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5 adventure activities in the South of Spain

Visiting and touring the south of Spain is an adventure not to be missed. Cities and towns full of cultural heritage, paradisiacal beaches, mountains, trails and an infinite number of things to do and experience. All this accompanied by a unique gastronomy and a Mediterranean climate perfect for you to embark on an adventure and start practising your favourite sport outdoor in the south.

With family, children, friends, or even your work colleagues, come and experience the south of Spain!

 

Take flight over the Costa del Sol

 

In case you didn’t know, there is a very special way to discover the magnificent and impressive Costa del Sol. In the province of Malaga, you have the opportunity to take a paramotor flight in Torre del Mar.

During the 30 minute experience, you will be able to admire the crystal clear beaches, the famous Balcón de Europa, the port of La Caleta and much more. In addition, you will enjoy unique panoramic views of the Axarquia and La Maroma, while creating unforgettable memories.

Our expert pilots will guide you all the way, guaranteeing your safety at all times in this tandem paramotor flight. They will also take care of capturing the best moments in photography and video so that you can share your adventure with whoever you want.

Discover the Doñana National Park in Cádiz

 

The Doñana National Park is a protected natural area that is home to a unique biodiversity in Europe. Here we can find an incredible set of ecosystems such as the dunes, the beach, the reserves and the marshes, which give this natural environment a unique personality.

One of the best ways to get to know this paradise of nature is through the different outdoor adventure activities that you can find.

Whether it’s a guided kayak or boat trip on the Guadalquivir river, a hiking tour, a guided paddle surfing tour on the Calzada beach in Sanlúcar or even a 4×4 off-road tour, you just have to decide which option suits you best.

Visit the Jerte Valley in Extremadura, Biosphere Reserve

 

The Jerte Valley is known for its vast expanse of cherry trees, which blossom in spring and paint a dreamlike white landscape. In addition, this natural environment also has crystal clear water pools, narrow canyons and lakes where you can practice different outdoor sports.

You can take a guided kayak route along the reservoirs and rivers of the Tagus basin or a guided paddle surfing route along the calm waters of the river Jerte. If you’re more of a mountain lover, the guided hiking route through the Garganta de los Infiernos awaits you to explore the highest peaks of the Garganta de los Infiernos Nature Reserve. Finally, if you’re looking for a little extra adrenaline, take to the water in the ‘Los Papuos’ ravine in the impressive karst canyon within the Nature Reserve of Los Infiernos, without doubt one of the most beautiful areas in Spain.

Tour the Natural Park of Sierra de la Muela, Cabo Tiñoso and Roldán by kayak

 

This impressive natural environment is located in the province of Murcia. It has more than 11,000 hectares brimming with nature.

Here, the geological formation creates small coves of great beauty that are worth visiting and discovering for yourself.

By means of guided routes and kayak trips, you can explore the waters and geological formations of this area, such as the Isla de Los Colomos, its marine reserve or the coves of Fatares, Cala Aguilar and Cala Cerrada, among others. You can also dive into the waters and explore the marine fauna while snorkelling.

Guided 4×4 tour in the Sierra de las Nieves in Marbella

 

In the heart of the province of Malaga, the Sierra de las Nieves is a true paradise full of contrasts. The Biosphere Reserve and National Park of the Sierra de las Nieves is a true paradise just a stone’s throw from the Costa del Sol.

Through the 4×4 routes, you can spend a day full of fun in the company of whoever you want, be it family, friends or children, as this activity is suitable for all ages from 3 years old.

Don’t think twice and enjoy the natural beauty and the white villages of Andalusia on this incredible route.

Continue your southern adventure in the Canary Islands

 

The Canary Islands are one of the destinations par excellence to visit at any time of the year. Its good climate allows you to enjoy its natural surroundings such as beaches with crystal-clear water, volcanic formations and natural parks.

In addition, the islands are known for active tourism as a way of life. From adventure sports and activities such as paragliding on the islands of Lanzarote and Tenerife, to water activities such as kayaking, snorkelling, paddle surfing or even canyoning in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, to climbing or hiking in the rocky areas of islands such as El Hierro.

Have you already decided when to come, we are waiting for you!