Contact Us|1-888-831-7526

Across the Pyrenees

Trip Length 9 days

From $4,995

  • Join expert MTS guide Erik Perez for an unforgettable adventure from Bilbao to Barcelona, through Aragón and Catalonia
  • Take in the dramatic landscapes of the Pyrenees, including Ordesa National Park, known as the "Spanish Grand Canyon" for its cliffs and valleys
  • Enjoy spectacular, bird’s-eye views of the majestic stone amphitheater of Gavarnie, where foaming waterfalls pour over 1,500-foot walls
  • Explore the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, known for its contemporary art and fantastically futuristic architecture, and see Gaudi masterpieces in Barcelona

Travel from Bilbao to Barcelona on this comprehensive trek of the iconic Pyrenees—a hiker's paradise. This trip was designed by top MTS guide Erik Perez, a professional mountaineer and published historian whose passion for the region brings it to life! Every day you’ll learn about the culture, architecture, and natural surroundings of this region as you trek through the ancient mountain kingdoms of Aragón and Catalonia. You'll marvel at towering peaks, high meadows, and enormous waterfalls as you traverse challenging and breathtaking terrain, and each day ends at a picturesque country inns or luxurious parador. The trip is bookended with guided tours of Pamplona and Barcelona, allowing you to experience the best this region has to offer.

Travel Across the Pyrenees in July 2016 and take a back-to-back hiking trip in Northern Spain's Picos de Europa National Park (Trip Code: PVV). Call our Spain travel experts today to learn more!

Day 1: Arrive in Bilbao, Spain

Arrive in Bilbao in the early morning in time to rendezvous with trip leader Erik Perez and the rest of the group at 11am. After a short trip briefing, we'll have lunch at the futuristic, cathedral-like Guggenheim Museum, then spend the better part of the afternoon enjoying the museum's art and architecture. The Guggenheim is noted for its permanent collections of avant-garde art, displaying the works of 20th-century artists such as Vasily Kandinsky, Willem de Kooning, and many leading Basque and Spanish artists.

In the late afternoon, we'll take a 2-hour drive to the capital of Navarre province, Pamplona—best known for the famous “running of the bulls” during the Fiesta de San Fermín each July. We’ll have a walking tour of the city, which dates back to Roman times, followed by a tasty dinner at the hotel.

  • Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Tres Reyes

Day 2: Explore Torla and Ordesa National Park

After breakfast, we'll leave Pamplona and transfer to Ordesa National Park (Parque Nacional Ordesa y Monte Perdido), founded in 1918 as Spain's first national park. Here you'll find breathtaking landscapes of sheer cliffs, lush forests and deep valleys, all dominated by Monte Perdido, the third highest peak in the Pyrenees at 11,000 feet. 

We'll check in to our hotel in the small mountain village of Torla, based at the entrance of the park, then set off on a warm-up hike to the first of the three main cirques. Today's cirque is called Cola de Caballo, or the Horse Tail, and ends in a spectacular glacial meadow. Those wanting a longer hike will have the option to take a longer trail to our hotel in Torla, adding 1½ hours.

Hiking time: 6 to 8 hours (1,700' ascent and descent, 2,100' feet descent if taking the optional longer return to Torla)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Bujaruelo

Day 3: Hike through forests and meadows to Gavarnie

This morning we'll transfer to the trailhead for a hike along the banks of the Ara River through beech and pine forests. At San Nicolas de Bujaruelo, we'll cross the river on a beautiful stone bridge, the remains of an old Roman road. We'll then continue through meadows and high pastures to Bujaruelo Pass (7,920') and the French border. In the late afternoon, we'll descend into the French town of Gavarnie, enjoying spectacular, bird’s-eye views of the majestic amphitheater of mountains, where foaming waterfalls pour over 1,500-foot walls.

Hiking time: 6 to 7 hours moderate hiking (total altitude gain/loss 3,201'/2,937')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Grand Hotel Vignemale

Day 4: Take a dramatic hike to Monte Perdido

Today, we'll enjoy dramatic views of the scree field and valley below as we take a challenging 9-hour hike down a very steep scree slope in the area of Monte Perdido. From Gavarnie (4,554'), we'll cross again to the Spanish side via Espuguettes-Puerto Nuevo de Pineta (9,441') and the Circo de Pineta, ending at the Parador Nacional de Bielsa (also known as Parador Monte Perdido) in Aragón's Valle de Pineta—a truly impressive mountain setting!

Hiking time: 9 hours (total altitude gain/loss 4,700'/4,000'); a shorter hiking option is available

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Parador Nacional de Bielsa

Day 5: Admire sweeping views from the Balcon de Pineta

Our hike today follows switchbacks to the Balcon de Pineta and Lago Helado de Marboré. It's a strenuous route that takes us along the highest part of the base of two high peaks of the area, Pico Marboré (10,653') and Monte Perdido (11,000'). From the Balcon, we'll enjoy sweeping views of the valley below.

Hiking time: 8 hours hiking (total altitude gain/loss 4,158'; highest elevation reached is 9,900'); optional shorter hike is available

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Parador Nacional de Bielsa

Day 6: Hike below Aneto, the highest peak in the Pyrenees

We'll transfer two hours from Bielsa to Benasque, with its narrow streets and winding alleys lined with old, seignorial mansions. We'll continue to Puerto de La Besurta and enjoy lush, green scenery as we hike below Aneto (11,168'), the highest peak in the Pyrenees, to the Valle de Aran (7,755'). The tranquil scene is complete with grazing horses and swaying grasses. The evening is free to stroll through the mountain village of Arties, or swim in the parador’s outdoor pool.

Hiking time: 6 hours moderate hiking (total altitude gain/loss 1,944'/3,200')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Parador de Arties

Day 7: Enjoy a gentle climb in Catalonia

We are now in the Catalonia (Cataluña) region of the Pyrenees, which has a separate identity from the rest of Spain. After a 90-minute transfer, we’ll embark on a gentle climb from a meadow below the Puerto de la Bonaigua (6,270') through boulders up to Lagos de Gerver (7,300'), a sparking lake surrounded by green lichen and bushes bursting with red berries. We'll then descend to the road where the bus will pick us up for a 3-hour drive to the Montserrat area, near Barcelona. Tonight's accommodation is in a beautiful medieval castle.

Hiking time: 5 hours easy hiking (total altitude gain/loss about 1,000')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Parador de Cardona

Day 8: Explore Montserrat and see Gaudi masterpieces in Barcelona

Montserrat is the sacred mountain of the Catalans. The setting of Wagner’s opera Parsifal, this famous mountain range is a mystical landscape of towering pillars and fantastic smooth pinnacles. Today, we’ll transfer one hour to the cable train of Montserrat and hike via the Pla de Ocells and below the impressive sandstone pinnacles of Cavall Bernat (4,950').

We'll descend to Montserrat monastery, a 9th-century Benedictine monastery and shrine of the Black Madonna. In the early afternoon we’ll transfer one hour to Barcelona. After checking into the hotel at about 4pm, we’ll have a sightseeing tour of the city, including a visit to a number of Gaudi highlights. Later we'll enjoy a festive farewell dinner with the group.

Hiking time: 3 hours (total altitude gain/loss 860'/2,392')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Gallery

Day 9: Fly home

Transfer on your own to Barcelona International Airport for homeward-bound or onward flights.

  • Breakfast

Jul 16 - 24, 2016 Can be done back to back with Hiking the Picos de Europa (SHH) July 9, 2016 Guaranteed Departure

Aug 20 - 28, 2016 Guaranteed Departure

Sep 10 - 18, 2016 Guaranteed Departure

Jul 15 - 23, 2017 Revised – Call for Details

Aug 05 - 13, 2017 Revised – Call for Details

Sep 02 - 10, 2017 Revised – Call for Details

pricing


2016 Prices
$4,995 (2-16 members)
$1,400 single supplement 

2017 Prices
$5,295 (2-16 members)
$1,300 single supplement 

Got your own great photos of this or other MTS trips?
Share them with us on our Facebook page!

Grand Hotel Vignemale — Gavarnie

The Vignemale hotel is a 3 stars hotel in the Pyrenees mountains facing the majestic Cirque de Gavarnie. At the heart of the Pyrenées National Park, the hotel welcomes you to : adventure travel, summer holidays, week-end getaway or social events.
 

Hotel Bujaruelo — Torla


Hotel Gallery — Barcelona

Given its excellent situation, in the centre of Barcelona, our hotel allows easy access to the most significant architectural sites. It also permits you to attend to your business needs or enjoy a day shopping.

Gallery Hotel stands out due to its professional team: offering high quality, personalised service, making you feel as if you were at home in the centre of the city.

Hotel Tres Reyes — Pamplona

Ideally located only a short distance from the city center, the upscale Hotel Tres Reyes is a perfect homebase for those exploring Pamplona. Spacious, modern rooms come equipped with private bathrooms, minibars, LED televisions, telephones, safes, air conditioning and free WiFi. The hotel boasts a bar, cafe, resaturant, swimming pool and fitness center.

Parador Nacional de Bielsa — Monte Perdido

This welcoming mountain enclave is located in the eastern sloping Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park. It was declared to be a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997 and is also a renowned area for enjoying sports and outdoor activities.

The fresh Pyrenean air, the clean waters of the river Cinca or the tradition of the Nuestra Señora de Pineta roman hermitage, will leave you feeling healthy, relaxed and calm.

The floors, walls, and exposed wooden beams and columns are filled with modern and accommodating furniture. Some of the bedrooms have spectacular views over this beautiful natural enclave.

The High Aragon cuisine contains strong flavours and seasoning producing simple but tasty dishes: migas aragonesas (fried breadcrumbs with sausage and grapes), Cinca river trout cooked in sherry, young roast lamb, wild boar stew and teresicas de Aragon (puff pastry dessert).
 

Parador de Arties — Lleida

The snow capped peaks of the Pyrenees, the clear blue skies and the green luxuriant valley of Val d'Aran is the setting for this Parador.

The Parador is of recent construction using the local style of architecture.

The site is that of the House of D. Gaspar de Portola whose claim to fame is the discover of California.

The design has a steeply sloping roof so that a heavy weight of snow cannot accumulate. This results in the bedrooms having 'dormer' windows looking out onto the roof. The traditional mountain design is continued in the wooden beams being featured in the bedrooms.
The lounges in the hotel are spacious and tastefully decorated among which the Salon Chimenea particularly stands out.

Parador de Cardona — Catalonia

It is an impressive ninth century fortress which dominates the valley of the river Cardoner.

The Parador sits on top of a hill. In 986 A.D. it was decreed that the local population could have salt every Thursday in return for one days work a week maintaining the fortifications.

Within the castle is the church of San Vicente which was built in 981 and enlarged 40 years later.

The 2nd century Minyona tower is reputedly have been the prison of Adeles, the daughter of the Duke of Cardona, who was held by her brothers after falling in love with a loader of the Moors and had converted to his religion, She was only incarcerated for a year before she died.

Incorporated within the Parador is a gothic cloister, the Duke's patio and an ancient cistern for the storage of water. Everywhere there are moats, towers and walls to defend the castle.

There are numerous decorations in keeping with the surroundings. The furniture is of medieval designs but with modern comfort being important in the design.. Walls are decorated with tapestries and wrought iron torch holders.

"We met Erik Perez on our Patagonia trip in 2001. He said, "You must come to Spain, and let me guide you through my country." We finally got the opportunity to do so. He is superior, both as a guide and as a teacher." Ron Swartz & Ellen Johnson

"Erik is one of the best trip leaders you have!" Dustie & Paul Indman

"We wanted beautiful scenery and good hiking with clean accommodations, and that's what we got. It was a great experience and Erik was top notch." Charlie & Beth Guthridge

"We loved everything about it. This trip was amazing." Cathy & Frederic Seligson

"I would recommend this trip highly. Great hikes. Great leaders. Great location. The tour leaders were phenomenal and trip was very well organized." Miles Cohen

"We have come to appreciate not just the hiking on these trips but the educational aspects more over the years. We loved learning about the culture, the people, religion, geography, food and history of this region. Our guides were very good at this.” Dana Levenson

"I thoroughly enjoyed the entire trip. I can't identify one best thing. The guides, group, hiking, area, lodging and food were all unbeatable." Wendy Gasch

"Excellent! The guides. The scenery and character of this part of Spain. The accommodations and the FOOD! How much we learned about the region's culture and history. The excellent itinerary and trip design." Robert Wenzel

  • Join expert MTS guide Erik Perez for an unforgettable adventure from Bilbao to Barcelona, through Aragón and Catalonia
  • Take in the dramatic landscapes of the Pyrenees, including Ordesa National Park, known as the "Spanish Grand Canyon" for its cliffs and valleys
  • Enjoy spectacular, bird’s-eye views of the majestic stone amphitheater of Gavarnie, where foaming waterfalls pour over 1,500-foot walls
  • Explore the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, known for its contemporary art and fantastically futuristic architecture, and see Gaudi masterpieces in Barcelona

Travel from Bilbao to Barcelona on this comprehensive trek of the iconic Pyrenees—a hiker's paradise. This trip was designed by top MTS guide Erik Perez, a professional mountaineer and published historian whose passion for the region brings it to life! Every day you’ll learn about the culture, architecture, and natural surroundings of this region as you trek through the ancient mountain kingdoms of Aragón and Catalonia. You'll marvel at towering peaks, high meadows, and enormous waterfalls as you traverse challenging and breathtaking terrain, and each day ends at a picturesque country inns or luxurious parador. The trip is bookended with guided tours of Pamplona and Barcelona, allowing you to experience the best this region has to offer.

Travel Across the Pyrenees in July 2016 and take a back-to-back hiking trip in Northern Spain's Picos de Europa National Park (Trip Code: PVV). Call our Spain travel experts today to learn more!

review

"We met Erik Perez on our Patagonia trip in 2001. He said, "You must come to Spain, and let me guide you through my country." We finally got the opportunity to do so. He is superior, both as a guide and as a teacher." Ron Swartz & Ellen Johnson

"Erik is one of the best trip leaders you have!" Dustie & Paul Indman

"We wanted beautiful scenery and good hiking with clean accommodations, and that's what we got. It was a great experience and Erik was top notch." Charlie & Beth Guthridge

"We loved everything about it. This trip was amazing." Cathy & Frederic Seligson

"I would recommend this trip highly. Great hikes. Great leaders. Great location. The tour leaders were phenomenal and trip was very well organized." Miles Cohen

"We have come to appreciate not just the hiking on these trips but the educational aspects more over the years. We loved learning about the culture, the people, religion, geography, food and history of this region. Our guides were very good at this.” Dana Levenson

"I thoroughly enjoyed the entire trip. I can't identify one best thing. The guides, group, hiking, area, lodging and food were all unbeatable." Wendy Gasch

"Excellent! The guides. The scenery and character of this part of Spain. The accommodations and the FOOD! How much we learned about the region's culture and history. The excellent itinerary and trip design." Robert Wenzel

DAILY itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Bilbao, Spain

Arrive in Bilbao in the early morning in time to rendezvous with trip leader Erik Perez and the rest of the group at 11am. After a short trip briefing, we'll have lunch at the futuristic, cathedral-like Guggenheim Museum, then spend the better part of the afternoon enjoying the museum's art and architecture. The Guggenheim is noted for its permanent collections of avant-garde art, displaying the works of 20th-century artists such as Vasily Kandinsky, Willem de Kooning, and many leading Basque and Spanish artists.

In the late afternoon, we'll take a 2-hour drive to the capital of Navarre province, Pamplona—best known for the famous “running of the bulls” during the Fiesta de San Fermín each July. We’ll have a walking tour of the city, which dates back to Roman times, followed by a tasty dinner at the hotel.

  • Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Tres Reyes

Day 2: Explore Torla and Ordesa National Park

After breakfast, we'll leave Pamplona and transfer to Ordesa National Park (Parque Nacional Ordesa y Monte Perdido), founded in 1918 as Spain's first national park. Here you'll find breathtaking landscapes of sheer cliffs, lush forests and deep valleys, all dominated by Monte Perdido, the third highest peak in the Pyrenees at 11,000 feet. 

We'll check in to our hotel in the small mountain village of Torla, based at the entrance of the park, then set off on a warm-up hike to the first of the three main cirques. Today's cirque is called Cola de Caballo, or the Horse Tail, and ends in a spectacular glacial meadow. Those wanting a longer hike will have the option to take a longer trail to our hotel in Torla, adding 1½ hours.

Hiking time: 6 to 8 hours (1,700' ascent and descent, 2,100' feet descent if taking the optional longer return to Torla)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Bujaruelo

Day 3: Hike through forests and meadows to Gavarnie

This morning we'll transfer to the trailhead for a hike along the banks of the Ara River through beech and pine forests. At San Nicolas de Bujaruelo, we'll cross the river on a beautiful stone bridge, the remains of an old Roman road. We'll then continue through meadows and high pastures to Bujaruelo Pass (7,920') and the French border. In the late afternoon, we'll descend into the French town of Gavarnie, enjoying spectacular, bird’s-eye views of the majestic amphitheater of mountains, where foaming waterfalls pour over 1,500-foot walls.

Hiking time: 6 to 7 hours moderate hiking (total altitude gain/loss 3,201'/2,937')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Grand Hotel Vignemale

Day 4: Take a dramatic hike to Monte Perdido

Today, we'll enjoy dramatic views of the scree field and valley below as we take a challenging 9-hour hike down a very steep scree slope in the area of Monte Perdido. From Gavarnie (4,554'), we'll cross again to the Spanish side via Espuguettes-Puerto Nuevo de Pineta (9,441') and the Circo de Pineta, ending at the Parador Nacional de Bielsa (also known as Parador Monte Perdido) in Aragón's Valle de Pineta—a truly impressive mountain setting!

Hiking time: 9 hours (total altitude gain/loss 4,700'/4,000'); a shorter hiking option is available

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Parador Nacional de Bielsa

Day 5: Admire sweeping views from the Balcon de Pineta

Our hike today follows switchbacks to the Balcon de Pineta and Lago Helado de Marboré. It's a strenuous route that takes us along the highest part of the base of two high peaks of the area, Pico Marboré (10,653') and Monte Perdido (11,000'). From the Balcon, we'll enjoy sweeping views of the valley below.

Hiking time: 8 hours hiking (total altitude gain/loss 4,158'; highest elevation reached is 9,900'); optional shorter hike is available

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Parador Nacional de Bielsa

Day 6: Hike below Aneto, the highest peak in the Pyrenees

We'll transfer two hours from Bielsa to Benasque, with its narrow streets and winding alleys lined with old, seignorial mansions. We'll continue to Puerto de La Besurta and enjoy lush, green scenery as we hike below Aneto (11,168'), the highest peak in the Pyrenees, to the Valle de Aran (7,755'). The tranquil scene is complete with grazing horses and swaying grasses. The evening is free to stroll through the mountain village of Arties, or swim in the parador’s outdoor pool.

Hiking time: 6 hours moderate hiking (total altitude gain/loss 1,944'/3,200')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Parador de Arties

Day 7: Enjoy a gentle climb in Catalonia

We are now in the Catalonia (Cataluña) region of the Pyrenees, which has a separate identity from the rest of Spain. After a 90-minute transfer, we’ll embark on a gentle climb from a meadow below the Puerto de la Bonaigua (6,270') through boulders up to Lagos de Gerver (7,300'), a sparking lake surrounded by green lichen and bushes bursting with red berries. We'll then descend to the road where the bus will pick us up for a 3-hour drive to the Montserrat area, near Barcelona. Tonight's accommodation is in a beautiful medieval castle.

Hiking time: 5 hours easy hiking (total altitude gain/loss about 1,000')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Parador de Cardona

Day 8: Explore Montserrat and see Gaudi masterpieces in Barcelona

Montserrat is the sacred mountain of the Catalans. The setting of Wagner’s opera Parsifal, this famous mountain range is a mystical landscape of towering pillars and fantastic smooth pinnacles. Today, we’ll transfer one hour to the cable train of Montserrat and hike via the Pla de Ocells and below the impressive sandstone pinnacles of Cavall Bernat (4,950').

We'll descend to Montserrat monastery, a 9th-century Benedictine monastery and shrine of the Black Madonna. In the early afternoon we’ll transfer one hour to Barcelona. After checking into the hotel at about 4pm, we’ll have a sightseeing tour of the city, including a visit to a number of Gaudi highlights. Later we'll enjoy a festive farewell dinner with the group.

Hiking time: 3 hours (total altitude gain/loss 860'/2,392')

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel Gallery

Day 9: Fly home

Transfer on your own to Barcelona International Airport for homeward-bound or onward flights.

  • Breakfast
lodgings

Grand Hotel Vignemale — Gavarnie

The Vignemale hotel is a 3 stars hotel in the Pyrenees mountains facing the majestic Cirque de Gavarnie. At the heart of the Pyrenées National Park, the hotel welcomes you to : adventure travel, summer holidays, week-end getaway or social events.
 

Hotel Bujaruelo — Torla


Hotel Gallery — Barcelona

Given its excellent situation, in the centre of Barcelona, our hotel allows easy access to the most significant architectural sites. It also permits you to attend to your business needs or enjoy a day shopping.

Gallery Hotel stands out due to its professional team: offering high quality, personalised service, making you feel as if you were at home in the centre of the city.

Hotel Tres Reyes — Pamplona

Ideally located only a short distance from the city center, the upscale Hotel Tres Reyes is a perfect homebase for those exploring Pamplona. Spacious, modern rooms come equipped with private bathrooms, minibars, LED televisions, telephones, safes, air conditioning and free WiFi. The hotel boasts a bar, cafe, resaturant, swimming pool and fitness center.

Parador Nacional de Bielsa — Monte Perdido

This welcoming mountain enclave is located in the eastern sloping Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park. It was declared to be a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997 and is also a renowned area for enjoying sports and outdoor activities.

The fresh Pyrenean air, the clean waters of the river Cinca or the tradition of the Nuestra Señora de Pineta roman hermitage, will leave you feeling healthy, relaxed and calm.

The floors, walls, and exposed wooden beams and columns are filled with modern and accommodating furniture. Some of the bedrooms have spectacular views over this beautiful natural enclave.

The High Aragon cuisine contains strong flavours and seasoning producing simple but tasty dishes: migas aragonesas (fried breadcrumbs with sausage and grapes), Cinca river trout cooked in sherry, young roast lamb, wild boar stew and teresicas de Aragon (puff pastry dessert).
 

Parador de Arties — Lleida

The snow capped peaks of the Pyrenees, the clear blue skies and the green luxuriant valley of Val d'Aran is the setting for this Parador.

The Parador is of recent construction using the local style of architecture.

The site is that of the House of D. Gaspar de Portola whose claim to fame is the discover of California.

The design has a steeply sloping roof so that a heavy weight of snow cannot accumulate. This results in the bedrooms having 'dormer' windows looking out onto the roof. The traditional mountain design is continued in the wooden beams being featured in the bedrooms.
The lounges in the hotel are spacious and tastefully decorated among which the Salon Chimenea particularly stands out.

Parador de Cardona — Catalonia

It is an impressive ninth century fortress which dominates the valley of the river Cardoner.

The Parador sits on top of a hill. In 986 A.D. it was decreed that the local population could have salt every Thursday in return for one days work a week maintaining the fortifications.

Within the castle is the church of San Vicente which was built in 981 and enlarged 40 years later.

The 2nd century Minyona tower is reputedly have been the prison of Adeles, the daughter of the Duke of Cardona, who was held by her brothers after falling in love with a loader of the Moors and had converted to his religion, She was only incarcerated for a year before she died.

Incorporated within the Parador is a gothic cloister, the Duke's patio and an ancient cistern for the storage of water. Everywhere there are moats, towers and walls to defend the castle.

There are numerous decorations in keeping with the surroundings. The furniture is of medieval designs but with modern comfort being important in the design.. Walls are decorated with tapestries and wrought iron torch holders.

Dates and Pricing

Jul 16 - 24, 2016 Can be done back to back with Hiking the Picos de Europa (SHH) July 9, 2016 Guaranteed Departure

Aug 20 - 28, 2016 Guaranteed Departure

Sep 10 - 18, 2016 Guaranteed Departure

Jul 15 - 23, 2017 Revised – Call for Details

Aug 05 - 13, 2017 Revised – Call for Details

Sep 02 - 10, 2017 Revised – Call for Details

pricing


2016 Prices
$4,995 (2-16 members)
$1,400 single supplement 

2017 Prices
$5,295 (2-16 members)
$1,300 single supplement 

Select Trip Type Before Requesting Reservation

Got questions?

Call us at 1-888-831-7526
or click here!

Award-winning journeys recognized by Travel +Leisure

Award-winning journeys recognized by Travel +Leisure