El Chorro and Caminito del Rey are two popular filming locations for movies, TV shows, and music videos due to their picturesque landscapes and dramatic scenery. One notable production that features scenes shot in El Chorro is “The Bridge,” a Swedish-Danish TV crime series that aired from 2011 to 2018. The show is known for its gripping storylines and stunning visuals, and El Chorro’s rugged terrain provided the perfect backdrop for many of its most dramatic moments.
In addition to “The Bridge,” the Caminito del Rey has also been featured in several productions over the years. One of the most notable is “Doctor Who,” a popular British sci-fi series that has been on the air since 2005. An episode of the show was filmed in the Caminito del Rey, with the area’s rocky cliffs and scenic vistas serving as the backdrop for some of the episode’s most memorable scenes.
Another production that has featured El Chorro is the 2016 film adaptation of “Assassin’s Creed,” a popular video game franchise. The film stars Michael Fassbender as the lead character and features a scene shot in El Chorro, where the character performs a daring stunt that involves jumping from a high platform and landing on a moving train.
Finally, a music video for the Korean band “Every Single Day” was filmed in the Caminito del Rey in 2015. The video, which is for the song “The Beauty Inside,” features stunning shots of the area’s rugged landscape and breathtaking views, showcasing the beauty of El Chorro and the Caminito del Rey to a global audience.
Cover versions are not really my thing but this is different as, one, it’s really good! And, two, some of the video is filmed in El Chorro and the Caminito del Rey…. Great stuff guys! The Vamps in El Chorro. 🙂
Von Ryan’s Express Starring Frank Sinatra and a host of film stars of the day achieved this films success using (at the time) state of the art special affects using aeroplanes, trains and tanks. It was shot on location around Northern Italy in Cortina d’Ampezzo and Firenze Santa Maria Novella railway station in Florence.
But, did you know that the railway sequence at the film’s conclusion was filmed in the limestone gorge of El Chorro and the area around the Caminito del Rey?
The voice over for the trailer just makes you want to get out to the cinema!
I like this video 🙂 It shows the structure and impressive work carried out to open this walkway to the general public. Place are now limited right up until October but remember that the Hotel Posada del Conde can help you with a permit so long as you stay there as a guest for a night or two
Caminito del Rey tourist information -El Chorro – Hotel booking – Activities – The Guadalhorce lakes.