Many travelers consider Spain as the best Tourist Attractions in Europe. It contains the most beautiful destinations in the continent beefed up with the vibrant nightlife and the most famous coastline. Spain and its favorable sunny climate and ages of history take most of its visitors as a dreamland. However, with its large landscapes and the vast stretches of mountains as well as the most famous coastlines, many new travelers find it hard to decide where to start.
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1. Picos de Europa
Picos de Europa is one place you can’t miss while in Spain. It is the most beautiful natural scenery stretching all the way from the sandy coastline to the broad plains. The most outstanding feature of the scene, however, is the Picos de Europa Mountains, which makes this the perfect hiking destinations.
The craggy peaks, verdant valleys, and the raging rivers make Picos de Europa one of a kind adventurous destination. The presence of one the endangered species of (Cantabrian brown beer) beers and the snow-shoeing and the white rafting water further takes the beauty of this place to a whole new level.
One hotbed for love. The southern regional capital of Andalusia, Spain. This place qualifies the saying that old is the beauty. The old-fashioned street lights, the elegant complexes, and the horse-drawn chariots are some of the things that make the aura of this place.
Apart from the structures and setting of Seville, other equally elegant places will leave your hunger for visiting world’s dazzling sites overly satisfied. Seville Cathedral, Torre del Oro, Maria Luisa Park, the Indies General Archives, Teatro de la Maestranza and the one Seville Museum of Arts and Traditions.
3. Pueblos Blancos – Andalusia
The white villages located at the resilient hillsides of central Andalusia and former farming villages seem to defy gravity in all places. Most of the buildings lost their glory when the new generations left for cities in pursuit of better-paying jobs. However, all is not lost for these villages as both the locals and tourists have rediscovered their beauty.
The outstanding features of this old-fashioned destination are the narrow streets, the beautiful old synagogues, and the white painted houses. All these and the flower-strewn squares have been reincarnated.
The most charming of these white villages include Grazalema, Arcos de la Frontera, and Vejer de la Frontera.
4. Gaudi’s Masterpieces
Barcelona has got all you want. The vibrant nightlife, the beaches and of course the shopping. One feature stands out in the proud capital of Catalonia, the Gaudi’s Masterpieces. The Quixotic structures built by the legendary architect, Gaudi. The most visited of the Gaudi’s masterpieces is the still unfinished La Sagrada Familia; its formless tall towers with oddly structured roof and buttresses add more beauty to this Gaudi’s creation.
Not to say that other Gaudi’s architectural works are not attractive, most of his residential houses are also as beautiful. The Casa Mila is beautified with the playful statues and the benches at the famous Park Guell. It is one of the top tourist attractions in spanish speaking countries.
Located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Granada is one of the dramatically Tourist Attractions in Spain. The most charming places here are the extensive Ornate Moorish Palace and the Fortress Complex Alhambra.
Alhambra is made of the reflecting pools of the Nasrid Dynasty, the royal palaces, the orchards of the Generalife gardens, fountains and the outstanding serene patios. These features make Granada the most beautiful and romantic destination for honeymoons and love-birds who want to spend some quality time together in a fantasy world.
6. Volcanic Views of Mount Teide, Tenerife
Tenerife is located a bit far from the Spanish mainland, around two hours on a flight. The Canary Islands have a significantly different landscape and appear to be far more in Africa than in Europe. It is made of dark grey sands on the beaches, and most of the scene is snow covered with steep slopes.
At the middle of Tenerife stands the most beautiful and attractive feature of the Canary Islands, the Teide mountains. A sizeable snow-capped volcano. It is the best hiking destination, and the view from up the hill will make you feel like you’re on the moon.
The cable car ferrying you to the summit will give you an extraordinary view of the site and the other Canary Islands.
7. The Roman Remains in Segovia
You know about the Roman Empire that ruled Spain for more than seven centuries. Spain is full of memories of the Roman rule scattered all over the country. The most noticeable is the one at Segovia, a well-preserved conduit that was used by the ancient Romans to channel water to the city.
The aqueduct is a double-height graceful carving of 2950 feet long held together by the weight of gravity on its precisely carved blocks used to construct it. It doesn’t have any motor power to maintain it. It has 167 carefully carved arches which, together with its highest point, take the conduit to a height of 900 feet. An unusual engineering feature.
Cordoba is located in the Province of Andalusia, south of Spain. There are a million reasons why it is on the top ten list of top Tourist Attractions in Spain. Cordoba was a renowned city in the ancient Romans and a highly regarded center for Islamic culture.
It is also known for its most significant mosque, La Mezquita with an extraordinary art from the old ages of 600 C.E. Through the many mountains like the Sierra Grandes you’ll be able to view the magical dazzling roads.
Its hotels will offer you not only accommodation but also an additional adventure as they’re based on pure traditional art. The hotels’ entertainment will provide you with satisfying recreational services and a broad variety of delicacies.
Also referred to as the city of science and art, and designed by one of the best Spanish architects, Santiago Calatrava, Valencia is the pinnacle of modern architecture in Spain.
The beautiful curves in the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao have indeed placed Spain on the map in the most recent years. It has a formless, stark of white buildings of odd looking angles and shapes viewing during the day. However, this is the most beautiful scenery to look at during the night; they are stunningly gorgeous when floodlit at night.
10. Beautiful Beaches – Formentera
Spain has the most beautiful coastline of over 5000 miles. Its climate is sunny almost throughout the year, so you know it is a beach Mecca. Spanish beaches have a piece for everyone, from the tourists’ fully parked to the empty beeches.
The Balearic Islands of Formentera has the cleanest beaches. Only two hours from the mainland, by boat to the Island located in the Mediterranean Sea.