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This is a perfect “getaway” to explore the fantastic nature around La Herradura and Almuñécar. Pass through the beautiful mountainous landscapes and enjoy stunning views. If you are looking for a diverse experience with breathtaking and uncommon views, this ride is exactly what you need!
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Enrico L wrote a review Sep 2020
13 contributions10 helpful votes
I am biased, as when in Almunecar I can see this wonderful Aquaduct from nearly all of my Windows and the Balcony! A far cry from the Garages and Houses that I see at Home. I have read the other Reviews and concur. Unfortunetely not in Almunecar this year but will not be long (hopefully) before I see this wonderful sight again.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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LaJarrie wrote a review Jan 2020
Southampton, United Kingdom337 contributions110 helpful votes
Followed a previous reviewer’s helpful advice about how to find the other aqueducts in Almuñecar and spent a pleasurable time scrambling round trying to find them. The first is easy to find, and well worth the clamber up the terraces to see it from various levels. (Park in the road before the gates, outside the flats, as you cannot go down the hill by vehicle) The next one can be found by going past the deserted house, by the play area, and then up the tracks, but even so it is not easy to find without Google Maps. The third is currently almost invisible, even from the Rio Seco, and will remain so, until they prune the cherimoya trees! We then took the car and rejoined the main road towards Jete, until we came across the final longer and lower section. The first and highest is particularly impressive, but so is the long one in the village centre, particularly when one considers their age. Sadly, the first 3 are not be easily accessed by anyone with mobility difficulties....don’t fancy pushing a wheelchair up/down the slope of the first one in the Park, the other two would be impossible, however the final one is easily accessed from the village centre.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Tim C wrote a review Oct 2019
Whitley Bay, United Kingdom11 contributions2 helpful votes
When seen as part of the other ruins in Almunecar centre and up the river valley it is an amazing feat of engineering. The parts in this park are well preserved and well presented.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Grasshopper507 wrote a review Jul 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom81 contributions16 helpful votes
Brilliant to see and easy to find with a small children's play park beside it. It is only a short walk, so tie this in other things in the area. We walked up the terraces for different views and photo opportunities. We then walked to the abandoned (?) house and followed the path in front of it to the right and found another impressive section a short walk away. You can also access the 'river' mentioned in a previous post via this footpath if you want to find another section by foot, we chose not to.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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aloramaria wrote a review May 2019
Alora, Spain38 contributions8 helpful votes
A little hidden away and a lovely surprise as you come round the corner. For me pretty powerful that so much is still standing. A fairly steep walk down from parking area so could possibly be difficult for less able walkers.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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