Barcelona, a cosmopolitan city that can be enjoyed from all angles. Especially the view from the sea gives the colorful city its own charm. On this tour you can discover the wonders that the city offers with the attraction of the sea. Activities, gastronomy, culture and adventure are guaranteed on this tour. Get ready, smooth sailing at full sail!
This bike tour combines the rich history of the Big Three of Andalusia: Seville, Cordoba and Granada with enjoyable cycle rides through contrasting landscapes. Our route passes through mountain valleys, olive groves and vineyards, high plains and spectacular canyons. It includes two nights in a unique cave hotel.
Andalusia features some of the finest walking in Spain, being the most mountainous region of the entire country. Excellent climate, very diverse scenery between the Sierras of Grazalema or El Torcal and beautiful historic towns such as Ronda, Sevilla and Granada make a fabulous blend of elements for an unforgettable walking trip to the south of Spain.
Following the route of ancient pilgrims we cycle sections of the legendary trail to Santiago de Compostela - the resting place of Saint James. The trip follows the last 200 kilometres of the scenic route through northern Spain, starting on the high plains of the Castilian meseta. We ascend into the fertile region of the Bierzo and traverse the rolling hills of Galicia to the delightful city of Santiago.
The Camino Santiago has been enjoying a strong revival in the last 20 years. Pilgrims and people from all walks of life come to live the experience. We offer you the chance to get into the spirit for a shorter time, with 6 walks covering the last 115km to Santiago de Compostela. Suggested accommodation is in hotels of 2 and 3 star category throughout.
Our new tour Photo-tourism explores the vibrant city of Barcelona through the lens. The focus is set to capture the past and present soul of the old town from different angles and with different lights. In the evening sessions we analyse the photos taken during the day and give some background theory.
This tour explores the essentials of Catalonia: “Mar i Muntanya” (sea & mountain) From the foothills of the Pyrenees it runs along the Via Verde through northern Spain's volcanic countryside and ancient walled villages to the port town of Sant Feliu de Guixols on the Mediterranean coast. We stroll through the medieval back streets in Girona and the Ramblas in Barcelona.
Catalonia is far more than just Barcelona and the coast. On this trip we offer a combination of cultural exploration of the capitals fine medieval towns such as Girona and Santa Pau or the unique world of Salvador Dali´s Theatre Museum in Figueres with very diverse walking in the serrated mountain of Montserrat, along the north coast and in La Garrotxa with its extinct volcanoes.
The Catalan Pyrenees can boast soaring peaks topping 3000m and lush meadows, streams and waterfalls, impressive glacial valleys and medieval mountain villages. Based in two family run hotels we will explore the surroundings of the National Park Aigües Tortes. Back after the day's walk, we can enjoy the delicious local food.
Mallorca offers a natural paradise for walkers far beyond the stereotypical packaged holidays catering for mass tourism. The Sierra Tramuntana is a gemstone of a mountain range almost unrivaled on the Mediterranean, featuring great walks, beautiful vegetation with hundreds of years old olive trees and spectacular views across the nearby sea.
Lanzarote and Fuerteventura are the best of the Canary islands when it comes to gentle cycling. Both islands are rather flat or undulating, feature unique Volcanic and desert like landscapes with plenty of agriculture squeezed into the lava fields. The sites created by Cesar Manrique, the Lanzarote’s most prolific artist, are spectacularly set and all is surrounded by the great and blue Atlantic Ocean and some fine, white beaches.
This trip is packed with highlights from the three finest walking islands of the Canaries. If you ever wanted to get a great overview – here you find walks around the Caldera de Taburiente NP on La Palma, around NP Garajonay with the remaining Canarian cloud forests on La Gomera and last but not least a trip to Teide NP on Tenerife – highest volcano on the islands. We move around by ferries which makes the experience even more authentic.
Mallorca is southern Europe's most popular cycling destination for road bikers in search of good weather in spring and autumn. Our trip focuses on undemanding cycling through back-roads in the northern part of the island, all from our comfortable base in Porto Pollenca. Combine this with great beaches and some stunning scenery of the Sierra Tramuntana as a backdrop.
The small region of La Rioja is probably the most famous wine producing area in Spain, with some of the most innovative bodegas in the country. With good access from Bilbao airport it makes for a great escape with the chance to for sample some great wines, explor the surrounding hills on foot and take in some cultural highlights such as the iconic Guggenheim museum in Bilbao, the Camino Santiago or the spectacular wine museums of Dinastia Vivanco and Ontañon in Logroño.
This unique trip through north-eastern Spain starts on the Atlantic coast and ends on the Mediterranean in Barcelona. Along the way we will explore some of the finest wine producing areas in Spain and combine this with a couple of pleasant and undemanding walks.
A unique, authentic tour between the two emblematic cities of Madrid and Porto heading down river through the Duero valley, walking and discovering beautiful landscapes and visiting great wineries….