- Enter the incredible path of Caminito del Rey, a spectacular route of vertiginous footbridges to 105 meters of height.
- Known as "the most dangerous path in the world"
- It is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Spain.
- Must visit inside the tourism of Málaga
Small-Group Tour is limited to a maximum of 15 travelers.
Enter the incredible path of Caminito del Rey, a spectacular route of vertiginous footbridges to 105 meters of height.
Itinerary of the excursion to the Caminito del Rey
El Caminito del Rey, known as "the most dangerous shipper in the world", is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Spain. Its incredible views, its fascinating history and its undeniable spectacularity have made the excursion to the Caminito del Rey a must see within the tourism of Malaga.
It is a footbridge of more than 3 kilometers long built on the walls of the Gaitanes Gorge, one of the most beautiful natural enclaves of the province, just 30 km north of Malaga capital. The canyon was excavated by the river Guadalhorce and, in some stretches, this incredible route reaches 105 meters in height and only reaches 1 meter in width.
Although the best known part of the road is the walkways, the total route of the Camino del Rey is 7.7 kilometers if we add the accesses, and to get to the beginning of the route. The path is linear, in a single direction and descending from North to South.
Our guide in Spanish throughout the tour of Caminito del Rey, telling the anecdotes and curiosities surrounding this incredible construction.
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What will you discover?
Why is the Caminito del Rey known as the "most dangerous path in the world"?
From what king does his name come?
Who were the first operatives who advanced the works of the Caminito del Rey?
What was it originally used for?
- Why was the gorge so important until the arrival of the AVE to the province?
- What was the construction of the Chorro hydroelectric dam for the development of Malaga?
- What happened after the great flood of Malaga in 1907?
- How many meters high are the catwalks hanging?
- Why was the Caminito closed for so many years?
- How were the complicated rehabilitation works of the Caminito carried out?
- Why do locals know the place as "the jet"? And the gaitanes?
- Why do we see fossilized vertical flutes and giant ammonites?