Fly-Fish & Wine


Pure Fly-Fishing & Private Wine Touring

Nothing is as enchanting as a holiday in a tiny village at one of the world’s most unknown wine regions. Delve into blue-ribbon trout waters in remote mountain valleys, while getting carried away by the gastronomic wonders of the region. Trophy trout stalking, ancient vineyard winetasting, and private Michelin venue all in one. You will gain a new perspective of Northern Spain’s Pyrenees.


Undiscovered Tradition
1 of Spain’s 10 oldest wineries

Couple’s Getaway
Whether fly-fishing or not

Extra Mile
24/7 service, 100% private

Pyrenees’s Wonders from Arén Lodge

Explore some Spain´s best waters and the world of winemaking while staying at a medieval Pyrenees village. Genuine gastronomy and wine served at the lodge´s private dining room, a restored cellar of restaurant from 1762, still managed by the founder´s descendants.

Take a walk in the sun-kissed region of the Pyrenees,  UNESCO sites, and get ready for a life filled with happiness, excellent wines, and first-class local cuisine.

A Must-Visit for Any True Oenophile

From mountain hideaways or organic farms among castles and rustic villages to finally finding Salvelinus’ favorite vineyards, tastings, and wineries.


Protected by the foothills of the Pyrenees, Somontano is the result of a successful mix of tradition, wine, gastronomy, and culture. Few territories in Spain meet such exceptional conditions for grape cultivation and wine production. An altitude of 350 m (1,150 ft) to 750 m (2,460 ft) above sea-level, drastic changes in temperature due to its proximity to the Pyrenees, and a climate halfway between Atlantic and Mediterranean produce balanced and aromatic fruity wines. Created in 1984, Somontano’s Designation of Origin includes 43 municipalities, including Barbastro, the epicenter of Somontano, and around 30 wineries. Prestigious grape varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Tempranillo, and Sirah rule the red wine production while they recover local varieties such as Moristrel or Parraleta. In whites, Chardonnay and Gewürztraminer dominate the region.

Costers del Segre

Located on the north-eastern coast of Spain, in the province of Lleida, Costers del Segre is a Designation of Origin directly linked to the banks of the Segre river. Fragmented into seven sub-regions, most vineyards are grown in the Segre’s basin, which originates in the Pyrenees and flows into the Ebro River.  Although the Designation of Origin was created in the eighties, it has rapidly evolved since then, incorporating international grape varieties, adopting modern winemaking techniques, and creating specific subregions which converge in the diversity of elaborated wines. It is possible to find reds of each one of the noble grapes – Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Tempranillo – and wines of mixed grapes. White wines made of Parellada and Macabeo or varietals of Chardonnay. Rosé wines and also sparkling wines made of Xarel·lo, Macabeo, and Parellada.