Casares - Hiking trails

Casares’ hiking trails

Walk in spectacular and varied surroundings, from sea level to 4.764 feets, through 200 million years of geological history. Eenjoy the white village of Casares: its light and colour, its traditions and the hospitality of its people.

Senderismo por Casares

Gran Senda de Málaga

Two of the stages of the Gran Senda de Málaga pass through the municipality of Casares, that great Malaga route (GR-249) which, with 942 km, 35 stages and 6 variants, runs through an important part of the province of Malaga (9 regions), visiting a large number of its municipalities (54 urban centers) and allowing you to enjoy the great variety of landscapes that the province possesses.

Gran Senda de Málaga

Stage 28: Genalguacil – Casares

This stage of 20.5 km and 5:45 h departs from Genalguacil in the lower Genal, embedded in the northern foothills of the Reales de Sierra Bermeja, passing through thick shady forests until it overlooks the Strait of Gibraltar and finally arrives at the historic center of Casares. The landscape generally runs in the shade of large cork oaks, gall oaks and pines using the traditional paths that linked Genalguacil and Casares. For more information click here.

Stage 29: Casares – Estepona

The stage departs from Casares through the beautiful cork oak forests that surround its historic center, to advance along the northwestern slope of Sierra Bermeja, in a route of 7 hours and 24.2 km that will discover for the hiker one of the most unique geological landscapes of our planet. More information by clicking here.

Casares Walks

Casares Walks

The Casareswalks Project is a private initiative that offers you 20+ self-guided walks in give you the opportunity to experience the world of Casares through a range of themes and landscapes. You can explore the town; visit Roman buildings; follow a pilgrim route; stand on the highest point in the District; walk down from the town to the sea; explore the jagged scenery of the Sierra Crestellina or the fantastic shapes carved from wind and rain in the Sierra Utrera; travel through Mediterranean woodland; walk alongside the orange groves of the rivers Genal and Guadiaro; and pass by water mills built by the Moors. The Walks are on this page. Available in English, French, German and Spanish. Enjoy them!