Country walk on the Camino Real
Follow the original cobbled Spanish road downhill to the lovely village of Guane.
Take a leisurely, mostly downhill hike along an original path laid by the Spanish to reach the charming little town of Guane, with its cobbled main street lined with whitewashed, terracotta-tiled houses. The walk affords impressive views of the surrounding hills and mountains, and there's a small museum of archaeology in Guane housing ancient artefacts found in the local area.
The road lies just 9km from the colonial masterpiece of Barichara in Colombia's Andean heartland.
Activity Rating: easy
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