Spain is a must see destination to visit in Europe. Whether by its beautiful and iconic cities: Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Seville, Granada or even Malaga. Which will be a cultural, gastronomic and visual discovery. But also because of warm and sunny places where life is good. Between the cobbled streets, the parks, the cathedrals, the museums… These Spanish European cities will conquer your heart for sure! Amazing for a city break of a few days as a couple or with friends ;)
You can also discover the gorgeous Spanish islands such as the Balearic Islands: Majorca, Minorca and Ibiza. Which are a bit like the jewels of the Mediterranean. Crystal clear waters, long beaches, small coves or ancient villages… You will fall in love with these three unique and different islands! Mallorca, the largest island of the Balearic Islands is known for its dreamy beaches. But also the famous Tramontana massif and its mountain landscapes. You can find all our posts to prepare your trip to the Balearic Islands.
Do not miss the Canary Islands where you will discover black sand beaches and volcanic landscapes. This Spanish archipelago off the coast of Africa. Tenerife, the largest island of the Canaries, is dominated by the Peak of Teide: a sometimes active volcano. These islands located in the Atlantic Ocean will surprise you with the vastness of their landscapes and their wild aspect!
Spain is truly a must-visit country in Europe and especially during spring/summer. The summer season is the ideal time to enjoy the beaches, coves and bars and restaurants. But Spring is awesome to avoid the crowd! You will find here all our Spain travel guides!
If it’s not already done, you should definitely visit Mallorca! Especially if you are based in Europe, you should really put this place on your list. This Spanish island is one of the three Balearic islands : there is Mallorca,…
Are you planning a trip to Mallorca soon ? You want to know which are the most beautiful beaches in Mallorca? Let me guess, the coves with the bluest, clearest water and the most impressive cliff scenery? The most photogenic…