The Cuatro Calas coastal walk in Águilas SL-MU18
Four beaches and a fascinating array of flora and fauna on a short coastal walk in Águilas Details of the SL-MU 18 Cuatro Calas walk Start and finish: Playa de Calarreona Distance: 4 kilometres including detours, 2.8 km without detours Duration: 60 minutes for the circular route, 90 minutes including detours Total ascent and descent: 130 metres The SL-MU 18 “Cuatro Calas” footpath follows a route which is entirely within..

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Walking in Águilas: the headland of Cabo Cope
The PR-MU 104 route offers spectacular views from the lower slopes of Cabo Cope Cabo Cope is the imposing headland which juts out into the Mediterranean next to the village of Calabardina, in the municipality of Águilas, reaching a height of 242 metres and dominating the landscape. At the same time it is part of the natural park of Cabo Cope and Puntas de Calnegre, declared a Site of Community Interest on account of its tectonic and geomorphological..

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The GR-92 Mediterranean coastal path in Águilas
A 22-kilometre stretch of the route follows the Águilas coastline As well as being home to various recommended rural walking routes, the municipality of Águilas is also one of the many visited by the GR-92 route which runs along the whole of the Mediterranean coast of Spain from the border with France to Tarifa, in the province of Cádiz. The Águilas section hugs the coastline closely from Playa de la Galera in the north to Playa de..

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Walking in Águilas: the Sendero del Baladre route in Águilas
The PR-MU 112 walk is in the mountains which stand to the north of Águilas The route lies within an area which is included in the Natura 2000 network as a Site of Community Importance and is a ZEPA birdlife protection zone, due to the presence of species such as the eagle owl, the peregrine falcon and the Bonelli’s eagle. The route is also home to other protected species such as the spur-thighed tortoise. A circular route, it initially..

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Walking in Águilas: the Marina de Cope route
The SL-MU 23 walk includes wild beaches, a Roman jetty and a nuclear spring! The route lies entirely within the Regional Park of Cabo Cope y Puntas de Calnegre, and allows walkers to appreciate the natural and cultural heritage which make the area deserving of this status. Along the way are nesting sites used by various bird species, beautiful coves, the remains of Roman settlements, a small crypto-wetland at the Playa del Saladar and even..

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The Camino del Agua walking route in Águilas
The PR-MU 113 route is an 18-kilometre walk from the mountains behind Águilas to the town centre This route is named after the old water supply channel from Tébar to Águilas, a canal which was built on the orders of King Carlos III in the 18th century with the aim of providing infrastructures for the growing town of Águilas. It is a linear route of which all but 3 kilometres follows tarmacked road surfaces, and on either side are intensive..

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The Camino de la Romería walking route in Águilas
The walk follows the route of the annual Romería del Rocío in Águilas This is a linear walk rather than a circular route, running from the Plaza de la Guardia Civil in the town of Águilas to the Molino del Saltaor beauty spot, and the route is very similar to the one followed during the annual “Romería”, when the figure of the Virgen del Rocío is carried to the mill and spends the night there before returning to the church of San..

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