WITH work set to be completed on the Caminito del Rey as early as this year, thrill seekers from across the globe will be booking their tickets for the tiny village of El Chorro.
This presents one big problem… where are they all going to go? And how are they going to get there?
In its current state El Chorro has little space for tourists to stay, let alone places for day-trippers to park their cars.
As the Caminito is sure to become one of Andalucia’s top tourist spots the tiny village could quickly descend into chaos.
Some urgent planning is needed.
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