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Cortijo Romero
Cortijo Romero

Autumn Walking

Mountains, sea and city.

From Saturday Oct 21, 2017 to Saturday Oct 28, 2017
Cost: £695.00
Availability: Full


A great introduction to walking in the Alpujarras mountains and a perennial favourite with participants, this is a week of varied hikes at a perfect time of year for walking in the South of Spain. With autumn arriving, there will be fruits to gather, trees ablaze with gorgeous colours, glowing sunsets to enjoy and wonderful company to share. Average temperatures are still in the twenties.

There will also be an opportunity to visit the Arab Baths in Granada and a lunchtime meal out at the beach after a stroll along the coastal nature reserve at Cantarrijan.

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Course Leader

Paul and Fiona Primarolo
Paul and Fiona have lived and farmed in the area for many years and now share their love of it with an ever-widening circle through their Bootlace Holidays. They have a deep knowledge of the mountains, their flora and fauna. Paul collects most of our guests from Malaga and is our regular excursion guide. Fiona was for many years a very popular cook at Cortijo Romero and still stands in for others from time to time. (Se habla español.)
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Forthcoming...

Christmas Week
with Rachel Caine
Dec 23 - 30
A beautiful week of warm-heartedness and compassionate sharing

Starting Afresh
with Nigel Shamash
Dec 30 -
Jan 6
Time to let go of the old and welcome the new!

People Say…

"I've walked with Paul and Fiona several times and have always enjoyed it. They are very skilled and experienced and have a good deal of knowledge about the local fauna and flora. I feel safe with them, as it's clear that they are conscientious and responsible but can have fun too. They are both keen, experienced walkers themselves,as well as being knowledgeable, responsible, friendly and fun. The walks were varied and beautiful and being able to enjoy a little refreshment at the finish of them was perfect. "

Carolyn Myryam