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Outdoor adventure travel in Spain

Spain receives every year millions of tourists in search for culture, heritage, sunshine and gastronomy… 

Fewer people are however aware of the many options Spain offers to those looking for nature, outdoors and adventure travel. The network of National parks in Spain is large and varied and can easily be accessed from some of Spain´s top cities

 

Tarifa orcas

Tarifa orcas : the amazing tuna hunt

Tarifa orcas: Tarifa is continental Europe’s southernmost point and enjoys a unique climate and natural setting that makes it an excellent place for whale watching, the local population of orcas is particularly amazing to watch as they hunt tuna.

Bird watching in Spain

Doña Ana National Park is meant to be the best area to enjoy bird watching in Spain. The Park is spread out on three Andalusian provinces, Cadiz, Huelva and Sevilla in the birth of the Guadalquivir, and the usual accesses are made from Matalascañas

Ski in Spain

In Spain, on top of being a sun and beach country, you can do an infinity of outdoor activities, and given all the existing mountains in the country, skiing in Spain is a very popular sport during the winter. You can find around 30 ski stations throughout Spain

hiking in spain

Hiking in Spain: The top 10 amazing routes you can enjoy

Many hikes like El Caminito del Rey or Las Vías Verdes have become very popular in recent years and the most popular choice of adventure travel in Spain as well. There are however many more interesting and enjoyable hikes in Spain awaiting you

Canyoning in Spain

The geography of Spain has multiple gorges and ravines between mountains that run the rivers, full of landscapes and beautiful places that are only accessible by narrow paths guided by professionals and are the perfect setting to do canyoning, descend down some dangerous water or rafting.

Whale watching in Spain

Whale watching in Spain: One of the worlds top destinations to experience whales and dolphins in their natural habitat

Spain may not come at the top of your head when you think of whale watching. Off the coast of Tarifa from Algeciras until the Cabo de Gracia in Tarifa, you’ll find the “Estrecho y Reserva Intercontinental de la Biosfera” (natural park), a protected shoreline area that occupies the meeting point of the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, an area with exceptional biodiversity made of migratory birds and marine mammals.

Kitesurf in Spain

The long white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters of Tarifa are paradise for thousands of athletes who love sailing sports – especially windsurfing and kitesurfing and look for fun and adventure in the South of Spain

Surf in Spain: the Cantábrico and more

There have been a lot of world-known surfers coming to the Northern coast to enjoy surf and a bit of adventure travel in Spain because of the large amount of beaches on the coast where one can find the perfect waves to surf on – suitable for people all levels.

Spain scuba diving

Scubadiving in Spain

The network of specialized diving and countless sites in the islands makes this sport one of the most widespread. Scuba diving is made possible at every level of experience as there are departures from shallow beaches or dives at greater depths to visit wrecks.

Sailing boats in Mallorca harbour

Sailing in Spain

While choosing a quiet cove to spend the night, you will be protected from the winds of the sea and be able to enjoy the turquoise waters under a splendid starry sky. You can navigate between Mallorca and Pitiusas, enjoying the sights of dolphins