Shooting In Spain
Season in Spain: 1st September to 30th April 30th
Imagine, after a long day exploring a unique landscape and enjoying the game it has to offer, you return to an elaborate tapas spread accompanied by world-renowned Spanish wines.
Our personal relationship with the local sporting estates, as well as our decades of experience, has given us an unrivalled reputation for shooting in Spain.
We’ll ensure every element of your trip is meticulously organised to ensure you receive the highest standards of satisfaction and enjoyment.
Set in a thousand hectares of stunning hilly terrain and located two hours south of Madrid, La Caminera is owned by the passionate Salvador Salles.
Salvador and his family have been organising shoots for over 50 years and they pride themselves in providing exclusive experiences.
La Caminera also boasts a five-star Country House Hotel, a two Michelin star chef, a luxury spa,18 hole golf course and a 1500 m concrete runway capable of landing all types of private aircraft.
Located 33km southeast of Madrid, Casasola is now under the watchful eye of Spanish hunting legend Carlos Rua.
Rua has developed the Casasola to be an internationally renowned partridge shoot. Rolling hills and deep valleys produce some very exciting sport.
Fuensauco Lodge offers private accommodation for teams of guns. But there are also plenty of charming hotels in the historic town of Chinchon or the City of Madrid.
Partridge shooting on the island of Mallorca is a magical and surreal experience. The estate is located 20 minutes from Palma airport.
The incredible 2,500-acre estate sits in splendid isolation with the rock faces of the Tramuntana Mountains. The valleys and stunning pine forests make it perfectly suited to driven partridge shooting.
The newly renovated Hunting Lodge offers guests a hideaway to enjoy the famous Spanish hospitality. Alternatively, there are many other hotels to choose from on the island.
Ventosilla holds a special place in Spanish shooting history. In 1884, the current owner Antonio Cavero’s great-grandfather conducted Spain’s first-ever partridge drive along with King Alfonso XII on this very estate.
The variety of drives at Ventosilla is extraordinary with over 50 drives across 5,000 acres of varied topography — there is something different with every drive.
The palace is a living example of a historical hunting lodge in Spain. Over the years it has hosted everyone from Kings to Prime Ministers.
It boasts 10 large en-suite bedrooms, a dining room, a lounge and other facilities to explore at your leisure.
One of Spain’s most iconic sporting destinations, La Nava is owned and run by Javier Medem. This 25,000-hectare estate is impossible not to love.
With such a wealth of varied topography to choose from, the diversity of drives available to teams is exceptional.
La Nava represents the ultimate standard in luxury experiences. The lodge is almost beyond five-star, with an infinity pool, two lounges, 14 exquisite double bedrooms, a private chef, an extensive wine list and a runway for private aircraft.
Las Golondrinas is set amongst 17,000 hectares of exceptional countryside and represents quintessentially the pinnacle of traditional Spanish hospitality and shooting.
The private accommodation within Las Golondrinas retains many of its original features. The numerous natural river systems provide exceptional topography for the presentation of sporting partridge.
The estate is owned by Jacobo Bustamante, who is a passionate sportsman. This is an estate that is found by ‘word of mouth’ — meaning that it remains a true hidden gem that few outside of Spain have ever heard of.
La Flamenca is an 11,000-acre estate which is situated a mere 35 minutes from Madrid. The terrain is excellent, with rolling hills and valleys throughout the estate, allowing La Flamenca to have over 40 different drives.
The cuisine and hospitality at La Flamenca are beyond excellent with no detail left to chance.
The private lodge is situated on the estate and boasts eight luxury suites, an outdoor dining area and a lounge for guests to relax in. Rest assured, every measure is taken to see that guests have a comfortable and enjoyable stay.
Los Melonares is the most southern of our Spanish estates, situated near the beautiful ancient City of Seville. The 5,000-acre estate is owned by the Madariaga Family, one of the most famous hunting dynasties in Spain.
The estate is beautifully kept and the accommodation in Los Melonares Palace is truly unique.
The Palace has a long and fascinating history, the famous Madariaga World Wide Trophy Room is something to behold. As always with our estates, the food and hospitality are of the highest order.
El Rubio offers clients a traditional Spanish experience in the heart of Castilla La Mancha. It’s not only great quality but also excellent value for money.
The estate is owned by the charming Mendizabal family.
The topography consists mainly of rolling hills, which can produce fast and furious sport. All packages include accommodation in the family home.
Most of our estates also offer exclusive Monteria packages (driven big game shooting) and some also offer duck shooting and walked-up shooting over dogs.
All three events can be organised in addition to a partridge shooting package, or on their own.