Tours classification levels:
- Very easy, a little walking
- Easy, moderate walking
- Intermediate, moderate walking with some incline
- Demanding, lots of walking
Departing early in the morning for Alpujarra Granadina where magnificent landscapes showcase almond trees, vineyards and sunny terraces. Houses are built into the mountainside, facing south to take advantage of the Mediterranean climate. Paved and sinuous roads are an invitation to walk around, breath the fresh air and enjoy the peace and tranquility.
Then we get on the road to Lanjarón, known locally as Puerta de la Alpujarra, where one can relax in their mineral waters. After that, we’ll go to Órgiva, of Mauresque influence, Soportújar, Carataunas, and the road to Barranco de Poqueira where you can visit alongside the population of Pampaneira. This stop will let you see the architecture and taste the local cuisine and wines.
We continue to Pórtugos to visit a famous mineral water source of the Alpujarras. Well known by Arabs for its medicinal properties, this water contains iron and carbon dioxide giving it a distinctive spicy flavour. Then we go to Trevelez, the highest village of Spain, famous for its meat and sausages, especially ham. We’ll visit a drying room and see how they dry ham, followed by local wine and tapas tasting. Then we’ll enjoy a typical breakfast.
Some free time will let you visit some more before going back to Fuengirola.
Offered in a private group with a minimum of 15 persons. Price valid from April 1st, 2020 to March 31st, 2021.