· Nature & Adventure ·

Given its unique topography and geographic location between two seas and two continents, Spain has a rich variety of ecosystems that make it a paradise for fans of nature and outdoor activities.

In addition to its nearly 8000 km of coastline with globally famed beach destinations such as the Costa del Sol, Ibiza, Costa Brava and the Canary Islands, to cite some examples, Spain also has many natural spaces in the inland to enchant visitors.

Since the first National Park was created almost 100 years ago in the Picos de Europa, there are now 15 national parks scattered throughout the country, some of them well known such as Doñana and Sierra Nevada, Andalusia, and Tenerife’s Las Cañadas del Teide, one of the most visited parks in the world.

All these places invite us to disconnect from our daily routine and forget time, to explore them on foot, by bicycle or on horseback, and enjoy activities as diverse as rafting, rock climbing or diving, while meeting people from every corner of the world.