Holidaying in Spain is every traveler’s dream. Travelling to Spain does not merely comprise of being exposed to its vibrant culture and way of life, but it also gives you the rare luxury to broaden your mental horizon. The country’s lifestyle, its beautiful people and exotic culture will entice you and you will definitely be encouraged to try new things and create new memories. However, you will undoubtedly spend a good amount of time enjoying the spectacular natural scenery. You will definitely be touched by the serenity and sweetness of the country and simultaneously be fascinated by its wonderful flora and fauna. There will be a whole new world in front of you to be explored. Strolling and walking in Spain will particularly allow you to take in your surroundings. That’s the reason why I have compiled a short guide to the top four terrains in Spain that you will enjoy walking.
Here are top 4 spots for your Walking holidays in Spain.
Among the most popular walks in Menorca, Cami de Cavalls has always fascinated the tourists. It particularly amazes and thrills those who enjoy coastal walks and oceanic landscape. There are other well-known coastal trails which include S’Algar, Cala Alcufar, Punta Prima and Biniancola along the south-east coast. It is due to the presence of such a wide range of magical walks in the region that I and my traveling companion shared such a memorable journey together. Those were indeed part of the itinerary for the next three days. However, we would like to believe that, we had not seen as much as we actually wanted to. Anyways, it was definitely worth our time spent in Spain.
2.Traveling along the Picos de Europa
This incredible national park is home to some of the most beautiful animal and plant species. On a personal note, this was one of my favorite walks irrespective of its length as it was eleven days long. Indeed, the Picos Mountains stand as the most picturesque backdrop to that occasional face-brick houses and grassy stretches. You will have the rare opportunity to witness canyons and a variety of small family-owned inns and accommodations where backpackers stay temporarily. Quite amazingly, most trail guides of this area will halt at the Ref Vega de Uriellu too.
The most wonderful thing about walking in Catalonia is that you get a well-rounded experience, especially if you are a believer in the concept of eco-tourism and wellness just like I do. You can choose from a number of lucrative packages available that will allow you to enjoy a vacation filled with walking during the day and local wine in the evening. Even Montserrat and other natural parks such as Sant Llorec also welcome you with this enviable opportunity. A trip to Mao will also be fruitful as you get to bask in the beauty of some of the most pristine and secluded beaches and that too simply by walking and enjoying the scenery along the way.
4.The Camino Full Walk
If you’re keen on taking a self-guided adventure trip, the Camino Full Walk can be the perfect option for you. If you want to enjoy the charm of old Spain, then head along the Camino Full Walk – undoubtedly the most scenic and captivating in the area.
Without a shred of doubt, any of these trails or areas to walk in, will invariably let you experience the heart of Spain with all its natural wonders and that too without your travel being too strenuous. For those who are truly keen on doing it, it will definitely be a wonderful spiritual experience that you will cherish for long even after you have returned home.
Spain can truly be an experience that you will treasure in your heart forever. With myriad of accommodation options available in Spain, this time you don’t just have an excuse for not traversing all over the country to take in the sights as much as you wish to.