La bañera rusa (lit. trans. The Russian Bath) is a small cove in a stunning natural environment, surrounded by cliffs with spectacular views. Next to it, a beautiful rock bridge over the deep clean waters which is a perfect spot for deep water solo.
Abella de la Conca is a picturesque hamlet in the Catalan pre-Pyrenees with lots of technical wall and slab climbing possibilities, high quality rock, a beautiful remote landscape and amazing views over the valley. It’s without a doubt one of the best places to climb
Rodellar is a small picturesque village located in the Sierra de Guara National Park (Aragon, Spain). It is a very popular sport climbing destination. It is especially attractive during the hotter months thanks to its canyons with crystal clear water where you can enjoy a
Only about a 20 minutes’ walk from the famous psicobloc in Tossa de Mar is another great spot for deep water soloing. Unlike the well-known psicobloc between Cala Bona and Cala Pola, this one doesn’t see many visitors. The place is absolutely amazing. There are
This absolutely amazing climbing spot close to the monastery Santuary de Queralt is only about a 1 hour drive from Barcelona with great views at Berga and its surroundings. You can park at the monastry and from there it’s only about a 15 minutes walk
This deep water soloing spot is the perfect place to have some fun on a superhot summerday. Compared to the psicobloc in Tossa de Mar this place has more variety, more routes, and easier grades (mostly 5 to 6b+ with a height of 8 –
If you fancy pure climbing with no rope, just you, your shoes and chalk, this is your place! If you fall, you fall into the water. This absolutely gorgeous place is located near Tossa de Mar between Cala Bona and Cala Pola. Apart from climbing
If you are looking for a place for rock climbing close to Barcelona, by the sea, and that’s accessible by train: Garraf Platja is the place for. You can get there by train (30 Minutes from Sants Central Station). When you get to the beach