Álora, Málaga (Spain)
Sustainable High-end Resort

Nest. Caminito del Rey Glamping

Álora has recently been declared a Tourist Municipality of Andalusia and has an extraordinary Historical, Artistic and Cultural Heritage. Its narrow and steep streets are witnesses to history and traditions. Its landscape location completes the walks through the town with views of the valley and the mountains and with smells of the essence of orange blossom and rosemary.

Among its tourist offer of active leisure, we find historical-artistic resources, such as its Arab Castle of Álora (declared an Asset of Cultural Interest), the Parish Church of the Incarnation (the largest in the province after the cathedral of Malaga), the Municipal Museum “Rafael Lería”, the Arab Cisil and numerous Hermitages and the possibility of performing multiple activities such as hiking, cycle tourism, canoeing, kayaking, free flight, climbing horseback riding.

ANIDA, the 4-star Camping del Chorro, located at the exit of the Caminito del Rey, immersed in nature, next to the Natural Park Desfiladero de los Gaitanes. The plot is irregular, highlighting the north-south slope and excellent sunshine. From the point of view of the elements, very high and imposing vertical walls stand out in the North, where the vultures nest, of maximum difficulty of climbing at the European level. A via ferrata located a short distance away can quickly be undertaken; abundant walking paths, an extensive pine forest and an area of expansion and recreation surround the plot. To the south, the La Encantada reservoir is located at the foot of the plot and the Guadalhorce River, offering a landscapedly privileged environment.

ANIDA is a campsite that aligns with the trend called “Glamping”: glamorous camping. This means the campsite offers many comforts not found in a traditional campsite, offering a comfortable and even “luxurious” stay. But fundamentally, glamping is a trend linked to environmental care and ecotourism.

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