Spain pampers you with a number of activities to make your vacation memorable. So here are some of the things you should definitely try out in the Spanish land.
Walk Down on Sunny Beaches
If you are a water baby and cannot resist your love for water, then the sandy beaches of Spain are something that you cannot miss. The perfect combination of hot sun, wide sandy beaches, and cool breeze makes it a memorable experience especially for couples.
Stroll down to the Beautiful Villages
Enjoy the calmness of nature in the beautiful villages of Spain. These villages feature a fusion of European and Middle Eastern aesthetic architecture. They offer an isle of calm and a heavenly experience, far from the hustle bustle of the city.
Lip Smacking Exquisite Food
For food lovers, Spain is no less than a paradise. You can enjoy amazing cuisines, sea foods and other relishing food in restaurants or on the streets. Do not miss the Santceloni – A Michelin starred restaurant.
Explore the Bygone Era
Explore the Spanish architecture. The monuments of the country will leave you spellbound with its marvelous carving. Visit La Sagrada Familia, the most visited monument in Spain, which attracts a large number of tourists from all around the world.
Feel the Rush
If you love to live on the edge, and want some craziness in life, then become a part of the bullfight game.
Bullfighting– Bullfighting traced its origin in 711 A.D. The wild and fierce animal is let into the ring and the bullfighter called the Matador determines the strength of the bull. A trumpet is blown and several fighters called Picadores weaken the bull by placing spears into it. Finally the bull is killed by a single sword plunge which is called the Estacada. Millions of people gather in the arena to watch this battle between man and animal.
Bull Run– Running behind a group of six bulls is a part of the eight-day festival of Sanfermines, held between the 6th and 14th of July every year. In Pamplona a set of wooden fences is erected to direct the bulls along the route and to block off side streets. The runners are dressed in the traditional clothes of the festival, which consists of a white shirt and trousers with a red waistband and neckerchief. The bulls are released and people begin to run to save themselves. This is a fun activity full of adventure and excitement.
Shake your Body
Flamenco, a dance form originated in Spain, would leave you grooving on the foot tapping music. Try some moves if you can.
Paint Yourself Red
The journey to Spain would be incomplete without attending the giant tomato fight in the country. Indulge in the Tomatina festival, held in the town of Bunol.
Fun and Frolic Easter
Seville’s and Malaga’s Semana is an Easter festival that is worth watching and the processions held will blow your mind.
Be a part of the festivities in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. This is one of the most spectacular carnivals that one can ever imagine.
Enjoy the Streets
Walk down the streets of Barcelona, Seville, Madrid, Cordoba, and Valencia and explore the dazzling Roman architecture that adorns these cities.
The gorgeous wilderness of the country’s national parks will give you goose bumps with its appealing beauty. Take a tour of these wild areas and admire the beauty of nature.