Now that we must choose closer and simpler getaway options, it is time to be aware of the true wonders to discover that we have around us. The ten examples below are just a few of the most eye-catching.
1. Burgos – Caleruegua
Caleruega is a town in Burgos located at the confluence of the Sierra de la Demanda and the Ribera del Duero. The Torreón de los Guzmanes, as well as the Roman archaeological remains, are must-sees in this area. It is also necessary to take a tour of its various wineries.
2. Sanabria de Puebla – Zamora
Puebla de Sanabria is a magical town in Spanish geography, located in Zamora, a unique natural environment. It became a fortified town in the 11th century due to its location on the border with Portugal. Its slate houses and Elizabethan facades are both unexpected. The town was designated as a historical-artistic complex.
Teguise is the former capital of Lanzarote until the nineteenth century. The town is notable for being the Canary Islands’ first significant urban settlement. It is not surprising that it has been designated as a historical-artistic complex. Anyone who dares to walk through its historic center’s cobblestone streets will immediately understand.
4. Cadiz’s Setenil de las Bodegas
It is located in the province of Cádiz, and its urban center is a historic complex. It is a member of the Association of the Most Beautiful Towns in Spain because of its viewpoints, which are located in natural rock formations and are included in all of its buildings, creating unique prints.
5. Pollensa, Mallorca
Pollença is one of the most beautiful towns in Spain, thanks to its picturesque Majorcan landscapes. It is a place full of history and exquisite cuisine, in addition to the paradisiacal coves and beaches that make up its coastline.
6. Puertomingalvo – Aragon
Puertomingalvo is located in Aragon’s Maestrazgo Cultural Park. A stroll through its popular architecture is a visual treat. Its 14th century town hall is not to be missed.
7. Asturias Ballasts
Lastres is a charming town in Asturias that stands out for its character as a charming fishing village. The stately homes, fishing port, lighthouse, Calle Real, and narrow streets of its historic center do not disappoint.
8. Guadalajara – Hita
Hita is a charming medieval town in the province of Guadalajara. It is located in the La Alcarria region and is another historical-artistic complex. Its streets are an authentic jewel that transports visitors back to the time of the Cid Campeador. It also has beautiful hiking trails.
9. Almeria – Nijar
One of Njar’s most distinctive landscapes is that of its white houses, which contrast with the clay soil typical of the province of Almera. Its cultural, artistic, and natural heritage are all extremely valuable. It is adjacent to the Natural Park of Cabo de Gata-Njar.
10. Ourense, Castro Caldelas
Castro Caldelas is located in the province of Ourense, in the Ribeira Sacra. Its cobbled and narrow alleys transport you back to the Middle Ages. The Clock Tower is its most distinguishing historical feature.