Spain Partridge Hunting
Villas in el Campo de Montiel preserve the stone barracks of the orders of Calatrava, Santiago, Alcantara and Montesa in their facades. History and art in their purest form. Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque…
Tranquil towns perfect for losing yourself can be made out in every direction from El Crespo. In these villages time stands still, preserving their spirit and traditions: Villanueva de los Infantes, San Carlos del Valle, Villahermosa, Fuenllana, Almagro, Villamanrique, Alhambra… Also, a few kilometers, you could find one of the most important natural spot of Spain, the “Lagunas de Ruidera”.
If you’re interested in Spain partridge hunting, Trek has the trip for you! Mother Nature endowed El Crespo’s fields with partridges, and since that time such a wealth in hunting has never been seen on earth. These are the mountains, valleys, lowlands and plains which are home to the red partridge. They are our private hunting reserves. Flushing and hunting the red partridge is unique in the world. Nothing compares to their boldness and agility, their vertical flight. The quality of the hunt at their private hunting reserve is also unique. El Crespo is a respected name.
El Crespo is not only the starting point for unforgettable days of hunting. It is also a function of the team, their eating habits, and of their high level of standards.El Crespo has living rooms and comfortable corners where you can have a relaxing drink or tea by the fire, chatting about your hunting experience. Large windows open to the fields. Everything at El Crespo is a hymn dedicated to the light that floods its large spaces, that decorates every corner. Warmth and harmony in every room, bathrooms adorned with comforting details. Close your bedroom door and immerse yourself in an environment designed especially for your wellbeing.
For those who follow our field journals through the year, you know that May ushers in our various dove Bolivia programs as well as the mixed bag programs in Argentina and Uruguay, in addition to the Pigeon program in Paraguay. So, quite a bit on our collective plates here...