Spring started a few days ago and, although we can’t really enjoy it right now, in Civitatis we want to propose a list of plans for Spain for when the confinement is over.
We don’t know how long it will take for the situation to stabilize, or how long it will take for the borders to reopen, so we want you to rediscover some of the best outdoor plans you can make for the country. Let’s hope we’ll soon be back on the streets!
1. Guided tour of the Retiro Park
One of the things we are missing most these days is simply to enjoy a good walk surrounded by vegetation. That’s why we propose you to rediscover the lung of Madrid with a guided tour of the Retiro, the most famous park in the capital.
2. Canyoning in the Sierra de Madrid
If, after these weeks confined to the house, what you need is a little action and you also live near the capital, we propose this canyoning activity on the Duratón River. Only suitable for the bravest!
3. Night-time trekking in the Cañadas del Teide
A very good way to reconnect with nature and the universe is to visit the Cañadas del Teide. But without a doubt the activity becomes much more exciting, we could even say almost mystical, if you go on this nocturnal trekking route. You will be overwhelmed by the infinity of stars that will appear in the sky!
4. Diving baptism in Menorca
If your passion is the sea and you want to discover the marine fauna of Menorca, there is no better option than to make a diving baptism. You will be able to explore the impressive sea beds of the area while experiencing the feeling of freedom that comes from being able to breathe underwater – you will want to do it again!
5. Quad bike tour in Denia
During the days of confinement we have not been able to drive either, at least not much. If you want to discharge adrenaline and satisfy your desire to drive, we propose to do it with this quad tour around Denia. One of the most original ways to get to know the city and enjoy its landscapes.
6. Excursion to Valle del Jerte
Jerte Valley is one of those places that fall in love at any time of the year, especially in spring, during the flowering of its cherry trees. However, even if we don’t know yet if we will arrive in time to see it this year, making an excursion to Valle del Jerte is a sure thing. Besides, if you want to do it in a different way, you can also do it on board of a 4×4.
7. Guided tour of the Caminito del Rey
This is the perfect time to start planning your visit to one of Spain’s most famous via ferrata. If, in addition to enjoying the beautiful landscapes, you also want to learn about the history of this place and not have to worry about the arrangements, hiring a guided tour of the Caminito del Rey is the best option.
As you can see, this is just a small sample of the multitude of outdoor plans the country has to offer. Even if we are unable to carry them out right now, this should not prevent us from deciding what we would most like to do when we get back to normal and can enjoy all these spaces again.