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The Berber Camino Walk

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. 

This walking journey has much historical content with explanations of the period of Moorish rule which in this corner of Spain spanned from 711 to 1492.

Overall walking distance: 65 miles

Longest walking day: 14 miles

Walking grade 2: Good going, some stony parts, mild to steep uphill stretches, max 14 miles per day.

Going under foot: Mainly good some pitted fields.

Option to walk less: Yes, there are plenty of options to walk shorter distances.

These holidays are organised specifically for a team leader to put together a group of friends to come on these magnificent walking journeys. Overall walking distances on each trip can be varied to suit the party.

View Berber Camino Itinerary

The price will include 7 nights full board and lodging, all meals wine with lunch and dinner,  services of English speaking and local guides, airport transfer, transport throughout the week and entrance fees as specified. The price does not include airfares, insurance and staff gratuities.

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 on the Atlantic near Tarifa.

Airport of arrival & departure : Málaga