Which are the best hiking routes in Conil de la Frontera?

Do you want to get to know not only Conil de la Frontera but the rural Conil and its nature as well? If you are going to spend several days we recommend you have a look at the following hiking options. In this post we will give you four of the best Hikes in Conil la Frontera you can find.

Below are just a few of the views that you will see during the hikes in Conil de la Frontera.

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Below you will find a description of the hikes and a map of each of the walking routes in Conil.

Calas de Roche y Conil de la Frontera – Circular hike route from Conil de la Frontera

The walk is a circular 4-5 hour walk and is a circular route of 15km.  This hike includes visiting the natural coves of Conil de la Frontera and Roche. However, if you do the full hiking route you will see beach, pine forest and Mediterranean shrub habitats as well.

The surrounding habitats of Roche are gorgeous. The beaches are clean, the water is turquoise and it is surrounded by pine forest. You will find Mediterranean coastal juniper which is protected in the area and very important for the chameleon throughout Cadiz province.

Pine forest and coves of Roche – Linear hike in Roche, Conil de la Frontera

This is a linear walk in Roche that will take you 2:30h. It is best if you have a taxi who can pick you up at the end. If not you will have to return almost the same way. In this hike you will appreciate pine forest, cliffs, and coastal marine habitats. You will start outside Connatur a local moringa farm in Roche, Conil de la Frontera. I recommend starting here because you can start with a healthy breakfast and learn about the superfood “moringa” before the nature hike.

Below you will find the map and can follow the yellow route to do this hike in Conil de la Frontera. The route is around 10.5km long. The coves and the pine forest is worth the walk!

Beach hike to Cape Trafalgar – Linear hike from Conil de la Frontera

This hike is a linear hike that takes around 4:00-5:00h and it is 13km long. It is a lovely hike if you love walking on the beach in Conil de la Frontera. I recommend not to do the hike if there are levante winds. Start this hike from Conil de la Frontera and ask for a taxi to pick you up in Cape Trafalgar. If you call Barbate taxi when you are at Cape Trafalgar you should have time to go to the road where the taxi can pick you up.

Below you will find the map with this hike (in green) from Conil de la Frontera to Cape Trafalgar.

Pine forest of Roche – Circular hike route in Roche, Conil de la Frontera

This hike is perfect if you are interested in a moderate, 9.2km and circular hike. This hike should take around 3:00h to do, and this circuit is something you can enjoy every morning!

In this hike you will enjoy the pine forest and the Playa del Puerco, a beautiful turquoise water beach near Roche in Conil.

Each of these hikes in Conil de la Frontera has its own attraction, birding, viewpoints or biodiversity. I hope you have a great time discovering the rural area of La Janda by doing any of these hiking routes in Conil de la Frontera. If you are interested in hiking you can check out this other blog with hikes from Vejer de la Frontera . If you are interested in doing a guided hiking tour surrounded by nature and learn about local plants and culture then keep reading.

Full day tours in Conil de la Frontera and Cadiz province

If you are enjoyed this blog with the hikes in Conil de la Frontera and are looking for hiking tours surrounded by nature in Cadiz province, then keep reading. I offer tours in the natural park of “Los Alcornocales”, “La Breña” and “El Estrecho”. I also focus on agrotourism and cultural tours including: Visits to the almadraba in a private boat; private sherry and Andalusian wine tastings; olive mill tours; Iberian ham tours; and white town tours in Cadiz province.

Guided hiking tours in Cadiz province

Cadiz province is one of the most biodiverse provinces in mainland Spain. Habitats range from dense forest reminiscent of cloud forest to Mediterranean forest, dune systems, and more. Moreover, you will be seduced with views of magical landscapes in Cadiz and the Strait of Gibraltar. Cadiz has over a third of its surface protected, while its climate and sunlight hours are similar to Canary Islands.

In our guided nature tours we will discover more about Cadiz and learn about why our gastronomy is so rich. It is related to our climate, our location, our history, and to the many culinary, medicinal and traditional use of Mediterranean plants found within Cadiz province. You will find many of these plants in your supermarket in lotions, herbal teas, and to flavour your food or even eat them as part of your main plate.

I will lead you in these hiking trails to get the most out of these hiking tours in Cadiz province. Furthermore, I will also explain the habitats that we find and some the landmarks of the hikes. I will help you identify Mediterranean plants and explain the traditional, culinary or medicinal use that it had in the region. Did you know that these uses have been passed down from generation to generation for centuries?

These hikes last from 3.5 – 7h depending on the guided hiking tours in Cadiz that you choose. Most of the hiking tours I offer consist of hikes that last 3.5 – 4.5h (8-13km). However, we can design longer or shorter hiking trails for those groups that are interested.

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