Caminos de Pasión is a cultural route combining history, artistic heritage, traditions, cuisine, handicrafts and nature in ten of Andalusia’s emblematic inland towns. They all share their devotion and beautiful traditions of Holy Week in common.
It is made up of the towns Alcalá la Real in Jaén, Baena, Cabra, Lucena, Priego de Córdoba and Puente Genil in Cordoba, and Carmona, Écija, Osuna and Utrera in Seville. Each of them are located in notable landscape with fantastic hiking routes which lead to protected natural spaces, ranging from lakes, countryside or low mountain areas. The Green Routes or the Gran Sendero (Great Trail) allow you to explore the area by bike, on horseback or on foot.
As well as its historic, cultural and natural importance, the route offers unique experiences, in contact with the local population with regards to its cuisine, traditions and way of life.
The area boasts a whole range of accommodation; from historic hotels with charm, to inns and hostels, country houses and holiday apartments.
It is very well connected to the airports of Malaga and Seville and is easily accessible by car from the main regional roads (N-IV and A-92).
All of the towns are members of the SICTED (Integrated Spanish Quality System for Tourist Destinations) with more than 200 establishments forming part of the route and the Andalucía Segura hallmark for complying to Covid-19 safety measures.