Hunting in Spain


in Spain

Spain is a country and member state of the European Union located in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula. It provides for a great chance to bring your family with you and enjoy both hunting and exploring Spanish culture. Come and bag your magnificent Red Deer, Fallow Deer, Roe deer, Mouflon, 4 species of Ibex and Chamois here. Traditional “Monteria”, the spectacular royal hunting, is also available in Spain.



May 1 - September 13: Roe deer hunting
August 15 - November: Cantabrian Chamois, Pyrenean Chamois hunting
August 15 - February 15: Red Deer, Fallow deer hunting
All year round: Mouflon sheep, Wild boar, Spanish ibex



You will need to arrive at the international airport of Madrid. Many airlines fly to Madrid, including British Airways, Lufthansa, Air France, KLM, Emirates, American Airlines, Delta, etc. After finishing necessary custom formalities you will be transferred to the hunting area by car. The length of stay depends on the number of trophies desired.


The main way of hunting is stalking. Deer hunt: The best time is early in the morning, and late in the afternoon. The transportation around the area is done with the help of 4WD where possible. Ibex and chamois hunting is a classical mountain hunting. Normally you hunt the whole day and have lunch in the fields. Monteria: a very spectacular driven hunt due to the beauty of the countryside, and participation of great numbers of the horses, beaters, hounds and hound keepers. This is the classic method, rich with tradition, that is favored by many Spanish hunters.

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A great hunting lodge on the bank of a private lake is available for accommodation. It has 14 double luxury rooms. Facilities: Swimming pool, tennis court, clay & live pigeon shooting, target shooting, wine cellar etc. Also you can be accommodated in good local hotels near the hunting territory. During the mountain hunts a stone cabin is sometimes used overnight in order to save time and energy for the next day's hunt.

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Salamanca: exclusive hunting rights over 20.000 acres of the prime hunting land. The area is located within a 2-hour drive from Madrid.

Batuecas National Park and Gredos National Park: national park covering the mountainous territories.

We also hunt in some of the best private hunting areas in the country.


Cantabrian Chamois
Pyrenean Chamois
European Fallow Deer
Balearean Goat (Mallorcan Wild Goat)
Beceite Ibex
Gredos Ibex
Ronda Ibex
Southeastern Spanish Ibex
Iberian Red Deer
European Roe deer
Eurasian Wild Boar


Traveling here is easy, accommodation plentiful, the climate is mild and the people relaxed, the beaches long and sandy, the food and drink easy to come by and full of regional variety. Culturally, the country is littered with superb old buildings, from Roman aqueducts and Islamic palaces to Gothic cathedrals. Almost every second village has a medieval castle. Spain has been the home of some of the world's great artists – El Greco, Velázquez, Goya, Dalí, Picasso – and has museums and galleries to match. The country vibrates with music of every kind – from the drama of flamenco to the melancholy lyricism of the Celtic music and gaitas of the northwest.


“Deep in the guts of most men is buried the involuntary response to the hunter’s horn, a prickle of the nape hairs, an acceleration of the pulse, an atavistic memory of his fathers, who killed first with stone, and then with club, and then with spear, and then with bow, and then with gun, and finally with formulae.” Robert Ruark

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are there state hunting grounds in Spain? Does hunting in private grounds always mean high fence hunts?

    We organize hunting both in state hunting grounds and in private estates in Spain. The private grounds may have high fences, or may lack them, if the hunting area has natural borders, such as mountains or hills for example.

  • Do you use horses during the Ibex hunting in Spain?

    No, horses are not used in Spain. The mountains of Spain are rather comfortable for hiking.

  • What is the average Ibex hunting altitude in Spain?

    The average altitude during Ibex hunting in Spain totals 4,900-6,000 feet (1,500-1,800 meters).

  • Do I need to receive a CITES permit for my Ibex trophy?

    No, you don’t need to. The Ibex species are not listed in CITES.

  • Are there bird hunts available in Spain?

    Yes, of course. The most popular Spanish bird hunting is pheasant hunting.

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