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Pyrenees

Welcome mountain lovers, and non-mountain lovers

We’re quite loose with our definition of the Pyrenees, stretching it all the way from Barcelona to the beautiful coastline between Bilbao and San Sebastian. Maybe more than anywhere else in Spain, a journey along the Pyrenees is a cultural adventure – from the Catalan heartlands of the Mediterranean, via the Spanish speaking high mountains and down again to the Basque country. What is consistent throughout are the beautiful mountains, superb hiking and wildlife, fun activities from white water rafting to skiing and some of our favourite places to stay in all of Spain.

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Plunging gorges, open plains and cascading waterfalls define the Ordesa National Park. Birds of prey, ancient churches and striking rock formations. Hilltop villages, local artisans and delicious produce. Immerse yourself in the natural and historic beauty of the high Pyrenees on this stunning inn to inn walking holiday, exclusive to Pura Aventura.

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Beautiful landscapes, delicious food and premium small hotels mark this self-guided journey along the Pyrenees from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic.

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Walk amidst the highest peaks of the Pyrenees and raft its whitest waters. Active adventures in the central Pyrenees combine with the city of Barcelona and the beaches and villages of Vizcaya on this tailor made family holiday.

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Fantastic skiing without pretension, queues or overpriced food in the ‘hidden valley’ resort of Cerler, a slice of authentic Spain but with snow. This self-guided trip includes private lessons, lift passes and kit hire.

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Book Subscribe to The Pothole » Ordesa National Park in the Spanish Pyrenees, rarely, if ever publicised by Spanish tourism authorities Lone hiker at the Ciarracils viewpoint, Ordesa Driving into the spectacular Ordesa National Park Exploring the Pyrenees Many wide, empty slopes make Cerler wonderful for beginners and improvers