Spain is a beautiful place, filled with beautiful people and amazing wine and natural beauty. There are so many old towns and history to be sought out – and you don’t have to search far, they are all over the place. Oh, we almost forgot to mention the beaches, so breathtaking.
1. Sea The Costa Brava
The views are stunning. There are a lot of very interesting historical town houses that you can visit, and several cafes and bars with amazing views.
2. Explore The City Of Barcelona
Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, is defined by quirky art and architecture, imaginative food and vibrant street life. There is great night life here and also amazing restaurants 🙂
3. Be Astonished At The Great Cathedral and Mosque
The Mezquita is a truly impressive structure, with the insertion of a grand cathedral right in the middle of the old mosque. Outside the mosque and chapel walls, there are some small shops and great places to eat. The architecture is varied and beautiful. You must have a guide show you around inside the religious portions because the history is remarkable and the full story is a MUST!
4. Take A Walk At Parque Nacional de Aiguestortes
A good place for long walks, nature exploring and relaxation. We recommend taking the “Jeep taxi” to the highest point and walk down for the full experience in a day. Breathe in the fresh air, enjoy the beautiful scenery and catch a glimpse of Griffon vultures, Golden Eagles and wildlife at every turn!
5. Check Out The Segovia Aqueduct
An amazing and interesting structure dating back to Roman times and you can view the aqueducts from a distance or close up. The structure is enormous and still in good repair and the city of Segovia is beautiful old city with inviting streets to stroll around. The aqueduct is the crown jewel of this city. Perfect place to spend a day or two taking it all in.
6. Explore Old Town of Caceres
Walk on cobblestone streets and pass by palaces and buildings that take you back to the XVI Century. This is one of the largest medieval quarters in Spain and it is open to visitors that offer cultural events such as concerts and theater performances. Caceres is a treasure; small, accessible and well preserved, it’s one of the unspoiled jewels in Spain. Walking around the old city is like stepping back in time.
7. See The Sunset Over Puente Nuevo Bridge
The deep ravine El Tajo creates a grand setting for the spectacular Puente Nuevo. The bridge connects the old with new town over an impressive gorge. The architecture and engineering takes your breath away. Catch a glimpse of the sunset light over the bridge, the orange dramatic cliffs and whitewashed houses at the edge is really a gorgeous sight.
8. Explore The History At The Alhambra
One of the amazing and beautiful places to see in Granada! A real treat for the senses and not to be missed. The views are magnificent and the history of the place is brought to life by the knowledge shared by these wonderful tour guides.
9. Walk The Ibiza Beaches
The white sands and pale turquoise waters are Paradise. YOU NEED to be here!
10. See a Show At The Roman Theater (Teatro Romano)
If you have the chance you definitely want to be here in July – as you can see a REAL Roman theater performance. Our guess is that this place would be an incredible show and venue for anything. One of the must see attractions.