14 of the best medieval villages and historic centres in Northern Spain. Not only are they gorgeous, but many have beaches and incredible coastal views. This unexplored part of Spain is definitely worth a visit.
The Beach of of the Cathedrals (Catedrais Beach) is not only one of the best beaches in Spain, but in the world! No wonder that it’s a national monument.
Cantabria is known as “Green Spain” with its natural landscapes, caves and over 60 beaches! Picos de Europa National Park was a particularly fabulous find and not what I expected in this part of Spain!
The Coastal Path in Asturias, Spain is a 65km long path with breathtaking views. It’s an undiscovered paradise for both cyclists and walkers!
A visit to pristine Basque Country may be the remedy if you’re a stressed out multi-tasking urban dweller in need of some serious rejuvenation!
The city wall was built in Roman times and dates back to the 1st century BC. Unlike most city walls, you can actually walk the entire length of this one. Ambitious visitors can even climb the towers for gorgeous views overlooking Girona and reaching to the Pyrenees.
I thought the via ferrata in Vallcebre Catalunya would be an easy one. To my pleasant surprise it wasn’t. I loved both the thrill and the challenge. Would you do it?
Check out these photos and you’ll want to take a hot air balloon ride over Costa Brava, one of the most picturesque regions in all of Spain!