Doñana National Park
A must-visit location for bird lovers, nature lovers, and national park frequenters is the Doñana National Park. It is located in far southwestern border of Spain. You would have good day trip from Seville. If from Malaga enjoy weekend trip. If you are fond of photography then you can enjoy photographing various wild lives. Some of them are flamingos, wild boars, wildcats, otters, badgers, indigenous horses, and Iberian lynx. After hiking you might get tired but don’t worry you will find beach where can also sunbathe. tranquil Matalascañas and Rompeculos beaches are known for their golden sand and warm waters.
Monte Perdido National Park
The Monte Perdido National Park, which is bounded by the borders of France and Spain, is a place of many lofty peaks, vast valleys, and serene waterfalls. The third-tallest peak in the Pyrenees Range is Mount Perdido, which has several summits that rise above 11,000 feet. Whether its single and multi-day treks, its once-in-a-lifetime experience for hikers. Enjoying the panoramic views, gorges, and rappelling opportunities! Trekkers and hikers typically enjoy a hike through the glacial Ordesa Valley. The French-Spanish border is a natural boundary at several regions, but an upper border made part of the Llanos de Aridane Natural Park. Located in southern France, Pic de Marboré is best known for its tranquil glacial waters. It’s also the highest peak in the Pyrenees range and one of the highest around the world. Sean Bennett suggests three summits in the forest reserve designed as Monte Perdido, Cilindro de Marboré, and Soum de Ramond. These combine to make a Monte Perdido Massif that peaks at three thousand metres high, with views stretching
The Alpujarras Mountain
The Alpujarras Mountains, a steep mountain range located in southern Spain, are home to dozens of charming white-washed villages and an outdoor market experience. In this region of Spain, tourist can explore the products and handmade souvenirs as well as spend quality time learning about the locals, their culture and interesting way of life. Hiking trails offer spectacular views of surrounding mountains; some even offer views of the glittering Mediterranean Sea! You still not be qualified for Everest climb even after climbing Alpujasrras. Villages within the Alpujarras Mountains are split by small rivers that run through them; be sure to visit at least one or two of these villages. The village of Pampaneira in the Alpujarras range is very famous. It’s also known as picturesque villages. While Lanjarón is renowned for its several nearby hot springs and the potential therapeutic benefits of the water. The Alpujarras’ settlements are relatively small and accessible, making it straightforward to visit several of them in a single day or two. The settlements are within driving distance of Granada and can be reached in a few hours by bus. Just remember to bring a reliable map!
The most beautiful beach I have seen in Spain is Papagayo beach. You can find it in the cove You can enjoy hot white sand for sunbathing. Also there are rock climbing and have warm turquoise waters. It is also fantastic for snorkeling because you can see tons of colorful small fish and ocean life. The beach is found on the island of Lanzarote of the Los Ajaches Nature Reserve. The beach is warm to hot weather throughout the year and is crystal clear.
Costa de Almería
Wildlife lovers can explore deep into the Las Salinas salt flats, where they are likely to spot pink flamingos, a vast variety of birds, and a stunning pink coastline contrasted by bright turquoise water! If you are hikers then there are dozen of different trials. Don’t worry if you are a beach lover you can get many beaches along the pristine coastline. These beaches are known for incredible beauty and great waters for swimming and snorkeling. Inside the Cabo de Gata National Park lives the Los Genoveses beach completely absent of street buildings and signs providing serenity and an escape from the world beyond crashing waves. For those seeking out city bustle head to Almeria City and check out the famous Alcazaba Arab Palace walk city streets and create a self-guided tapas food tour for the ultimate night out in Almeria and Almeria is regarded as one of the finest places to visit because of its exceptional year-round sunny weather. Be sure to spend some time exploring the village of Mojacar’s winding streets before your trip to Almeria comes to an end. This village, which lies on top of a tiny mountain and boasts gorgeous white-washed structures, is a replica of Santorini, Greece. It views out over the Mediterranean.
Madrid and Barcelona
Madrid is a wonderful and vibrant city with beautiful design and exciting culture. With a world-class art collection, the Museo Nacional del Prado, and numerous museums, galleries, and cafés, Madrid is a great place to start your trip to Spain.
The people, the culture, the cuisine, the landscape, and the music are all distinct from anywhere else in Spain! To get a truly comprehensive look at this beautiful country, you must visit Barcelona.