Hiking

The 6 Most Distinguished Natural Nooks of Portugal: the Sintra-Cascais Mountain Range

There are places that are made to explore, even while wearing a tie. Places where sweat, shorts and a canteen are not the right things to carry along with you.…

Villuercas Ibores Jara Geopark: a route through the history of Earth.

The Villuercas Ibores Jara Geopark is an ideal place to understand the history of the Earth observing the landscape or hiking, while practicing bird watching or enjoying the local cuisine. It…

Legendary routes: 6 magical natural spots in Spain

Spain has been and is the place of legends, myths and stories that leave more than one with goose bumps. Or with a smile on your face, if you are…

Wildlife in Monfragüe: What birds we can see and from where

“In Monfragüe, black vultures” … This was already said by a Spanish rock group long before it was declared a National Park in 2007 and enthusiasts of ecotourism activities invaded…

9 Hiking Routes in Spain to enjoy in Summer and Autumn

The summer is coming to an end, the autumn begins, the holidays are over and, nevertheless, it is hard for us to find the desire to stay at home. After…

Adventuring Ladakh: what to see and do on your trip (or what I did)

For travelers, Tibet has always been a fascinating place to visit. A paradise of fresh air in the heights of the Himalayas, a peculiar place difficult to access. We imagine…

What to see in A Coruña: 6 places that look like poetry

Close your eyes and think of an image that represents the province of A Coruña. If images of cliffs, trails, forests, waterfalls or idyllic rivers full of mystery come to…

The Virunga Mountains: the last refuge of the mountain gorilla

The gorilla has not always enjoyed the deserved fame. Having King Kong as a reference is not exactly a positive example. The film showed him being fearsome, huge and monstrous.…

5 Spanish forests that will make you consider living like a hermit

Luckily for us, Spain is one of the countries with the most natural diversity in Europe. This is due to our orography; but above all, is to the great variety…