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address: Central meeting point

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Explore the rugged and picturesque coastline of the Costa Brava with the Barcelona Sea Kayaking experience, which also includes cave snorkelling in the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean sea. This action packed day begins with a scenic drive through the Catalonian countryside to the seaside village of Sant Feliu - a one time haven of pirates and seadogs (your guide will have a few stories for you!). Once there you'll get into your kayaks and set out to explore the bays and beaches of this breathtaking stretch of Spain's Costa Brava, or 'The Wild Coast', as you plough through the ocean with just your paddle. Undoubtedly one of the day's highlights will be the chance to snorkel amongst fish, corals and sea urchins in the otherworldly beauty of the local caves - a must for those with an adventurous and active streak. This sea kayaking and cave snorkelling activity is priced at just 65 per person (which includes all equipment, professional guide and transport to and from Barcelona), and needs a minimum of 4 people to run... however smaller numbers can almost always join another group so don't hesitate to get in touch. Simply email us on with your preferred dates and number of people and we'll get right back to you with availability, precise itinerary and details on how to book. The meeting point is right in the centre of the city and the tour departs at noon every day in high season, although please note that the activity only runs from May to October. Now accepting bookings for 2016.

Sea Kayaking Barcelona

This was the highlight of our trip to Spain last year. We started at 12pm (so not too early, which was great as we were all massively hungover!) and took a minibus up the Costa Brava. We were pretty lucky with the weather (wear sun cream! Lots and lots of sun cream... especially if you are pasty faced Brits like us!) but the waters were beautiful. A fraction cold in late May but still ok for the cave snorkelling which was awesome. Then we put in a shift with the paddles. Hard work but rewarding. The scenery was ace. Overall highly highly recommended.

reviewed by Laurence from United Kingdom on Mar.19.2013


reviewed by Bilal bendahman from United States on Jan.24.2013

it was great lol

reviewed by morgan from United States on Jan.24.2013

All those times in my childhood I thought I was canoeing but I was actually kayaking...

reviewed by Greg from United Kingdom on Jan.12.2012

Superb. Was knackered afterwards but well worth it. Simply a great day out

reviewed by Lieutenant Joe from United Kingdom on Aug.04.2011



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