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Trekking guidebook to the GR7 in Andalucia, from Tarifa to Puebla de don Fadrique. Both variants included; the north through Cordoba, the south through Granada. Over 700km, the trail takes over a month and explores varied landscapes, including the Sierra Nevada. Included are practical accommodation details to help plan. Part of the E4 route.
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Comprehensive guidebook to walking the GR7 through Andalucía in southern Spain. Both variants, the northern that visits Cordoba, and the southern that goes through Granada and the Sierra Nevada are included. This wonderfully varied route starts at the southernmost tip of Spain on the coast at Tarifa, and meanders through the provinces of Cadiz and Malaga before dividing. The northern fork measures 718km, 34 to 41 days in total, while the southern fork is 735km, 35 to 42 days. Both routes finish at Puebla de don Fadrique.
The fully waymarked route crosses seven stunning natural parks and the Sierra Nevada national park, home to mainland Spain's highest peak - Mulhacen. All the information needed to plan a trek is included. Stage maps use official IGN mapping. Detailed route descriptions are given for around 60 days of walking, with options for creating shorter sections and days. The GR7 avoids tarmac roads wherever possible, instead taking ancient trade routes, bridlepaths and even goat tracks, there are only a few sections of steep ascent, so this route is suitable for walkers of reasonable fitness and navigational ability.
With its white sandy beaches, pine and oak forests, near-desert plateaus, snow-capped peaks, traditional villages, lush river valleys and olive groves, the GR7 in Andalucía takes you on a journey through the most geographically diverse region on the Iberian peninsula. Famous among holidaymakers for its coastline, the GR7 offers the opportunity to see another side of Andalucia. You will explore little-visited hidden gems, enjoy the natural parks and visit unspoilt peaceful villages.
This book covers a long varied route which has large sections where the route and markings have not been well maintained. Facilities including accommodation, restaurants and shops have also changed a great deal over the past few years.
Although details of facilities in towns and villages are included in the book, the authors strongly suggest that walkers call ahead to confirm the availability of accommodation and food advance to avoid problems.
Information about any changes for this page are also always welcome. Thank you to walkers who have given us the updates below:
|National and natural parks|
|About the GR7|
|Weather and when to go|
|How to get there|
|How to get back|
|Where to stay|
|Maps and guides|
|What to take|
|Safety and emergencies|
|Using this guide|
|1 Cádiz and Málaga|
|Stage 1 Tarifa – Los Barrios|
|Stage 2 Los Barrios – Castillo de Castellar|
|Stage 3 Castillo de Castellar – Jimena de la Frontera|
|Stage 4 Jimena de la Frontera – Ubrique|
|Stage 5 Ubrique – Montejaque|
|Stage 6 Montejaque – Arriate|
|Stage 7 Arriate – Ardales|
|Stage 8 Ardales – El Chorro|
|Stage 9 El Chorro – Valle de Abdalajís|
|Stage 10 Valle de Abdalajís – Antequera|
|Stage 11 Antequera – Villanueva de Cauche|
|2 Northern Fork – Málaga, Córdoba and Jaén|
|Stage 12A Villanueva de Cauche – Villanueva del Trabuco|
|Stage 13A Villanueva del Trabuco – Villanueva de Tapia|
|Stage 14A Villanueva de Tapia – Villanueva de Algaidas|
|Stage 15A Villanueva de Algaidas – Cuevas de San Marcos|
|Stage 16A Cuevas de San Marcos – Rute|
|Stage 17A Rute – Priego de Córdoba|
|Stage 18A Priego de Córdoba – Almendinilla|
|Stage 19A Almedinilla – Alcalá la Real|
|Stage 20A Alcalá la Real – Frailes|
|Stage 21A Frailes – Carchelejo|
|Stage 22A Carchelejo – Cambil|
|Stage 23A Cambil – Torres|
|Stage 24A Torres – Bedmar|
|Stage 25A Bedmar – Jódar|
|Stage 26A Jódar – Quesada|
|Stage 27A Quesada – Cazorla|
|Stage 28A Cazorla – Vadillo de Castril|
|Stage 29A Vadillo de Castril – Coto-Ríos|
|Stage 30A Coto-Ríos – Pontones|
|Stage 31A Pontones – Santiago de la Espada|
|Stage 32A Santiago de la Espada – Puebla de Don Fadrique|
|3 Southern Fork – Málaga and Granada|
|Stage 12B Villanueva de Cauche – Riogordo|
|Stage 13B Riogordo – Ventas de Zafarraya|
|Granada province (and Almería)|
|Stage 14B Ventas de Zafarraya – Alhama de Granada|
|Stage 15B Alhama de Granada – Arenas del Rey|
|Stage 16B Arenas del Rey – Jayena|
|Stage 17B Jayena – Albuñuelas|
|Stage 18B Albuñuelas – Nigüelas|
|Stage 19B Nigüelas – Lanjarón|
|Stage 20B Lanjarón – Soportújar|
|Stage 21B Soportújar – Pitres|
|Stage 22B Pitres – Trevélez|
|Stage 23B Trevélez – Cádiar|
|Stage 24B Cádiar – Yegen|
|Stage 25B Yegen – Laroles|
|Stage 26B Laroles – Puerto de la Ragua|
|Stage 27B Puerto de la Ragua – La Calahorra|
|Stage 28B La Calahorra – Narváez|
|Stage 29B Narváez – Zújar|
|Stage 30B Zújar – Benamaurel|
|Stage 31B Benamaurel – Cúllar|
|Stage 32B Cúllar – Orce|
|Stage 33B Orce – Huéscar|
|Stage 34B Huéscar – Puebla de Don Fadrique|
|Appendix A Summary of route itineraries|
|Appendix B Spanish–English glossary|
|Appendix C Further information|