Our Adventure Holiday package offers an array of different activities for you and your group to enjoy. Experience the most of Alájar and it´s stunning views and landscapes as you horseride/abseil/climb (and more!) your way through the area. We have close ties to companies such as Sierra eXtreme, with whom we closely organise and plan your week with. This is an ideal family holiday.
At a glance:
7 Nights in eco-friendly accommodation Posada San Marcos on a Bed and Breakfast basis
Picnic Lunches provided on Adventure Days, as well as 3 evening meals.
4 Adventure Days
Reasonable level of fitness required
Prices from 600€ per person based on 2 people sharing a room
Itinerary (Subject to change):
Day 1 – Arrive in Alájar and settle in to Posada San Marcos. Meet and Greet with Lucy, Ángel and Sofia.
Day 2 – Your first adventure day! Choose 2 activities from Climbing, Caving, Abseiling or Ziplining.
Day 3 – Free Day. You can use this time to explore the village. There are a selection of bars and restaurants where you can enjoy drinks and tapas.
Day 4 – Choose one activity from Kayaking or Canyoning.
Day 5 – Self-guided Walking Day. There are a variety of walks to enjoy surrounding the village. We provide you with detailed maps and picture guide books.
Day 6 – Free Day. Perhaps venture further afield and explore nearby Aracena or lounge by our pool and enjoy the hotel´s honesty bar. Or save your energy for a stargazing night (optional + suplement)
Day 7 – Choose one activity from Horseriding, Bungee Jumping (15€ suplement) and Orienteering.
Day 8 – Check out & Goodbyes
Note: There is some flexibility regarding chosen activities. We will always do out best to accomodate any requests. Also, some activities may be subject to change due to factors outwith our control such as weather or season.
Tailor-made for you
We are aware that many people would like to travel in a small family group or group of friends. Why not combine a few days of walking with some historical interest or gatronomical delights? The province of Huelva offers a wide range of historical sites from the Paleolithic period onward, encompassing Roman, Arabian and Medieval periods, not to mention the Christopher Colombus trail. Boasting the atlantic coastline and the western – most tip of the Sierra Morena, the mountainous belt which forms a natural divide between Spain’s central Meseta and the Guadalquivir valley to the South, Huelva‘s gastronomy is deliciously varied. Atlantic fish and shell fish, the black Iberian pig famous for its air-cured hams and also providing some of the tastiest pork you’ll ever try and a white wine producing area. You could say Huelva has it all!
Prices on request.