One of the most popular destinations for hunters – hunting in Spain goes back more than 800 years. Famous for its varieties of wild goats, more commonly known as ibex. In the Gredos Mountains, the Gredos Ibex can be found. Further east, the Beceite Ibex inhabits the mountains of Valencia, and finally in the coastal mountains of Andalusia, the Ronda and Southeastern ibex, the two smallest of Spanish Ibex. Spain is also home to two subspecies of chamois – the Pyrenean chamois of the Pyrenean mountains, which separate Spain from France, and the Cantabrian chamois from the Cantabrian mountains on the north coast. These chamois are the world’s smallest two breeds of chamois. Hunting for these chamois takes place in breathtaking beautiful scenery, based out of quaint villages with rural charm. Most hunting in Spain is done by spotting and stalking. Spain is one of the most visited countries in the world. The climate of Spain, its geographical location, popular coastlines, diverse landscapes, historical legacy, vibrant culture and excellent infrastructure, has made Spain’s tourist industry among the largest in the world.