Explore Spectacular outdoors in Spain
By Carlton Leisure -
Spain brings to mind hillside villages, markets teeming with cafes, impressive cathedral and great cultural activities that can be best explored at its art museums, scrumptious cuisine, and great nightlife. But besides these allures, the destination is also well known for its great outdoors. Here we give a lowdown on top outdoor activities that can be explored in Spain.
Santander - A great destination for surfers
Those with love for surfing can go to Santander, as it is one of the most sought destinations for surfers. You can also go to Somo, situated at the east side of the bay and popular as a wave-riding destination. If you are a beginner to surfing then there are several training schools in the vicinity that can give you basic training in surfing and can also provide with the equipments.
Exploring Picos de Europa National Park
The outdoor enthusiasts can also go to the Picos de Europa National Park which is home to some of the most impressive limestone massifs inhabited by some rare wildlife species. A large number of people head to this destination during the summers and you can find the paths packed with visitors. So, one should plan a trip keeping these things in view. There are several tour operators to assist you in this endeavor.
Cami de Ronda path, Costa Brava
The walks here are picturesque but hard to tread though and perhaps it is what makes it popular among the travelers. Those who don’t want to make much effort should walk through the original Cami de Ronda footpath that also offers a stunning looks of the surroundings. This walk takes you through the coastal towns of Palamós and Llafranc and you would be able to see several hillside villages on the way.
Tenerife Walking Tails
Multicity flights to Spain are much in demand from tourists who wants to explore its vast outdoors. Tenerife is one such destination. There are a good number of walks that can be walked while you are on an outdoor spree. Cruz del Carmen to Chinamada that takes you through mountains and ancient forts could be one of the most popular walks while Masca gorge that begins at picturesque village and ends at a beach is also popular. Barranco del Infierno, Rambla del Castro, La Fortaleza and Chinyero are other popular walks that can also be explored.
Cycling in Majorca
Enjoying a varying terrain that consists of plains, hills and mountains the Spanish town of Majorca has always been popular among the outdoor enthusiasts. The town is well loved by cyclists who come here in hordes to enjoy an excellent cycling holidays. The cycling tours are also popular among those who want to explore the beautiful countryside of Spain. You can find several hotels on the ways where you can seek refuge for the night. The tours also allow you a peek in to the life of a common citizen in the country.