spain

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Explore the most popular dog friendly 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.
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#1 - Pista al Draguillo and Camino del Hediondo
Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife, Spain
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Length: 3.1 mi • Est. 2 h 14 m
Esta ruta es una breve caminata con vistas increíbles desde la línea costera de las montañas de Anaga. La ruta hacia el punto de partida en Benijo también es muy recomendable y particular. Es recomendable comenzar la excursión temprano ya que el aparcamiento es limitado y son muchas las personas que deciden realizar esta ruta cada día. El Draguillo es un caserío de pequeñas dimensiones situado en las montañas de Anaga, caracterizado por la arquitectura rural de las Islas Canarias.Show more
#2 - Granada Walking Tour: Alhambra and Albaicin
Granada, Granada, Spain
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Length: 5.2 mi • Est. 2 h 6 m
Granada is the quintessential heritage of Moorish Spain. This medium-sized city is home to the world's best example of North African architecture and culture: the impressive citadel and palaces of the Alhambra, where Columbus got the royal go-ahead to explore the "new world". A visit to the Alhambra is recommended, where you will have to book a visit in advance and pay the corresponding entrance fee.Show more
#3 - Moleta de Binifaldó
Selva, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 7.2 mi • Est. 3 h 45 m
#4 - Estany de Banyoles
Banyoles, Girona, Spain
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Length: 3.9 mi • Est. 1 h 35 m
Nice and simple walk suitable for the whole family around Lake Banyoles, the largest in the province of Gerona.Show more
#5 - Risco Tonasaro
Corona Forestal Natural Park
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Length: 5.8 mi • Est. 3 h 29 m
This route that begins near Tijoco Alto and heads towards Risco Tonasaro is a beautiful excursion of high difficulty in the Corona Forestal Natural Park. It is recommended to download the AllTrails map because there are sections of the trail without signs. Check the weather forecast before making this route and do not do it if the terrain is wet. The initial climb is quite tough and steep and you can see cacti and lots of interesting flora. You also pass through one of the most impressive lava flows on the island of Tenerife. The last kilometer of the route is spectacular.Show more
#6 - Senda del Oso: Entragu - San Andrés
Senda del Oso
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Length: 14.1 mi
The Senda del Oso is a pedestrian and cycling track that crosses the municipalities of Quirós, Santo Adriano, Proaza and Teverga. These four councils make up the Valles del Oso, where one of the last populations of the Cantabrian Brown Bear inhabit, one of the three species of brown bears found in Europe. It runs along an old mining railway line, of low difficulty and with little slope. Caves are crossed, near a river, gorges and much more. The road is well maintained and there is no risk. Ideal for families and cycling groups. The views are splendid. There are several route options. You can choose to bring your own bike or rent one at Bicisendadeloso. At the end of the route you can see four bears in a large fence. There are places to have picnics and have a wonderful day.Show more
#7 - Es Pixarells
Selva, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 3.0 mi • Est. 1 h 31 m
#8 - El Nacimiento - Cerro Gordo - Cerro del Águila
Coín, Málaga, Spain
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Length: 9.8 mi • Est. 5 h 56 m
The recreation area El Nacimiento is a great place to start this hike. With lots of interconnecting trails it can easily be turned into a loop route or even point to point between the town of Coín and the coastal towns. It has a variety of terrain including scrub brush flat and pine forest. Worth it!Show more
#9 - Ibons de Barleto - Punta Suelza - Collado de Pardinas
Tella-Sin, Huesca, Spain
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Length: 9.2 mi • Est. 5 h 42 m
Punta Suelza has one of the most extensive views in the Pyrenees. Access from the Collado de la Cruz de Guardia has no difficulties, except those arising from the altitude. Park your cars at the junction of the Gistain tracks and the Serbeto track and follow one of the many trails that go up the Collado de la Cruz de Guardia, initially along a marked path, which is slowly gaining height, leaving the meadows , entering a black pine forest.Show more
#10 - Cova del Pla de les Muletes - El Bartolo - Desert de les Palmes
Parque Natural del Desierto de las Palmas
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Length: 8.1 mi • Est. 4 h 46 m
This is a mandatory route for those who love hiking and cycling since the ascent to the popularly known as El Bartolo is the highest peak of the Serrada de les Palmes. Actually this mountain is called Alt de Colomer or El Montsoriu, but it has a lot of history behind it ... The Natural Park where it is located is neither a desert nor is it full of palm trees. It was called that because the Order of Carmelites, who settled in those lands at the end of the 17th century, used to call the places where they made their spiritual retreats "deserts". "Las Palmas" comes from the margalló or palm heart plant, used to make brooms before the arrival of plastic and very abundant in that mountain range. Its highest peak, El Bartolo was nicknamed that way due to the Carmelites of 1694, as one of the monks was known as Brother Bartolo and decided to isolate himself and live in a cave near Alt de Colomer for some years. This monk died far from that place, more specifically in the mountain of Huesca, but the hermitage that was built on that summit in honor of San Miguel was called Bartolo in his honor. In addition, this route is perfect to enjoy the snow in the shortest possible time if you live in Castellón or its surroundings.Show more
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