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Walking Holidays in Spain

Walking Tours in Spain

The island of La Gomera is the second smallest of the Canary Islands and is located in the western province. The capital is San Sebastián de La Gomera, the island’s population is around 24,000. Admiral Christopher Columbus stopped at La Gomera on his voyage to discover the New World, therefore the island is also known as the Columbian Island. You can explore La Gomera by hiking and/or taking long walks around the island. If you follow old donkey paths or steep hills, you can find wonderful and beautiful spots throughout the island. The Garajonay National Park is located on the island and housing some fantastic hiking trails and tons to discover. In the southwest, there is Valle Gran Rey, while the north houses Vallehermoso and Hermigua. All three locations are ideal for hikes to start. Various footpaths will lead you past rock-faces, deep ravines, glorious viewpoints, and lush green forests.
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From the coast to the mountains, from sea to crag, from sandy beach to shady Mediterranean forest – the diverse and changing natural landscapes of Catalonia exert a powerful attraction to walkers. This walking holiday through the autonomous community in Northern Spain has been specifically designed to reveal many aspects of the beautiful Catalonia. You will walk along the “wild coast” with its miles of coastal cliffs, solitary beaches and coves with crystal clear water. You will walk inland through the Aiguamolls Nature Reserve where innumerable seabirds and songbirds have settled. You will walk up mountain trails offering spectacular views sweeping far into the Pyrenees.
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Walking in Gran Canaria is a real treat for avid walkers. This ‘miniature continent’ with its micro-climates, valley’s, mountains and coastline packs a big punch into a small space. We organise your accommodation in 3 different locations on Gran Canaria during your trip.
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Discover the island along the Camí de Cavalls trail and see part of the beautiful coast and inland beauty spots on this route. The Camí de Cavalls is a path that was used to defend the coast of Menorca and connect the watchtowers and fortresses. It was built in 1330 and has been used as a way to communicate the entire island. Now, after many claims from the locals, the path has become a public road that goes around the entire island– thanks to the recovery work that has been done and completed in 2011. The Camí de Cavalls path has been included in the European Long-Distance Path.
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Walking in Gran Canaria is a real treat for avid walkers. This ‘miniature continent’ with its micro-climates, valley’s, mountains and coastline packs a big punch into a small space.

To really experience the most this island has to offer we have walking in Gran Canaria Guided Trips. These trips allow you to fully explore the island by foot while accompanied by a knowledgeable guide. The guide will not only inform you about the nature and history of the island but share with you local tips on the best places to eat and visit when you have a free day. Our Guided Trips take care of everything for you so you simply need to enjoy the walks and what the island has to offer. We organise your accommodation in 3 different locations on Gran Canaria during your trip. The first two nights are in Aguimes and then three nights in Tejeda. For your final two nights you have the choice of either Agaete in the north or Maspalomas in south. When you change accommodation we also provide you and your luggage with a transfer from one to the next.

Part of the guided trip is 4 exclusive guided walking routes. Our guides will pick you up from your accommodation each day a guided walk is scheduled. The four guided walks that are included in our guided trip are:

Gran Canaria’s natural triangle: Guayadeque – Los Marteles – Tirajana Roque Nublo, route to the heart of Gran Canaria Way to Artenara, the 100 valleys route Caldera de Bandama, the volcano and wine route>
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During your walks in Tenerife you learn and get to know the rich variety of nature, the smell, the pure mountain air and the incredibly beautiful prospects of Tenerife. With qualified and trained mountain guides you walk on forest pists, narrow paths, into deep canyons or on long ascents such as the Teide summit. Everyone will find something according to their needs and wishes: Shady forest trails, deep canyons, evergreen rain forests or alpine challenges. All this in relation with an attractive infrastructure, which provides you with the possibility to get to know the “real and authentic” Tenerife. Unforgettable moments that you should not miss! The variety, the bizarre volcanic landscapes, the different vegetation zones, the mild climate, the views on and from the numerous mountains and ridges, often at the underlying clouds,… all these natural phenomena create ideal conditions for a successful hiking holiday.
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For those who are short on time, but still want to experience the beauty of the Camino, you can walk from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela in 5 days. You will still receive your certificate of completion, or Compostela. Take an extra day or 2 to experience Santiago at the end.

The final stage of the famous Camino Frances (or French Way) is the most popular Camino package. It traverses the beautiful hilly landscapes of Galicia. Reward your efforts in Santiago de Compostela, the heart and hub of all pilgrimages on the Way of St James.

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This walking holiday explores the Camino Portugues, or Portuguese Way, of the iconic Camino de Santiago de Compostela, the Way of Saint James.


This Camino, which was used by Queen Isabel of Portugal in the 13th Century, heads north following the Atlantic coast of Portugal and Spain. The Camino Portugues gently winds along ancient paths, running through woodlands, villages, farmlands, vineyards and historic towns.


Every day during the walk you’re guaranteed a high level of comfort and gastronomy. This section requires a reasonable level of fitness. However, it’s a highly rewarding walk that includes numerous cultural highlights.

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