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Embalses Guadalhorce-Guadalteba

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Embalses Guadalhorce-Guadalteba

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Caminito del Rey tour from Malaga with Picnic (small group)
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Caminito del Rey tour from Malaga with Picnic (small group)

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We are the best way to discover Caminito del Rey avoiding the crowds and big groups.<br><br>We are the only tour that includes a picnic with local products.<br><br>Small group (8 people max.) with independent travelers. Lots of fun guaranteed.<br><br>visits the Natural Park during the less busy hours.<br><br>The guide is an expert in geography and geology.
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sukiDundeeScotland wrote a review Oct 2020
Dundee, United Kingdom34 contributions8 helpful votes
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Having already done the Camenito Del Rey, we decided to visit the reservoirs around the El Chorro area. Wow! You really must visit this area if you get the chance. It’s absolutely stunning.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Julian K wrote a review Aug 2020
Leeds, United Kingdom105 contributions63 helpful votes
This is a very beautiful place. The location is stunning with lovely clear blue water, plenty of activities on the water and loads of places to sunbathe but also with loads of shade. There are lots of built in tables and benches for people to sit at and have lunch in shade or sun. The activities, sun bed hire and parking are very reasonably priced and the staff are good. However there are a number of things that you need to be aware of. Parking near the “beaches” is limited if you can get there no later than 11.30 and park where you see the green kayak. If you don’t park there you will have to walk on the main road which doesn’t have a footpath. We initially parked in the next car park down the hill and I ended up moving the car so paying twice (2€). This area isn’t for people with mobility problems the paths are at times steep and all have trip hazards. Be prepared. The beaches are not sandy they are painfully gritty as is getting into the water. My advice is; - Get there in good time - Take your own chairs - Take a large tablecloth - Wear footwear that you can go in the water with such as wetsuit shoes - If you can’t park in the green kayak car park get as close to it as you can which may mean parking on the roads though there is a steep drop on one side. Lots of people do it - Take lunch with you. There are restaurants on the main road but they are a long walk. If you drive you probably won’t get parked again If you do all that it will be amazing
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Spanish Teacher wrote a review Jul 2020
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The opening of the Caminito Del Rey walkway has brought much needed tourism inland. Don’t stay around that area though...it’s starting to get very touristy. We used to live here so now travel further up to the next reservoir and across the dam with breathtaking views of all three lakes. Continue on and you’ll see a kayak advertising La Bahia. La Bahía del Guadalhorce is the most beautiful and unspoilt of all the reservoirs...with cristal clear, lightly salted water...good for the skin! We rent pedaloes and kayaks and spend most of our holiday there. It’s just simply stunning.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Kew_Nick wrote a review Sep 2019
Greater London, United Kingdom97 contributions89 helpful votes
Great place to be away from the hustle and bustle of the city if you are in Malaga or nearby. There is a water park, boats for hire, etc. and you can swim in the freshwater lakes just there too. There are also woodland walks, small boutiques, cafes, restaurants, etc. A nice calm day out.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Pablo hombre wrote a review Aug 2019
London, United Kingdom807 contributions358 helpful votes
Close to Malaga, really beautiful and tranquil (out of season!) and a really nice day visit for all the family, with lots of people boating, swimming, picnicing, etc. Well worth a visit
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Date of experience: July 2019
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