Catalonia offers a wide range of outdoor activities for all tastes throughout the year. You can choose between the coast or the mountains. Whether you want to walk along nature trails, do a BTT route, white water descents or take part in ecotourism activities.
The beauty of the Costa Brava seen from its cliffs is spectacular, but it can be marvelled at from even higher up. Your chance to do so is provided by SkyDive Empuriabrava, a must-visit for adrenaline lovers. With their help you can reach an altitude of 4,000 metres and enjoy the thrill of falling through …
Put yourself to the test in the Pyrenees. We propose a multi-activity adventure: a night in a mountain campsite, rafting on the River Noguera Pallaressa and the descent of a spectacular canyon, the Barranc de l’Infern (Hell’s Canyon). Are you ready for an adventure in the Pallars region?
As The Little Prince puts it, ‘All grown-ups were once children… only few of them remember it’. What about you: would you like to give your memory a jolt? In Tivissa, you can give free reign to one of the classic childhood thrills: a taste for giddy heights. How, you ask? By climbing in El Foix canyon.
Stunning: that’s the only word for the outline of Montserrat mountain. This Catalan icon of saw-tooth cliffs rises from the flat surrounding landscape like the monument it is. This natural wonder gradually heaves into view before your very eyes when you take the Catalunya Bus Turístic from Barcelona to visit it.
Fun. Different. Daring. Words to make any break a smash hit with your kids. Making them come true is easy with a day of canyoning in the Catalan Pyrenees, a different way for the family’s youngest members to get in touch with nature.