3 Great Water Activities To Try In Andalucía
by Nakita Mason | Updated 03 March 2020 | Posted in Family Holidays, Spain, Top Lists, Destinations, Inspirations
Andalucía is a wonderful part of Spain that boasts stunning scenery, great food and a wide range of activities, not least of all the water activities on offer. From kayaking and water rafting, Andalucía is a great place for both beginners and pros to make a splash! The hardest part about it though is deciding which to try first, so to help, here are three favourites.
There’s no better place than the heart of Andalucía to try your hand at water rafting! Thrilling and fun it’s great for groups and a wonderful way of seeing the beauty of Andalucía in a new and refreshing way.
Whether with a group of friends or holidaying with your family, rafting can be one of the most exciting ways to spend a day in Andalucía, and it’s certainly something you’ll want to write home about!
And don’t worry if you’ve never tried your hand at rafting before, plenty of places cater for beginners. If you’re thinking of giving it a try, then Alúa offer some excellent rafting experiences.
You’ve probably seen people paddle-boarding before and thought it looks both fun and impossible! It’s a funny hybrid between body boarding and classic surfing and is without doubt a great deal of fun.
Well, if you’re tempted to try it out then Andalucía is a great place to begin. With lots of safe and beautiful lakes, Andalucía provides a great training ground for a novice paddle-boarder, as well as giving old hands at the sport a refreshing challenge!
Kayaking is delightful, even for those who don’t consider themselves water babies! It can be fast and competitive or else slow and sedentary and it’s always a fantastic way of taking in the beautiful Spanish scenery.
From beginner to pro, kayaking in Andalucía is always a treat and you’ll find plenty of locations that offer lessons and experiences at incredible rates. Try it once and you might find yourself hooked!
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