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Sports lovers will find that Spain's Heritage Cities and their surrounding areas are the ideal destinations for making the most of their leisure time. Cáceres, Cuenca, Ibiza, Mérida, Salamanca, San Cristóbal de La Laguna, Santiago de Compostela, Segovia and Tarragona are all set in spectacular natural landscapes that make the ideal place for hiking, horse riding or cycling through beautiful surroundings. Experiencing the thrill of kayaking or white-water rafting, paragliding, climbing, bungee-jumping or even acrobatic flights are just a few more of the wide range of options available. Several companies also offer original activities such as visits to livestock farms. All you have to do is pick the best way to experience your day of adventure.

Cáceres Cáceres is one of the most important cities in Extremadura, and offers a multitude of possibilities for different sports and outdoor activities. Bike rides, horse-riding excursions and hiking are just a few of the numerous activities to be enjoyed in the area around Cáceres. Cuenca Cuenca's natural attractions can be enjoyed in a number of spectacular settings that are well beyond reach of noise and environmental pollution. A number of multi-adventure companies organise activities suitable for all ages such as paragliding, hiking, horse-riding trails, kayaking, climbing, white-water rafting, acrobatic flying, endurance trails… Ibiza Ibiza is an island where the magic of the Mediterranean can be enjoyed all year round.  It has over 200 kilometres of coastline bathed by crystal clear waters which make this the ideal place for water activities such as scuba diving or sailing. Inland, Ibiza's landscapes natural are ideal for a range of activities such as mountain bike trails, guided routes and sports such as rugby, cricket, basketball or horse riding. What's more, family activities are actively encouraged with courses and kayak trips, games for children, etc. Salamanca Salamanca offers visitors a range of adventure activities. Just a few kilometres away is the Arribes del Duero Nature Reserve, where visitors can enjoy a peaceful boat trip or go kayaking; the Sierra de Béjar y Candelario mountain range is ideal for skiing and mountaineering; and the Sierras de Francia y Gata mountains are perfect for hiking, cycling and horse riding. Rafting and canyoning on the Tormes river after the thaw are among the other outdoor attractions. The province of Salamanca is also the home of the fighting bull, and there are a number of activities available on the theme of livestock and the typical Salamanca habitat known as the 'dehesa charra'. Santiago de Compostela The lush greenery of its natural environment, its gently undulating and diversely-shaped hills and the closeness of the sea make Santiago de Compostela an ideal place for all types of nature activities: adventure sports, river descents, excursions, golf, diving, spas and much more... Segovia This is the perfect destination for combining adventure and cultural tourism. Activities such as hiking, horse riding and cycling routes, rally raid with abseiling and kayaking only a few metres from the aqueduct, hot-air balloon rides, in addition to flights in light aircraft and helicopters are just a few of the fascinating options available for enjoying the city's historic and natural heritage. This is the chance to discover fascinating new places and spectacular panoramic views of the whole city from a completely new viewpoint...