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Hiking and ecotourism

Spain has a number of national parks. Whether you'd like to go for a long hike into the wilderness or just a day's walk in the woods, you'll find just what you need in Spain.

Hicking in the Pirenees 

To the north of the Iberian Peninsula, is the Picos de Europa National Park, spread out among the regions of Cantabrie, Castille and Leon. Its beech tree forests, its creeks and mountain streams make for a mountain park of untouched, natural beauty.

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 The Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, at the heart of the Pyrenees, is located in the region of Aragon.


This very rocky park is home to a whole host of wildlife that you're sure to come across as you wander its trails.

Passing of a Névé

The Aigües Tortes and Estany de San Mauric National Park is located in the Catalan portion of the Pyrenees. The park has many lakes and steep slopes and covers an area of 24,000 hectares.

The Cabaneros and Tablas de Daimiel national park is located in the region of Castille la Mancha. The park serves as a rest stop for many migrating and aquatic birds. 

Donana National Park is located at the mouth of the Guadalquivir river and is a UNESCO world heritage site. This wildlife reserve is home to many different kinds of birds. Its fragile ecosystem contains beaches, dunes and areas of quicksand.

Despite its relatively high altitude, Teide National Park on Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, contains a remarkably diverse variety of flora and fauna.

Caldera National Park on Palma Island is well-known for its large crater.

Timanfaya National Park on the island of Lanzarote, has the most volcanic mountains of any of the Spanish parks.

Garajonay national park, with its breathtakingly beautiful forest, is classed as a UNESCO world heritage site, and is located on the island of Gomera.


To help you prepare for your hike in the wilds of Spain, we have selected the best "senderismo" (path walker) websites.

Guide to rural tourism in the Canary Islands

The Sierra Norte of Madrid, hiking through the region of Madrilena

Guide to rural tourism in Catalonia

Altur excursions, paragliding and speleology in Andalusia

Rural Casas of the Rioja

Tourism and hiking in Galicia

A monthly magazine about hiking, rock climbing and adventure

"Picos de Europa" National Park website

On the trails of Santiago de Compostella

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