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Spain Trips & Tours

Spain Trips & Tours

Architectural marvels, rolling agricultural hills, and food that’s always worth travelling the extra mile

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Walking in Andalucia

Spain
8 Days from CAD 2,658
CAD 2,565

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Romantic countryside, rugged hills and villages of Andalucia on foot

Walking & Trekking
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Walking the Picos de Europa

Walking the Picos de Europa
8 Days from CAD 2,270
CAD 1,930

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Enjoy varied walks in beautiful Spanish mountains

Walking & Trekking
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Sierra de Aitana Trek

Spain
8 Days from CAD 2,563
CAD 2,435

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Beautiful off-season walking through rugged Spanish mountain landscapes

Walking & Trekking
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Cycle the Coastal Portuguese Camino

Spain
8 Days from CAD 4,273
CAD 4,065

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Pilgrims and adventurers unite on a two-wheel journey to the holy town of Santiago de Compostela

Cycling
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Camino de Santiago Trek

Spain
9 Days from CAD 2,745
CAD 2,465

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Follow Spain's most celebrated pilgrimage route

Walking & Trekking

Walk Spain's Sierra Nevada & Granada

Spain
8 Days from CAD 2,468
CAD 2,280

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Stunning walks through Spain's highest sierra

Walking & Trekking
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Cycle the Camino de Santiago

Roman bridge in Molinaseca, Leon, Spain
8 Days from CAD 3,703
CAD 3,345

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Ride a historical pilgrimage route across Spain

Cycling

Cycling the Mediterranean Coast in Spain

Spain
8 Days from CAD 4,370

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Cycle between two of the most happening cities in Europe: Barcelona and Valencia

Cycling
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Cycling Girona and the Catalan Coast

Spain
7 Days from CAD 4,178
CAD 3,970

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Cycle in the most famous cycling region in Spain

Cycling

Activities in Spain

How long are your Spanish tours?

Our Spain trips range between five days and two weeks in length, encompassing short walking and cycling breaks in Catalunya to a fortnight’s self guided walk on the St James’ Way. So, whether you’re looking for a brief break or an extended excursion, our range of scintillating trips to Spain have got you covered.

Are your Spain trips guided

Around half of our Spanish tours are guided and our expert leaders will do so much more than just show you the way. They’ll point out all the local highlights, offer invaluable insights into the area’s history and give you that truly unique experience. However, if you’d rather go it alone then our vast range of self-guided Spain tours provide the perfect solution.

FAQs on Spain tours

Where’s the best place for walking on Spain tours?

Owing to its diverse and dramatic landscapes, Spain is a fabulous destination for walking trips. Whether you prefer to head into the mountains and explore the Picos de Europa and the Sierra de Aitana or immerse yourself in the romantic whitewashed villages of Andalucia, you’re greeted with natural beauty around every twist and turn. The Camino de Santiago is a fabulous long-distance pilgrimage trail that takes you on a fascinating journey into the culture and history of northern Spain or you can discover the vibrant cities of Seville and Granada in the south.

Is hiking in the Picos de Europa difficult?

This beautiful mountain range and nature reserve offers a wide range of hiking trails which vary in difficulty, although many can be completed in a day. The landscapes are extremely diverse but the higher up you climb, the more stunning the scenery and views become. There are three massifs where you can walk along valleys and gorges, following a range of shepherd’s paths, Roman roads and old mining tracks. There are some steep drops and rugged terrain, and you’ll need a good level of fitness, especially if you want to tackle the higher peaks.

Where’s the best place for cycling in Spain?

Cycling is a great way to explore the country and we offer several Spain tours that steer you through some of the most scenic regions on two wheels, from the stunning Catalan coast to the hills of Andalucia. One of the most famous and interesting routes follows the Way of St James along the Camino de Santiago. As well as enjoying the picturesque landscapes, you’ll pass Romanesque and Gothic cathedrals along the way. Alternatively, ride to the medieval town of Girona and discover its Jewish and old quarters and dine on the iconic main street, La Rambla de la Llibertat.

When is the best time to for cycling trips to Spain?

Spain boasts a wonderful Mediterranean climate, but the temperatures can vary from region to region. Catalonia tends to have milder temperatures, but it can become extremely hot in July and August. April and October are good months for cycling with temperatures ranging from 5C- 25C, however, they can be prone to rain and wind. May, June and September are generally the best months for cycling as they are pleasantly warm with less wind and rainfall, and the scenery is just as beautiful.

What are the best things to see in La Palma?

Made up of volcanic landscapes, La Palma is filled with drama and diverse scenery that can be explored on our immersive Spain trips. Well-defined trails lead you through many of the island’s natural highlights to incredible viewpoints where you can enjoy 360-degree panoramas of the coast. Walk along the Ruta de los Volcanes, one of the island’s most famous trails; explore the prehistoric forest en route to Laguna de Barlovento; and hike along the caldera rim of Roque de Los Muchachos. Santa Cruz, a pretty port town and the capital of La Palma, is also worth visiting, especially the black sand beach and the old town where cobbled streets are lined with Flemish architecture.

Is Mallorca a good place to go on a trip to Spain?

The largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca is a great place to visit in Spain. The island is home to emerald waters, vibrant fishing ports, hilltop monasteries and the imposing Serra de Tramuntana range. Off the beaten track, you’ll find beautiful villages, such as Deia, S’Atalaia and Valldemossa, which look out over some of the most stunning scenery in Spain. As well as exploring its sun-bleached beaches, you can experience diverse culture, delicious cuisine and a whole host of bird species such as falcons, vulture and osprey.

What are the 5 most popular foods in Spain?

Inspired by the warm Mediterranean climate and sun-ripened produce, the food in Spain is all about making the most of the vibrant flavours. On Spain trips there are so many tasty dishes to enjoy but there are some that are synonymous with the country. Tapas are particularly popular with dishes like patatas bravas, calamari and gambas al ajillo (garlic prawns) often on the menu. Of course, paella is one of Spain’s most famous and traditional dishes which combines saffron rice, vegetables, chicken and seafood all cooked together in one large pan. Tortilla Espanola (Spanish omelette) is another favourite meal made with eggs, potatoes, onions and meats such as chorizo or ham.

Book your superb Spain trip today!

With such a diverse range of scenery, culture and food to experience, one of our trips to Spain could prove the holiday of a lifetime. Contact our experienced sales team today!

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