TICKETS for the reopening of the Caminito del Rey are to go on sale from midday today.
Spain’s deadliest walkway at El Chorro near Malaga will be opened to the public on March 28.
Admission will be free for the first six months, allowing up to 600 visitors a day to take on the death-defying path.
Although a wooden pathway has been fixed to the cliff face 100m above the gorge, helmets will still be compulsory to visit the walk.
The 110-year-old Caminito del Rey has been a crumbling, forbidden walkway for over a decade.
It will be open from Tuesday to Sunday, 10AM-2PM in the winter and 10AM-5PM in the summer.
For tickets and more information visit www.caminitodelrey.info
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