Spain is world renowned for its delicious cuisine, lush landscapes and priceless historical monuments, making it a must-see for anyone traveling across Europe.
So, if you are looking for adrenaline or unique experiences there, this post will excite you!
Whether for the practice of extreme sports, an unusual experience or more peaceful and relaxing activities, Spain is, without a doubt, an incredibly special place.
In the Sierra y Cañones de Guara Natural Park in Aragon, you will find several companies that provide services in the field of extreme sports with active tourism, such as canoying, for example.
Navigate through narrow limestone gorges and rivers with foamy, churning waters, as well as the Ésera and Gállego rivers.
Inside the famous Coves de Sant Josep de la Vall d'Uixó, in Castellón - Valencian Community, be amazed by the longest navigable underground rivers in Europe.
Another splendid place to live a unique experience is to discover the course of the waters of the Cave of Valporquero, in León - Castilla y León.
An underground world of rivers, waterfalls, stalactites and stalagmites (mineral formations, found in caves in the shape of sharp cones) awaits you.
Caminito del Rey takes its name because King Alfonso XII made his tour there.
This course was considered one of the most dangerous in the world until some time ago.
Nowadays, free for tourism with all the structure, it offers the bravest, impressive landscapes, in a route of almost 8 kilometers.
It is located in the Gaitanes Canyon, Malaga, Andalusia.
The setting is worthy of a movie: a starry sky, surrounded by nature and a puddle of hot water, with a fine and elegant steam that rises and spreads, making that irrefutable invitation for a swim.
Experience this moment in the thermal waters of the city of Ourense, in Galicia, as well as in Muíño da Veiga, Outariz or A Chavasqueira.
At 3,718 meters, the Topo de Teide is the highest summit in Spain.
Located on the island of Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, your adventure can start with the most difficult route, with a walk along the Montaña Blanca trail, which takes about 6 hours, being a very tiring trail.
However, if you prefer to spare your fatigue, just use the cable car that takes you along 99% of the trail, leaving only 200 meters of walk.
Take in this breathtaking view from the highest part of this volcanic island.
If you love cultural moments and adventure at the same time, this experience is for you!
In the south of the island of Lanzarote, in the bay of Las Coloradas, we find the Museu Atlântico Lanzarote, which boasts impressive sculptures by the hands of Jason deCaires Taylor, submerged several meters deep.
What a charming country, don't you think?
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