Explore the most popular hiking 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.

Today is our first day on the Camino and is also the longest hike I've ever done. It was very challenging just because of the distance. My feet are killing me but the hotel we're staying at has a foot massage chair and worth the 2 Euros. We were invited by our sweet friends to the Camino as a marriage retreat. we are excited to see how far we can push ourselves physically and mentally.

Lovely scenic hike

A nice and easy walk for all family.

Really easy and nice walk through oak forest. And partly along a quite road

5 days ago

Interesting. A keen observer will find Islamic influances mixed with Catholic motives, not only in architecture, but also in music - cf. flamenco. Go slowly.

Started in Roncesvalles, stopped in Bizkarreta-Gerendiain for lunch and made it to Zubiri. Pretty easy hike but you need endurance. Some elevation gains. The downhill portion at the end was a little tricky with the uneven footing (like walking on rails). Took about 6.5 hours in total with the stops. Completed today in mid-October, so the weather was absolutely gorgeous (45 F at start to 65 F at finish). Lots of shade provided and sweet views of cattle, sheep, horses, mountains and towns. A bunch of towns available for the first 8 miles if you need to rest.

8 days ago

most beautiful walk around the park

This loop is just behind my house. I do it 3-4x a week.

19 days ago

We did this walk slightly different which made it slightly longer.
It's an easy walk with great views of Sella and the surrounding mountains. Gorgeaous scenery!
Sella is a lovely small village to end your walk with a coffee on the Plaza Major.

26 days ago

From the parking lot to the grazalema trail sign was about .8 Miles. Once up there we decided to take the Puerto del Boyar trail “Mirador” instead of the grazalema loop and we accidentally ended up on top of a mountain around 2.5 Miles later. The trail was steep and hard for me (I’m a bit out of shape) but well worth it. The top was emotionally beautiful.

difficult parking on the main road. the loop can be added to by walking towards Santiago del teide and La Mancha on well signposted trail.

on Ruina La Trapa

1 month ago

It route seemed nice however, it was poorly marked so we had trouble finding our way.

1 month ago

A great walk. Very rough ground so need a good pair of stout shoes. i only walked 3 miles and back but was able to do the walk naked

Easy trail with a great view of the water most of the time. Makes for a great photo shoot.

1 month ago

Great hike, both through Woods and cliffs w great views. A bit hard to understand signs and directions here and there.

The trail was beautiful although in most parts very rocky and the information given to us by all trails about the length and time were not accurate It took us 3 hours to get to the refuge and there they told us that the other half of the loop was dangerous and much longer. Had to backtrack. Arrived at our car at 9.00pm!!!! Ideally it would be best to stay at the refuge. The information in the app should be more accurate.

I feel bad giving only four stars... The trail is great. I would rate it “moderate to hard” due to rather steep and poorly paved parts of the trail. I would recommend not to go up the mountain after the first bridge (that offers a spectacular view, btw), but continue along the river. It was too ambitious for us to complete all 8 km with 8-year old on a hot August day. We have made the first 5.3 km from Capileira to Pampaneira, but had to cup the hike short and take a bus back to Capileira. I am definitely coming back one day to complete the whole trail.

Nice open sky scenery (read: no shade), but the trail itself is mostly stones. There are 2 springs along the way where you can refill your bottles.

Plenty of water & sunscreen, sturdy footwear and a hat are essential for this walk/climb/hike. Some parts are very steep and loose under foot, so care must be taken, you are also close to the cliff edge. Stunning views across the island and sea.

Very good fun. We took some public transport to get from the Sagrada to the park and from the park to the Casa Mila but that's more because we're lazy rather than because it's easier to do. Definitely worth your time and very pretty things around.

2 months ago

So wrong. The Trail is in Cáceres, not in A Coruña. The revise la for All Trails, not for the hike. I havent done it.

Difficult to find the start but beautiful landscape around it took me as a fit person 1:20 to reach 21% of the range so it takes a while

In the summer, El Caminito del Rey is best enjoyed very early mornings before it become too hot. Very well laid out path, easy enough for children and their grandparents alike.

À voir! Facile mais spectaculaire!

We did this on a rainy day in San Sebastian and it was great! Fun workout to the top of the hill that you see from La Concha beach. Easy enough for kids to make it up (we had our 6 year old and a 9 year old with us and they both did great). Lots of folks with dogs as well. Really cool views at the top and a surprisingly good small museum that's worth a quick exploration.

on La Rambla Walking Tour

3 months ago

Great walk lots to see to include the side streets. The Born District is not fa from here. Be aware of your surroundings due to the pickpocketers. Make sure you check out the La Boqueria Food Market.

Pretty nice views. Con is that there is like 50% on dirt road instead of walking track.

3 months ago

No dogs allowed

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