Here are the most beautiful places in Spain that you should visit on your holiday!

Few tourists have not visited Spain at least once. The country is ranked second in the best destinations tourist of the world. These are the same places we often visit: the capital Madrid and the Catalan Barcelona.

Spain has much more to offer. It is rich in fascinating history and lies at the crossroads between the Arab-Muslim world and the Latin-European world. This allows you to travel through history and the world. Many of Spain's monuments and sites are now World Heritage Sites. The Spanish countryside and cities are full of wonders.

Santiago de Compostela

Curious about what else you can do in Spain? How can you see the country from a different angle? You can with the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. To truly appreciate the treasures of Spain, it is recommended to make this pilgrimage at least once in your life. You will travel from the French Pyrenees to Santiago de Compostela, where you will see beautiful places and learn about the Spanish way of life. Even if you don't like long walks, Santiago de Compostela is a place to visit. The architecture of the city, which is also the capital of Galicia, is simply breathtaking. The baroque cathedral, which serves as the arrival point for pilgrims, is a perfect example. We recommend that you attend the feast of Saint James on the 25th July - it is one of the most beautiful festivals in Spain.

The city of Zaragoza

Zaragoza, the capital of Aragon, is a magnificent medieval and historic city in the south of Catalonia. Its architecture is a blend of different styles and periods. The basilica of Nuestra Senora del Pilar and its stone bridge over the Ebro are the most emblematic monuments. There's nothing better than enjoying some delicious tapas in the streets of the city, followed by a stroll along the banks of the Ebro to admire the beautiful lights and sparkling waters. It would be a shame not to stop in Zaragoza on your trip to Spain.

La Serria Nevada

The Andalusian Sierra Nevada mountain range is also known as the "snowy mountains" or "snowy mountains". snowy mountains" (in French). It is the second highest mountain range in Europe after the Alps. The Mulhacen peak reaches 3,478 metres. The Sierra Nevada National Park has been declared a biosphere reserve in Spain by UNESCO. The Iberian Peninsula is home to unique flora and fauna. Las Alpujurras is also located at the foot of the mountains. This region is home to thermal springs, little white houses, Serrano hams and winding goat paths. Are you a lover of hiking and mountains? Want to know what to do in Spain? The Sierra Nevada is your answer. These mountains are special and must be seen at least once in your life.

The city of Granada

Granada is located in the east of Andalusia. After hundreds of years under Arab-Muslim controlIt was the last city to be taken over by the Spanish Catholics. This influence has resulted in fascinating and impressive architecture, of which the Alhambra is the most important. This magnificent palace and its gardens are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a major monument of Islamic and Moorish architecture. The Alhambra is divided into four main parts within a walled enclosure. These are the Alcazaba (the fortress), the nasrid palaceson Generalife and gardens. Finally, the Palace of Charles V was added by the Castilian conquerors.

San Sebastian

San Sebastian is located in the heart of the Basque Country, not far from the famous Bilbao. This sophisticated city is surrounded by the beautiful blue ocean and has a number of beautiful beaches of white sand. It's also an unmissable gastronomic destination. There are no tapas here, but pintxosThe Basque version of Spanish tapas.


Barcelona, the magnificent capital of Catalonia, is a must-see on any trip to Spain. Barcelona will charm you with its many attractions, including lazy days on the beach and wild parties in some of Europe's most exciting nightclubs. You can also take part in fascinating cultural visits to discover the most amazing works of Antoni Gaud.

3 must-do activities when visiting Barcelona

  • Enjoy Catalan cuisine in the city's tapas bars and other lively restaurants, day and night.
  • Visit the legendary FC Barcelona stadium, or make your trip to Barcelona coincide with a football championship match.
  • Stroll through the Gothic Quarter and you will be seduced by the unique restaurants and vintage shops.

Are you ready for an unforgettable holiday in Spain? To plan your holiday in Barcelona, check out the traveller's city guide.


Looking for the perfect holiday destination in Spain, where you can enjoy nature at its best, including beaches, mountains, hiking and lava fields? Then look no further! Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands. You can enjoy all this and much more in just one trip to the south of Tenerife. You'll find all the main tourist attractions as well as hotels and holiday accommodation perfect for friends and families. To discover the island's hidden gems and most beautiful spots, plan road trips around it.

3 must-do activities during your stay in Tenerife

  • Go hiking to discover hidden beaches in the northern part of the island. For a unique 'alone in the world' experience, you can visit beautiful beaches such as Tacoronte and Taganana.
  • Stroll along the island's south coast, passing through charming villages and lively towns. Enjoy cultural visits, shopping and endless tastings of Tenerife's delicious Spanish cuisine.
  • You will also find the Corona Forestal area, a protected forest area that allows you to hike through the mountains and green valleys. The Teide volcano, at 3,718m, is also accessible.
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