A Magical Honeymoon Destination: Spain

A Magical Honeymoon Destination: Spain

You can’t go wrong when choosing Spain as your honeymoon destination, the remarkable city has everything you and your partner may dream of.

Ancient sights, multicultural cities, romantic landscapes and beaches, and so much more!

There is so much to see and do in Spain, but here are some of the top places to visit and things to do while you’re on your magical honeymoon:

  • Things to do in Andalucia:

Flamenco:

When staying in Malaga on the Costa Del Sol see the true spectacle that is Traditional Spanish Flamenco while enjoying dinner in elegant surroundings.

Beaches:

The Costa del Sol's beaches stretch for miles in each direction, peppered with resorts and towns to keep avid beach-goers entertained. Marbella is one of the most popular coastal towns, with 325 days of sunshine and incredible beaches to choose from.

Cordoba:

Visit Medina Azahara Archaeological Site and the Great Mosque. It is a mosque-within-a-cathedral. When built, this UNESCO monument was the largest Islamic temple in the world. Its distinctive striped arches are the iconic symbol of Cordoba.

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  • Things to do in Barcelona:

La Sagrada Familia:

Antoni Gaudí's unfinished masterpiece.Astonishing interior which is one of the most visited buildings in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Las Ramblas:

Las Ramblas is Barcelona's most famous street. Check out the street performers, take a look at the interesting architecture, see a show, or stop for a drink and soak up the vibrant atmosphere.

Relax in the beach:

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city streets and take a trip to some of Barcelona’s beaches. Almost 5 km of coast for you to enjoy the wonderful climate

Magic Fountain:

It really does feel magic to experience the beautiful show of water, light and music. The Magic fountain was built in 1929 as one of the main attractions for the Barcelona World Fair and the Font Magica is still one of the most famous spots in Barcelona with an estimated 2.5 million visitors annually.

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Things to do at Ibiza and Balearic Islands:

Watersports:

Ibiza’s clear, blue waters are an irresistible temptation for those eager to try out the island’s many watersports options: jet skiing, parasailing, windsurfing, wakeboarding, scuba diving, deep sea fishing and kayak excursions just to name a few. Swimming and snorkelling are also highly recommended for children and families out on a day at the beach. Conditions are ideal for diving, the sea bed in the Las Salinas national park is a World Heritage site, owing to the ecological importance of the seagrass that grows there.

Ibiza beaches and calas:

Trough 210 km more than 50 beaches and inlets are waiting for you to enjoy the amazing climate and transparent waters.

Discover Balearic Islands travelling by ferry:

Just from a few hours you can discover the wonderful Mallorca and Menorca by ferry. For information on ferry services, contact Ferry Savers

  • Things to do in Madrid:

Madrid's Royal Palace:

The largest Royal Palace in Western Europe. It is located next to the equally beautiful Plaza de Oriente. It was built on the site of the old Alcázar, the Moorish castle destroyed by fire in 1734.

Watch Real Madrid Play:

Santiago Bernabeu hosts one of the best teams of the world. Take a tour of Real Madrid´s history and visit the trophy exhibition, dressing room, panoramic views of the pitch and dressing room tunnel. If you have the chance don’t miss the match specially in VIP area.

Retiro Park :

Enjoy the wide open spaces, rose-garden, boating lake, and the wonderful street theatre at the Retiro Park just in the middle of the city center.

Go shopping trough Salamanca District:

This is one of the most upscale neighborhoods of the city centers, where you can find cool restaurants, fashion bars and expensive shops. The main avenues are Calle Serrano and Calle Velázquez, but it is recommended that you also explore the small.

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  • Why not have your wedding in Spain?

There are many amazing locations for weddings in Spain, so if you’re planning on having a destination wedding here are some places to consider:Palacio de Moratalla: Dates back to the times of Alfonso XII.

San Bartolomé de Lupiana: A beautiful monastery, considered one of the great jewels of the Spanish Renaissance.

El Castillo de Castilnovo: The perfect choice to celebrate a full fantasy and romance and enjoy more traditional Castilian culinary specialties in a fabulous setting.

Mas de Torrent: It is a luxury hotel and spa located in Empordà, thanks to the extensive gardens surrounding the building, and an old renovated farmhouse, the place has become a reference name for bridal world.

El Hotel W Barcelona: It has become one of the coolest places in Barcelona and, therefore, one of the favorite sites of Barcelona to celebrate any event. It also has spectacular views of the beach.

Alhambra Palace and the Albaycin:  Old moorish palaces with courtyards and fabulous gardens and fountains.

Sacromonte Caves:  On the hills facing the La Alhambra, the Sacromonte is located, the oldest quarter of Granada and also a World Heritage Site. There are several wedding venues at this location, where you have the option of holding both the ceremony and the wedding reception.

Olivar de Santa Teresa: In the Montes de Toledo is the Olivar de Santa Teresa. An estate with wide recognition in organizing events, located in an idyllic setting.

Hacienda del Cardenal : The Cardinal Hotel is located in Old Toledano palace built by Cardinal Lorenzana, Archbishop of Toledo in the eighteenth century.

  • Spain Facts:

Population:  47,171,105Currency:  EuroVisa requirements: Spain is one of the countries belonging to the Schengen area.

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