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Sigma Leisure: Holiday walks in the Alpujarra

Holiday walks in the Alpujarra

Local resident and walks leader Jeremy Rabjohns takes his readers to the very heart of Andalucia: the Alpujarra - the wild and beautiful part of southern Spain that has achieved prominence in Chris Stewart's Driving over Lemons. The region is perfectly positioned for an entire holiday or simply for a short break from busy tourist areas. To the north there is the dramatic backdrop of the Sierra Nevada, sprinkled with snow for much of the year, and the Moorish city of Granada with its magnificent Alhambra. Just an hour or so to the south are the popular resorts of the Costa del Sol and the sparkling blue waters of the Mediterranean. There are 27 walks in this book. Three explore the city of Granada: while the others - from 5km to 25km - are based on typical Alpujarran villages, each with an interesting history and unique character. In addition to the walks, there is information on travel, accommodation and cultural background - invaluable resources for aU visitors. An internet update service, free to all readers, ensures ongoing accuracy of information.


Jeremy has lived in the Alpujarra since 1995 and is a freelance guide and holiday organiser working throughout the area. The pastel and pen-work illustrations are by Jeremy's wife, Jeni, a trained and qualified painter and printmaker who works in the Alpujarra and draws inspiration from the area.


Pages.: 192

Dimensions: 13 cm x  23 cm


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Andalucia Coastal Walks

Wandelgids Coastal Walks In Andalucia - Andalusië | Santana books

The Best Walks close to Andalucía's Mediterranean and Atlantic Coastlines

Wandelboek de Costa del Sol en Costa de la Luz in het uiterste zuiden van Andalusië met uitgebreide routebeschrijvingen en mooie kleurenkopieen van de topografische kaarten 1:50.000 waarop de routes zijn ingetekend om te wandelen in de bergen langs de Spaanse zuidkust.
Just a short distance back from the beaches of the Costa del Sol and the Costa de la Luz the mountains and gorges of the mighty Subbética offer some of the finest walking in southern Europe and this guide incorporates the very best hiking trails:
43 routes in seven beautiful Natural Parks and protected areas close to Vejer, Tarifa, Bolonia, Gibraltar, Estepona, Marbella, Mijas, Nerja and Maro.
Clear and detailed route notes with times, distances, height gain, water points and gradings.
Spanish Geographical Institute maps and GPS references with GPX files available for direct upload to handheld devices
Full and half-day walks, the majority with circular routes to avoid concern about the need for transport.
Listings for the best places to stay in each of the seven regions.

Andalucían bird and flower check-lists compiled by two of southern Spain’s leading naturalists.Coastal Walking in Andalucía is the fruit of acclaimed author and expert rambler Guy Hunter-Wattsż quest to discover walking routes that showcase the regionżs beautiful and dramatic Mediterranean and Atlantic coastlines. Each of the 43 routes feature up-to-date information on estimated walking times, distances, and degrees of difficulty. Also included are detailed overviews of each region, including lists of the best places to eat and stay, plus practical advice on what to pack and where to buy essential items.

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Andalucia South Rother

Wandelgids Andalucia south - Andalusie Zuid | Rother

Uitstekende wandelgids met een groot aantal dagtochten in dal en hooggebergte. Met praktische informatie en beperkt kaartmateriaal! Wandelingen in verschillende zwaarte weergegeven in rood/blauw/zwart.

Southern Andalucía offers the hiker an extraordinary diversity of landscape on a strip of land about 350km in length and a maximum of 80km wide. Between the ancient port of Cadíz and the Costa de la Luz lined with shifting sand dunes and pine forests in the west, and the volcanic cliffs of Cabo de Gata in the east, you will find the 3000ers covered in snow almost all year round and a sub-tropical coastline. Luxuriant mediterranean forests are just as likely to be found here as are scorched semi-deserts and arid steppes.
You can walk along bridle paths and old paths linking the villages, follow in the footsteps of charcoal burners, snow gatherers, miners, smugglers and bandoleros past white mountain villages and isolated cortijos. Fairytale forests, hidden valleys and gorges, airy crests, karst mountain ridges and remote lakes in limestone bowls promise some varied days. And then there are the coasts with their picturesque cliffs, fishing villages and idyllic natural beaches. Only a stone's throw away from the densely populated and over-developed sunny Spanish coastal resorts, you will discover fascinating and unspoiled landscapes.
From straightforward cliff or beach walks and easy hikes between villages to demanding high mountain ascents, Bernd Plikat has selected 50 walks from various perspectives in the most beautiful areas of south Andalucía for this Rother walking guide. All the walks are introduced by a short fact-file of information, a detailed walk description, a hight profile and a small walking map indicating the line of the route. Colour photos give you a foretaste of this varied landscape and will hopefully inspire you go and explore for yourself

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Andalucia walking the GR7

Walking the GR7 in Andalucia

From Tarifa to Puebla de Don Fadrique

With its white sandy beaches, pine and oak forests, near-desert plateaus, snow-capped peaks, traditional villages, lush river valleys and olive groves, the GR7 in Andalucía takes you on a journey through the most geographically diverse region on the Iberian peninsula. Famous among holidaymakers for its coastline, the GR7 offers the opportunity to see another side of Andalucia. You will explore little-visited hidden gems, enjoy the natural parks and visit unspoilt peaceful villages.

This wonderfully varied route starts at the southernmost tip of Spain on the coast at Tarifa, and meanders through the provinces of Cádiz and Málaga before dividing. The northern fork heads through Córdoba and Jaén provinces (718km in total), while the southern fork passes through Almería and Granada (735km). The fully waymarked route crosses seven stunning natural parks and the Sierra Nevada national park, home to mainland Spain's highest peak - Mulhacén.

The GR7 avoids tarmac roads wherever possible, instead taking ancient trade routes, bridlepaths and even goat tracks. While most sections do not stray far from civilization, there are challenging days of up to 35km in length, so to make shorter days a tent is essential in some more remote sections. Nevertheless, camping can be avoided by the use of public transport, and there are only a few sections of steep ascent, so this route is suitable for walkers of reasonable fitness and navigational ability.

• The first guide to cover the whole of the GR7 in Andalucía.
• Detailed route description for around 60 days of walking, with options for creating shorter sections and days.
• Information on all the villages en route including accommodation so that you can plan your own route.

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Andalucia walks

Discover Andalucía's Natural Parks with a Cicerone guide
Guidebook to 36 walks in Andalucia. The Sierra Nevada regions of Aracena, Grazalema, Los Alcornocales and Gaucin, La Axarquia, the Alpujarras and Cazorla each have 6 day walks. Most of the walking routes are circular and range from 5 to 21km, are graded for difficulty, and many are suitable for all walkers.
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Andalucian Coast to Coast

The Andalucian Coast to Coast walk
This is a stunning 21-day walk to do as a whole or in part, taking you through the heart of Andalucia. "The Andalucian Coast-to-Coast Walk" is the fruit of acclaimed author and walking expert Guy Hunter-Watts' quest for a walking route that would link the region's most beautiful and ancient footpaths. The walk winds its way through six of Andalucia's Natural Parks and passes through several stunning hilltop villages including Frigiliana, Ronda, and Castillo de Castellar. This 21-day, 430-kilometre on-foot odyssey from Maro on the Mediterranean seaboard to Bolonia on the Atlantic Oceans features: detailed route notes with times, distances, water points, GPS and gradings; Spanish Geographical Institute maps with highlighted routes; historical overviews of all villages with recommended places to eat and sleep; and, full GPS references for the route available for direct upload to a handheld device.
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Andorra Walks

Andorra - the new destination for walkers with high-altitude ambitions. Charles Davis' introduction to the principality and his inspirational walk descriptions will soon have you hooked on taking a Spring/Summer/Autumn break high in the Pyrenees. 30 fully detailed walking route itineraries include two two-day hikes overnighting in beautiful Andorran refuges. Each walking route itinerary includes:- walking route summary; ratings for Effort, Time, Distance, Ascents/Descents, Refreshments and Vertigo risk; fully detailed walk description, including frequent timings to aid navigation and check your progress; GPS Waypoints at every key point on every route for pin-point navigational accuracy; full colour 1:40,000 scale map of the route; and short walk and stroll alternatives. There are some easy routes. There are some challenging routes for fit experts.
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Axarguia Walks

'Axarquia Revitalised'. Selling out of our first edition to the Costa del Sol's premiere mountain landscapes has enabled us to create a completely revitalised second edition. Also see our new Axarquia (Costa del Sol) Tour & Trail Map isbn 9781904946656 GBP5.99 by David Brawn. If you are looking for something wild, but close to resort civilisation, then "Walk! the Axarquia" could be for you. The Axarquia contains the Sierras Tejeda and Almijara which form the backbone of the region. Blessed with high summits, dizzying pinnacles, dramatic crags, deep ravines, dozens of springs, delightful rivers and the best coves on the Costa del Sol, this is a region with something for everyone.
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Camino de Santiago MICHELIN

St Jean Pied de Port, Santiago de Compstela

Handig kaartgidsje met alle nuttige info. 

This pocket atlas covers the Camino de Santiago which is the main route of the Way of St. James across northern Spain. The atlas starts in St-Jean-Pied-de-Port on the French side of the Pyrenees and makes it's way to Santiago de Compostela in north west Spain.

Each double page spread of the atlas covers between 20 and 30 kilometres of the route, one page has a Michelin map with the route highlighted on it, the other page shows a route profile with accomodation and other services marked out. Opening times, number of beds and contact details are given for the hotels along the way as weel as their distance from the starting point of the map.

The maps themselves show road detail from motorways to rough tracks and footpaths, with intermediate road distances are show on most roads, toll and toll-free sections of motorways are inicated and various road obstacles such as steep hills, one way streets and prohibited roads are marked.

The maps use relief shading and spot heights to indicate topography. View points, scenic routes, religious and historic buildings, caves, palaces and villas, parks and loads of other places of touristic interest are marked out with symbols. An index is included and the legend is in a bunch of languages, one of which is English.

A number of street maps are included covering the major cities and towns along the way, namely Pamplona, Logrono, Burgos, Leon and Santiago de Compostela with road names and points of interest marked out
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Ccsta Blanca Rockfax

Costa Blanca (Rockfax Climbing Guide)
Rock climbing guide to the Costa Blanca area in Spain. English text. In the Rockfax style.
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Costa Blanca mountain walks

Walk! the Costa Blanca Mountains wandelgids met 37 wandelingen - Discovery Walking
Wandelgids Costa Blanca met 37 wandelingen door valleien, bergen, paadjes langs kastelen voor geoefende en niet geoefende wandelaars is rekening gehouden.
Walk! Costa Blanca Mountains includes 37 fully detailed walking route itineraries. Each walking route itinerary includes: walking route summary - ratings for Effort, Time, Distance, Ascents/Descents, Refreshments and Vertigo risk - fully detailed walk description, including frequent timings to aid navigation and check your progress - GPS Waypoints at every key point on every route where there is good gps reception - short walk and stroll alternatives There are some easy routes. There are some challenging routes for fit experts.
Climbing into cliche, a better Costa Blanca : the Terrain, Castles, Arcs & Karst , Pathways to Pleasure, Valls & Sierras
full colour 1:40,000 scale map of the route
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Costa Blanca Walks

Costa Blanca Walks (Santana Guides)
This title features 33 walking routes - all of them a short distance from the popular tourist coastal resorts of the Costas. Each route is graded according to level of ease/difficulty. It includes easy-to-follow, detailed route notes with times and distances. It also features full-colour maps with GPS route markings and photographs for each walk, plus clear instructions on how to get to the start of each walk. It also gives advice on what to take with you and when best to go.
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Costa Blanca Walks

Walking on the Costa Blanca  - Cicerone
A collection of 50 circular walks and scrambles that explore the Costa Blanca mountains, around the resorts of Alicante, Benidorm and Calp, a popular European winter sun adventure destination. From 1,500m peaks and knife edge ridges to deep gorges, the walks range from gentle strolls to demanding days with steep climbs, and from 3-20km in distance.
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Costa Brava Rother

Wandelgids COSTA BRAVA Walking guide
Spain's "wild coast" is one of the most popular holiday spots on the Iberian Peninsula. This book includes a collection of 50 diverse walks along the Costa Brava, from the leisurely "cami de ronda" on the border between land and sea to summit tours, and, from an ecological nature trail to a rocky route incorporating some enjoyable scrambles.
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Extremadura Walking

Walking in Extremadura, dagwandelgids Extremadura, West Spanje - Santana Books
Wandelgids West Spanje om te wandelen met uitgebreide beschrijvingen van wandelroutes en mooie kleurenkopieen van de topografische wandelkaarten schaal 1:50.000 waarop de routes zijn ingetekend

- 27 walking routes in six diverse areas of the provincia with a further 20 recommended
- Walks are graded in difficulty and range from four to 25 kilometres in length at heights of 200-1500 meters.
- Smaller linked walks offering a circular route of over 50 kilometres.
- Clear and detailed route notes with pointers as to what to look out for on the way.
- Spanish Geographical Institute maps and GPS references.
- Three historical city walks, two of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites
- Notes on flora and fauna and items of historical interest.
It is a wealth of walking routes to this unblemished region of Spain. It includes information on estimated distances, walking times, and degree of difficulty. Extremadura, on the western border of Spain with Portugal, is an important area for wildlife and walking. There is a major reserve at Monfrague, which was designated a National Park in 2007, in addition to the Tagus River Natural Park. Monfrague is an outstanding bird watching area, especially for raptors such as the Eurasian Black Vulture, Griffon Vulture, and the Spanish Imperial and Golden Eagles. With a Mediterranean climate influenced in the north where it is continental, and to the west where the influence of the Atlantic make it milder, this is a year-round destination for dedicated walkers.
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GR 240 Sendero Sulayr GR 240 Sendero Sulayr

GR 240 Sendero Sulayr Sierra Nevada wandelgids - Penibetica
GR 240 Sendero Sulayr - Sierra Nevada wandelgids - Penibetica engelstalige wandelgids met spiraalband .

GR240 Sendero Sulayr - Sierra Nevada - Penibética - Sulayr (mountain of the sun). the word used by the Arabs with reference to the Sierra Nevada mountain range, is now the symbolic name given to a great long distance footpath GR-240. The Sulayr is the longest circular footpath in Andalusia and in Spain, covering more than 300 km. Along the way , we will discover surprising Cordillera Penibetica landscapes , getting to know first-hand its natural surroundings as well its mountain villages characterised not only by their history and traditions , but also by their ingenious aesthetic value.

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GR1 Spain's Sendero Historico

Spain's Sendero Histórico: The GR1

Northern Spain - Picos to the Mediterranean

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GR11 Trail

The GR11 Trail - La Senda

Through the Spanish Pyrenees

by Brian Johnson

The GR11 is an 820km long-distance trek that traverses the Spanish Pyrenees from Irun on the Atlantic coast to Cap de Creus on the Mediterranean. Leading over high passes and through sweeping valleys, the 45 stages of the route often have better weather than its French counterpart - the GR10. Trekkers require experience of high mountains.
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Nerja Mountains

Wandelgids The Mountains of Nerja | Cicerone

Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara Y Alhama

A guidebook to 24 graded day walks in the mountains of the Sierras Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama in the region of Axarquia. All routes are accessible from the holiday towns of Nerja and Velez-Malaga on the Costa del Sol, and range from easy strolls to strenuous climbs, some reaching summits over 2000m.
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Northern Caminos - Cicerone

The Northern Caminos

The Caminos Norte, Primitivo and Inglés

Guidebook to the Camino del Norte (Northern Caminos) pilgrim route through northern Spain to the sacred city of Santiago de Compostela. Includes stage-by-stage descriptions to the Camino del Norte (800km), Camino Primitivo, Camino Ingles (116km route) and the Camino de Finisterre, and provides advice, information on pilgrim hostels and more.
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Picos de Europa 10 walks

Wandelgids 10 circular walks auround the Picos de Europa | Black Bee
Deze wandelgids beschrijft 10 schitterende wandelingen in Noord Spanje, elke met een goede kaart, bezienswaardigheden, tips en advies. Een "must" voor elke serieuze wandelaar en hiker.

The routes range from 6 to 17.5 kilometres in distance, offering over 120 kilometres of walking with something for all - some routes high level, some lower. All will take you into places to encounter lesser-known aspects of the fascinating culture and history of the region as well as providing great opportunities to experience a fantastic variety of flora and fauna. At the end of each walk description we have included a couple of pages for your notes and observations. 128 Pages bound within a matt laminated cover and illustrated throughout with colour photography and detailed maps.

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Picos de Europa Cicerone

Walks and Climbs in the Picos de Europa
The guidebook has walks and climbs in the Picos de Europa, a limestone range to the north of the central section of the Cordillera Cantabrica, on the northern Atlantic shore of Spain, Europe. Routes divided into two main groups: valley-based and mountain, of all grades. With background information such as geology, flora, fauna and history.
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Picos de Europa Walking Guide

Wandelgids Picos de Europa | Sunflower
The Picos de Europa, one of Europe's last mountain wilderness areas, are the high point of a long ridge of mountains which runs along the north coast of Spain, the Cordillera Cantabrica. Ranging in altitude from 150m to 2648m (about 500-8700ft), the Picos are divided into three spectacular limestone massifs separated from one another, and from the surrounding ranges, by precipitous gorges ­ a truly spectacular area in which to walk or tour. This guide contains a wealth of information about the dazzling array of plant and animal life you can expect to see when exploring the range. The author, an all-round naturalist and Spanish correspondent for BBC Wildlife, has also contributed to Spain ­ the Rough Guide. Teresa Farino has been living in the Picos de Europa for almost twenty years. Together with Mike Lockwood, she has also written Sunflower’s Landscapes of the Costa Brava, and Travellers’ Nature Guides: Spain, published by OUP in 2004.

1 car tour with several detour options, 18 long and short walks, 6 easy walks for motorists, 5 picnic suggestions. 128 pages + touring map

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Pyrenees 3 Rother

Wandelgids Pyrenees 3 - Spanish East Pyrenees: Val d'Aran - Núria (Pyreneeën)| Rother
The Eastern Pyrenees belong to the most spectacular landscapes in south-western Europe. This walking guide presents the many varied opportunities on offer to hikers and mountaineers on the south side of the Pyrenean central ridge in Spain and Andorra. The scenic highlights of this region are almost unlimited – Val d’Aran, Sierra de Cadi, Vall Ferrera, Andorra, Val de Núria and especially the famous Aigüestortes i Estany de St. Maurici National Park are of special interest to nature lovers. Fabulous destinations for walks are to be found everywhere and mountain enthusiasts will be attracted to the steep limestone rock faces and granite peaks, the alpine pastures and luxuriant slopes blooming with flowers, the raging streams and countless mountain lakes.
There are 50 walks selected in this guide that do justice to all the faces of this unique landscape and also take into account the various needs and capabilities of the hiker.
Roger Büdeler, who has already written the Pyrenees 1 und 2 walking guides, also acquaints you in this third volume with the finest walks with detailed route descriptions from his adopted homeland. There is a map included with every walk and useful information concerning the starting point, grade, walking times and, of course, eating places and accommodation. Numerous photos display the Pyrenean mountain landscape in all its diversity.
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Cicerone The Pyrenees

The Pyrenees


The High Pyrenees stretch for 400km along the frontier between France and Spain, from the Cirque de Lescun, on the edge of the Basque Country in the west, to the Carl it massif and Cerdagne to the east of Andorra. The lush meadows and deep canyons, the rugged granite peaks and turbulent rivers, the secluded glens and limestone pavements make this a unique destination for the mountain explorer. Whether you are planning a break-out weekend or a month-long trek through the mountains, the Pyrenees mountain guide has all the information the independent mountain adventurer needs.

. Valley-by-valley description of the High Pyrenees from west to east helps the reader identify the best locations for walking, mountaineering, skiing and climbing.

. Classic walks and climbs are identified, as are routes up the classic peaks of the range. . Information on accommodation and suitable maps and guides. . A useful tool for those intending to walk the longer routes of the GRll, GRlO and the Pyrenean Haute Route, as well as for visitors wanting to plan shorter trips or a variety of mountain activities.

Kev Reynolds, an acknowledged expert on the region, has drawn on his years of experience to help outdoor enthusiasts make the most of their mountain adventure. Illustrated with Kev's superb photography and expert sketch maps, this is the guide to have!


Pages 464
Dimensions: 14 cm x 21,5 cm

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Sierra de Aracena Walks

Sierra De Aracena A Walk! wandelgids - Discovery Walking Guides

A hundred kilometres northwest of Seville lies a region of truly unspoilt rural Spain. Once a province of Portugal the Sierra de Aracena encapsulates almost everything that we look for as the idyllic walking destination; rural beauty in flora and fauna, breathtaking landscapes, unspoilt towns and villages linked by old donkey trails. All it lacks are high mountains. The Spanish have known about this isolated region for sometime and arrive at weekends and in mid-summer, but on weekdays and out of season it returns to peaceful tranquility.

"Sierra de Aracena - a Walk! Guidebook" will introduce you to this beautiful region through our 27 fully detailed walking routes backed by masses of useful information. Every route has 1:40,000 scale colour mapping from our "Tour & Trail Map", plus GPS Waypoints for pinpoint navigational accuracy.

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Sierra Nevada walking & trekking

38 walks, scrambles and multi-day traverses
This guidebook presents over 30 walking routes in Spain's striking Sierra
Nevada National Park, plus 5 high mountain scrambles and a summary of
the 300km GR240. The walks are graded from 'leisurely' to 'very tough',
although the majority are demanding mountain routes requiring fitness,
navigational skill and experience of challenging and remote terrain. They
offer opportunities to climb some of the region's 3000m summits –
including the highest mountain in continental Spain, Mulhacén – and 'Los
Tres Picos', a Spanish Three Peaks challenge taking in Veleta, Mulhacén
and Alcazaba. As well as half-day and full-day walks, there is a selection
of short treks: some present opportunities to wild-camp, whilst others use
the area's network of shelters
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Cicerone The Way of St. James Pyrenees - Santiago - Finisterre

The Way of St. James  
Pyrenees - Santiago - Finisterre


People have been walking the Way of St James as a pilgrim route for over a thousand years. Today's pilgrims are people of all ages and from all walks of life. While some walk simply to enjoy a beautiful long-distance footpath, others cll)ay have a religious motive or a personal, historical or cultural interest in the route.

Guide covers the 778km Spanish section of the Way of St James. . Route runs from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port in the foothills of the French Pyrenees to Santiago de Compostela in north-western Spain, and continues to Finisterre on the Galician coast.

Clear and detailed route description illustrated with a series of sketch maps.

Practical advice for the journey as well as background information on St James and pilgrim references en route.

The French section of the route is covered in a companion Cicerone volume, The Way of St lames: Le Puy to the Pyrenees.


Pages: 224
Dimensions: 11,5 cm x 17 cm

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Tarragona Climbs

Tarragona Climbs - Catalunya (English and Catalan Edition)
Tarragona Climbs" is a brand new selective guidebook to the one of the finest sport climbing venues in Europe: the Catalan province of Tarragona in Northwest Spain. The area is a rock climber's dream, offering magnificent routes set amidst some of the most spectacular scenery in western Europe. Written in conjunction with co-author Dani Andrada, one of the world's leading climbers, the guidebook features 11 different zones, including world famous climbing 'meccas' such as Siurana, Margalef, La Mussara, and Montsant, and offers over 2,500 routes of between grade IV (VS) and 9b (hard!). Additional features include: Languages - English, Catalan and Castillian; and, GPS co-ordinates for key parking areas.