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Last places! Winter Ascent to Mulhacen (Sierra Nevada)

Itinerary:

Friday, January 3, 2020
08:00
Departure from Seville-Marchena-Capileira, we have breakfast along the way, little visit from Capileira,
12:00
Hoya del Portillo-Refugio de Poqueir cn technical-interpretive stops in the network of ditches, shepherds' cabins, etc.
20:00
Dinner-gathering around the shelter's chimney
Saturday, January 4, 2020
08:00
Breakfast at the refuge of Poqueira, technical talk about the use of crampons and pioloet and mountain security
08:00
Ascent to the summit by the south edge of Mulhacen
20:00
Dinner-gathering around the fireplace
Sunday, January 5, 2020
08:00
Breakfast at the refuge, down the Poqueira River, Camino de las Acequias, coffee with a brief visit of Bubión and Pampaneira.
19:00
Arrival to Seville

Autumnal ascent to Mulhacen & #8211; Sierra Nevada

The Mulhacén with its 3,478 meters, its name comes from Muley Hacén, the Castilianization of the name of Mulay Hasan, the third to last Nasrid king of Granada in the 15th century, who is said to have been buried in this mountain. This is the highest peak in the Sierra Nevada and the Iberian Peninsula, only surpassed in Spain by Mount Teide. From its top we can see the Mediterranean Sea and the Moroccan Riff, Africa, and to the north the Vega de Granada. His ascent by the normal route does not involve hardly any technical difficulties.

We will leave from Capileira, we will visit this beautiful town of the Granada Alpujarra, with the car we will arrive at the refuge in a beautiful approach through the Poqueira river ravine. and we will leave this one in the upper canal or in the Hoya del Portillo to leave for the Poqueira Refuge via the «Acequia Alta» or the «Alto del Chorrillo», respectively. The ascent to the refuge will take us about 4 hours. The next day we will ascend to the Laguna de la Caldera, from where we will begin the climb to Mulhacen. We will descend to the refuge through the Loma del Mulhacén, where we will also find the top of Mulhacén II.

Road from Moguer to El Rocío from the Village of the Cabezudos

Guided and Interpreted Route from the old forest village of Los Cabezudos to the village of El Rocío, following the path used by the Brotherhoods of Huelva, following the Protected Space of Arroyo de la Rocina in the Doñana National Park

Evening cyclist Vïa Verde los Alcores / Evening bycicle ride Via Verde

The route is generally flat since it runs along the old railway furrowed with bridges, it saves channels of innumerable highly seasonal streams, it offers the possibility of establishing a backbone for the region of Los Alcores and knowing the Seville countryside after leaving behind in the first kilometers to the bank of the Guadaíra river.

Cortelazor to Galaroza 14 kms Guided and Interpreted Route in the Natural Park of Sierra de Aracena. Sunday October 20

Route that runs through 4 of the Natural Park villages (Cortelazor, Navahermosa, Valdelarco and Galoraza) and some places as unique as the Alderda de la Rivera Dundún or the oak grove of Talanque

Sunday, January 19 GUIDED AND INTERPRETED ROUTE Road from Moguer to El Rocío from the Village of the Cabezudos 14 kms

Guided and interpreted route following the path used by the Brotherhoods of Rocío de Huelva from the forest village of Los Cabezudos and crossing the Protected area of Arroyo de la Rocina in the Doñana National Park, to the village of El Rocío.

Multi-adventure weekend in the Algarve

Multi-adventure weekend in the Algarve: Hiking, snorkeling, kayaking and mountain biking

The Hiking Route of the Seven Hanging Valleys, this time different from the one already done previously, is considered one of the most beautiful in Europe by European Best Destinations as the most beautiful hiking route in Europe. The extensive Atlantic coastline is the setting for this tour of beaches, coves, caves, caves and arches that will leave us speechless.

The kayak route will offer the unique opportunity to access Praia de Benagil, which is located in a cave that can only be accessed by boat. We will also have the option of discovering the natural marsh of the Ría Fermosa. Kayak through the multiple natural channels that meander through the protected natural area and we will find an enormous amount of wildlife. We are going to stop at different beaches and islands of this Natural Park with areas with clear waters and beaches of fine white sand. We are going to use double kayaks, so don't worry if you don't have much kayaking experience, you can share with someone who is more experienced.

On the mountain bike route, we will do a part of the Algarve cycle path that has an extension of almost 214 kilometers and direct access to several beaches, the Ecovía del Litoral crosses the Algarve from one end to the other along a corridor green that connects Cape San Vicente and Vila Real de Santo António. Follow this route and discover places of great beauty and tranquility in the busiest area of the Algarve.

 

Hiking in Sierra de Lijar and visit the Algodonales white village

The Sierra de las Nieves is an ideal place for hiking. And walking is undoubtedly the best way to know it.

Kayaking in the Odiel Marsh Natural Park and La Bota beach

Guided kayak route through the Marisma del Odiel Natural Park, Huelva province, with a swim at La Bota Beach. 
There are few remaining places on the continent where it is so easy to have birds so close with a greater ornithological variety than our continent. You will be surprised to know, the density of waders, the seagulls when the tides are low, the colonies of spoonbills and herons, the flight of the osprey, the pink color of flamingos and much more. Silence and peace merge with spectacular views.