Red sandstone. Most well-known area in Spain.
Cabins can work out quite expensive unless full and when full they're a bit of a squeeze, though off-season deals may be possible. Some hotels in the town can actually work out much better value.
La Taverna does excellent taps and the house wine is about 9E a litre. The climbers bar is on the junction that heads up the road and isn't bad either.
Attractive water worn granite 90km west of Madrid.
Can Boquet Edit
Granite boulders spread out over a hillside in a remote forest near Barcelona. Video
El Cogul Edit
Ranks alongside Albarracin. 165km west of Barcelona. Steep landings, no shade and be careful where you park as the locals can get a tad funny if you block their access. El Cogul can be damned hot even in winter.
El Escorial Edit
Mountain granite, minor area 55km from Madrid. Video
Hoya Moros Edit
A mountainous region (2100m) west of Madrid. Video of first ascents from 2013 to give an idea of the area. Topos can be found online searching for hoyamorosbouldering.pdf, and a blog on bouldering at Hoya Moros can be found here.
La Pedriza Edit
A large granite area, 60km from Madrid. The developers of the area maintain a blog (in Spanish) about developments within the area. A guidebook Pedriza Boulder 1864 (2012) is also available, more info on this blog.
Well developed granite area.
Sandstone 70km north of Barcelona. Lovely spot, flat landings and shady. Enough for four or five days at a throw. On sunny days, Savassona can be around 20 ish deg. C even at winter. There was a new guide in early 2011, much better on grades and maps than the general guide. Published by Editorial Alpina.
Sant Joan de Vilatorrada Edit
Pockety, pebbley sandstone, 65km north west of Barcelona.
Santa Gadea Edit
Sandstone bouldering. Article by Percy Bishton here.
A couple of areas are detailed here.
A review of the Spanish bouldering guide by Greg Chapman is here.
norop.es Spanish bouldering site with topos and database for registering ascents.