With 300 days of sun a year, stunning beaches, superb scenery, fantastic wines and amazing food, Spain is all you’ve ever imagined. Whether you choose the cosmopolitan cities of Madrid and Barcelona, one of the beautiful Costas or the Canary or Balearic Islands, there are plenty reasons to visit Spain in 2020.
We take a look at some of the magical places to visit and experiences to be had on your next Spanish holiday.
TEIDE NATIONAL PARK
The highest peak in all of Spain, Tenerife’s Mount Teide is a staggering 12,200 feet tall and is the main attraction of the UNESCO protected Teide National Park.
Spain’s national dance is the Flamenco and across the country you’ll find regular flamenco dancing laid on in hotels, bars and restaurants. Have fun with a lesson or just sit back and watch the professionals do their thing.
SEE THE CAVES OF DRACH
Take a tour of the four caves: The Black Cave, The White Cave, The Cave of Luis Salvador, and The Cave of the French. They are Majorca’s most outstanding tourist attraction!
HIKE THE PICOS DE EUROPA
This mountain range lies around 20 km from Spain’s northern coast. Highlights not only include the mountains, but also some of the deepest caves in Europe including Torca del Cerro descending to a depth of 1589 meters!
GO KITE SURFING
Kitesurfing is one of the most accessible water sports, and Lanzarote’s beaches offer ideal conditions year-round. One of the most popular is Famara Beach.
TOUR THE ALHAMBRA
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the most important historic destinations in Spain. This giant fortress, originally constructed in 889 A.D, was strategically positioned to oversee the whole city of Granada and offers fantastic views from the ramparts.
CORRALEJO NATURAL PARK
Just outside the resort of Corralejo in Fuertevenura lies this beautiful national park, which has dunes more than six miles long bathed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Almost every bar and restaurant in Spain will serve tapas. This traditional way of serving food allows you to sample numerous little dishes such as calamari, patatas bravas, or churros, perhaps alongside a glass or two of traditional sangria.
SHOPPING IN PALMA
Majorca’s trendy capital offers boutique shopping, entertainment and historic sights to explore. There are vibrant public squares, al fresco restaurants, a city beach and promenade.
GRAN CANARIA’S AMADORES BEACH
This tranquil curved Blue Flag beach is situated in the quiet town of Amadores in southwest Gran Canaria close to Puerto Rico. It’s a real suntrap too.