The Andalucian Coast to Coast Walk

From the Mediterranean to the Atlantic through the Baetic Mountains

By Guy Hunter-Watts

Guidebook to the Andalucian Coast to Coast Walk, a 416km, 21-day route from Maro on the Mediterranean coast to Bolonia, on the Atlantic. The route, which passes through 7 Natural Parks, links some of Andalucía's most beautiful villages and passes historical sites of both Roman and Moorish origins, including Ronda and Tarifa.

Seasons

Seasons

Andalucía's mild winter climate means that this is a region that is suited to year-round walking, apart from July and August when temperatures are generally too hot for comfortable hiking.
Centres

Centres

Frigiliana, Cómpeta, Alcaucín, Riogordo, Villanueva de la Concepción, El Chorro, Carratraca, El Burgo, Ronda, Montejaque, Cortes de la Frontera, Jimena de la Frontera, Castillo de Castellar, Los Barrios, Tarifa
Difficulty

Difficulty

The route is within the capabilities of anyone who is reasonably fit and walks on a regular basis. Stages vary in length from 14km to 27km, so all can be comfortably covered in a day: most are graded Medium-Medium Difficult, with just a couple graded Difficult due to length.
Must See

Must See

Some of Andalucía's most beautiful mountain villages, including Ronda, Frigiliana, Tarifa and El Burgo; Arab and Roman paths; high mountains; ocean views; great food and accommodation; six Natural parks; fascinating historical sites of Roman and Moorish origin
ISBN
9781852849702
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Published
12 Jul 2018
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First
Pages
216
Size
17.2 x 11.6 x 1.3cm
Weight
260g
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Hunterwatts

Guy Hunter-Watts

Guy Hunter-Watts has lived and worked in Andalucía since the 1980s. After studying at the universities of Santiago and Salamanca he taught English in South America before moving to the Ronda mountains where he has been leading guided walks for almost 30 years. His work as a walking guide and freelance journalist has taken him to many corners of the planet including India, Namibia, Tanzania, Latin America and Mongolia.

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