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Day 1. Arrival to SevillaDay 1. Arrival to Sevilla

Once in Sevilla, you will have lots of places to visit: The Cathedral, Reales Alcázares, Torre del Oro, Plaza de España, Palacio Arzobispal, María Luisa Park and the popular boroughs of Triana and Santa Cruz.

Accommodation in Sevilla.

Day 2. Sevilla - Guillena (22,8 Km)Day 2. Sevilla - Guillena (22,8 Km)

Breakfast in Sevilla.

Today’s stage is quite easy, as the path is mostly flat. In Santiponce, don’t miss the chance to visit the many remains of the Roman civilization. Keep going towards Guillena, where you can see the lovely church dedicated to the Virgin of Granada.

Accommodation in Guillena

Day 3. Guillena - Castilblanco de los Arroyos (18,2 Km)Day 3. Guillena - Castilblanco de los Arroyos (18,2 Km)

Breakfast in Guillena.

You will leave Guillena and will walk towards Castilblanco de los Arroyos, crossing the river Rivera de Huelva and the first of the many meadows that are so popular in this area. In Castilblanco you will be able to visit the parish church of the Savior, of Mudejar style.  

Accommodation in Castilblanco de los Arroyos. 

Day 4. Castilblanco de los Arroyos - Almadén de la Plata (28,8 Km)Day 4. Castilblanco de los Arroyos - Almadén de la Plata (28,8 Km)

Breakfast in Castilblanco de los Arroyos.

After breakfast, you will continue walking towards Almadén de la Plata. Today’s stage may a bit more difficult than the previous ones, but it is compensated by the beauty of the landscape. Finally, you will get to Almadén, a nice little town with traditional white houses and located on the limit with Sierra Norte de Sevilla Natural Park.  

Accommodation in Almadén de la Plata.

Day 5. Almadén de la Plata - Real de la Jara (14,2 Km)Day 5. Almadén de la Plata - Real de la Jara (14,2 Km)

Breakfast in Almadén de la Plata.

Leaving Almadén de la Plata, you will walk the stage to El Real de la Jara. This village, just like the previous ones, is a nice, interesting and picturesque place and it is located in Sierra Norte de Sevilla Natural Park. Get the chance to visit the two most important monuments in town: the church of Saint Bartholomew and the medieval castle.  

Accommodation in El Real de la Jara.

Day 6. Real de la Jara - Monesterio (20,2 Km)Day 6. Real de la Jara - Monesterio (20,2 Km)

Breakfast in El Real de la Jara.

In this stage you cross the border between Andalucía and Extremadura, getting in the province of Badajoz. On the Way, you will be able to see the ruins of Castle of the Towers before arriving at Monesterio. Once you get to the town, be sure you visit the Monastery of Santa María de Tentudía and the parish church of San Pedro.

Accommodation in Monesterio.

Day 7. Breakfast and end of servicesDay 7. Breakfast and end of services

Breakfast in Monesterio.  

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