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Mountain Climbing in Andalusia

Conquer the scenic southern mountains of Spain

The historic Spanish region of Andalusia stretches across the southern chunk of the Iberian Peninsula. It is home to the large and rocky Sierra Nevada that spreads out across the territory, and rises above both the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean. Picture-perfect views and rewarding climbing challenges await. Visit all-year round for varying mountain climbing conditions.

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There are many reasons for choosing Mountain Climbing in Spain

The region of Andalusia is dominated by the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Its rocky peaks and protected parks make the region one of the best ranges for exploration in Europe. And clinging to the southern coastline, it features striking scenery. The king peak is Mulhacen (3,479m), the highest in the Iberian Peninsula.


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Best time to visit

Visit all-year round for varying mountain climbing conditions

What's the weather like?

The region is Spain’s hottest and driest, with the majority of the terrain receiving a mountainous climate, and its coastline receiving a subtropical climate

More info about Mountain Climbing in Andalusia:

Andalusia is the extreme southern region of Spain, bordering Portugal to the west, the Spanish region of Extremadura to the northwest, Castilla-La Mancha to the north, and Murcia to the northeast. Its southern coastline looks out onto the Mediterranean Sea as well as the Atlantic Ocean to the southwest. While the British territory of Gibraltar pokes out into the sea in southern Andalusia

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