Caminito del Rey closed until further notice

A visit to the Caminito del Rey on Saturday the 15th of May 2021 was a bit dismal to be honest and today I note that on the official website the “Caminito del Rey is closed until further notice”

I can’t get anyone to answer the phone and they aren’t responding to messages on their social networks.

The lamentable state of the “Interpretation centre” that has never been opened also drew my negative attention. Such a shame. The enormous car park goes unused whilst many people are forced to park illegally along the side of the road close the the kiosko bar making the road dangerous to all.

CDR Visitor centre
The very sad state of the parking area and Caminito del rey interpretation centre

Of course I would recommend the Caminito del Rey but the organisation of this site has been terrible of late. Surely they must have some idea as to when tickets will be available again and could very easily publish this across the social networks and website.

Oh! and to top it all I was informed by the hotel Posada del Conde that their bar and restaurant was closed untill further notice or at least until September!

Lets hope things improve soon!

Hotels in the area of the Caminito del rey

Remember that most of the hotels in the area of the Caminito del Rey can help you with the entry permits for the Caminito del Rey.

With the restricted access (half normal capacity) and the difficulty in getting a permit on the online reservation system why not stay in a local hotel, help the local economy and take the hassle out of getting a ticket.


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Caminito del Rey tickets available up to 4th April 2021

The company running the Caminito del Rey have announced that tickets are now on sale for the period 12th of March to the 4th of April.

Remember to check that you are able to travel to the area of the Caminito del rey from wherever you live as there are still restrictions of cross province movement in some areas.

If for some reason the Caminito del Rey closes on the day that you have a ticket you can request a refund but remember you only have four days to do so from the date of the closure. Read more here for a refund. https://reservas.caminitodelrey.info/canjeo-por-cierre/?lang=en

Almost 30,000 tickets available for the Caminito del Rey

The company that manages the Caminito del Rey put a total of 29,700 tickets on sale last Thursday the 20th of August. These tickets are availble up to and including the month of October.

After its reopening on June 12 the path has already recieved over a thousand visitors each day

In a statement, the company recalls that autumn is “an ideal time” to enjoy the almost three kilometers of hanging walkways attached to the rocks of the gorge, due to the gentle drop in temperature.

October also brings a change in the opening hours of the Caminito del Rey, which will open from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., from Tuesday to Sunday.

El Caminito del Rey has adopted security measures against Covid-19, which has earned it the “Prepared for Covid” recognition by the Secretary of State for Tourism within the Comprehensive System of Spanish Tourist Quality in Destinations (SICTED). Since its reopening at the end of March 2015, more than 1.5 million tourists of 116 different nationalities have walked the Caminito del Rey.

Booking the Caminito del Rey (how to buy a ticket) Be quick as they sell really fast.

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