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Wildlife and walking holidays to Spain

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Spain Holidays

While the mention of a holiday to Spain will often conjure up images of busy beach resorts, there is so much more to discover in what is one of Europe’s most exciting destinations for walking, wildlife and cultural holidays.

On the roof of Africa

We had the best time ever. All 3 parts of the holiday (Kili/Pongwe/Stone town) were exceptional.

Kerry

Our Spain Itineraries

In Search of the Iberian Lynx

Spend 5 days exploring the beautiful Sierra de Andujar National Park, one of only two locations where the Iberian Lynx can still be seen in the wild, on this privately-guided wildlife tour. While the Lynx is the focus of this itinerary, many other species can be found in the park, including wolves, Spanish ibex, and wild boar. Keen birders will also find much to admire, with several endangered raptors, including the Spanish imperial eagle, the golden eagle, and black vulture all to be spotted.

Destination

  • Spain

Experience

  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays

Prices from £1785 pp

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Flyway of the Mediterranean - Bird-watching in Andalusia

The Strait of Gibraltar, where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean, is the setting for one of Europe’s most spectacular bird migrations. Every autumn, large numbers of raptors make the journey across the Strait and into north Africa, turning this southernmost tip of Europe into a birdwatcher’s paradise. On this week-long birding safari, you’ll track the migration in the company of an expert ornithologist, as you explore the southern coast of Spain.

Destination

  • Spain

Prices from £1259 pp

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Additional Information

Entry Requirements

Entry requirements for UK passport holders: A full UK passport is required with at least 6 months validity.

Visas
The 90-day limit for visa-free travel begins on 1 January 2021. At border control for Spain, you may need to:
•    show a return or onward ticket
•    show you have enough money for your stay, and
•    use separate lanes from EU, EEA and Swiss citizens when queueing.
•    if you are travelling to other Schengen countries without a visa, make sure your whole visit is within the limit. Visits to Schengen countries within the previous 180 days before you travel would count towards the 90-day limit.

Non-UK passport holders: please consult your embassy or consulate in your home country for the latest advice on visas and entry requirements.

The view from Uhuru

Jeremy's extensive knowledge of Kilimanjaro considerably helped when preparing for the climb.

Julie and Peter