We love Spain so we offer those destinations we like more. More adventure, food and wine in Spain apart from the destinations in which we have offices such as:
Tourism in Asturias
Asturias is a land rich in scenery, history, culture, tradition and gastronomy. A perfect place for all kinds of activities. The Picos de Europa and protected areas, the culture of cider, cheese and wine, the beaches and fishing villages, the pre-Romanesque artwork, the mining area and the Camino de Santiago are just examples of magnificent contrasts.
Oviedo, the first Christian kingdom of Spain with its Romanesque monuments or cathedral; Avilés, a seafaring and medieval city where you can find the Niemeyer center; Gijón, a city with great history, fantastic beaches and a beautiful scenic route; Cudillero, an amphitheater facing the sea with its own language, “pixueto”; Cangas de Onis, the gateway to Picos de Europa, a regal and historic town; Cangas del Narcea, wine country where we can also see the bears at the Biosphere Reserve; Nava, capital of cider where we can enjoy visits to “llagares” and the famous “espichas”; Langreo and the mining area where you can know and breathe the history of so many heroes; the Sanctuary of Covadonga and the lakes of Enol and Ercina; the famous descent of the River Sella … So many options that we would need much more time to describe its attractions.
You can combine activities such as 4×4 tours, canoe rides, rafting, caving, canyoning or snowshoeing with visits to llagares, espichas, urban routes or swimming at the beach.
Tourism in Cantabria
Cantabria offers endless options to enjoy. Beach and mountains in a setting steeped in history. Settings such as the prehistoric caves declared World Heritage, medieval villages like Santillana del Mar, its fishing ports like Castro Urdiales or San Vicente de la Barquera, its beaches like Noja and Laredo, the city of Santander. The Picos de Europa, the northern part of the Camino de Santiago, Cabárceno Park where you will feel like an adventurer, the cable car of Fuente Dé or the ski resort of St. Anton.
Settings in which excellent food products are made and you can taste every corner. The famous Santoña anchovies, cheeses, sobao sponge cakes, quesadas and orujo liqueurs.
4×4 routes, canoeing, rafting, canyoning, bungee jumping, climbing, archery, via ferrata, hiking, visiting caves, horseback riding on the beach and much more. Not to mention visits to the capital and main towns, swimming at the beaches and good food.
Tourism in Ribera del Duero
Our passion for wine and good food leads us to the Ribera del Duero where we can also enjoy (apart from wine) other attractions such as castles, nature and cultural heritage. It is for this reason that we would like to share it with you.
In the Burgos part of Ribera de Duero stands the town of Aranda de Duero where it is an adventure to browse its underground cellars. You can also find other wineries such as Bodegas Portia, designed by the architect Norman Foster. And other intriguing locations like the Museum of Aromas, the Monastery of the Vine or the beautiful town of Peñaranda, dominated by its castle. Other towns such as Burgos with its outstanding Cathedral, Lerma or Santo Domingo de Silos can also be visited in order to discover the landscapes of this Castilian province.
Not far from Aranda is Peñafiel. A wonderful enclave that hides the Interpretation Centre of wine behind the walls of its castle. From there you can visit other wineries in the area or go to Valladolid (one of the most important cities of Spain as regards gastronomy) or the Rueda wine region, famous for its verdejos. Cultural and gastronomic contrasts surrounded by beautiful countryside, villas and monuments.
You can enjoy everything that wine and gastronomy offers, accompanied by SPA treatments and nature tours. In addition, you cannot miss the typical menu of the area, including roast lamb, tastings, visits to the towns and much more.
The Way of St. James
The “Camino de Santiago” is one of the most important places of pilgrimage in the world. The last part is found in Santiago de Compostela, where the relics of the saint are venerated. The first part… There are many different points of origin from where thousands of pilgrims each year leave on foot , by bike or by horse.
With the scallop shell as a symbol and credential, we propose you do any part or the full path in the following areas:
– French Way: from Saint Jean Pied de Port through Pamplona, Logroño, Burgos and León among other locations. 775km divided into 31 stages (on foot)
– North way: from Irun through San Sebastian, Bilbao, Santander and Gijon among other locations. 815km divided into 32 stages (on foot)
– Basque way: starting from Irun and joining the French way in Santo Domingo de la Calzada, passing through places such as Tolosa, Agurain, Vitoria or Haro. 203km divided into 8 stages (on foot)
You can do El Camino on foot, by conventional or electric bike; or by car without considering yourself a pilgrim but visiting the most emblematic places.
In all these destinations (and more like Galicia or Navarra) you will enjoy endless activities where history, gastronomy and nature are particularly relevant. For business trips or trips with children, we organize activities and experiences tailored to the group. Check out this possibility with us.
These are only examples so if you need a customized programme or you cannot find what you are looking for, we invite you to contact us to design a tailor-made proposal.
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