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7 busy days in Andalusia. Costa de Sol: the Path of Kings

7 busy days in Andalusia. Costa de Sol: the Path of Kings
Lucie Stříbrná
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In 7 days on a motorhome, you'll get a taste of everything this beautiful part of Spain has to offer. The buzz of bigger cities, great local cuisine, natural swimming spots and interesting locations for walks and treks. In a week you will have memories for a year to come!

Honza Rychtařík - trip guarantor

  • He travelled through much of Europe in a caravan, several times even to Spain itself. Honza has personally visited all the places you will find on this page and has selected the most interesting ones for you.
  • When our Campiri Base opens, he will be on site with his team to make your trip to Spain the experience of a lifetime.

1st stop - Málaga

The starting point of the journey, where the handover of the vehicle will take place. This is where your journey begins, you can find the complete itinerary on Google Maps here.

2nd stop - Marbella/Estepona

The most famous towns of the Costa de Sol, where you can tune into real Spain at the beginning of your trip, taste the local gastronomy in tapas bars and restaurants, and recharge your batteries by the sea.


3rd stop - Manilva

To the south you can continue to Manilva and the local beneficial natural baths, where Julius Caesar himself was healed.


4th stop - Gibraltar

Take the cable car to the Top of the Rock, enjoy the great views and meet the rather cheeky monkeys of Europe's unique colony of the Barbary macaque.


5th stop - Tarifa

The road continuing south will take you to Tarifa. Perfect conditions for kitesurfing and surfing, along with the charming atmosphere of the town, influenced by Moroccan culture.


6th stop - Jerez de la Frontera

Another city on the path, rich in history and great gastronomy. This is the town where the cherry was arose and it’s only a short walk to the traditional Spanish Pueblos Blancos.


7th stop - Ronda

You will be climbing up the mountain for a long time, but the effort will be worth it. At the end you will find a gem in the form of this village with its typical white houses.


8th stop - Caminito del Rey

Until recently, it was the most dangerous trek in the world, but today it’s a secured route through the mountain pass, which is worth a walk. Don't forget to make a reservation. A few kilometers away are the azure blue lakes, which invite you to spend the night in the wild (and it’s allowed!).


9th stop - Málaga

End point and departure to the airport.

If you have a bit more time, check out the other tours around Andalusia. We have personally walked and mapped the 11-day circuit and the 14+ day circuit for you. ¡Buen viaje!