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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.
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.
Tuesdays: The route runs through several pavilions and gardens on the Isla de la Cartuja, where there is practically no traffic. We will pass through the agro-ecological orchards of the island of Tercia and the climbing wall of the Alamillo bridge. Next, we will cross the Guadalquivir river in its Corta de la Cartuja section.
Thursdays: The route runs through the Tablada flood plain, the paths and paths parallel to the Guadalquivir river where nature can be observed in its greatest splendor.
We will take a historical path between El Pedroso and Villanueva del Río Minas that tends to go down and that is reflected in the historical cartography-minutes of the National Cartographic Institute- being the one that coincided with the old cattle route, and that runs in sections parallel to the route railway, built later in the 20th century.
Again we will go to spend a multi-adventure bridge: hiking, bicycle routes, cultural visits, via ferratas, horseback riding or canyoning.
The Natural Park of the Sierras de Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas is an environmental benchmark. And what is more interesting, also from the Iberian Peninsula. The mountain landscape of the Sierra de Cazorla is the largest protected reserve in Spanish territory and the second in Europe. An area of enormous plant and animal diversity where the Guadalquivir River is born.
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 green corridor 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.
It is one of the most beautiful routes that can be done near Seville. Some sections are demanding, depending on the grade and technique of each one. But totally advisable, since it passes through a JDA farm (El Berrocal) where deer are raised, so we can meet them several times during the journey. Part of the route belongs to the Camino de Santiago.