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Surprising, diverse and full of contrasts - Spanish nature has a wonderful effect on you. Natural landscapes that make you breathe in deeply and forget about your worries, leaving you to enjoy nothing but the moment. Mountains, volcanoes, wetlands, forests, rivers, valleys, cliffs, lakes...just some of the many different environments in Spain to make you feel brand new. Unique and different natural spaces. You have to see it to believe it.



La Garrotxa: Outdoor activities and a medieval atmosphere

Forty volcanic cones and more than 20 lava casts welcome you to La Garrotxa, north of Girona. This landscape, the best example of volcanic land formation on the peninsular, is only two hours by car from Barcelona. Nature lovers will be thrilled at unforgettable experiences amongst the forests and volcanoes that typify this region.

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Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve

In the province of Biscay, between capes Matxitxaco and Ogoño, there is a 12-kilometre stretch of sandbanks that UNESCO has declared a world Biosphere Reserve (1984), along with many other ecosystems. Holm oak forests emerge just a few metres from the aquatic vegetation, giving an idea of the richness of the environment in which this estuary is located. One of its main attractions is the diversity of birds that inhabit it. You can learn all about them in the Urdaibai Bird Centre.

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Bewitching Garajonay National Park

The Garajonay National Park awaits you on the Canary Island of La Gomera. Cleaved through by gorges and packed with laurel forests. This pre-historic forest is responsible for the labyrinth of green that you immerse yourself in as you enter the park. A fascinating landscape that will bewitch you like a fairytale, where nature is the main feature.

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Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park route in the Pyrenees

This is one of the most popular trails in the Pyrenees, as well as one of the most beautiful. With the mountains as a backdrop, the path runs through the landscape of the Ordesa Valley, crossing meadows and leafy forests to reveal spectacular waterfalls.

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Atlantic Islands of Galicia Maritime-Terrestrial National Park

Shared with the Galician provinces of A Coruña and Pontevedra, in the extreme north-east of Spain, this national park in the heart of the Rías Baixas awaits you. A unique ecosystem, teeming with marine and terrestrial life has been created in this place, where fresh and salt water converge. Endless beaches with fine sand and almost-clear blue water will draw you into this paradise on earth known as the Atlantic Islands.

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Exploring the Irati Forest

Exploring the Irati Forest means immersing yourself in the second largest beech and fir forest in the whole of Europe, and one of the best conserved. An authentic natural treasure, with an inestimable ecological value. A place where there are lots of different options waiting for you that’ll make your holiday a truly unforgettable one.

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Animal life in La Sierra de las Nieves National Park

This national park can be found inland in the region of Málaga (Andalusia), very near the famous Costa del Sol and cities like Málaga and Ronda. The landscapes are stunning - it’s here that you’ll find the deepest vertical cave in Andalusia, a complex labyrinth of caves and galleries, and peaks that soar to heights of almost 2,000 metres, such as La Torrecilla. Recognised as a Biosphere Reserve since 1995, it is home to native fauna, 1,500 different types of plants, and the tallest Spanish fir on the Iberian Peninsula.

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Tablas de Daimiel: A wetland unique in Europe

A recommendation if you visit this park: take your camera. You'll want to have it handy when you walk along the wooden walkways specially designed for these wetlands, one of Spain's most precious ecosystems. The variety of birds, their colours and simple, serene beauty are what makes this national park so special, a mere 35 minutes by car from the tourist destination of Almagro, in the province of Ciudad Real.

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The Lakes of Covadonga: a natural wonder

In the heart of the Picos de Europa National Park, just over 20 kilometres from the village of Cangas de Onís, you will find the Lakes of Covadonga. These lakes are located very close to the stunning Shrine of Covadonga and their mirage-like appearance in the beautiful high mountain landscapes makes them a paradise for nature lovers. They can easily be accessed by road and there are various trails in the area to explore. Whether you're a fan of mountaineering or simply a traveller searching for unforgettable views, you have to visit this Green Spain location at least once in your lifetime.

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Silver Route by bicycle

The Silver Route or Vía de la Plata is a fascinating trail running north-to-south across Spain and ideal for mountain bike enthusiasts. Along this 800-kilometre route you’ll enjoy landscapes and cultures so varied they could be in different countries. You can see the olive groves of the south, the sweeping plains of Extremadura, the central massif, and the lush green valleys of the north.

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The best trails in Spain for reconnecting with yourself

If you’re looking to get away from everything and you fancy travelling solo across Europe, Spain is waiting for you with open arms. And if you like hiking, there is a trail for you at any time of the year so you can discover another side of the country.

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Plan A Trip

The adventure travel operators listed below are members of the Adventure Travel Trade Association and are committed to values that drive a necessary movement to change travel so that it benefits the businesses, the people and the environment of the places we travel. Connect with any of them to start planning your trip.

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World Expeditions
Adventure Life
Pure Adventures
TDA Global Cycling