Best views trails in Spain

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Explore the most popular views 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 - GR10: The Pyrenean Way
Parc national des Pyrénées
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Length: 551.5 mi • Est. Multi-day
Le GR10 Traversée des Pyrénées est une randonnée permettant de traverser les Pyrénées par un itinéraire balisé. Le GR10 est un des sentiers du GR (Grand Randonnée de France). Nous vous proposons une liste en 47 étapes ici: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/gr10-traversee-des-pyrenees Le sentier alterne vues sur les vallées, sommets et cols des montagnes. Le GR10 est une randonnée qu'il ne faut pas prendre à la légère. Une excellente expérience du milieu montagnard, une bonne condition physique et une connaissance des moyens d'orientation vous seront nécessaires lors de cette traversée entre l'Atlantique et la Méditerranée.Show more
#2 - The Cares Trail
Picos de Europa National Park
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Length: 13.3 mi • Est. 9 h 54 m
The Cares Trail or Ruta del Cares (or locally known as Garganta del Cares) is one of the most popular hikes in the Picos de Europa. You can start the trail from Cain or Poncebos. The trail follows the Cares River through the Cantabrian Mountains, and is considered one of the most beautiful trails in Spain. You will pass through rocky terrain, small caves, bridges and you might meet some mountain goats too. The grey limestone mountains you will see along the trail are spectacular. There are several trails in the area around Cain or Poncebos. If you choose to do this route, you can plan several days of hiking through the Picos de Europa.Show more
#3 - French Way: A Calzada to Santiago de Compostela
A Calzada, A Coruña, Spain
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Length: 20.1 mi • Est. 9 h 51 m
This route is part of a journey of several weeks along the Camino de Santiago Frances, a pilgrimage route to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. It can be done at different rates and from various starting points. Legend has it that the remains of the Apostle Santiago are buried in Santiago de Compostela, the international capital of the Camino. Every spring and summer, many people follow their routes as a form of spiritual path or retreat for their spiritual growth. It is also popular with hiking and biking enthusiasts and organized tour groups. The complete route can be found here: https://www.alltrails.com/trail/spain/palencia/camino-de-santiago-frances A list of individual trails can be found here: https://www.alltrails.com / lists / camino-de-santiago-frances - 3 By following this link you will find day hike sections of the trail for easy download.Show more
#4 - Teide Peak
Teide National Park
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Length: 10.1 mi • Est. 7 h 5 m
Mount Teide is a volcano in the Canary Islands the highest point above sea level in the islands of the Atlantic and also the highest summit in Spain. The volcano and its surroundings comprise Teide National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Spain's most visited natural wonders. Teide is an active volcano and its last eruption was in 1909. There are many ways to get up to the peak, but first hikers will need to reserve a free permit to hike this trek through Teide National Park. Hikers will need to print out the permit and show it to park staff at the beginning of the trail, along with an ID or passport. There are limits of daily permits. Permits may be requested here: https://www.reservasparquesnacionales.es/real/ParquesNac/index.aspx Visitors may reach the summit in a variety of ways. Hikers may climb on foot from the trail that begins in Montaña Blanca or take a cable car that takes you to La Rambleta (11,633 feet). From La Rambleta you can take the Telesforo Bravo path to the top. If you choose to hike it up, take note that the path is rocky and difficult and is not recommended for children or people with health complications. It is steep in some sections and the air gets thinner the higher you go. But if you make it to the top, the view makes everything worth it in the end.Show more
#5 - 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
#6 - Sant Jeroni Summit Loop
Parc Natural de la Muntanya de Montserrat
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Length: 5.8 mi • Est. 3 h 40 m
This trail begins near the Montserrat Monastery. The path takes you through forest, which eventually becomes stone peaks. The Sant Jeroni is the highest point in the Montserrat massif. The top of Sant Jeroni offers great views of villages and a steep drop down. The path is well marked, but could still warrant a set of hiking poles. The trail is concrete and well packed dirt, many switchbacks so moderate climbing required and the terrain is pretty rough in patches, so advisable to wear comfort and appropriate footwear, and also warm clothing as it get cold the higher you go. Bring water and enjoy the breathtaking views! If you’d prefer to shorten this trail you can look into taking the Sant Joan Funicular.Show more
#7 - French Way: Burgos to Hontanas
Burgos, Burgos, Spain
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Length: 20.1 mi • Est. 9 h 18 m
This route is part of a multi week long walk, along the Camino Frances, also known as the French Way. The Camino Frances is a pilgrimage route to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. It can be done at a variety of paces and starting points. Legend has it that the remains of the Saint Apostle Santiago are buried there. Every spring and summer, many people follow its routes as a form of spiritual path or retreat for their spiritual growth. It is also popular with hiking and cycling enthusiasts and organized tour groups. The full route can be found here: https://www.alltrails.com/trail/spain/palencia/camino-de-santiago-frances A list of individual trails can be found here: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/camino-de-santiago-frances--3 Following this link, you'll find day hike sections of the trail for easy downloading.Show more
#8 - Way of Saint James Silver Route: Seville to Santiago
Seville, Seville, Spain
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Length: 575.9 mi • Est. Multi-day
This route is part of a multi week long walk or ride, along the Way of Saint James Silver Route (Camino Via de la Plata), also known as the Vía de la Plata Ourense or the Camino Meridional. It can be done by foot or bike at a variety of paces and starting points. The Vía de la Plata is an alternative to the Camino Frances if you are looking for a less busy route, or are in search of solitude. From Seville to Santiago, along the Vía de la Plata and the Sanabrés Road, there are ~980 kilometers. This route is popularly made by bicycle, (mountain bike with saddlebags), but it can also be done on foot. It travels the Vía de la Plata from Seville to Astorga, to link with the Camino Frances or the Camino Sanabrés which goes west in Granja de Moreruela. The whole itinerary is quite well marked and, to this day, it has a good number of hostels for pilgrims. This route goes along all types of terrain, but mostly off-road. A list of individual trails can be found here: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/camino-de-santiago-via-de-la-plata--2 Following this link, you'll find day hike sections of the trail for easy downloading. Show more
#9 - Camino Francés: Pamplona a Logroño
Pamplona, Navarre, Spain
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Length: 56.7 mi • Est. Multi-day
This route is part of a several-week walk along the Camino de Santiago Frances, a pilgrimage route to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, where legend has it that the remains of the Apostle Santiago are buried there. It can be done at different rates and from various starting points. Every spring and summer, many people follow their routes as a form of spiritual path or retreat for their spiritual growth. It is also popular with hiking and biking enthusiasts and organized tour groups. The complete route can be found here: https://www.alltrails.com/trail/spain/palencia/camino-de-santiago-frances A list of individual trails can be found here: https://www.alltrails.com / lists / camino-de-santiago-frances - 3 By following this link you will find day hike sections of the trail for easy download.Show more
#10 - The King's Little Path
Ardales, Málaga, Spain
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Length: 4.2 mi • Est. 2 h 18 m
A tener en cuenta: tienes que reservar los tickets para caminar por este sendero. Puede reservar tu billete aquí: https://reservas.caminitodelrey.info/?lang=en El Caminito del Rey fue una vez conocido como el sendero más peligroso de España. Era un sendero conocido y transcurrido solo por los amantes de la escalada en roca. Hoy en día el sendero ha sido restaurado en gran medida y es una de las rutas más populares y bonitas de España. El sendero sigue el desfiladero de Gaitanes en El Chorro. Es un paseo espectacular sobre puentes de madera al lado de los acantilados. Se recomienda optar por esta ruta si eres un excursionista aventurero y experimentado. Con las renovaciones recientes es mucho más seguro, sin embargo, necesitas usar casco. No se permiten niños menores de 8 años en el camino. El sendero presenta un bosque precioso, las aguas cristalinas del río y la emoción de estar suspendido en el aire. Asegúrate de reservar con anticipación ya que las entradas se agotan.Show more
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