7 corners of Spain that you cannot ignore

Spain is full of amazing sites, which seem out of a fairy tale and worth going through. Some are well known and others barely mentioned, but in any case they are corners of Spain that you cannot ignore.

Pay attention, we go through 7 wonderful places that you should visit sometime in your life. Ideal places to enjoy a getaway.

1. Hondarribia, Basque Country

Hondarribia, Gupúzcoa - Nicolas Vollmer / Flickr.com

Hondarribia It is one of those corners of Spain that have a lot of charm. It is located in Gupúzcoa, on the banks of the mouth of the Bidasoa.

If what you are looking for is to enjoy the best cuisine, Hondarribia has incredible restaurants and bars in its beautiful streets, some listed as the best in the region.

This authentic architectural jewel invites you to lose yourself in its streets, in which time seems to have stopped. When you visit this charming town, you will surely want to return.

2. Jungle of Irati, Navarra

Jungle of Irati, Navarra - holbox

In the list of corners of Spain, we have the Selva de Irati, located north of Navarra. Is an extensive birch grove of about 17,000 hectares that remains in almost virgin state.

Surprise with a red floor and surroundings of different shades of green. It is worth putting on your boots, taking the camera and enjoying the unique sensations that only this place can offer you.

This environment It is perfect to disconnect taking photos, hiking and enjoying a landscape that you will not find anywhere in the world.

3. Beach of the Cathedrals, Galicia

Beach of the Cathedrals, Lugo - aravakense / Pixabai

Aguas Santas Beach, better known as Las Catedrales Beach, It is located on the coast of the province of Lugo, in Mariña Lucense.

This stunning beach is a natural monument that takes that name because Its rock formations are similar to the buttresses of the Gothic cathedrals. It is, without a doubt, one of those corners of Spain that you cannot miss.

These impressive rock arches sculpted for centuries by the force of the Cantabrian Sea will leave you amazed. You can go through them, go under them and witness the magical force of nature.

4. Cudillero, Asturias

Cudillero, Asturias - Jose Luis Cernadas Iglesias / Flickr.com

Fourth in the list of the corners of Spain that you should know we find Cudillero. It is a picturesque fishing village, located in the western center of Asturias, on the erect slopes of three mountains that surround the city as an amphitheater.

Its houses of a thousand colors invite you to lose yourself in its narrow streets, appreciate its hanging houses, stroll through the harbor or taste the catch of the day in the different hotel establishments in the town.

You can't miss the viewpoint route making walks to the lighthouse, La Garita, The Watchtower, El Pico, etc.

5. Jerte Valley, Extremadura

Jerte Valley, Cáceres - soyluiz360 / Pixabai

The Jerte Valley is one of those corners of Spain still little known, but that falls in love with all its visitors.

It is located north of Extremadura and during the cherry blossom it is one of the most beautiful landscapes you can find in Spain. It is wonderful to see how the entire valley and the slopes of the mountains are covered by an impressive blanket of white flowers.

"They can cut all the flowers, but they can't stop the spring."

-Pablo Neruda-

6. The Caves of Drach, Balearic Islands

Caves of Drach, Mallorca - Michal Kosacky / Flickr.com

Following the list of corners of Spain we have Las Cuevas del Drach. It is a set of four caves located on the east coast of Mallorca, near Manacor.

They are more than 2.4 kilometers long and reach 25 meters underground. During the visit you can take a tour of about 1200 meters, where you are taken to the Martel underground lake and you can listen live to a concert of classical music.

Definitely, one of the aspects that will surprise you most is the display of light effects which evokes the sunrise inside the lake and the stalactites molded by raindrops. A beautiful experience that you will never forget.

7. Ordesa National Park, Aragon

Ordesa Valley, Huesca - holbox

The Ordesa National Park is located in the Oscense Pyrenees, It has more than 15 thousand hectares and the highest waterfall in Europe.

If what you are looking for is nature This corner of Spain has everything: deep valleys, high mountains, lush vegetation, turquoise rivers, waterfalls, etc.

Although it is difficult to choose just one place, we must highlight the route of the Añisclo Canyon, the Pineta Valley and the famous waterfall of the Cola de Caballo, They can give you excellent moments of enjoyment.

These they are just some of the corners of Spain, beautiful and charming, you can't ignore Have you visited any of them?

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