- Camino(s) past & future
- La Plata (2010) Portuguese from Coimbra(2010) Levante (2011) La Lana (2013) Francés from Roncevalles to Molinasaca then the Camino de Invierno (2014)
Photo of the Ayuntamento in Almegia, first stop after Malaga where there is a good municipal albergue.
This is a guide for the routes from Andalucia to Merida which are attractive for winter walking. The part I walked two weeks ago, from Malaga to Baena was beautiful, especially for the first three days as the Camino climbed up and away from the Mediterranean. Even the many stretches through olive groves had a special charm, like the area for breeding of ecological partridges and, of course the beautiful white villages.
Signing and infrastructure is very good and, until after Cordoba, most stages are reasonably short with accomodation often at intervals of 10km or so.
Since Malaga is also very easily accessed by air, I thought this might interest some members.
This probably should be in "Other routes in Spain" but I don't know how to put it there.