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Self guided walking holidays in Spain

Spain is a country of contrast from its well known coastal towns, classical cities, and modern art museums. There is also a wealth of small villages, steeped in history, with small cobbled streets and shady squares. The more traditional Spain offers hillsides carpeted with springtime flowers, green pastures and sweeping panoramic views. Vineyards produce the late summer grape harvest and as the days give way to autumn, mushroom season arrives and nature's colours change to hues of gold and red. Add in the country's excellent wines, tasty tapas dishes, and the Spanish relaxed way of life and you have all the ingredients for an excellent holiday.

Don't rush, savour every step, discover a lesser known side of a well known country.

Walking the Sierra de Grazalema

The village of Grazalema is surrounded by beautiful and protected wooded mountains, and is considered one of the most beautiful in Andalucia. The surrounding Parque Natural offers a wealth of walking opportunities linking traditional whitewashed villages through an inspiring landscape of limestone peaks and verdant mountain pastures.

The extraordinary microclimate of the region makes the Sierra de Grazalema one of the most ecologically important in Spain. Ronda is a fascinating town to finish your holiday with its Moorish routes, panoramic vistas and museums.

Serra de Montsant

The Serra de Montsant is a protected area, in the Serra de Montsant Natural Park. It is referred to as the 'Holy Mountain Range' because of the many hermits living there in early Medieval times. It is a lovely area of quiet hillside villages bordered by vineyards.

You'll discover many historical sites, such as the Monastery at Poblet, and walk through tranquil woods with a wonderful diversity of Mediterranean vegetation.

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