What would Spain be without a variety of outdoor leasure activities. Spain , as one of the leading vacation spots in Europe , offers numerous activities.

If you are a fan of golf you will find golf courses in every town, for pros as well as beginners. Playing golf is still affordable on most of the local golf courses.

The same applies for friends of tennis. Every town boasts at least one, sometimes several, well tended tennis courts (sand or bitumen).

If you aspire even higher, horseback riding awaits you and for the little ones, ponys or donkeys are available on the Costa Blanca..

Many towns along the coast can be ideally reached by bike. Bike rentals can be found in many locations, whether you are looking for a mountain or a racing bike.

The hikers among you will find an abundance of beautiful trails and the local book stores have informative books on the subject.

Some of you may be interested in seeing the coast from a higher perspective. We are surrounded by hills and mountains anywhere between 100 to 1 000 meters high, which are not too difficult to master.

A special tip : For the somewhat more experienced climber, the 335 m high landmark of Calpe , the Peñon de Ifach, is an absolute must.

From land to sea – all towns along the coast have well tended sandy beaches, meticulously kept during the summer season. If you want to escape the crowds, quiet coves invite you. In these locations we recommend that you use rubber sandals or slippers. Almost everywhere it is fun to snorkle and windsurf. The bigger towns have diving schools.

Motor boats or –scooters are for rent as well in many locations. The tourist metropolis of Benidorm even disposes of a water-ski lift installation for those who would like to learn water skiing.

Again – as stated before – H&M Gietmann, the experienced Spain experts in Moraira – are here to answer your questions.