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GR 7: Puebla de D. Fadrique - Tarifa


Kontaktopplysninger

Cadiz  (Andalusia)
Federación Andaluza de Montañismo. Granada
secretaria@fedamon.com
www.fedamon.com
Tlf.:+34 958 29 13 40
Faks:+34 958 28 09 20

Beliggenhet

Region:
Andalusia

Provins/øy:
Cadiz

Cádiz

Beskrivelse

In Andalusia, the GR7 long-distance path, the E-4 European path, begins in the municipality of Tarifa in the province of Cadiz.

It connects villages from the provinces of Cadiz, Malaga, Granada, Almería, Cordoba and Jaen, with approximately 1250 km of signposted paths.
It runs along the sierra of Ojén, with its great botanical and landscape value, before continuing through the Los Alcornocales Natural Park, with great contrasts of fluvial valleys and plenty of mountain formations upon which one of the most extensive cork oak groves in the world grows.It then crosses the Grazalema Natural Park, noteworthy for its Spanish fir grove, caves and gorges.
It enters the province of Malaga in Los Llanos de Libar and Montejaque. It runs through such interesting places as La Serranía de Ronda, El Chorro, climbers' paradise, and the Sierra del Valle de Abdalajís, until reaching Antequera.
In Villanueva de Cauche it divides into two main offshoots: one heading towards Zafarraya to enter the province of Granada and the other towards the province of Cordoba, after crossing the north-eastern region of Malaga.
In the province of Granada it runs through Alhama de Granada, set among enormous strips of rock that form real natural walls.It enters the wonderful valley of Lecrín, with its many orange trees and streams, before continuing through La Alpujarra of Granada and a small stretch (Puerto de la Ragua-Bayárcal) of La Alpujarra in Almeria, all exceptionally beautiful with villages containing local architecture, crafts and cuisine, etc.
Part of the path runs through the mountainous massif of Sierra Nevada, one of the natural areas of greatest diversity in Andalusia and declared and National Park in 1999.
After re-entering the province of Granada, you will cross the Sierra de Baza. You pass through the localities of Zújar (spa baths) and Orce (prehistoric findings) and, after the beautiful views of the Pico de la Sagra peak (2,000 m), reach Puebla de Don Fadrique.
If you take the Cordoba offshoot, the path runs entirely through the Natural Park of Las Sierras Subbéticas, located in the south of Cordoba, the geographic centre of Andalusia of great landscape and ecological wealth.You pass through the locality of Rute, where a visit to the anisette museum and a taste of the sweets is a must,through Priego de Córdoba, a jewel of Cordoba baroque,and through Almenidilla, with the remains of an important Roman villa and an Iberian necropolis. It finally enters the province of Jaen through La Hortichuela.
It crosses the Sierra Mágina Natural Park, with a rugged landscape representing the highest area of the province, followed by the Natural Park of Las Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas, the most extensive in Andalusia with extremely beautiful valleys and the source of the River Guadalquivir. After reaching Santiago de la Espada, it enters the province of Granada to connect with the offshoot of the Granada GR7 in Puebla de Don Fadrique before entering the Autonomous Community of Murcia.

Detaljer om ruten

Startsted: Tarifa (Cádiz)
Ankomststed: Puebla de D. Fadrique (Granada)
Vanskelighetsgrad: Difficult
Lengde (km): 1250
Antall etapper: 55


Reiserute

CÁDIZ (206 km):

Tarifa - Los Barrios - Castellar - Jimena de la Frontera (from here there is an offshoot that heads for Cortes de la Frontera, Peñón del Berrueco, in the province of Malaga) - Ubrique - Benaocaz - Villaluenga del Rosario.

MÁLAGA (250 km):

Montejaque - Ronda - Arriate - Serrato - El Burgo - Ardales - Alora (El Chorro) - Valley of Abdalajís - Antequera - Villanueva del Gauche (it divides into two offshoots, one to Cordoba and the other to Granada).
To Cordoba. Villanueva del Rosario - Villanueva del Trabuco - Archidona - Villanueva de Algaidas - Cuevas Bajas - Cuevas de San Marcos.
To Granada: Riogordo - Aldea de Guaro - Venta de Zafarraya.

GRANADA (500 km):

Ventas de Zafarraya - Alhama de Granada - La Resinera - Fornes - Arenas del Rey - Jayena - Albuñuelas - Saleres - Restábal - Melegís - Murchas - Lecrín - Nigüelas - Lanjarón - Cáñar - Soportújar -Pampaneira - Bubión - Capileira - Pitres - Atalbéitar - La Tahaja -Pórtugos -Busquístar - Trevélez - Juviles - Timar - Narila - Cádiar - Alcútar - Bérchules - Mecina Bombarón - Yegen - Válor - Nechite - Mairena - Laroles - Báyárcal.

ALMERIA (15 km):

Puerto Ferreira - Port of la Ragua - La Calahorra -Charches - El Alamo - Picón de Gor - Cortijo de Santa Olalla - Baza - Baños de Zújar - Benamaurel - Cúllar - La Tejera - Orce - Galera - Huéscar - El Villar - Las Santas - Almaciles - Puebla de D. Fadrique.

CÓRDOBA (59 km):

Rute - Priego de Córdoba (Aldea de la Concepción) - Almenidilla.

JAÉN (220 km):

Las Pilas de Fuente Soto - Alcalá la Real - Frailes - Car-chelejo - Cambil - Torres - Albanchez de Úbeda - Bedmar - Jódar - Hornos de Real - Quesada - Cazorla - Vadillo - Cotorríos - Pontones - Santiago de la Espada.

Variante GR 7.9:

GR 7 - Antequera - Cartaojal - Cuevas Bajas - GR 7.

Tjenester

You can spend the night or eat in the main villages along the path, where you will find the basic services to follow the path satisfactorily. For further information, contact the Granada, Cordoba, Malaga, Cadiz, Jaen and Almeria Tourist Boards.

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