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.

on Fuente Ojito Nogal

9 days ago

Benaocaz is in Cadiz, not in Caceres.

on Rio el Bosque

9 days ago

Benamahoma is not in Caceres, it is in Cadiz.

Sublime.
As humbling and stunning as the Grand Canyon. Super easy to walk, especially with the renovations. If you have the opportunity, do NOT miss this.

hiking
12 days ago

Stunning views, impressively engineered cliff side walkway. Final forge spanning bridge is not for the height averse.

Great views from the north stretch of the trail!

This is more of a stroll. The details above must not be correct because there’s no way you gain or lose 1,000 feet of elevation. It’s beautiful though!

Edit: you know what? It’s probably 1,000 feet. My bad.

nature trips
14 days ago

we went up the south side. very steep and was slippy in parts after heavy rain. didn't make it all the way to the top and coming down was slow and steady. looking at others going up the east side seemed to look easier. not signposted . definitely wear good grip boots, bring hiking sticks if you have them..a jacket for the change in temp...and a phone just in case....

hiking
18 days ago

Beautiful walk/hike through olive groves and past old farmhouses on a path paved with stones for most of the way. There is a short section from Deia before reaching the trailhead where the route is on the windy road shared with cars. But once on the trail it is safe and bucolic.

hiking
18 days ago

Spectacular views, well worth it!! We caught this trail from Deia exiting in Valldemossa and it was not well marked going this direction. We got “lost” on several occasions and were happy I had All Trails to show us the way. Presumably it is better marked from Valldemossa, and they have a tourism office for maps etc. (not so in Deia) But wouldn’t have missed this hike...gorgeous!

Beautiful view from the top. Like AMAZING. Steps are kind of annoying on the way down. Worth it though.

on Montana Roja

24 days ago

A pleasant walk with great views over Lanzarote and across to Fuerteventura. Can be windy and chilly on top regardless of weather at sea level.

The trailhead starts at the end of the Avinguda de la trinitat road and climbs rapidly for the first 200 meters to a peak overlooking all of Sitges. The beginning is very scenic. The rest of the walk is marked with red paint markers on rocks and trees and goes through moderate amount of brush. It’s a great hike to escape the city and see Sitges. The last 1.5 miles aren’t as scenic and simply follows a gravel road.

Amazing view of Sitges at the beginning of the trail.

Très belle randonnée avec des vues à couper le souffle. L'application Alltrails m'a été fort utile car sentier pas très bien balisé.

Une belle surprise! J'ai fait la randonnée classique mais j'ai grimpé sur un des versants jusqu'au col.

really nice trail info center at parking and really clear water and easy to follow trail only problem is the amount of people there on the weekends makes it hard to not get pushed off the trail a lot

This was a wonderful hike! The colors of autumn made it even more spectacular!

There are some great trails up throughout the Collserola. If I were to do this again, I’d start in Montbau and head north first.

hiking
1 month ago

Super beautiful but got lost. The entrance was hard to find, We went in going the counter clockwise direction. And were following Yellow and White stripes, however that seemed to be a different trail and the we realised we were quite far away from the intended trail.
Not sure how we got lost, and still not sure where the beginning/end of the course was, but it was beautiful. There was a bit of snow (November 11) and would attempt again

Big suburban section, dense woods obstruct the views most of the time.
Certainly quiet.

nice and spectacular walk with hanging bridges, easy to extend with other descend (less People)

This trail ended up being day 4, 5, and 6. It was absolutely a long and daunting hike. We had such a wonderful time together. I might be losing a toenail but it will be fine. I'm beside myself with how much training I did for this hike and put almost 60 something miles into breaking in a new pair of boots and still had a foot issue. if you decide to walk the Camino I highly recommend doing four to six mile day hikes to prepare yourself.

Great walk. Easy to come of track due to multiple other routes around. Well worth doing.

This is our third day on the Camino and I was under the impression it would be very hard to to the elevation. I was pleasantly surprised to find out it wasn't as bad as I thought, yesterday was much harder. The hotel we are staying at tonight has an in-house masseuse. my wife and I are getting 15 minute lower body massages.

Today is our second day on the Camino. It is more challenging than yesterday. My feet are killing me. We are excited amd having a blast

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

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

1 month 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.

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