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Tickets for combining Train, Bus and Caminito del Rey entry

Update 1st October 2021

This service seems to have been cancelled and is not available from any train stations in the malaga area.

UPDATE 26th August 2021

Many people are commenting that the Train to the Caminito del Rey is not available at Malaga train stations. Others, however are saying they purchased the tickets at the train station without an issue. RENFE insist that the tickets are available as normal.

Another option for visiting the Caminito del Rey are the guided trips available from the Malaga area on the Get your Guide website.

The combi train ticket – Train to the Caminito del Rey

If you are staying in Malaga,  this is a great way to visit the Caminito del Rey. You can purchase a ticket combining train, bus and the entrance to the path on any of the ticket vending machines at train stations in Malaga. All the information regarding the steps to follow when buying the tickets can be read on the poster located next to the machines.

Important! You can only buy tickets on the same day you are going. the ticket machine is open from 6am to 09:15 every day except Monday (when the Caminito del Rey is closed)

There are 100 tickets available each day with 30 allocated for guided tours and 70 for self guided tours. Prices are 23 euros sin guía (without a guide) and 31 euros con guía (with a guide)

Its in Spanish but fairly straight forward to follow.

combined train, bus and entry tickets for the Caminito del Rey

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120,000 tickets available for the Caminito del Rey.

Tickets are now available for the period October 2018 to March 2019 but move fast as you can be sure that they will get booked up pretty quickly. Last year over 300,000 people visited and it is expected that next year will be the same.

If you can’t get the tickets for the dates you want then consider a guided tour or just turning up at the gate but don’t forget that many people get turned away using that option….

I still maintain that to really enjoy the walk and the area then stay in one of the local hotels such as the Magdalena, Garganta or Posada del Conde (Thats what I always do!)…

Reservations for Caminito del Rey now available up to end of May 2018

The official portal for reserving a walk along the Caminito del Rey has opened up the booking system to the end of May 2018… For details on how to make a reservation click here…

If you cant get the date you want try this……No tickets? No Problem!

There will be around 100,000 tickets available and with December and January pretty much full,This next booking period is for February, March, April and May2018.

Caminito del Rey Websites (where do you book a ticket?)

I am getting a lot of emails from confused people that they can’t “find” where to reserve their tickets on the “official” website for the Caminito del Rey. This also confused me at first untill I looked up the .com and .es websites and who owns them.

First, lets make things really clear. THERE IS ONLY ONE WEBSITE (THE OFFICIAL ONE) WHERE YOU CAN RESERVE YOUR TICKETS) and that is is privately owned and has nothing to do with the official website. Same for .es so if you accidentally go to the .com or the .es and get confused it’s not your fault. They are deliberately misleading.

This (my) website is also privately owned by me and yes, I earn money when you click an ad or reserve a hotel via this site but it is designed to help people having difficulty with the official website with in depth instructions and up to date information about the area. There is a big difference between this website and the other two unoficial ones.

The website is simply taking advantage of peoples unawareness and is designed that you contact them so that they can “arrange” the visit and your hotel/restaurant for you. It is annoying as especially a lot of the info on the site is copied and pasted from the official website and is outdated to the point of being useless. An example is that the site still says you can access the caminito by both entrances and this is simply not the case.


For anyone interested, you can find out info, like who owns and runs a domain by using a whois search… I use this one

Info on getting your tickest on this website is here…