Fly Fishing in the Pyrenees
With Salvelinus, you will be able to explore the legendary and also the hidden fly fishing spots on more than 40 mountain lakes, 14 rivers, and 60 tributaries in one of the wildest landscapes in Western Europe, the Spanish Pyrenees. On a made-to-measure fly-fishing experience you might find yourself fishing freestone rivers for the native Zebra Trout, exploring streams, or casting through a day of lights-out fishing on a 2,500 m (8,200 ft) high-mountain glacial lake.
If you have not angled with Salvelinus in the Spanish Pyrenees before, you still have a world of fly fishing to discover.
Salvelinus has been creating unique memories in the Pyrenees for over 20 years
Beautiful weather, pristine trout streams, local expert guides, excellent Spanish gastronomy, and hospitality are just some of the highlights of this offbeat adventure. Salvelinus creates unforgettable tailored experiences for anglers and non-anglers alike. In 1999, Salvelinus established the very first fly fishing lodge in Spain. Since then, Salvelinus has been nationally and internationally recognized having won Best Orvis Endorsed International Lodge of the year 2018, and it is regularly praised by expert media such as Conde Nast Traveller, National Geographic, Angling Report, and American Angler among others.
Explore with Salvelinus your dream fly fishing destination in the heart of the Spanish Pyrenees
The variety of crystal-clear waters and lack of fishing pressure makes discovering the Pyrenees with Salvelinus a dream destination ideal for revisiting year after year. Escorted by the most experienced fly-fishing guiding team in Europe, your fishing experience will continuously acquire different dimensions. Every time you come back is a worthwhile adventure.
”The fishing is some of the best in the world with Ivan's knowledge of the region shining through with the huge variety of options available.Sam McLeodLondon, UK
”The fishing is really tailored to what the client wants to do, with options ranging from long hikes to high mountain streams or low valley rivers with larger fish.Chad WittfeldEl Cairo, Egypt
”The best of Spanish food, wine, culture, and fly fishing.Rob SloaneEditor Fly Life Magazine, Australia