Shooting in Spain
If you have been to Spain you might have already experienced the delicious cuisine, and it is no different on our shoots. Food and drink is all included in the package and we guarantee you will not be disappointed.
The Monteria is the Spanish form of driven big game, whereby the boar are driven by beaters and large packs of dogs. It is a hectic form of shooting but it could not be more exciting!
We can offer a day of Monteria and a day of partridge shooting, or if you like, two days of Monteria. We can also arrange mixed Monterias for red deer, fallow deer, muflon and wild boar. Every year some of the largest trophies in Spain are taken on the estates that we send our clients to.
Typical Itinerary – Partridge and Wild Boar
Day 1: PM – Arrive and welcome in Madrid. Transfer to the lodge, dinner, drinks and overnight stay at the lodge.
Day 2: AM – Monteria of driven wild boar. Lunch in the field and trophy organisation. PM – Dinner, drinks and overnight stay at the lodge.
Day 3: AM – Transfer to La Flamenca/Fuensauco. Partridge shooting and mid morning tapas in the field. PM – Shooting and lunch in the field. Transfer to the airport and departure home.
Spain has four species of Ibex: Gredos, South-Eastern, Ronda and Beceite. Every year many people from all over the world travel to Spain to attempt the ‘Grand Slam’. Some succeed and bring home four or more incredible trophies, others will not as this notoriously clever and agile animal will elude them. If you are a fan of high mountain game then this really is a must.
Spain has many indigenous species of big game including red deer, fallow deer, roe deer, muflon, ibex, chamois, barbary sheep, Mallorcan goat and even the Iberian wolf. We can organise stalking of all the above species in some of the most famous hunting areas in Spain giving you the chance to bring home that trophy of a lifetime.
If you have any questions or would like to find out more about shooting in Spain, please contact our Sporting Agency on 01494 883227 or email email@example.com.