Via Ferrata Excursion in Casares, near Estepona

Via Ferrata Excursion in Casares, near Estepona

Activity Snapshot

  • Sensation Level: Adventurous
  • Spoken languages: French, German, Spanish, English
  • Fitness level: Everybody welcome
  • Minimum age: minimum 12 y/o
  • Duration: 3.5 hrs
  • Cancellation policy: 
    super flexible FREE cancellation with full refund up to 24 hours before the start of the activity.
  • Meeting point:
    The meeting point will be specified once the booking is confirmed.
  • Opening seasons:

Activity description

Enjoy a magnificent Via Ferrata in the wonderful Andalusian landscapes of Casares, just one hour from Estepona. Get ready to discover the amazing landscapes!

It is located within the Andalusian town of Casares, famous for its cultural richness, one hour from the city of Estepona. This Via Ferrata allows sports lovers to experience the city, in a different, alternative way. Divided into two sections, the circuit includes two monkey bridges, horizontal crossings, and some extra-shaped sections.

The path is perfect for everyone. It is ideal for adventurers who already have some experience in going through Via Ferratas and who want to progress and work on their skills. It is also a good initiation for complete beginners and young children!

Book your next fun and exciting adventure now!

Special terms

Meeting point will be noticed by the instructor the day before.

This activity is not recommended to people afraid of heights and pregnant women. 

Included
  • All necessary equipment
  • Professional guides
  • Photos
Excluded
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off form
  • Optional shoes
Do not forget to bring
  • Sports shoes
  • Sunscreen
  • Water and snacks
Meeting point
The meeting point will be specified once the booking is confirmed. Get directions

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I did the Via Ferrata in Casares. This was my first Via Fetrata and though parts of the climb were challenging, they were definitely do-able. It offers some breathtaking views of the Andalusian countryside as well as some wildlife (we surprised a vultire sitting in the rock face and saw it take off from feet away!).

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