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Country Walkers makes the breathtaking views well-deserved

Add this to your Spain itinerary. After seeing an increased demand for active travel tours in Spain, Country Walkers – the industry go-to for 36 years – decided to launch an exciting new program to kick off in 2017. 

Leveled at three to seven miles of easy-to-moderate terrain per day, the new guided walking vacation, “Spain: Barcelona to the Costa Brava,” is a seven-day walk beginning on the slopes of Montserrat with breathtaking panoramic views from the Pyrenees to the Mediterranean. Activities include a performance by the Santa Maria de Montserrat Monastery’s acclaimed boys’ choir, a stop at Garrotxa Volcanic National Park, a visit to Santa Pau’s 13th century village and a visit to Salvador Dalí’s Port Lligat home and studio, where the artist lived and worked for 40 years. The tour concludes in The Costa Brava with a well-deserved tour and private tasting at the Espelt Winery. 

Costa Brava

Costa Brava

Each night, guests can enjoy accommodations that range from renovated farm houses to four-star boutique hotels, and the meal selections are just as exciting. From breakfasts served to your hotel terrace to exploring the waterfront town of Cadaqués for any of its dock-fresh seafood picks – after a day of walking you’ll be glad you worked up the appetite.

Prices begin at $4,748 per person. View the full trip itinerary and purchase tickets at countrywalkers.com.

Images courtesy of Country Walkers.