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Short Review of the Via Serrana


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Alex, formerly of Bodenaya on the Primitivo, has written up a little description of his walk on the Via Serrana, He joins our very own @alansykes as trailblazers on this walk.

The clincher for me is his final statement that — “there are a lot of caminos to Santiago, but ones as pure, untouched and beautiful as this one are rare.”

214 kms from La Linea de la Concepción, through Ronda and the Sierra de Grazalema. Too many tempting caminos, just waiting for us to walk.
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Frances Portuguese Finisterre Muxia Ingles Mozarabe VldP Sanabres Serrana Salvador Norte Espiritual
Yes, I totally agree,, walked spring last year and was fantastic,,, and quiet, only one other peregrino

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