Top 5 most bizarre adventure holidays in Spain

Spanish adventure holidays are packed to the rafters with activities that are more unusual – giving an extra dimension to exploring this exciting country. So take a look at these top five amazing and quite bizarre experiences:

Cave accommodation in Andalucia

These newly restored cave houses situated in the village of Castillejar offer a unique and bizarre adventure holiday in Spain in friendly rural surroundings. Both the houses have been refurbished to an excellent standard, but still retain a rustic theme with many unique features. Cave accommodation is fastly becoming popular for travellers wanting something a bit different. These particular Spanish cave house holidays have beautiful rural surroundings and home comforts, and provide an excellent base to explore!

Learn Spanish and Mountain bike in Sierra Nevada

Another bizarre adventure holiday in Spain is to learn Spanish whilst bike riding surrounded by fabulous mountains and several natural parks. On these tours you will discover landscapes and learn the language of this rich culture. You will ride into the cave district of Sacramonte where Flamenco clubs and tapas bars are dotted along the hillside. Alternative, you can ride on a route in the Sierra de Huetor natural park, where you will see the best views of the high Sierra and its north face, which is covered in snow most of the year. The local guide is an expert in guiding mountain bikers and will ensure that you will have the best experience.

Ibiza Yoga and Walking Holiday

During this retreat you will discover the secret Ibiza, the cute bays with crystal clear waters for swimming and see the famous magical sunsets. This is all wrapped up with glorious yoga to relax and guide you with meditations, home cooked cuisine and fabulous company in a luxury private villa. There will also be guided meditations at some of Ibiza’s most sacred spots.

Cycling from Jerez to Cádiz

Another great bizarre adventure holiday in Spain is this fabulous self-guided cycling tour from the superb town of Jerez through the countryside down to the Atlantic coast that lasts nine-nights. You will ride through vineyards, forests, olive groves and almond paths. Accommodation is in quaint hotels in the pretty white villages of Arcos de la Frontera, Medina Sidonia and Vejer de la Frontera.

Walking the Picos

The Picos de Europa National Park offers some of Spain’s most stunning hiking trails. However, in summer, the trails can be heaving with walkers, so it is worth choosing your itinerary and accommodation in advance.

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