• Cabo de Gata

    The Cabo de Gata Natural Park is an extraordinary-contrasted inland volcanic desert of lights and colors. Coastal landscapes always pair the sea off with the land, and in this relationship between both we discover their occupation stories, causes of weathering, geological past, botanical configuration.


    Total distance on foot: 77 km (48 miles).

    Total approximate time: 28 h.

    Real walking time: 24 h.

    Level: easy difficulty.

    7 days / 6 nights / 5 days walking.

    Comments: One optional rest day.

  • Basque Coast

    Basque Coast trail is itself like water moving, back and forth, in and out at the shore of ocean. Coastal landscapes always pair the sea off with the land, and in this relationship between both we discover their occupation stories, causes of weathering, geological past, botanical configuration.


    Total distance on foot: 95 km (59 miles).

    Total approximate time: 38 h.

    Real walking time: 29 h.

    Level: moderate difficulty.

    8 days / 7 nights / 6 days walking.

    Comments: One optional rest day. San Sebastian.

Spanish Coastal landscape in 2 Trails

  • Consider train travel to Bilbao, San Sebastián, Almería.

Travel sustainable to reduce carbon footprint.
  • Comfortable accommodation.

The features of this Coastal trails version becomes more suited to hikers who wish to have nightly access to facilities (e.g. accommodation and food) found in the villages.
  • Spanish contrasted landscapes.

From the sunny and mild weather of the Gata Cape shore cost to the bare green and rolling foothills of the Basque Country, coastal hikes in Spain have something for everyone: fantastic scenery, great places to stay and variety.
  • The Friendliness of the People.

Spanish trails have had a very long tradition of hospitality. Hosts are more readily prepared to go that extra step to help hikers.
  • Do you plan to explore the Spanish coastline ?.

Blue Flag proudly contributes to the Sustainable Development Goals and Spain has been able to boast of being the country with the most blue flag beaches in Europe ever since the system was first introduced. The iconic Blue Flag is one of the world’s most recognised voluntary awards for beaches.