Do you want to visit Spain? If you don’t where you’re going to begin, Spain Incoming, as your incoming travel agency, we suggest 10 top travel destinations.
- 1 Spain
- 2 North of Spain
- 3 Mediterranean Spain
- 4 Spain Inland
Spain is one of the most visited countries in world. It has 17 autonoumos regions and two autonoumos cities, and whichever one you visit, you will breath culture and nature.
So, there are many reasons to visit Spain, from beautiful landscapes, monuments and beaches, to world famous gastronomy. Let’s know some Spain’s regions and start thinking about your next travel adventure!
North of Spain
Taste the Basque Country cuisine
The Basque Country is in the northern Spain and next to the Pyrenees. As the rest of north Spain, here you will discover a land of high mountains and fertile meadows. As well as a fertile land, the Basque Country has high-quality products: seafood and fish of the Atlantic Ocean or meats and cheese from mountains.
We strongly recommend you to taste some of the most famous and traditional dishes such as Pintxos that combines different products in a miniature format reflecting a culinary art. You can order a Pintxo with a Txakoli, a sparkling wine with designation of origin.
Asturias: canoeing the River Sella
Asturias has a great cultural and natural heritage. One of the most tourist attraction is the Descent of the River Sella.
This region of the north Spain offers you an incredible experience, the International descent is celebrated every year and attracts participants from all over the world.
During four days the canoeing race offers a funny environment by holding concerts and activities for all visitors.
Moreover, don’t miss the opportunity to taste the local cuisine and the famous cider, the national beverage per excellence.
All the north of Spain offers you natural resources, Cantabria also has different natural areas to practice the activity you like the most, for example hiking along valleys, mountains or the line coast.
Moreover, you can visit the most famous cave, the Cave of Altamira, World Heritage Site or visit one of the jewels of Gaudí, the building “El Capricho de Gaudí” in Comillas town. Besides, don’t forget to taste the gastronomy and local wines.
Galicia, the final destination of the Camino de Santiago
Galicia is the synonymous of the Way of Saint James but it is also the land of culture and nature. We propose you to do the Camino, the ideal option to know and stroll around all the heritage of this region. Depending on the route you choose, you will discover the Atlantic Galicia, the rural Galicia, the monumental Galicia, the gastronomic Galicia…. All the essence that makes you fall in love with it!
In fact, there are different routes of the Camino de Santiago – the French Way, Portuguese Way, English Way, Primitive Way … – that go around different points of Spain, allowing you to discover different regions such as the Basque Country, Asturias or Cantabria!
Tour around Catalonia
Catalonia has mountain, sea and an exquisite Mediterranean food. In the multicultural city of Barcelona, you have unlimited cultural options: from modernist architecture as it is the cathedral of Sagrada Familia by Gaudí, to the Ciutat Vella which host the Gothic Quarter. Moreover, you can buy fresh products in the most famous market of Barcelona: La Boquería Market!
Apart from visiting Barcelona, you can visit too the city of Girona or going to the Pyrenees to breath pure air. Besides, Catalonia has a beautiful coast, Costa Brava, where small towns, beaches, seafood and sun are the key!
Walking Mallorca: Tramuntana Mountains
The hiking route runs through mountain landscapes, going up to peaks of 1,000 altitude, such as the peak of Puig Major or Puig de Masanella. In addition, the route also goes next to the sea, where you will see small fishing ports.
Andalusia is one of the largest regions of Spain that hosts a large number of tourist attractions as well as delicious gastronomic offer. For example, in Seville you can walk around the city and visit monuments like the Cathedral or the Quarter of Santa Cruz.
In Córdoba, you will discover the most famous Islamic monuments such as the Mosque or the ruins of Medina Azahara. There are too much places to visit so we encourage you to do a route of eight days through the Moslem Andalusia.
Castilla y León: cultural and natural heritage
As the whole Spain, this community offer a great heritage like the several lakes. The way of Saint James also is very important to this region, proves are the different monuments that reflect the richness of the area (The Cathedral of León, the historic centers of Toledo or León …).
We propose a route of 10 days visiting the most monumental, both cultural including gastronomy and nature.
La Rioja: land of wine
La Rioja is known worldwide for its wines, the key of the La Rioja culture. The landscape is dominated by the Mediterranean forest, blue water rivers, natural spaces and large vineyards.
In fact, you can find until 500 wine cellars! We encourage you to visit this community and explore all the tastes of La Rioja as well as the cultural monuments and landscapes.
Madrid: The Golden Triangle
Madrid is the capital of Spain and has too much to visit, we recommend to stroll around the city and explore every corner. Moreover, Madrid hosts the Golden Triangle, three important museums that reflects the importance of art: Museo del Prado, Museo Reina Sofía y Museo Thyssen Bornemisza.
Spain Incoming, gives you some examples of what to visit in Spain. But the best way to discover a country is to visit and explore it. We have too much to tell you, contact us and we organize your travel!