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Spain: 5 destinations to go to at Easter

During Holy Week, Spain, like many other destinations, is full of religious celebrations throughout the country. But that’s not all. Whatever your beliefs, this week is still the perfect excuse to pack your bags and take a trip to the incredible destinations that await you in Spain.

Among the most sought-after destinations, you can find the capital. Madrid offers you a wide variety of options and plans to do during these dates. Another very good option, due to its great climate, is the Canary Islands, where you will find the perfect combination of adventure and tradition.

In addition to these two destinations, Spain still has the best geography to discover, and so today we bring you a list of the best destinations to go to at Easter.


Travel around Andaluc├şa


Andaluc├şa, from one end to the other, is a favourite destination to travel to on dates as important as Easter Week. Among its capitals, the traditions celebrated here have the distinction of International Tourist Interest. You will find streets with the smell of incense, pasos or ‘thrones’ and numerous Nazarenes always accompanied by their music bands.

Apart from the traditions, Andalusia is still much more. Whether you are looking for something different or you want to make the most of your experience here, you are in luck.

The south has a wide variety of offers in active tourism. Activities and sports such as caving, a via ferrata route, paintball or paddle surfing and kayaking routes, among others, are waiting for you in places brimming with beauty such as the Do├▒ana National Park, the Guadalquivir River in C├│rdoba and Ja├ęn, or Granada, for example.

Make a special stop in Málaga


Málaga has a special and unique way of experiencing its Holy Week. Considered to be of International Tourist Interest, the capital and its surroundings await you as a destination full of movement and cultural celebrations to attend at least once in a lifetime.

Of course, it doesn’t stop there, M├ílaga offers many options to choose from if you want to take advantage and see nature. All along the Costa del Sol, you can find outdoor adventure activities of all kinds. From canyoning in the Sierra de las Nieves National Park, through activities such as 4×4 routes, caving or via ferrata in Marbella, hasta to paddle surfing or kayaking in incredible places such as Nerja or Fuengirola.

A lively destination to travel to on more than one getaway!

Discover Catalonia


Catalonia, although it may seem otherwise, is a destination where you can find places where very special celebrations are held. An example of this is the tradition of the palmas and palmones or the traditional mona de pascua, where godfathers and godmothers give gifts to their godchildren. In addition, as in Andalusia, you can also see different processions.

On the other hand, if you are looking to escape from these plans, Catalonia has much more to offer. Hot-air balloon flights, cycling routes through the incredible Catalan natural parks, canyoning, hiking or kayaking routes in places as spectacular as Vilanova i la Geltr├║, are just some of the adventure activities you can do near Barcelona. The only thing you have to take care of is to choose the one you want to start with!

Escape to the Pyrenees and the North


Northern Spain is an ideal destination for those who are looking for a break from their daily routine.

In this unique environment, you can find a wide variety of outdoor activities designed for you to enjoy whether you come with friends, as a family or with your partner. From rafting in Llavors├ş, via ferrata, canyoning or hydrospeed, whatever your choice, you can breathe fresh air and reconnect with nature like never before.

Natural parks such as the Alt Pirineu Natural Park in Llavors├ş, the Aragonese pre-Pyrenees in Murillo de G├íllego in the Kingdom of the Mallos or near Jaca, in Huesca, and even the Picos de Europa in Cantabria, the north offers nature and the great outdoors wherever you go.

To this you can also add a gastronomic dish of the area that you don’t want to miss or, depending on the area of the Pyrenees where you go, discover the Easter traditions that take place in the different places.

Explore Valencia


Between the Region of Valencia and Castile-La Mancha lies the Hoces de Cabriel Nature Reserve, the largest protected area in the Region of Valencia. This park is listed as a Cabriel Valley Biosphere Reserve, making it an ideal destination if you want to disconnect in the heart of nature.

Adventurous activities such as caving in caves full of geological formations, hiking routes, via ferrata or rafting and canoeing on the river Cabriel.

Valencia is also ideal if you want to experience a different kind of Easter Week. Here it is known as La Semana Santa Marinera, when the city’s maritime neighbourhoods and surrounding areas come together for a series of events. Add its gastronomy and cultural offerings and you have a destination full of options to enjoy.

If that’s not enough for you, you can fly from Madrid, Barcelona or the Canary Islands


If from all the plans mentioned above you are still hungry for more, we are sure that touring the Spanish skies is the perfect option for you.

At RocRoi, we have different points and centres where you can practice incredible flight activities such as hot air balloon flights, light aircraft flights, paragliding or even helicopter flights. An activity full of adventure and adrenaline perfect to experience this Easter in places like Madrid, Barcelona or the Canary Islands.

Pack your bags and don’t think twice, this Easter, go on an adventure and discover Spain in an unforgettable way!