Canadian Rock Climbers on Honeymoon!

A few days ago we received a phone call from Eva and Jeff, who were heading in our direction from the north of the country, where they were fleeing bad weather. They wanted to know if we could accommodate them at short notice as they are keen climbers and thought they would make an unplanned […]

Winter Climbing in Spain 2012/2013

One of the great things about the Costa Blanca in Spain is the ability to do outdoor sports – pretty much throughout the year. For anyone living here this is a tremendous luxury and this is particularly true of sports that require dry weather. Certainly,  the Costa Blanca tends to bathe in the luxury of […]

Climbing Holidays in Spain

Penya Roja Climbing Lodge provided the perfect accommodation for a group of accomplished climbers from Romania who visited us for ten days immediately after Christmas. The group consisted of five couples, accompanied also by two young children, who all stayed in the house – some of them in the main house on a bed and […]

Gandia Crag

The first impression of this crag as you approach is that it is significantly less impressive than most of the bits of rock you have just driven past. However first impressions can be deceptive and when you get involved with the routes you will find some immaculate climbs on near-perfect rock formations. There is a […]

Climbing in Spain

One of the great things about Spain is the ability to do outdoor sports – pretty much throughout the year.  For anyone living here this is a tremendous luxury and this is particularly true of sports that require dry weather.  Indeed, it is one of the very good reasons for moving to Spain. Certainly, Mediterranean […]

Rock Climbing in Spain

The immediate area surrounding the lodge boasts one of the finest crags on the Costa Blanca. Gandia is a world class crag, with over 300 routes. Other local crags include El Bovedon, Salem, Aventador, Bellus and Montesa, all of which offer superb routes of all grades. Within 1 hour drive of Gandia, there are at […]