Multi-activity vacations in the Pyrenees
The Spanish Pyrenees is a destination that offers a diverse range of activities well-suited for couples, families, and small groups. Salvelinus specializes in providing exceptional hospitality and authentic experiences to immerse you in the history and culture of the region accompanied by delicious Mediterranean cuisine and Spain’s legendary wines. With Salvelinus, you will discover the beauty of Spain as few travelers do.
Salvelinus makes of the Pyrenees a stunning destination
Salvelinus' expert guides will take you walking in National Parks, MTB, kayaking in remote lakes, gladding, or on 4x4 trails. You will be able to explore Romanesque and Medieval villages, soak up on local history, pamper yourself with lush wellness therapies, engage in photo tours or bird watching experiences and delve into the Spanish culture and gastronomy like never before.
You will not only be a guest, in the Pyrenees soon you will become one of us
For those in search of nature and authenticity, with Salvelinus you will enjoy a trip designed exclusively for you. Remote places to explore, local restaurants filled gourmet dishes, architecture that takes you to ancient times, culture packed with history and tradition, and people who will always receive you with open arms and a welcoming smile. Do not listen to what others say; just come and experience it yourself!
”With their two main bases in the Pyrenees Mountains, Salvelinus is beautifully positioned whereby they can offer “the real Spain” to both our angling and non-angling guests.Richard FrenchCEO Slipstream Angling Worldwide, Toronto, Canada
”They can truly cater to everyone at Salvelinus, with cultural excursions visiting ancient monasteries, tapas & winery tours to luxurious spa treatments by the river bank. The thought and quality that has gone into each activity made for the most incredible holiday.Charlotte LordLondon, UK
”Fishing possibilities are endless; delicious meals are all made with local ingredients paired with Spanish wines, stops in a small-town bar for a cold beer and pintxos after a day of fishing, touring the numerous national parks or visiting an eleventh-century castle, are the norm.Jeremy KehreinOrvis Adventures, Sporting Travel Program Manager