Spain is a remarkable and incredible country, making it an ideal honeymoon destination. With ancient castles, multicultural cities, beautiful art and breathtaking beaches, Spain is a great place to start your marriage!
The weather is seasonal, and the best months to visit Spain are May, June, and September, try avoiding the summer rush in July and August.
Love Spanish cuisine? You'll be able to order a full-course dinner late into the night, and you and your loved one are sure to find plenty to excite your palettes.
Andalucia is one of the most fascinating regions, it is known for a dry and sunny climate. Explore the countless restaurants, nightclubs and golf courses.
Andalucia has whitewashed villages clustered around castles and palaces in a timeless agrarian landscape.
The Cazorla National Park provides a breathtaking environment; you can go for a walk and hike to the mountains, waterfalls and lakes.
Explore the Saint Catalina's Castle, Saint Ildefonso's Church, Jaen Cathedral, Arab Baths, Museum of Arts and the San Andres Chapel.
While in Andalusia, you may also want to visit La Alhambra in the Granada area, which offers a peaceful and romantic atmosphere. La Alhambra is a fortress built in the 14th century. It is a popular monument in Granada, going back to the old Moorish Palace built in 1492 for the last Muslim Emirs of Spain.
Barcelona, on the country's northeast coastline, is one of the world's most modern cities. Experience the sensational food, fashion, and music in addition to contemporary architecture.
The most romantic place to explore in Barcelona is the Magic Fountain of Montjuic, built in 1929 by 3,000 workers and features a show of water, colorful lights and classical music.
Barcelona ‘the City of Marvels’ is a mix of Gothic architecture and 21st century sensibility. Make sure to visit museums dedicated to local artists Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso.
No visit to Spain would be complete without a stop in the nation's capital and the cultural heart of Spain, Madrid!
The capital Madrid offers museums with some of the finest collections of art in the world. Green parks, cafes and restaurants are found in the truly evocative streets in which The Palacio Real de Madrid or Royal Palace of Madrid is one of Spain’s biggest attractions for tourists. It became the home of the Spanish Kings in the 16th century.
In Madrid, you must visit The Golden Triangle of Art consisting of the Prado Museum, the Reina Sofia Arte Centre and the Thyssean-Barnesmiza Museum.
The Spanish coastline holds the world's most beautiful beaches.
Costa Brava and Costa del Sol are the most popular destinations. Costa del Sol is the most crowded beach.
Costa Dorada ("The Gold Coast") or Costa Tropical offers a more relaxed and romantic atmosphere.
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