Tickets for the Caminito Del Rey

The Caminito del Rey has become one of the wonders of Spain

On this page you will find :

– the link to the official website to buy a ticket for the Caminito del Rey.
– a ticket purchasing platform if there are no tickets left on the official website
– a link to do the via ferrata for the more athletic ones.
– the possibility to book a visit to the Caminito del Rey with an English speaking guide, starting from Antequera

The Caminito del Rey…
Was originally a spectacular path built on a wall between 1901 and 1905, and inaugurated in 1920 by King Alfonso XIII, who gave it his name. This “path” was closed in 2000 due to numerous accidents and reopened in 2015.
It is located at a height of 100 metres, fixed on 400 metre high walls, and offers one of the most spectacular landscapes in the province of Malaga. It is located next to the village of Ardales.

caminito del rey guided tour

Buy a ticket for the Caminito del Rey on the official website

Tickets for the Caminito del Rey can be booked on the official website linked below.

At present, ticket booking remains constrained due to the pandemic and the high demand.

It is recommended that you check frequently for the availability of tickets

Link to: book a ticket for the Caminito del Rey on the official website

It is also possible to book this activity with a French-speaking guide to have all the information and history of this site. See a little further down this page.

Buying tickets for the Caminito del Rey on an online activity platform

It happens quite often that the official website has no more tickets available for sale.
Here is a solution that will probably allow you to find a ticket for the Caminito

Below you will find several options.

There is the possibility to book online guided tours of the Caminito del Rey from :

  • Caminito del Rey
  • Málaga
  • Sevilla
  • Cordoba
  • ….

NB: there is a very practical service on this platform in case of unforeseen circumstances: all bookings can be cancelled up to 24 hours before the scheduled date for a full refund.

Via Ferrata of Caminito del Rey

An unforgettable day!

The Via Ferrata activity is booming in Andalusia.

If you are on holiday in Nerja, Torrox or Torre del Mar, you can discover the via Ferrata of Caminito del Rey with a great instructor!

You can enlarge any of the photos by clicking on them.

David, who speaks French, will be your guide on this adventure, see in detail: la via ferrata del Caminito del Rey.

In practice, he will meet you at the bus stop in Nerja and take you to the site.

If you are in the area for a few days and would like to sign up for this great via ferrata. Send us a message and we’ll see if we can arrange a meeting point to meet you directly in Alora.

Caminito del Rey Tour with a guide

Details of the guided tour of the Caminito del Rey from Antequera

Semi-private group from 2 to 8 people maximum.

Duration: 6 hours in total

Meeting point: Antequera.

The connection with the Caminito de Rey is made in a Mercedes van, so you will be able to enjoy the beautiful landscapes that you will cross during the 45-minute journey.

Price: 69 euros / person

What is included for this day :

– The price of the entrance ticket

– the guide

– transport to and from Antequera

– insurance cover for the day

– lunch in a typical restaurant

The Day Trip of the Caminito del Rey is as follows :

1. We pick you up at the Puerta de Estepa at 09:00 in Antequera in our 9-seater Mercedes Vito van.

2. 45 minutes later we arrive at the entrance of the Caminito del Rey where we park our van.

3. We start walking along a downhill path to the Caminito del Rey ticket office (15 minutes).

4. Once the helmet is handed over to us, we can start our tour.

5. Throughout the tour, our guide will talk about the historical, geological and landscape aspects of the Caminito del Rey.

6. About 3 hours (and 8km) later, the walk ends and we head for the restaurant.

7. You will enjoy a delicious meal in a beautiful restaurant, with a drink included.

8. At the end of lunch we will take the van back to Antequera

9. Return to Antequera and arrival expected between 15:00/16:00.


To book, a form is available just below.

We will contact you shortly to confirm availability.

You can enlarge each photo by clicking on it.

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