Barcelona Birding Point is a local wildlife specialist created with the aim of providing high quality guided birding and wildlife tours from our base in Barcelona. An amazing birding spot as it has the towering Pyrenees only an hour’s drive away, the semi-deserts immediately to your West and if you add the big, and not so big wetlands, along with the Mediterranean coast you can easily understand why.
Barcelona Birding Point offers a wide range of birding Spain tours, from half day trips up to four-day long tours including a number of set departure or scheduled tours throughout the year. If you would prefer something a little more bespoke or tailor-made (one to twenty days), these unique experiences can also be easily arranged. Our tours will lead you throughout some of the best birding locations in Spain where you can enjoy stunning views of the most sought-after species along with amazing scenery in areas of great natural beauty.
Carles Oliver and Sergi Sales have over 20 years’ experience working as professional birdwatchers and guides throughout Catalonia. We grew up as birdwatchers in this region of Spain and still enjoy the incredible biodiversity of the area we live in. Our philosophy is to have fun, enjoy the landscape, culture, history and wildlife in a relaxed but vivid way. Local art and cuisine has been elevated to art in both Spain and Catalonia and should be a must for any visitor!
Barcelona Birding Point provides their customers with some of the best birding experiences possible while at the same time playing an active role in wildlife preservation. Refer to their “conservation” tab.
Barcelona Birding Point can also offer professional photo hides to secure exclusive images of the most iconic birdlife living in the Pyreness.
Barcelona Birding Point provides our customers with some of the best birding experiences possible while at the same time play an active role in wildlife preservation. We are acutely aware that many areas of great interest from the point of view of wildlife preservation receive little or no official protection. Areas of cereal-steppes is a clear example, where there is often little local communities to promote rural development. This minimises the impact on these sensitive areas while at the same time help to raise awareness of the importance of species and habitat conservation.
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