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This exceptional week long adventure takes in some of the most unspoilt and remote landscapes of this hidden corner of Andalucia. Basing ourselves amidst the lovely whitewashed ambience of Canillas de Albaida, on the edge of the glorious vistas.


From £455 (tour only)

Duration: 7 days
Departures: various departures year around
Start point: Malaga
End point: Malaga

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Walking the Moorish Trail in Adalucia, Spain

Join us for a week of walking in Andalucia. We explore an ancient network of trails and mule routes linking picturesque white-washed Moorish villages through a landscape of vineyards and olive groves. We hike along parts of the old ‘Silk Route’ to Granada and can visit the spectacular Alhambra Palace. Every evening we enjoy delicious local food and sample the region’s famous sweet wine. Trip Highlights: Canillas De Albaida - Beautiful base amidst a traditional Moorish village on the edge of the Sierra Tejeda Natural Park. Rural Landscapes - Walking through a rich profusion of natural diversity, Moorish villages and unspoilt wilderness in the heart of Andalucia’s stunning landscapes. Granada - Option to visit the beautiful Moorish and Renaissance treasures of one of the region’s architectural and cultural gems.

>> Free Gift if you mention Greentraveller when you book:  A Limited Edition, Explore branded Moleskin

What price includes

  • 7 nights at a 16th Century converted convent
  • 7 breakfasts included
  • Moderate Walking tour
  • Explore Tour Leader



Plan your journey by train

Meeting point:
Malaga Airport

Nearest train station to meeting point:

Transfer to meeting point:
Guests make their own way to meeting point
The airport at Malaga is accessible by train.

How to get there:
London then jump on a duck train from Madrid to Malaga

Plan your journey by train to Malaga

Plan your journey by train

Finish point:
Malaga Airport

Nearest train station to finish point:

Transfer to finish point:
Operator drops guests off at station

How to get back:
Duck train from Malaga to Madrid, then direct to London.

Plan your return train journey from Malaga