Best kid friendly trails in Spain

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Map of kid friendly trails in Spain
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#1 - Chinyero Volcano Loop
Teide National Park
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Length: 4.1 mi • Est. 2 h 6 m
Chinyero Circular is located near Santiago del Teide, Spain. The trail is great for walking and normally takes 1-3 hours. Chinyero is the youngest volcano on Tenerife. It erupted in 1909 and the trail will bring you close to that century old explosion. You will see pine forests and the black ash and lava flows of the eruption. The scenery changes constantly as you circuit the volcano. It is well signed all the way around, though being a circular route, the signs never tell you how far you are from your own start point. The trail is in Teide National Park. There are many trails in the park and they make for an incredible trip through the islands. Show more
#2 - El Torcal de Antequera Green and Yellow Route
El Torcal de Antequera
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Length: 1.8 mi • Est. 44 m
The rocks formed by erosion in this natural park form an impressive spectacle of erratic peaks and dreamlike shapes. It is reminiscent of a fairy tale landscape. The trail is well signposted and passes along the main viewpoints. It's an incredibly beautiful walk with jaw-dropping views. There is also a lot of wildlife, such as mountain goats and wild bulls. If you want to extend the route, look for the "Torcal de Antequera Circular" path that leads to a higher area of the park and closer to Torcal Alto.Show more
#3 - Mount Tibidabo Walking Route
Parc de Collserola
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Length: 5.3 mi • Est. 2 h 44 m
Mount Tibidabo is the highest point in Barcelona and one of the most important icons of Barcelona. From the top of the Mount you can enjoy the famous Pico Aserrado de Montserrat and the Pyrenees on the horizon. On this trail you will enjoy wooded hills, beautiful views and the oldest amusement park in Barcelona, opened in 1905 where you can enjoy more than 30 attractions. During the walk you will see the Expiatory Temple of the Sacred Heart, an impressive church visible from anywhere in Barcelona at night and the Collserola Tower, built for the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and tallest structure in the entire city. The Collserola National Park covers 8,000 hectares of protected forests and meadows and is the great green "lung" of Barcelona. In geographical terms, the mountain range incorporates two different biodiversity: the Euro-Iberian and the Mediterranean. Apart from the abundant flora, nature lovers will be interested to know that the park is home to 190 species of animals, including squirrels, foxes, the occasional wild boar and a wide variety of birds.Show more
#4 - Otal Valley from San Nicolás de Bujaruelo
Parc national des Pyrénées
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Length: 8.2 mi • Est. 4 h 17 m
The Otal Valley is a beautiful, although unknown, little treasure of the Pyrenees surrounded by mountains (Peña de Otal, Pico de Tendereña and Peña de Ordiso). The route is in good condition, well signposted and crosses a series of very beautiful meadows located on the river bank. You can see marmots, cows, wildflowers, meadows, along the small forests and the small stream of Otal. The route is simple, suitable for all levels. Its length must be taken into account, especially if it is done with children.Show more
#5 - Volta des General - Port des Canonge via Camí de Baix
Banyalbufar, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 5.1 mi • Est. 2 h 50 m
This trail offers beautiful views of Banyalbufar that date back to the 10th century. You will pass through a pine forest. Look for the traditional Mallorcan houses. As you continue along the route, you will see the Puig de ses Planes, the steep stone walls of the mountain are impressive. The road is named after General F. Cotoner, owner of the Baronia estate in the 19th century.Show more
#6 - 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
#7 - Monumento Natural de Bandama
Bandama Natural Monument
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Length: 2.1 mi • Est. 51 m
The Caldera de Bandama is a large concavity about 200 meters deep, more than 3 kilometers in perimeter and a diameter of more than 1,000 meters located on the island of Gran Canaria. Its name comes from one of the Flemish settlers who came to this area in the 16th century, Daniel Van Dam, who began to cultivate vineyards in its interior. There's not a lot to be said about the route as there is no alternative to staying on the obvious path! For an easy walk it looks a bit intimidating where you leave the road, but the path is well maintained and generally undulating, and is easier than it initially appears. Although the ridge is narrow, there is nowhere where a fall would incur anything other than superficial grazes, and should be manageable by all but those who suffer the severest vertigo. This walk pairs nicely with a visit to the Botanical Gardens about 10 mins drive away to complete a good day out.Show more
#8 - La Caleta - El Puertito
Adeje, Tenerife, Spain
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Length: 4.0 mi • Est. 1 h 36 m
Nice walk along the Adeje coast, from La Caleta to the pricey coastal town of El Puertito. The path does not have any technical difficulties, although it is advisable to bring water and a hat as it is sunny all the time. During the tour, you pass by a nudist beach and some hippie houses.Show more
#9 - Cala Mondragó
Mondragó Natural Park
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Length: 1.4 mi • Est. 36 m
#10 - Embalse de Guadalest
El Castell de Guadalest, Alicante, Spain
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Length: 7.9 mi • Est. 4 h 11 m
Parking place of Guadalest follow the signs Pisina Municipal.Show more
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