The Berber Camino
This walking journey starts at Almuña through rolling country over the Moorish frontier into the largest private estate in Europe via the citadel of Castellar de la Frontera. Then to the Straits and along the wild unspoilt Atlantic coast walking bare footed on golden sands.
"Each day’s walk is just as lovingly planned, winding through cork forests, smugglers trails, limestone valleys and sun baked grasslands, accompanied by teams of mules carrying chilled Fino sherry." - Rachel Hawthorn House & Garden
This walking journey has much historical content with explanations of the period of Moorish rule which in this corner of Spain spanned from 711 to 1492.
The Berber Camino Departe Date & Prices
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£1,920 Per person - Sharing a double room
£2,210 Per person - Individual room
Arrival and Departure Airport: Málaga
Accommodation en route: 2 nights at Almuña, 2 nights at the 18th century convent and hunting lodge of the Dukes of Medinaceli, 1 night Algeciras and 2 nights near Tarifa.
Walking Grade: 2
Overall walking distance: 65 miles
Longest walking day: 14 miles
Going under foot: Mainly good but some pitted fields
Option to walk less: Yes, there are plenty of options to walk shorter distances