1. Blissful Beaches
If you’re planning on visiting Spain, you need to take a trip to one of Spain’s many luxurious beaches.
Spain is blessed to have over 5,00 miles of coastline and thousands of beautiful beaches. Spain is also blessed to have 300 days of sunshine, so you’ll have plenty of time to kick back and relax on a beach.
Maximize your beach trip’s relaxation by choosing one of the hidden gems in the country.
Some beaches can get very busy, so why not head to Costa de la Luz? Costa de la Luz is situated near the Portuguese border and has a number of hidden coves and unspoiled beaches.
2. Cool, Cosmopolitan Cities
The cities you must see in Spain include the capital city, Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, and Seville.
These bustling cities have an array of museums, art galleries, shopping facilities, and breathtaking architecture to explore.
Madrid and Barcelona are best known for being big arts and cultural hotspots. In these cities, you’ll find plenty of historic churches and cathedrals, fascinating landmarks and monuments, and intriguing modern art. Not to mention the vast abundance of restaurants, cafes, and bars to try.
3. Historic and Cultural Wonders
Spain has 45 UNESCO World Heritage Sites to explore (along with other landmarks and historical points of interest, that haven’t yet made it onto the UNESCO list).
Discover the cave paintings of Altamira, take a trip to Segovia’s Roman aqueduct, head over to Granada and marvel at the Alhambra fortress, or check out the historic city of Toledo.
History buffs are really spoiled for choice in Spain, as there are so many fascinating places to tick off and learn about as you journey through the country.
4. Delicious Food and Delightful Wine
What could be better than wining and dining while looking out across beautiful Spain scenery?
Spain has an unlimited array of restaurants, cafes, bars, and eateries scattered throughout the country.
Sample all the local cuisines and find yourself a new favorite dish. We recommend trying some tapas, Paella, Gazpacho, Patatas bravas, and Pisto.
As for the wine, Spain is known for producing incredible wine so make sure you try coupling some wine with your meals. Alternatively, head over to a winery and learn more about how the wine is made and try a variety of different wines.
5. Amazing Spain Landscapes
Spain is home to endless beaches which are ideal for relaxing on, but if you’re more of an adventurous soul then you need to check out the impeccable Spanish landscapes and mountains.
Have a go at hiking up some of the northern Pyrenees mountains, or head to the Sierra Nevada in the south of Spain and visit the popular skiing resort.
If you want a contrast to the mountains in Spain, you can also find Cabo de Gata in Almeria. Cabo de Gata is Europe’s only desert and has been the inspiration for many Hollywood spaghetti westerns, which were filmed in the area.
6. Adventure Is Around Every Corner
Hiking isn’t the only activity that thrill-seekers and outdoor enthusiasts can do.
For those who like to get their heart pumping, you can walk along a scary footpath that leads to a zip line between Spain and Portugal.
There’s also an array of skiing and snowboarding options, as well as plenty of places to do scuba diving.
On the northern coastline of Spain, you can also find annual surfing competitions. While in Pamplona, you can run with the bulls, this annual event takes place in July. In Spain, you can get involved with jet-skiing, rafting, canoeing, bungee jumping, climbing, and skateboarding.
7. Weird Festivals
Spain is home to many strange and weird festivals.
However, because the Spanish know how to throw a party, we’re sure they won’t disappoint.
Get stuck in with the celebration of near-death experiences as you get carried in an open coffin at the Festival of Santa Marta de Ribarteme. Start a tomato fight at the world’s largest tomato fight at the La Tomatina festival.
8. Incredible Islands
Spain also boasts an abundance of incredible islands.
Head to Ibiza if you want an exciting nightlife experience and golden beaches. Treat yourself to the beautiful beaches and resorts in Majorca. Climb the volcano in Tenerife and enjoy excellent views of the volcanic surroundings. Hikers and volcanic lovers should also check out Lanzarote.
La Palma is ideal for those who want to enjoy a lush green jungle and take part in several walking tours and trails. Historic enthusiasts need to explore Menorca, while whose who can’t keep still should head to Gran Canaria where you can find golf arenas and surfing opportunities.
If you fall completely in love with everything Spain has to offer, then why not buy or rent a property there?
Finding your dream Spanish property is as easy as strolling down the beautiful Costa del Sol beaches with Right Casa Estates. Spend more time enjoying Spain and all of its wonders.