We headed into the Pyrenees Mountains to experience snowshoeing for the first time at Vall de Núria, a valley 2000 metres (6,600 ft) above sea level in Catalonia.
For as long as humans have been walking the earth, we’ve wanted to climb things. Here are some of the best countries in the world in which to do it up rock.
Our final day of adventuring saw us tackle another Via Ferrata – “iron path.” This time the climbing route was in Ribes de Freser in the shadow of the Pyrenees.
Time to tick off another entry on the bucket list – skydiving! And not only that but in one of the premier locations for the sport in the world – Costa Brava.
Translated as “iron path” a Via Ferrata is a man-made climbing route set into a rock face. We were going to attempt the only one in Europe that is on the coast!
Spain offers world-class rock climbing conditions across the country and this is what you can expect when scaling the heights of the Solius region in Catalonia.
This is what you can expect from a relaxing day of kayaking and mountain biking in and around the beautiful, historic town of Banyoles in Catalonia, northern Spain.
7 days of physical activity awaits in the beautiful Costa Brava and Pyrenees Mountains. If you love getting fit in the great outdoors – then this one’s for you!
Salamanca might well be an open-air museum, and this UNESCO world heritage site just lends itself to a walking tour. Prepare to be educated!
It’s not on everyone’s itinerary – but it should be. Segovia is one of the most beautiful but unsung destinations in Europe. Here are its best attractions:
Madrid is a cultural powerhouse of a country, with so much to see and do everyone should have a guide! So here it is – a walking tour of the Spanish Capital.
Siurana has long been a rock climber’s paradise, up there with the best conditions and crags in the world. Read this adventurous report to find out why.