Casa Domingo

What to do?

B&B Casa Domingo

We are a tourist information point

B&B Casa Domingo

We help you to plan your excursions and routes.

Do you want to discover the best of this beautiful land? We are experts in local tourism and can tell you about the best activities, excursions and walks in Álora and the surrounding area.

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A charming white village in the province of Málaga in Andalusia, Spain. Surrounded by mountains and nature, it is famous for its Moorish castle and the stunning scenery that surrounds it.

Hiking Routes

Discover the natural beauty of Álora through our more than 10 routes! We explain the routes in detail so that you have no doubts and can enjoy the best landscapes.

Caminito del Rey / El Chorro

It is a spectacular footbridge built into the walls of the Gaitanes Gorge, in the province of Malaga, Andalusia, Spain. You can’t miss its breathtaking views.


We offer you the most exciting places in the province of Málaga and Andalusia. A variety of options for you to explore and enjoy the best of this unique region.

We are in the centre of Andalusia

B&B Casa Domingo

Álora, a charming white village in Andalusia.

We are located in the province of Málaga, in Andalusia, Spain. Surrounded by stunning natural landscapes such as the Sierra de Aguas and the Montes de Málaga Natural Park.

Álora is an ideal place for walkers and nature lovers. It also has a rich historical and cultural heritage, reflected in its monuments, churches and cobbled streets.

B&B Casa Domingo

Hiking routes

Yves has extensive experience working with travel agents on adventure treks in Crete, Ecuador and Canada.

Now he specialises in excursions to all the mountain ranges that can be admired from Casa Domingo, such as the Sierra Huma, Sierra Alcaparaín, Sierra Prieta, Sierra de las Nieves and, of course, the Caminito del Rey.

We design our own walks:

We have developed descriptions of walking routes for all guests, with an indication of distance, time and degree of difficulty, such as:
Lago de Gaitinejo Walk around the artificial lake of Gaitanejo, with a small detour to the “emperor’s chair”, from where you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Caminito del Rey, in the Chorro ravine, and see the vulture hovering in the abyss.
Sierra de las nieves Three walks in the Sierra de las Nieves, unique in the world for its Spanish firs, which have survived only here, including one to the summit of Torrecilla (1,918m).
Sierra de Alcapararín Walk in the Sierra de Alcaparaín with exceptional views of Málaga, the sea and Carratraca.
Senderismo Grajo Walking to Grajo (top of the Sierra Alcaparaín), with stunning views of the sea, the snow-capped peaks of the Sierra Nevada, Málaga, etc.
Senderismo Grajo Walk through the Sierra Prieta, starting in the beautiful village of Casarabonela.
Sierra Huma Walk to the foot of the Sierra de Huma, where a secret staircase and a meadow offer a magnificent panorama.
Sierra Blanquilla Walk through the Sierra Blanquilla, with a sandy beach path that winds through the trees.
Castillo de Turón Walk to the castle of Turón, with magnificent views of the Sierra Alcaparaín.
El Torcal Walk through the unique rocky landscape of El Torcal.
Walks that start from our house:
Álora y la cima del Hacho A walk around the most beautiful corners of our village of Alora and to the top of El Hacho.
Others Walk along country roads and through an abandoned village to Pizarra and the Sierra Gibralmora and El Santo granja.

Caminito del Rey

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An impressive path in the walls of a gorge

This is the main attraction of our district. A famous path built at the beginning of the 20th century to access a hydroelectric power station, the path fell into disrepair and became dangerous.

However, after careful restoration, it has become a popular tourist attraction. The trail offers breathtaking views in the middle of a gorge and attracts visitors from all over the world in search of adventure and natural beauty. It is considered one of the most exciting trails in the world.


Málaga (Capital Costa del Sol)

Take in the breathtaking views from Gibralfaro Castle, visit the fascinating Alcazaba and explore the charm of the old town. Don’t miss its many museums, including the Picasso Museum. And relax on its beautiful beaches.

Torremolinos (Costa del Sol)

Don’t miss the vibrant Calle San Miguel, the charm of La Carihuela with its promenade and delicious beach bars where you can sample the local gastronomy. Explore the Parque de la Batería, visit the Molino de Inca and relax on beaches such as Playamar and Bajondillo.


Benalmádena (Costa del Sol)

Malaga province. Don’t miss the breathtaking views from the Benalmadena cable car, the fascinating Colomares Castle and the beautiful Parque de la Paloma. Enjoy Puerto Marina and relax on the beautiful beaches of Benalmadena Costa.

Marbella (Costa del Sol)

It offers glamorous areas such as Puerto Banús, the old town with its cobbled streets and Plaza de los Naranjos. Enjoy world-class golf courses, fine dining and exclusive nightclubs. An elegant escape on the Costa del Sol.


Ronda y El Tajo (Málaga)

Marvel at the New Bridge and the views over the Tajo de Ronda. Visit the Don Bosco House Museum and the Mondragón Palace. Don’t miss the beauty of Cuenca’s gardens and the charm of its historic centre.


Antequera y El Torcal (Málaga)

Discover the imposing dolmens of Menga, Viera and Romeral, World Heritage Sites. Visit the Alcazaba, the Royal Collegiate Church of Santa María and the Peña de los Enamorados. Enjoy the beauty of the El Torcal Nature Reserve.


Fuente de Piedra (Málaga)

A lagoon that is a paradise for bird lovers. See pink flamingos in their natural habitat, walk along the trails and observe the birds. An essential place to enjoy nature.


Nerja y Frigiliana (Málaga)

These villages offer the perfect combination. Both white villages with cobbled streets, Nerja will captivate you with its caves, beaches and the imposing Balcón de Europa. And Frigiliana, with its charm and mountain nature.


Granada (Andalucía)

Visit the majestic Alhambra, a medieval palace and fortress. Explore the Albaicín quarter with its narrow streets. Don’t miss Granada Cathedral and the charm of its courtyards. Enjoy tapas and soak up the unique atmosphere of this historic city.


Córdoba (Andalucía)

Marvel at the impressive Mosque-Cathedral, a symbol of cultural coexistence. Step inside and explore the charming Jewish quarter of La Juderia and visit the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos. Stroll through Cordoba’s beautiful patios and enjoy the local gastronomy.


Tarifa (Cádiz)

Enjoy its beautiful beaches of fine golden sand, ideal for surfers and kite surfers. Explore the old town with its cobbled streets and Puerta de Jerez. Visit the castle of Guzmán el Bueno and admire the views from the Mirador del Estrecho.


Gibraltar (UK)

Visit the Rock of Gibraltar and enjoy stunning views over the Straits of Gibraltar and Africa. Explore the tunnels of the Great Siege, discover St Michael’s Cave and see the famous Barbary monkeys in the Rock Nature Reserve.