Malaga has announced that one of its top attractions will be open to the public from June 12. The famous “Kings Path” the Caminito del Rey will initially only open from Friday to Sunday with a limit of 550 tickets available each day to avoid overcrowding and the possible spread of the coronavirus. The Diputacion of Malaga confirmed that it …
Andalucía’s Caminito del Rey walkway has gotten one step closer to becoming a UNESCO World Heritage Site after provincial government leaders approved launching a bid to gain UNESCO status. The provincial council has agreed to put together a working committee with the help of local town halls before sending a proposal to Madrid. The provincial council has also proposed …
The natural beauty spot that’s not for the faint hearted, is once again boosting tourism after a major safety uplift
The Caminito del Rey is expected to be officially inaugurated on March 28th and owners of restaurants, hotels and lodgings in the area are rubbing their hands with glee as 32,000 people have already booked online to visit the site.
The Caminito del Rey, originally opened by King Alfonso XII in 1921, is set to open at Easter following a €2.24 million renovation.
The renovated Caminito del Rey is currently expected to open to the public in February 2015 and Málaga Council is currently working on a reservations system and information site for this attraction.
The restoration work on the Caminito del Rey, started in 2013, are currently scheduled to be completed in the first quarter of 2015, with the official inauguration possibly including the presence of King Felipe VI.
Málaga Provincial Council is to finance a project to renovate the Caminito del Rey (King’s Highway), a famous walkway along and through the Los Gaitanes Gorge in Ardales. The walkway has been closed for a long time as it became far too dangerous.
A 24 year old Swiss man has died after falling from a height of around six metres while climbing near the ‘Caminito del Rey’ in the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes (gorge) in Álora.