Take an unforgettable cycling holiday through the varied and contrasting region between Biar and Valencia. Cycle along rolling valleys and vineyards, pass grain fields and olive groves, admire the castle-topped medieval towns and finish on the coast of this sunshine-infused Southern Spain.
Enjoy La Vía Verde de Ojos Negros, a car-free cycling experience on one of the most beautiful Vias Verdes in Spain. Vías Verdes (literally, “green-ways”) are old disused railway lines that have been recovered and reconditioned for use by walkers and cyclists.
Take a magnificent cycling tour along the Spanish White Coast where the grand mountain ranges and the blue Mediterranean Sea provide vivid and contrasting scenery. The enticing blend of mountain cols, sandy beaches, delicious food and traditional wine will make this tour an unforgettable experience.
Camino Lebaniego is a walk back in time from the Green Coast of Spain to the mountain area of Picos de Europa, a mixture of pilgrimage route and mountain trek following an old branch of the Camino de Santiago.
Sierra de Grazalema is an undiscovered green oasis, a mountainous area adorned by picturesque white-washed villages. It is a land of jagged limestone peaks, deep gorges and lush green mountain pastures. Finish in the lovely historic town of Ronda, overlooking the stunning El Tajo Gorge.
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.
Discover the hidden gems of the Costa Brava, walking on quiet trails between traditional villages and charming old towns, including the historic town of Begur and Salvador Dali’s former haunt, the white-washed town of Llafranc. Take in some fantastic rugged coastal scenery and enjoy the delicious Catalan cuisine.
This is our most popular walking holiday in Catalonia for a reason. Costa Brava is a walker’s paradise, boasting a thousand-year-old network of footpaths and offering diverse natural landscapes, warm hospitality and great cuisine – and there is something to suit everyone.
This is a short version of our most popular walking holiday in Catalonia. Costa Brava is a walker’s paradise, boasting a thousand-year-old network of footpaths and offering diverse natural landscapes, warm hospitality and great cuisine.
Sierra de Guadarrama, the mountains between Madrid and Segovia, are an unexpected cyclist’s paradise. This trip will take you from the Monastery of Escorial to the impressive Lozoya Valley, surrounded by impressive mountains.
Walk the best sections of the French Camino in two weeks, first taking the scenic Camino Frances route from St Jean Pied de Port in the Pyrenees and then continuing your way from Sarria through the undulating landscapes of Galicia, covering the final 100 km to Santiago.
The Picos de Europa is a region of dramatic limestone peaks and lush valleys, a real walker’s paradise. This epic self guided trek traverses all three massifs of the Picos, taking you on an unforgettable journey through jagged limestone mountains providing magnificent scenery and a rich variety of flora, fauna and wildlife.