Best places to visit in Spain
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When you see this town for the first time, approaching on the winding Aragonese roads through dense countryside and steep cliffs, you’ll immediately wonder why you never visited it before.
If you are one of the many students who will participate in the Erasmus programme in Spain in 2018, you should start looking for a home in the country now.
The end of this unusually warm summer is giving us some pleasantly mild temperatures that make a short getaway with friends and family still possible. One of the best excursions is a visit to some of the beautiful lakes that are found all around Spain.
If your Instagram account is full of photos of swimming pools and beaches with the caption "it’s a hard life", perhaps the time has come for you to take a getaway to nature. What better, then, than this small guide to Spain’s natural treasures that you should visit at least once in your life?
The magic of cinema has immortalised lots of places in Spain by turning them into the setting for national and international productions. Cities, monuments and natural landscapes, many of them easily recognisable, are all part of the history of the film world.
For a great end to a fantastic summer, and before the kids start back at school, there's nothing better than a good adrenaline rush. Whether it's a route through cave tunnels, a descending a canyon or simply going from tree to tree, it will be an unforgettable experience.
The Castillo de Sohail castle is located on a hill 125 feet above sea level, at the mouth of the Fuengirola river. Its location has led it to become an exceptional lookout point from where you can admire the Sierra de Mijas mountain range and the whole municipality of Fuengirola.
Bioparc is a Spanish zoo-ecological park located in Fuengirola, Malaga on the Andalusian Costa del Sol. It’s not just any old zoo, though, since it’s based on a new kind of model that tries to recreate the habitat of the animals as much as possible.
Throughout the north of Spain, there are countless villages of great beauty that simply ooze history. In recent years, an association for the ‘Most Beautiful Towns in Spain’ has decided to bring together all these municipalities to promote them and spread their fame around the world.
Especially when on holiday, one of the favourite getaways on the Costa del Sol is Selwo Aventura, the perfect mix of zoo and theme park. Located in Estepona, Malaga, Selwo Aventura has an approximate area of 100 hectares and is home to all types of species from every continent.