Frigiliana to Sedella Long Distance Walk - €170

06 - 07 March 2017

Price €170.00 Per Person
Minimum 3 persons

Whats included?
2 Guided Hikes along 2 stages of the GR249 between Frigiliana and Sedella.
Overnight in Hotel Balcon de Competa.
1 Evening Meal & Breakfast 7 Packed Lunch.
Transfers to and from Nerja.

Overnight in the Hotel Balcon de Competa.

First Day . 17 kilometers rising 700 meters. Highest point is 900 meters. 6-7 hours walking.

We meet in Nerja and drive to Sedella to start the walk. From there we cross the old Roman bridge on our way to salares. We then cross the Arabic bridge up to Cortjo del Jara and across to the next roman bridge at Canillas del Albaida. Finally we arrive in Cometa at the Hotel Balcon de Competa where we have our rooms and evening meal arranged.

Second Day. 26 Kilometers rising 1050 meters. Highest point is 1200 meters. 8-9 hours hiking. Our route will take us through the hills above Competa past Cortijo del Daire and on into the Hidden Village of El Acebuchal for a coffee and cake before pushing on to Frigiliana. We will then get our transfer back to Nerja from there.

Transfers back to Nerja included.

This is a very challenging 36 hours so a very good level of fitness is required.

The Long Walk of Malaga - 17 April 2017

We will have The Long Walk during April this year so if anyone is interested in a nice 4 day thru hike of about 50 miles or 70 klm please don't hesitate in contacting me.

Because I now have deposits paid I know that we will definitely be hiking. The numbers are limited to 7 people so if you would like to participate on a a nice challenge through the mountains of southern Spain then this might be the one for you.

I do not prebook hotel rooms in advance. I book the hotels as the reservations come in so the longer you leave it the more likely the hotels will be booked.

Here is the link to the page with all the relevant details.

Bringing People Together in Nature

Walking and Hiking through the hills and mountains has become one of the greatest pastimes of the 20th and 21st centuries. For some the sheer pleasure of being outside is more than sufficient and for many others the physical challenge of reaching the summit is an exhilaration not often found in everyday life in the city or towns we live in. For most of us north Europeans, we have to contend with cold and wet weather too. This adds a extra dimension to the simple act of taking a hike or a walk in the uplands.
Here in Andalucia, we have a different ingredient. Here where the sun shines on average for 330 days of the year, the pleasure of walking is significantly increased and its a lot easier to walk in the sun. So if you are thinking of taking a walking holiday please consider the mountains of southern Spain as a destination and we will be very happy to help you organise it.

Yours Sincerely,
John Keo