Walking in Spain is the perfect way to discover all the joys of this vibrant, passionate country. Access the hidden corners, visit villages and vistas well off the beaten track and explore the wealth of mountains, coastal splendour and national parks that Spain has to offer the adventurous traveller.
The Picos de Europa, without a doubt the most impressive mountains in all of Spain, emerge dramatically from the coastal landscape as a natural frontier between the green north coast and the more arid Castille. This program offers a variety of landscapes to explore in the Eastern and Central Massifs, with the option of choosing easier or more difficult daywalks.
The Sierra de Grazalema is an "undiscovered" oasis of green, a mountainous area adorned by picturesque white-washed villages such as Grazalema or Montejaque. A landscape of limestone sculptures marked by deep gorges, where vultures nest among the cliff tops. At lunchtime, stop off to replenish your energy with a round of tapas and vino enjoyed on an outdoor terrace.
La Gomera, the greenest of the Canary Islands, lies just 30 kilometres off the coast of Tenerife, at the edge of an enormous shelf in the Atlantic Ocean. Steep cliffs along the rocky coastline give way to volcanic peaks inland. Deep gorges, limit access to many parts of the island, and tourism here is still in its early stages.
Menorca is the greenest and most authentic of the Balearic Islands and the perfect place to get acquainted with the true beauty of life in the Mediterranean: deep blue bays, white sand beaches, spectacular cliffs, rolling hills, quiet farmland, historical towns, and ports full of tiny boats and seafood restaurants.