More and more runners join the Saint Silvester road races every year, the last to be held every year not only in Spain, but in many other countries of Latin America and Europe.
You may not know it, but this competition was not born in our country: the first Saint Silvester road race was organized on December 31, 1925, in São Paulo, Brazil. This celebration has extended to other nations such as the Corrida de São Silvestre in Porto (Portugal), the BOclassic in Bolzano (Italy) and it is also run in Guatemala, Colombia, Mexico, Argentina and Costa Rica.
However, Saint Silvester has won and wins every year more participants in Spain. This is evident by the fact that more than 200 events are convened every December 31 to meet, run and have fun waiting for the arrival of the New Year.
Therefore, from Walkaholic we recommend some Saint Silvester road races to be run in Spain 2019. Come and join us to say goodbye to this year. Continue reading Saint Silvester road races to run in Spain in 2019
Autumn is a perfect season of the year for hiking in Spain. The temperatures decrease, and in anticipation of winter the flora fills with beautiful reds and yellows, while the trees lose their leaves.
And there are plenty of places on our country that, despite their usual beauty, earn an extra during the autumn season. Forests are one of these places, and there is no doubt that it is a real pleasure to see them embellished during this season.
Therefore, from Walkaholic we want to recommend you 8 forest routes to enjoy during the fall in Spain, which we are sure you will like. Note that in our selection we have included only forests, not Natural Parks, which also burst with colors during the fall. Continue reading 8 Hiking trails in autumn forests in Spain
Are you a cave lover? If that is your case and you are in Spain, there are many fantastic places that you can visit to satisfy your interest.
You don’t need to be an expert to enjoy them, because our country has one of the largest cave networks in Europe, many of them prepared to receive tourists.
Thus, the visitor can admire the work of nature, which for millions of years has built these underground places that amaze with its beauty and amazing architecture.
Therefore, from Walkaholic we invite you to know about 8 spectacular caves to visit in Spain, that we are sure that you will enjoy them. Continue reading Spectacular caves to visit in Spain
There is nothing like going back to the basics: the outdoors freshness, the nature in full, the personal satisfaction of a completed challenge, all the good that exercise does to our health. And all of these in the most natural way possible: walking.
Therefore, it is only logical that the passion for mountain and hiking is gaining more and more followers throughout Spain. What do you need? Well, very little, besides ourselves and our disposition: just some equipment, a path and the desire to have fun.
So today from Walkaholic we want to applaud and thank those who have become true hiking and mountain gurus in Spain, and have taught and helped us to develop our passion. Continue reading 17 hiking and mountain blogs you can’t miss
Although not as big as other European mountain ranges, the proximity to the sea has made that Peaks of Europe have a singular geography. In fact, the Peaks of Europe National Park is one of the most visited in Spain, only surpassed by the Teide National Park, in Tenerife.
There is a lot to explore there, as the park extends through the Principality of Asturias, Cantabria and Castilla y León. It is divided into three massifs, western, central and south, so hikers and mountaineers can enjoy its diversity and high peaks.
Therefore, from Walkaholic we will suggest 7 spectacular walks for all levels of experience and physical preparation, so you can enjoy the Peaks of Europe at your leisure. Continue reading Hiking trails in Peaks of Europe