Granada by the TransAndalus

Granada by the TransAndalus
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The TransAndalus from Almeria covers the province of Granada, revealing the magical sensations caused by the strong contrasts between the regions on either of its routes: one heading north and the other crossing the south of the province.

The northern route of the province of Granada, goes from the Sierra de los Filabres of Almería to the Sierra de Cazorla in Jaén, going through the Altiplano de Baza among watercourses and woods on the riverbanks.

The circuit for the south of Granada, crossing from west to east, joins the provinces of Malaga and Almería. This route, which mainly follows the Andalusia's grand trail, the GR 7, offers an attractive view of impressive landscapes. It goes through the regions of Alhama and Temple, bordering the Nature Reserve of the Sierras de Alhama, Tejeda and Almijara, the picturesque Valley of Lecrín -Valley of Happiness, among orange trees and irrigation channels, the purity of Sierra Nevada and the secluded Alpujarra, full of nooks and unique villages brimming with history and popular traditions.

Type of route: Linear. Total length: 297.5 km. Type of surface: compact ground, trails, paths and asphalt, Stages: 13 sections. Accessibility: Suitable for walking and mountain bikes.

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Itineraries

Granada by the TransAndalus - 1
Difficulty Low
  • Length: 20.5km
  • Cycling percentage: 100.0%
A Baza
B Sierra de Baza
C Sierra de Castril
D Cortes de Baza
Granada by the TransAndalus - 2
Difficulty Low
  • Length: 35.0km
  • Cycling percentage: 100.0%
A Serón
B El Hijate
C Baza
D Baza
E Alcazaba de Baza
F Museo Arqueológico Baza
Granada by the TransAndalus - 3
Difficulty Medium
  • Length: 22.2km
  • Cycling percentage: 98.0%
A Cortes de Baza
B Camping La Bolera
Granada by the TransAndalus - 4
Difficulty Low
  • Length: 20.1km
  • Cycling percentage: 100.0%
A Ventas de Zafarraya
B Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara y Alhama
C Alhama de Granada
D Baño Árabe Alhama de Granada
E Alhama de Granada Visitor Centre (CIAG)
Granada by the TransAndalus - 5
Difficulty Medium
  • Length: 18.5km
  • Cycling percentage: 90.0%
A La Resinera
B Jayena
Granada by the TransAndalus - 6
Difficulty Medium
  • Length: 32.5km
  • Cycling percentage: 100.0%
A Jayena
B Albuñuelas
Granada by the TransAndalus - 7
Difficulty Medium
  • Length: 15.2km
  • Cycling percentage: 100.0%
A Albuñuelas
B Saleres
C Restábal
D Nigüelas
Granada by the TransAndalus - 8
Difficulty High
  • Length: 44.5km
  • Cycling percentage: 95.0%
A Nigüelas
B Falla de Nigüelas
C Pampaneira
D Pampaneira
Granada by the TransAndalus - 9
Difficulty Medium
  • Length: 14.05km
  • Cycling percentage: 90.0%
A Alhama de Granada
Granada by the TransAndalus - 10
Difficulty Low
  • Length: 16.0km
  • Cycling percentage: 100.0%
A Nigüelas
B Lanjarón
C Lanjarón
D Sierra Nevada
Granada by the TransAndalus - 11
Difficulty Medium
  • Length: 18.5km
  • Cycling percentage: 100.0%
A Cádiar
B Yátor
C Yegen
D Válor
Granada by the TransAndalus - 12
Difficulty Medium
  • Length: 27.5km
  • Cycling percentage: 100.0%
A Pampaneira
B Bubión
C Capileira
D Pitres
E Trevélez
Granada by the TransAndalus - 13
Difficulty High
  • Length: 34.3km
  • Cycling percentage: 100.0%
A Lanjarón
B Pampaneira
C Pampaneira
Granada by the TransAndalus - 14
Difficulty Low
  • Length: 19.0km
  • Cycling percentage: 90.0%
A Trevélez
B Juviles
C Cádiar
Granada by the TransAndalus - 15
Difficulty High
  • Length: 11.5km
  • Cycling percentage: 90.0%
A Válor
B Mairena
C Laroles

Services and infrastructure

  • Tourist Office

Target audiences

young people, Friends, I travel alone

Segments

Sports, Nature

Specialties

Transandalus

Season

Spring, Winter, Summer, Autumn