Canoeing in Cazorla



  • Season: March - November
  • Level: Beginner
  • Minimum age: 4 - 5 years old (depending on the height and weight of the child)
  • Ratio: 1 or 2 guides depending on the number of participants.
  • Duration: 2 hours approx.
  • Start time: 11 a.m. approx.
  • Minimum number of participants: 6

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Pleasant canoe walks in the Tranco reservoir.

Row in one of the largest reservoirs in Spain with an environment full of nature and history


What his included?

Between 1 and 2 fully qualified guides. The number of guides will vary according to the number of participants

Equipment: Life jacket, two-seater kayak and paddle.

Insurance as established by law.

We also have a 3-seater kayak that can fit a small child in the center of the boat.

There is the possibility of renting neoprene overalls for €5.

What do you need?

Swimsuit, towel, short-sleeved t-shirt, sun cream and slippers to get wet.

There is an approach path to reach the shore of the reservoir, so sneakers or mountain boots are recommended for the journey.

How long does it last?

The approximate duration is 2 hours from start to finish. In the water we will be between 1 and 1:15 hours.

This duration may be reduced or increased depending on the number of participants.

Is there any restriction?

The minimum age is 4 -5 years depending on the height and weight of the child.

Acceptable physical condition is required.

Neoprene is not necessary to carry out the activity. May be recommended depending on weather conditions.

Although we have wetsuits up to 3XL, we may not have the right wetsuit for very overweight people.

Meeting point



The Tranco reservoir offers an incomparable setting for canoeing.

From the La Huerta Vieja camp on the A-319 road of the Guadalquivir valley, where we parked the vehicles, we have a walk through a forest of oaks to the edge of the swamp. There, in an esplanade we have the pier. The first thing is to equip ourselves and we will give you an explanation of the use of the oar and how to drive the canoe.

During the tour, we will visit the remains of the church of Bujaraiza village, which was submerged with the construction of the dam.

Depending on the group, we’ll go to the island of Bujaraiza or go to another bank of the reservoir to take a dip.

We also have other rowing activities on the Guadalquivir river.

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