walk from Tarifa ( in the west ) to Torre Vigia Guadelmesi (in the east)

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walk from Tarifa ( in the west ) to Torre Vigia Guadelmesi (in the east)

Postby sayhello » Mon Feb 20, 2017 3:54 pm

hello dear Andalucia-experts,

is there a way to hike - i want to walk and hike between Tarifa and Algecericas - is this doable!?

Note: there is the N 340 - but are there some other options - little ways and paths that allow to walk from

Tarifa ( in the west ) to Torre Vigia Guadelmesi (in the east) with the Punta de Guadalmesi near the Observatorio de Aves Guadalmesi


i have heard that this area is a miltary area and no one is permitted to access this area - is this true!!?


love to hear from you

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Re: walk from Tarifa ( in the west ) to Torre Vigia Guadelmesi (in the east)

Postby pensure1988 » Mon Feb 20, 2017 7:51 pm

Hi

Came accross this website. Maybe it will help you in your endevour.

http://www.firmm.org/en/news/article/it ... guadalmesi


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Re: walk from Tarifa ( in the west ) to Torre Vigia Guadelmesi (in the east)

Postby sayhello » Mon Feb 20, 2017 9:20 pm

Hello dear Nigel

many thanks for this link - this helps alot. This was what i was looking for. Thanks for sharing.

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Re: walk from Tarifa ( in the west ) to Torre Vigia Guadelmesi (in the east)

Postby costakid » Mon Feb 20, 2017 10:52 pm

Tarifa to Algeciras is not that far. On a cloudy or overcast day its very doable. I quite often walk into Malaga from Rincon and I guess it is about the same distance. The only thing it has more hills and the N340 is quite busy.


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