Desired travel destination- Spain and some of its attractions
July 12, 2018
Spain is an desired destination with wild Spanish festivals, diverse landscapes and impressive historical architecture everywhere you look. Spain offers plenty of off-the-beaten-path experiences, such as exploring the Costa Brava coastline or hiking the Camino de Santiago .A tour of Spain’s attractions gives travelers a unique look at Spain’s long and glorious past and offers a wide range of memorable travel experiences.
Bullfighting is the most traditional of Spanish Fiestas.A Spanish bullfighting arena is called the Plaza de Toros. All major Spanish cities have impressive bullrings but probably the most outstanding are those in Madrid, Seville, and Ronda.
Gran Canaria is a nature lover’s paradise. Here you can trek through rolling sand dunes, verdant forests, and rocky plains—all in the same day. With its year-round summer temperatures, it would be tempting to never leave the beach.
There’s a secret beach on Gran Canaria so remote that many native islanders don’t even know it exists. Inaccessible by car, the only way to reach Playa del Güigüí, with its crystalline water and stunning views of El Teide volcano in the distance, is on foot.
Tenerife is the island of a thousand experiences. You can get lost in nature, relax on the beach, climb Teide, go shopping, see a show, walk the old town cobbles, have fun at a theme park, play golf …
Fill yourself with energy with an endless selection of activities but, above all, don’t leave Tenerife without trying the food, Sit on a terrace with sea views and taste the local shrimps: A delicious experience.
This pine-clad, sun-kissed island is the most visited place for the merrymakers. The dazzling backdrop of clubs and restaurants and scintillating coastline with blue water makes Ibiza a truly captivating tourist attraction in Spain.
San Fermin in Pamplona
Visit the city during the week-long Fiesta deSan Fermin to join its citizens in honouring their patron saint. Festivities include brass bands, alfresco dancing under strings of fairy lights, fireworks and, most famously of all, the running of the bulls through the town’s cobbled streets.
The festival officially starts on 6 July at 12pm by firing the pyrotechnic chupinazo (or txupinazo in Basque), a rocket that shoots from the balcony of the town hall, while everybody throws wine and eggs at each other in the town square below, staining the traditional white and red festival clothing (if you don’t have yours, you can buy it once there).
Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
in the north western city of Bilbao, has been described as the most important structure of its time. Its soaring, titanium curves will blow your mind – and that’s before you even step inside to view its amazing collection of modern art.
The connection between the design of the museum along with architecture and collection that it holds will mesmerize the audience for sure.
Flamenco and passion. Sultry and seductive. Seville is not just hot in summertime, there’s much more to it than just the weather and the stunning sights.
Green , wild and windswept in winter, deserted beaches and coves made for romantic pirate stories. You can create your own paradise here in Galicia. The best seafood in the world – indisputably! Taste aphrodisiac delight as you choose the best bounty from the sea! Visit the famous Cathedral Beach, where you will be amazed at the power of nature.