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It’s said the rain in Spain falls mainly in Asturias … But when Olive Press editor Jon Clarke swapped the crowded Costas for a summer break in this peaceful pastoral paradise, he only wore his raincoat once.
1. Caminito del Rey, Malaga Let’s start with the one everyone knows. Pinned into the steep walls of El Chorro gorge, this 3km boardwalk rises...
THE Sports Department of Malaga City Council has designed six new routes for the 'Walk around the city' programme. With these additional routes, Malaga city...
Spanish app Wikiloc fuels hiking resurgence with 13 million routes, writes Dimitris Kouimtsidis
WHEN I first came to Andalucía in the ‘80s Alastair Boyd’s travelogues The Road from Ronda and In The Sierras of the South were...
Cancer is difficult to recover from. Aggressive forms of cancer like mesothelioma can make you feel fatigued all the time. It can be tempting...
The park is home to the largest population of Spanish firs in Andalusia and more than 150 species of birds.
Walkers taking on the world-renowned Camino de Santiago are being urged to stop defecating outdoors
A BRITISH expat is walking 1,300km in her third trip along the Camino de Santiago
Spain has one of the worst exercise rates in Europe
Walking guide Guy Hunter-Watts suggests a great shady summer walk around Canos de Meca
A clip on YouTube of the Caminito del Rey has gone viral
Mary Anne Goossens, who spent 18 days lost on hillside near Nerja, survived by thinking of her favourite dishes and family
It's the seventh annual fundraising walk in aid of the Axarquia Association AFADAX