Alpujarra Almeriense - Routes & Trails

Routes & Trails


Alpujarra, land of grasses, from the Arabic “Busherat” (al-bugscharra), is an Andalusian territory located between Almeria and Granada. Nature and history lovers will enjoy its routes and trails, which reveal why this region has been the inspiration for so many books and stories.

If we start with an easy but culturally interesting route, we can complete some of the urban routes on foot, taking in the most valuable cultural heritage sites in the area. Most of these routes are just over one kilometer in length, so they are not very difficult.
 
  Urban routes
 

Alboloduy


 
 

Alcolea


 
 

Alicun


 
 

Almocita


 
 

Alsodux


 
 

Bayarcal


 
 

Beires


 
 

Bentarique


 
 

Canjayar (Route 1)


 
 

Canjayar (Route 2)


 
 

Huecija


 
 

Instincion


 
 

Laujar de Andarax (Route 1)


 
 

Laujar de Andarax (Route 2)


 
 

Ohanes


 
 

Padules


 
 

Ragol


 
 

Santa Cruz de Marchena


 
 

Terque


 
 
  Extra-urban routes
 

Cordel de la Solana


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Vereda de Alcozayar


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Vereda de las Alcubillas


 
 

Camino de los Arrieros


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Alicun - Gatuna


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Las Paces - Minas Solana


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Bogaraya - Minas Solana


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Beires - Minas de Beires


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Nacimiento - Med. Fanegas


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

El Chaparral - Acequia


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

El Pulpito - La Parra


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Fondon - Acequias del rio


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Rio Chico Trail


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Aguadero Trail


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Monterrey Trail


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Las Minas & Caparidan


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

El Cerecillo Trail


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Padules - Cordel


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Tejar - Llanillo del Majuelo


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

Santa Cruz - Los Beltranes


 Wikiloc
 

 
 

El Ricaveral Trail


 Wikiloc
 

 
  
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