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Wildlife holidays in Spain with Naturetrek
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Wildlife holidays in Spain

Tell me about Spain …

Spain is the second largest country in Western Europe and Spanish is the world’s second most spoken language.

Mention the idea of a Spanish holiday and images of vast hotel conurbations, over-crowded beaches, phoney flamenco dancers and fake bullfights come to mind. Somehow, our impression of the country finds it hard to escape these holiday brochure clichés, yet most of this large country remains unknown to foreigners.

Spain has some truly spectacular scenery, from high plateaux and mountain ranges to huge rivers and wetland regions such as the Coto Donana. Its climate varies from continental to arid Mediterranean.

Spain’s warm, friendly people, delicious food, diverse landscapes, pleasant climate and superb wildlife make it an excellent choice for a natural history holiday.

Our Spain specialist recommends...

"Our ‘Extremadura in Winter’ tour is a 7-day exploration of the bird-rich steppes of Extremadure where we can see large winter flocks of Great and Little Bustards. Our pioneering ‘Realm of the Iberian Lynx’ tour gives you the opportunity to see the world’s rarest cat. There is a good chance of seeing other mammals as well as there being a plethora of birdlife."

Andy Tucker
Operations Manager

 

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Alhambra PalaceSpoonbills & Little Egrets (Jim Higham)HoopoeGreater Flamingos, Colin BrownMilwall BugMantis (Empusa pennata)WartbiterSpurge hawk-moth catepillaBerdún (Casa Sarasa)Aisa Valley (Dawn Balmer)Spanish Pyrenees hotelSpanish Pyrenees hotelRough-toothed Dolphins (Tom Brereton)Blainville's Beaked Whale (Tom Brereton)Cory's Shearwater (Tom Brereton)La Palm (Tom Brereton)Valle de Aisa (Sergio Padura)Berdún (Sergio Padura)

Whats special about the wildlife?

Spain is home to some of Western Europes most exciting mammals, such as Wolf, Brown Bear and Lynx. It has a rich variety of bird species, many of which are absent from the UK, including raptors, sandgrouse, lark species, Wallcreeper and many more.

Naturetrek tours to Spain

Naturetrek offers a whole range of wildlife holidays and natural history tours in Spain. Our choice includes:

  • Bird watching in Extremadura, Coto Donana & the Spanish Pyrenees
  • Birds, flowers & butterflies in the Picos de Europa & Catalonia
  • Wolf watching & wild flower holidays
  • Iberian Lynx tours in Andalucia
  • Bird migration at Gibraltar plus whale & dolphin watching from Tarifa & in the Bay of Biscay
  • Holidays combining interests such as tasting local wines & birding, or learning Spanish & wildlife viewing

Anything else?

  • You will enjoy the best of Spains birds, plants, mammals and butterflies in the company of our expert naturalist guides
  • The characterful & friendly family-run hotels that we choose for our holidays in Spain offer both comfort & fine local cuisine
  • The quality of the Naturetrek picnic lunch in Spain is legendary

WHAT YOU'VE BEEN SAYING ABOUT OUR Spain HOLIDAYS

Mrs B.
Hampshire
The Spanish Pyrenees

Thank you once again Naturetrek for providing an excellent holiday. I know that as a person travelling alone, I can book with total confidence - you provide the rare combination of efficiency and fun. A perfect holiday for anyone who wants to experience being 7 years old again and enjoying a treat. From the moment I see the Naturetrek guide, I know that everything will be taken care of - no worries about driving, accomodation, eating, etc. - all I have to do is enjoy myself. Also, a holiday which can be enjoyed by all levels of knowledge and everyone is encouraged to participate. Both guides showed great knowledge, love and respect for all wildlife.
I had a fabulous holiday and would not hesitate to recommend Naturetrek as a holiday company.
The service from the boat company was excellent and there was a clear rapport between the captain and Tom Brereton.