Walking in Andalucia

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Trip code: 
TDS
Way to Travel:
Guided Group
Activity:
Walking & Trekking
Group size:
4–15
Min age:
16

Walking through the olive groves and rugged hills of Andalucia

Outside the golden cultural triangle of Seville, Cordoba and Granada, the rural landscape of Andalucia is breathtaking, and what better way to appreciate its diversity than on foot. The walks take us through rugged hills, picturesque fields of sunflowers, olive groves, the limestone peaks of Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park and the stunning El Chorro Gorge & Caminito del Rey. In this corner of Europe the excesses of modern life do not seem to have taken root and our home for the week is the perfect example: a rustic, homely cortijo in the heart of the agricultural countryside. During the week, a whole day is reserved for exploring the magnificent city of Seville. For those looking for more of a challenge, our departures graded level 4 feature longer walks on steeper terrain.

Highlights

  • Stay in a converted farmhouse with a swimming pool
  • Discover the fascinating Moorish history of white villages
  • Experience the real and authentic Spain
  • Walk the stunning Caminito del Rey

Key information

  • 7 nights in a comfortable converted farmhouse with pool
  • 5 days centre-based walking
  • Group normally 4 to 15, plus UK leader. Min age 16 yrs
  • Altitude maximum 1256m, average 612m
  • Travel by minibus
  • More challenging walking available on selected departures

What's included

  •  All breakfasts, 5 picnic lunches and 6 evening meals are included
  • All accommodation
  • Transfer for group flights
  • Caminito del Rey walk

What's not included

  • Travel insurance
  • Visas & vaccinations
  • Single supplement
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1 844 227 9087
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Itinerary

  • Day 1

    Start Cortijo Rosario, Algamitas.

    Our trip starts at Cortijo Rosario, located in the heart of the authentic Andalucian countryside, approximately 100km from Malaga. Our converted farmhouse is just a short walk from Algamitas, a peaceful traditional village far from the hustle and bustle of the big towns or cities. This location is ideal as it gives the chance to experience the real Spain, whilst still offering very easy access to the best walking areas and Andalucian towns such as Olvera, Setenil and Seville which we'll visit during the week.

    Meals included: Dinner
  • Day 2

    Gentle walk through rolling olive groves to neighbouring village of Villanueva de San Juan; optional tapas lunch to soak up the Andalucian atmosphere - Leisurely/Moderate departure (level 2)

    Today we take a guided walk on the trails and paths around the Cortijo and on to the neighbouring village of Villanueva. The countryside surrounding Algamitas is picture-perfect, covered with olive trees, beautiful farmland and rolling hills. During the walk, our leader will give us a good overview of the rural lifestyle and traditions of this part of the world, which are largely based around the production of olive oil. An optional tapas lunch in the village gives us a chance to soak up the authentic Andalucian atmosphere. Once back at the Cortijo, we have some free time to relax by the pool or enjoy a drink on the lovely outdoor terrace. We then have dinner and stay overnight at the Cortijo.

    Walk Profile: Distance- 12km/7 miles, total ascent 510m and descent 510m, approx. 6 hours walking including stops.

    Penon Crag walk- Moderate/Challenging departure (level 4)

    Today is a full day's walk from our base at the Cortijo Rosario to the impressive summit of Penon Crag which towers above the village of Algamitas. We take a circular route up to the campsite and then climb quite steeply in places over rocky terrain to the summit at 1121m. Later, we return to the campsite and head back to the Cortijo by a different route.

    Walk Profile: Distance- 16km/10 miles, total ascent 850m and descent 850m, approx. 6 hours walking.

    Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
  • Day 3

    Fantastic walk in the Sierra de Grazalema, Andalucia's first national park and UNESCO Biosphere reserve - Leisurely/Moderate departure (level 2)

    Our private bus will drive us high into the Grazalema Mountains over the Pass of the Doves. Designated a UNESCO Biosphere reserve in 1977, the Sierra de Grazalema was declared the first natural park in Andalucia in 1984 and is one of Spain's most ecologically outstanding areas. The park is famous for its spectacularly rugged limestone landscape of cliffs, gullies, caves and gorges. We walk up past this fantastic scenery and down into the white Village of Benaocaz.

    Walk Profile: Distance- 9km/ 5 miles, total ascent 272m and descent 545, approx. 4-5 hours walking including stops.

    Summit of Terril- Moderate/Challenging departure (level 4)

    Today our walk takes us to the summit of Terril, which at 1129m is the highest point in Seville province. We take transport to the start of the walk – about 10 minutes from the Cortijo Rosario. Our route climbs steeply up on to the long ridge of Terril.
    Here the gradient eases but the terrain is quite rocky and uneven in places. From the summit on a clear day, we have a fantastic view over the rolling plains of Seville. We retrace our steps along the wide, rolling ridge before descending to the south and picking up a sandy track back to Algamitas.

    Walk Profile: Distance- 16km/ 10 miles, total ascent 560m and descent 850m, approx. 6 hours walking.

    Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
  • Day 4

    Walk to the abandoned Caños Santos Monastery and enjoy stunning views; walk to Setenil, a unique 'Pueblo Blanco' with homes built into the side of a gorge - Leisurely/Moderate departure (level 2)

    Today we set out from the Cortijo Rosario, walking through Algamitas farmland to the abandoned monastery of Canos Santos, where we will have lunch. In the afternoon we follow the Ruta de los Molinos along the river that runs through the famous white village of Setenil de las Bodegas. Built under the overhanging ledge of a gorge, Setenil is not only famous for its peculiar architecture but also for its bars, restaurants and food shops which are ranked as the best in the region. We have free time to discover Setenil and later return to the Cortijo by private minibus. 

    Walk Profile: Distance- 16km/ 10 miles, total ascent 372m and descent 432, approx. 5-6 hours walking including stops.

    Walk to the abandoned Caños Santos Monastery and enjoy stunning views; walk to Setenil, a unique 'Pueblo Blanco' with homes built into the side of a gorge - Moderate/Challenging departure (level 4)

    We set out from the Cortijo Rosario through Algamitas, passing through varied farmland before reaching our lunch spot close to the abandoned monastery of Canos Santos. In the afternoon we follow a network of old drovers' routes to the fascinating white village of Setenil with its little houses built under the overhanging ledge of a gorge. We return by private bus to the Cortijo Rosario.

    Walk Profile: Distance- 16km/ 10 miles, total ascent 450m and descent 200, approx. 5-6 hours walking including stops.

    Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
  • Day 5

    Introduction to the magnificent city of Seville with free time to explore; return to the Cortijo after dinner- Leisurely/Moderate (level 2) & Moderate/Challenging (level 4) departures

    In the morning we transfer by private minibus to the magnificent city of Seville. The day is free to sightsee at our own pace. Now the capital of Andalucia, Seville was one of the first conquests of the Moors. After the fall of the Cordoba Caliphate in the 11th Century, under whose direction it previously lay, it became the most powerful city in 'Al Andalus'. Near the city centre is the evocative 'Giralda', an architectural masterpiece dating back to the 12th Century. Close by is the magnificent 'Alcazar', a complex of palaces dating back from Roman times and later used by both Moorish and Christian rulers. It has fine examples of Moorish and 'Mudejar' architecture, rivalling Granada's 'Alhambra', and stunning sculpted gardens. After the Christian re-conquest Seville became famed as the gateway to the 'New World'; Christopher Columbus negotiated here with Queen Isabella to fund his epic voyage to the Americas, bringing her back untold riches and making Seville one of the wealthiest cities in Europe. After immersing ourselves in Seville’s history and culture during the day, we enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the city in the evening. We return to the Cortijo after dinner.

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 6

    Visit El Chorro Gorge and walk the Caminito del Rey- Leisurely/Moderate departure (level 2)

    A short drive takes us to the El Chorro Gorge where we are dropped off at the Guadalhorce Dam and reservoir where we begin our walk. The walk will take us to the start of the amazing Caminito del Rey, which offers some of the most spectacular scenery in Spain. The Caminito del Rey is a narrow cliffside path hanging 100m above the waters of the river Guadalhorce. Originally built around 1905 and improved around 1921 it fell into disrepair and over the past decades, the path became known as ‘the most dangerous path in the world' or even the ‘walk of death'. The new Caminito del Rey was re-constructed and reopened to the public on 28 March 2015, with the route and design of the path keeping as closely as possible to the old one but now respecting high safety standards. Due to overwhlemingly positive feedback, as of 2017, this walk is an included activity and your leader will be walking this path with the group.

    After we finish the walk along the Caminito del Rey, there will be the chance to relax and have a little rest by the reservoir.

    Walk Profile: Distance- 8km/ 5 miles, total ascent 175m and descent 275m, approx. 3 hours walking.

    Visit El Chorro Gorge and walk the Caminito del Rey- Moderate/Challenging departure (Level 4)

    Visit El Chorro Gorge and walk the Caminito del Rey- Moderate/Challenging departure (Level 4)

    See day 6 of Leisurely/Moderate (level 2) itinerary description for further details.

    Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
  • Day 7

    Walk a circuit around the impressive Peñon overlooking Algamitas- Leisurely/Moderate departure (level 2)

    Today we walk a circuit around the impressive Penon Crag that looms over the Cortijo Rosario. El Penon is the highest point in the province of Seville – 1130m above sea level, offering dramatic views of the landscape around Algamitas and neighbouring villages, hills and farmland. On the way back from the Cortijo we stop for some drinks in a lovely panoramic terrace.

    Walk Profile: Distance- 11km/ 7 miles, total ascent 784m and descent 784m, approx. 5 hours walking including stops

    Circular walk from the white village of Montejaque, nestled in the heart of the Grazalema Natural Park- Moderate/Challenging departure (level 4)

    We drive from the Cortijo Rosario by private bus to the attractive white village of Montejaque, nestling in the heart of the Grazalema Natural Park where our circular walk begins. The walk takes us into hidden valleys with some of the most spectacular karst rock formations in the area. This is limestone country and the rocky path can be slippery when wet so good ankle support is recommended.

    Walk Profile: Distance- 17km/ 11 miles, total ascent around 550m, 6.5 hours of walking.

    Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
  • Day 8

    End Cortijo Rosario, Algamitas.

    End Cortijo Rosario, Algamitas.

    Meals included: Breakfast
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Essential Info

Visas

Vaccinations

Spain

There are no specific health risks.

Eating and Drinking

All breakfasts, 5 picnic lunches and 6 evening meals are included.

Breakfast: Continental buffet-style breakfast with local fruit and yoghurt.

Lunch: Packed lunches are provided for the day walks, usually filled with cheese/cold meats. On some days it is possible to enjoy some authentic Tapas in local villages.

Dinner: All food is freshly prepared from locally grown seasonal produce, and the meals come with complimentary wine as well as tea/coffee. A selection of soft and alcoholic drinks are available at the bar (payable locally).

Vegetarians are generally well catered for at the Cortijo Rosario. Please advise us on booking if you have any special dietary requirements.

Weather

Spring generally enjoys pleasant daytime temperatures (12-23ºC) and a little cooler in the evenings. There is the chance of some rain, which then offers views of beautiful spring flowers. Summer months are hot and dry with daytime temperatures of around 21-35ºC, dropping to between 17 and 25ºC at night. Autumn brings cooler weather although it is still fairly dry. The possibility of rain is more likely in winter months but temperatures stay mild in the daytime, becoming cooler after sunset.

Andalucia

Is this trip for you?

This trip is Activity Level 2 (leisurely/moderate) with 5 days of walking.

Walking is mostly on well-marked paths, yet this is a hilly area and some easy ascents should be expected. Walking hours stated in the itinerary are given as approximates only. Timings stated include lunch and photo stops and will vary depending on the pace of your group. 

The majority of drives are short except for the journey to Seville, which is approximately 2hrs.

Whilst most departures have a physical rating of 2 (leisurely/moderate), we also offer three weeks with an Activity Level of 4 (moderate/challenging) which allow us to ascend the higher peaks and walk on more challenging terrain for longer hours. It is important to be assured of your fitness on these departures. 

Please note all activities are optional and a rest day may be taken at any point should you prefer to relax at the Cortijo.

Cortijo Rosario is renovated to a high standard whilst maintaining its traditional heritage, so the farmhouse should not be considered a luxury villa or hotel.

Following a review of all our trips we have categorised this trip as generally not suitable for persons of reduced mobility. However if you are a regular traveller on such trips, please contact customer services to discuss the trip and your personal condition.

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Accommodation

Cortijo Rosario

Our main base for the week is Cortijo Rosario, a beautifully converted farmhouse reserved exclusively for Exodus groups. Situated in the heart of the romantic Andalusian countryside, the Cortijo overlooks the small village of Algamitas and is within reach of Seville and the charming town of Ronda.

Together with its neighbouring sister village Villanueva, Algamitas is known as the 'forgotten village': modern development has more or less passed them by and life goes on as it has for generations. Little English is spoken in the villages, as the tourism boom on the coast has not affected the lives of these people, who are welcoming and keen to meet newcomers. The main income of the community is agriculture, with olives the main crop along with cereals, wheat and sunflowers. This rural location really offers a fascinating insight into the 'real' Andalucia.

 All rooms have en suite facilities and there is a bar, lounge, outdoor dining area as well as a lovely pool. There are also two friendly dogs owned by the manager of the Cortijo that like to lie on the patio in the sun. There is free, unlimited Wi-Fi available in the bar and sitting room areas.

Cortijo Rosario is renovated to a high standard whilst retaining its traditional heritage. As such, the farmhouse should not be considered a luxury villa or hotel. Towels are changed once during the week and rooms are serviced every other day.

There is one single room available, which can be guaranteed with a supplement from GBP 120 payable in advance on booking. We may be able to confirm another single room closer to departure, which will be from GBP 220 for a twin room as single occupancy. Please contact our sales team to check if this is available no more than two weeks before departure. Weather permitting, on every departure the catering team at the Cortijo will demonstrate how a true paella is made with the tips you normally don’t get from recipe books!

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Expert Blog Entries

  • Reviewed March 2019
    Gill Lambie

    Walking in Andalucia

    This was a lovely (grade 4 ) holiday in a rural, unspoilt part of Andalucia. The cortijo is very comfortable with fantastic views over the surrounding countryside. The laid back approach made it feel like a house party and Cartouche & Joke must be congratulated on this. Tea & coffee available all day and a bar with amazing measures. There were 12 of us in the group and we all got on well with lots of laughs. We were fortunate to have perfect weather all week with blue skies, no clouds and temps in the mid 20’s. The walks were varied and the day off in Seville was well worth doing. We all went to the Flamenco dancing in the evening and one of the group was so inspired by this that the next morning she gave us her personal interpretation by the pool before we set off on the walk.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The walk in the Grazalema National Park.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Michael Newcombe was our leader and was one of the best we’ve ever had . His knowledge of the area was impressive and he was able to impart this in an intelligent & interesting way. His people skills are excellent and I wonder if he’d even organised the lovely weather....What an ambassador he is for Exodus.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Just go
  • Reviewed March 2019
    Ben Brown

    A Great Time

    I really enjoyed everything about this group hike. This was the challenging version in March 2019...which was a great time to visit with temperatures in the Low 70's F. Everything went off without any problems but that was most likely due to the guide, Michael Newcomb. He is probably the best guide I have ever encountered. Not only is he very personable, he has taken the time to learn a LOT about the area and wildlife. He took the time to interact with all of the members of the group and he paid close attention to the pace to make sure those at the back didn't fall behind too far. He was simply outstanding. The Cortijo (farmhouse) was a really great place to stay. I had the single room and it was clean and comfortable. Note that there were dogs barking during the night but they are on nearby farms so the owners cannot help this. The owners, Joke and Cartouche, were very friendly and helpful as were their staff. I was able to pack lighter because they offered a laundry service that I took advantage of halfway through the trip. The food for the evening meals was fine (not bad) but I had hoped for a bit more Spanish cuisine. Breakfast was fairly light but sufficient. As a side note, Cartouche is also a talented tattooist and he has a small shop on the premises.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The most inspirational moment of the trip for me was the view from the hike on the first day.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    The group leader was outstanding. The best I have had.
  • Reviewed March 2019
    Beelin Baxter

    Unforgettable holiday

    This was a fantastic holiday in many ways. From booking till the day we left to go home, it was all done with great professionalism. The pace was just right and the group size was perfect. Well done Exodus.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Our highlight was the caminito del Rey.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    We couldn't have had a better leader than Michael. He offered us plenty of knowledge, and we had lots of laughs.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Just enjoy 😊

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Cortisol Rosario was lovely. Simple but homely.
  • Reviewed March 2019
    Alan Gelson

    A most enjoyable trip

    I would unreservedly recommend this trip. Michael Newcomb our guide was brilliant- enthusiastic and very knowledgeable about the land and the landscape and the flora and fauna and especially the trees and birds of the region. Our Hotel was comfortable with a terrace and panoramic views and an inviting well maintained swimming pool and Cartouche and Joke were warm welcoming and friendly. The food was excellent and Doug provided back up and the two resident dogs were a delight. The bed rooms were well sound proofed and very comfortable and the residents' sitting room comfortable and cosy with a log fire in the evenings. The walks were varied and gave us a great feel for the local landscape. Our day in Seville -one of the great European cities was fascinating.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Walking in the National Park

    What did you think of your group leader?

    He was inspirational. His background fitting him ideally for this responsible and educational role. Michael's parents are Spanish but he was brought up in England where he excelled as a sportsman and went on to London University to read History. He possesses a detailed knowledge of the flora and fauna and history of this beautiful country He possesses excellent people skills and throughout did his utmost to insure our safety and enjoyment of this trip.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Go and enjoy it.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Thank you.
  • Reviewed March 2019
    Harry Gracey

    You will love this trip

    Our first guided walking holiday (but not our first trip with Exodus) , and our first visit to this part of Spain. A really enjoyable week in rural Andalucia with a good mix of walks in spectacular scenery, great food, company etc. Particular thanks to our outstanding, most knowledgeable and helpful guide Michael, and all the staff at Cortijo Rosario.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Lots to choose from - plump for completing the Caminito del Rey. Don’t have a great head for heights ! El Chorro Gorge is truly spectular.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Absolutely superb in every way - a sincere thank you Michael. Eleanor and Harry.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    This was our first guided walking holiday and the walks are not particularly demanding. Lots of stops for views, things of interest etc.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Enjoy
  • Reviewed October 2018
    Geoff Holmes

    Great first trip with Exodus ( level 4 )

    A great introduction to rural Spain . We had hot sunny weather every day which made the walking days very enjoyable. The Accomodation was excellent too , with all the staff being friendly and helpful.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Walking the " Caminito Del Rey " made the trip for Me. The added bonus that we got to walk it with almost no one else in sight ( We were warned that it could be very busy ) was the icing on the cake.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Michael was a great group leader , very knowledgeable on the local area , wildlife and plants. He could not have been more helpful and answered all questions put to Him , or offered to find out the info if He didn't know it. His cheerful disposition really helped the group gel together from day one.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    insect repellant required if eating outside in the evenings.......
  • Reviewed October 2018
    Mark Weary

    Very peaceful

    This was a very peaceful vacation. Mike, our guide, was great. We had a great week. The hotel had a great food and a great view. The staff was very accommodating and a pleasure to talk with.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The group we had was great. After a full day of hiking, it was great to hang out with them for an after hike drink and then again at the hotel.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Mike was great. He was knowledgeable and very sociable.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    This is a very relaxing location and vacation. If you are looking for a town to explore and go out in the evenings, this is not it. If you want a place to relax and enjoy the week, this is definitely it.
  • Reviewed October 2018
    Christine & Brian Manning

    Sunny Days

    A fantastic time walking in the area around the Cortijo Rosario & beyond. Each walk introduced a different vista into the experience & we saw lots of birds of prey which the leader Michael easily identified. All walks ended with a cooling beer or two which was well received. The accommodation was very good & the meals exceptional.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Everyday was different & we enjoyed it all.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    The group leader Michael Newcomb was very knowledgeable about the local area with respect to flora, fauna & history & shared this information in an easy manner. He was well organised & catered for all abilities within the group.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Relax & enjoy your time in Andalucia.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    The owners & staff at the cortijo were all very helpful & nothing was too much trouble for them. Roger was an exceptional chef & his shellfish dishes were delicious. He also was very good at catering for all dietary requirements.
  • Reviewed September 2018
    Sharon Nicholls

    Walking in Andalusia

    Well organised. Lovely location. Excellent guide. Great value

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Walking the Caminito Del Ray

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Went the extra 10 miles!

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Will definitely use Exodus again!
  • Reviewed July 2018
    Gail Madeley

    Walking in sunshine with great views, great hospitality and great food

    A week of blistering heat (even hotter than in England) in superb landscapes with great hospitality from the management team who had only taken over Cortijo Rosario towards the end of last year. Varied itinerary with different walks on each day. Food prepared by Roger was delicious and the vegetarian options were envied by the rest of the meat-eating group.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Nothing really stands out specifically as all days were great and varied so it would be unfair to choose anything in particular.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Michael was great - his enthusiasm and knowledge was excellent and even if Belgium beat England in the group stage of the World Cup this was taken in the spirit of the occasion as the owners of the cortijo were from Belgium, as was the chef who lived up to his promise of sangria if we ate dinner 30 minutes earlier so that the kick off was not missed.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Enjoy it.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    I would personally like to thank Joke for meeting us at the airport when our flight from Birmingham was delayed and we knew we had missed the group pick up and to Alice at Exodus who kept us updated at all times - luckily I had turned my phone on when we landed and she managed to telephone us while we were waiting for our luggage to let us know that there was someone waiting for us.

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