MADRID MUST SEE TOUR – 10KMFrom: €38.50
Palma de Mallorca
Cangas de Onis, Asturias, Spain
JULY, AUGUST, SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER
El Chorro, Malaga, Spain
DECEMBER 2020, JANUARY- FEBRUARY 2021, MARCH 2021, MAY 2021
Discover the land of Picasso, flamenco, tapas and beaches to die for with Go! Running Tours in Spain. Who wouldn’t want to see one of the world’s top tourist destinations while getting a workout? This is the best way to explore a city and uncover the secrets only a local would know.
Our running guides around the country are bursting with knowledge and lesser-known titbits that bring places to life. And as running enthusiasts themselves, you can see the sights doing what you love. There are all kinds of sightrunning tours on offer, from urban attractions to trail runs and historical adventures.
With so much to see, you simply have to start exploring. So pack your running shoes and choose from our running tours in Spain.
Despite the stereotypes of siestas, being late and shouting, there is much more to Spain than meets the eye. With our running tours in Spain, you will scratch the surface of this rich culture and dive into its what really makes the country what it is.
Spain is huge, and the cultures within it can be vastly different. Take architecture. Modernist buildings dominate Barcelona and Catalonia, exemplified by Gaudí’s Sagrada Familia. On the flip side, Andalusia’s powerhouse attractions are from 500 years ago when the Moors ruled Spain. Granada’s Alhambra, Cordoba’s Mosque-Cathedral and Seville’s Alcázar are spectacular constructions that take you right back through the centuries.
You can find yourself in the middle of a fiesta wherever you go. Passionate flamenco performances, flaming dragon parades, tomato-based war and much more are on the festival menu. Some of the best are found on the Balearic Islands of Ibiza and Mallorca. If you’re lucky, you may stumble across one of the novel, yet ludicrous traditions that are the pride and joy of many little villages.
Tapas is the best introduction to Spanish cuisine, and a great example is in the capital, Madrid. Why stress over choosing from a menu when you can have a little dish of everything? Each region is famous for some kind of food, so ask your running guide for tips on what to order. With more Michelin stars than you can shake a stick at, San Sebastián and Bilbao in the Basque Country is foodie Mecca.
It’s no wonder Spain consistently ranks near the top of the list as a popular tourist destination. There’s something for everyone, so start exploring and find which of our running tours in Spain screams out at you.