Beat the Spanish heat in a refreshing and funny way, with an exciting canyoning trip in the wonderful Sierra de Guara’s gorges, have fun rappelling and sliding on crystal waters in the Picos de Europa National Park, or discover beautiful waterfalls and gorges in Cuenca, not so far from Madrid.
What should I know about Water Sports Spain?
Boasting an incredible diversity of landscapes, Spain offers a wide offer of amazing options for sports and outdoors enthusiasts. From ski touring, to rock climbing or hiking, you will find great destinations for unforgettable adventures in Spain. The Pyrenees, the Picos de Europa and the Sierra Nevada are world-class climbing, skiing and hiking destinations. If you have some time available, go discover some of the many charming and vibrant Spanish cities, like Madrid, Barcelona, Granada, Toledo or Sevilla, and just enjoy life like a Spaniard!
Why should I choose Spain for my Water Sports adventure?
Spain offers wonderful natural canyons where to practice this exciting activity! There are tons of amazing gorges to explore with great spots, boasting clear waters, waterfalls and underwater passes, making for an unforgettable adventure!
Thrilling routes and jumps
Experience a unique adrenaline rush while jumping and sliding through crystal clear waters, surrounded by Spain’s amazing natural beauty. Enjoy the thrill of climbing, swimming, and overpassing exciting natural challenges, accompanied by a certified guide!
The sun, the food, the culture!
Enjoy sunny days and a clear blue sky –specially around Madrid and in the south of the country- while tasting the most delicious tapas, great wine and tasty Spanish specialties. Discover a wonderful culture, live traditions, flamenco dancing and a unique way of enjoying life.
What can I expect from the weather in Spain?
In winter temperatures are mild and rain is most frequent (but still not common) throughout Spain. Spring and autumn have warmer temperatures (20ºC - 25ºC) and are generally sunny and dry. Summer can be quite hot, but days are almost all sunny, clear and beautiful.
Which language is predominantly spoken in Spain?
Spanish is the official language.
languages. In certain autonomous communities there are also co-offical languages: Catalan, Galician, Basque and Occitan.
What currency is accepted in Spain?
How can I get to Spain?
You can either fly into Madrid or Barcelona or get there by train, if you are coming from another European country.
What’s the country code of Spain?
What’s the high season for Water Sports in Spain?
May to October is the best time to visit for a canyoning trip.
Everything was well-planned. The guide Raquel explained what we needed to do and made sure that everyone understood. The guide provided wetsuits, safety gear, and helmets. We had options to climb and jump, or opt on any climb or jump we didn’t feel comfortable doing. I traveled with my 21 year old daughter, 58 year old husband and self (age 60). This was our first canyoning trip. Beginner level, was perfect for us, and we did well. We loved it and I’m so glad we discovered this amazing sport! We did every jump and climb! Thank you Raquel for your guidance! Also your recommendations for other hiking and touring in the area! We did visit Rupit, Besalu, and São Paulo! I would definitely recommend this to those that are in reasonable good fitness and love the water and jumping into water!
Excellent service and a fabtastic cave experience - thank you so very much!
Was very good carlos was excellent guide
Raquel was very lovely with the kids. Everyone was very happy!
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