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Caminito del Rey Entrance Ticket

Highlights
  • Get access to the protected natural environment of Caminito del Rey

  • No waiting in lines—entrance fees are included

  • Experience incredible views while walking across Gaitanes Ravine

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Caminito del Rey Entrance Ticket
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Caminito del Rey Entrance Ticket
USD 11.64
Overview

Discover Malaga’s raw and natural beauty in Caminito del Rey. You won’t waste a moment of your trip waiting in line as all entrance fees are included, so you can skip the crowds. You’ll discover remote landscapes, but feel completely safe as there is a linear pathway to follow. Walk across Desfiladero de los Gaitanes (Gaitanes Ravine), and access incredible viewpoints.

What to Expect

An exceptional natural environment that has been a mute witness of the history of industrialization in Málaga in the XIX-XX centuries, where you will be able to learn, apart from fauna interesting facts, the local flora and geology, curious facts about railroad pioneers and the electricity production.

The entrance is through the northern access and starts next to the parking Zone 4, through a long and narrow tunnel carved in the mountain which leads to a forest track that ends up in the Checkpoint at the entrance of Caminito del Rey.

The pathway has a total length of between 6 and 7 km depending on the chosen access. It is a linear pathway, so the return from the exit, located in the southern access, must be traversed by bus. There is also the option of parking in the southern access and taking the bus to the entrance.
It´s forbidden to come with children younger than eight and to come with shoes no appropiate to have a walk, specially flip-flops and helled shoes.
We recommend that you read before the rules of use published in the additional information.



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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Unforgettable walk

This is the renovated 19th Century walkway, pinned along the steep walls of a narrow gorge in El Chorro, near Ardales in the province of Málaga, Spain. Begun in 1901 and was finished in 1905 for a visit by King Alfonso XIII of Spain. It...More

1  Thank John P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
I have vertigo and I did it. (For those afraid of heights)

Spectacular. We drive to the north entrance in early August- got there at 10 and easy to find s space. I won’t write about the loos, or the need to be prepared with water etc. My main thing was that I do suffer from vertigo-...More

3  Thank judy2shoos
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Breath taking views

We booked back in April for July tickets as last year we couldn't get tickets as we were 5 people. The age range was 8 - 74 and were a party of 6, 3 adults and 3 children. We were not left disappointed, the walk...More

1  Thank LausieLDN
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Good experience

An amazing hike with spectacular scenery. Glad I did it, My one complaint is there is a real lack of signs along the route to actually get to the entrance. It is a 2.7 kilometre walk just to the entrance and hardly any signs. Also...More

3  Thank ZayM
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Really spectacular

If you arrive by car, you can park near Restaurante El Kiosko. From here there is a path leading to the entrance – it’s 2-3 kilometers. There were no tickets left online but we went anyway and when we got to the entrance we only...More

1  Thank Henriette O
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nycNY_travels
12 August 2018|
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Response from rugbike | Reviewed this property |
We booked our tickets through Trip Advisor as on the official site all dates fro us were sold out. Trip Advisor used a local tour company and it was totally legitimate. I think the tour comapnies buy blocks of entrance... More
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Kat1364
27 June 2018|
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Response from Carolyn_via_Ecuador | Reviewed this property |
There are many resting spots before and after the cliffs. Take water and snacks, and take breaks if you are tired. I am in my 50's and not an athlete at all. Turning back after the cliffs is not possible, but also not... More
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John S
17 June 2018|
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Response from Carolyn_via_Ecuador | Reviewed this property |
It seemed like 2.5 hours. We were going as fast as others who were not in a tour. The information offered was very interesting. We only got the tour because the other tickets were all gone. But glad it worked out that way. I... More
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