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We already told you about the best places to snorkel, but if your thing is kayaking, today we bring you the best places to kayak in Spain.
Mediano reservoir, Huesca
The Mediano reservoir is in Huesca and is one of the largest reservoirs in the province (1700 hectares surface area). In addition, it is surrounded by the Aragonese Pyrenees peaks, which makes it even more special.
For this very reason, taking the kayaking tour in Pyreneesr is your chance to discover the village submerged in the waters of the Cinca and Ara rivers, see the Pyrenees from the water and enjoy the views of the reservoir.
If you are new to this and want to do the tour, relax, first we recommend you read the post about kayaking tips for beginners. And the second thing is that the route is easy, you’ll see families, kids and dogs! on the waters of Mediano 🙂 .
Marine Caves, Jávea
The Jávea beaches are amazing, paradises of white sand, crystal clear waters and sea caves. It is said to be one of the best places to kayak in Spain as well as snorkeling.
These sea caves are above and below the water. For example, if you do the snorkel and kayak tour in Sea Caves from Jávea you will know the cave of cala En Caló (with 5 access tunnels), the famous Llop Marí Cave, with transparent waters and the Cabo de la Nao, one of the biggest in Spain.
Mijares river, Montanejos
Synonymous with adrenaline is kayaking on the river Mijares in Montanejos. A river that runs through the provinces of Teruel and Castellón (97 mil), with a mouth in the form of a 295 ft wide lagoon.
If you decide to do our Montanejos white water kayaking tour you will start the descent in La Monzona to the Arenoso reservoir. Along the way you’ll encounter class II rapids that will get your adrenaline levels up 🚀.
The Mallorca beaches and coves are spectacular, with transparent and calm waters, it is a perfect place to kayak and more specifically, in the Santa Ponsa coast, an ideal area to do this activity.
That’s why on the Mallorca kayak tour you will visit the area, see the Malgrats Island and discover caves and natural pools. A real pirate’s adventure!
Guadalquivir River, Seville
Adventurous traveler! If you’re passionate about Spain, you may already know something about Seville and have even been there, but have you ever seen the city while kayaking on the Guadalquivir River?
The Guadalquivir runs through the Andalusian capital and thanks to it there are the famous bridges such as Cachorro and Triana. It is a marvel to see the city from another perspective, and your dream will be fulfilled with the kayak tour in Seville.
Cabo de Gata, Almeria
Cabo de Gata is a natural park in Almeria famous for its different alternatives for kayaking. Touring the coastline of this park with pristine beaches, crystal clear water, volcanic formations and cliffs is a unique experience.
And, can you imagine doing it from the kayak? This paradise is worth it and more if you do the kayaking tour in Cabo de Gata. The perspective of seeing the reefs and natural pools from the water is on another level.
Fornells Bay, Menorca
Menorca is one of the best areas in Spain for kayaking. This island is famous for its pristine and natural landscapes, it is a jewel of the Mediterranean.
The best crystal clear waters are on this island so if you do the kayaking and snorkeling excursion in Menorca you will see the beauty of the Mediterranean and its wildlife in a unique way.
Now you know what are the best places to kayak in Spain, you just have to get organized and… ducks to water! what will be your next destination?