COSTA ALMERIA NEWS: Cabo de Gata route gets Adra New Year walking programme off to a start

TARGET: The hiking routes are especially aimed at encouraging young people to take up healthy leisure time activities CREDIT: Ayuntamiento de Adra

ADRA council’s 2019 walking programme got off to a start this weekend with the nine-kilometre La Molata route in the Cabo de Gata natural park.

More than 70 walkers went along for the four-hour, low difficulty hike through stunning locations, including Rodalquilar, el Playazo, Cerro Molata, the Cuervo cove and Las Negras.

The council explained the hikes are organised by its Youth department and are particularly aimed at encouraging young people to take up healthy leisure time and sport activities.


The programme features walks in Almeria province and elsewhere in Andalucia of different levels of difficulty, including routes which are suitable for children aged from six years’ old and upwards.

The walking programme runs until June and will also include bungee jumping in March.

The next walk will be the Mamut route in Padul in Granada on January 26. Registrations can be done in person at the Youth Office at Adra Town Hall in Edificio Plaza from 9am to 2pm from Monday to Friday.

Information can also be requested by email at [email protected] by calling 677 942 005.


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