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From the bridge at Jimena you can walk along past the old bomb factory ruins (18th century) and either go up into old Jimena or continue round to the camp site, taking in the cave paintings. Make sure you do this early in the summer...More
My friend and I just went on a three and a half hour hike which involved a fairly steep incline on an old section of a Roman road, then an easy part on a gravel road in a pine forest before heading down a steeper...More
The Hozgarganta is reachable from both sides of Jimena, the access from the campsite is the easiest which leads one to a beautiful area, suitable for sit and picnic or choose to go off on a walk along the marked tracks. In particular the Sendora...More
Had a lovely time walking up el sendero Miradores de Risco and then down to Hozgaganta river, we then followed the river along its shore line back to the town of Jimena. It took us most of the day but I would recommend this route...More
Try to take the walk down from the town past El Risco and turn right at the bottom, over some superb paths worn into the rocks, leading to a little "beach" area where you can swim around the rocks even in the height of summer...More
We were a bit optimistic entering this walk down to the river and then up again, it was a hot day and perhaps not so suitable for a retired couple, not trained and prepared for this walk. The nature interesting, but the river was smaller...More
With three hours to spare this was a lovely river walk. We were advised by our hotel to try this short stretch of the GR7 ( the famous walking trail in Southern Spain) At four and a half kilometres it was not too demanding for...More