Top 10 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Spain Tour

Spain is one of the most popular countries in the world among travelers from all around the world. Country has incredible natural lanscape for all age travelers. In this article we have covered places away from most beautiful cities of Spain.

With great beaches, fun nightlife, many cultural regions and historic cities, Spain makes a great destination for any kind of trip. A country of large geographic and cultural diversity, Spain is a surprise to those who only know its reputation for great beach holidays. There is everything from lush meadows and snowy mountains to huge marshes and deserts in the south east. While summer is the peak season because of the beaches, those who wish to avoid the crowds should consider visiting in the winter as attractions such as the Alhambra in Granada and La Gran Mezquita in Cordoba will not be overcrowded.

Following article contains major attaractions of Spain tour, with ranking of top 10 most beautiful places to visit in Spain.

10. Benidorm

Attraction of Benidorm

  • Aqualandia
  • Mundomar aquarium
  • Playa de levante
  • Balcon del Mediterraneo
  • Terra Mitica

Benidorm is a seaside resort on the eastern coast of Spain, part of the Valencia region’s famed Costa Blanca. A tiny fishing village till the 1960s, it’s now a popular Mediterranean holiday destination known for its nightlife. Its 2 wide sandy beaches, Levante Beach and Poniente Beach, are backed by palm-lined promenades, bars and rows of skyscrapers.

Dividing the beaches is rocky Punta Canfali, site of the Balcón del Mediterráneo, a platform offering vistas of the sea and rocky Benidorm Island. Atop Canfali hill stands 18th-century San Jaime Church with its distinctive blue-tiled domes. The old town below has winding cobblestone streets filled with tapas bars, cabarets and late-night clubs as well as shops selling handicrafts, clothing and souvenirs. L’Aigüera is a long, green park with a neoclassical amphitheater hosting open-air concerts. Other popular attractions include Terra Mítica amusement park, Mundomar aquarium, Aqualandia waterpark and Terra Natura zoo.

9. Formentera

Attraction of Formentera

  • S'Espalmador
  • Platja d'Illetes
  • Platja de Migjorn
  • Far de la Mola
  • Calo Des Mort

Formentera is the smallest of Spain’s Balearic islands in the Mediterranean Sea. It’s reachable by ferry from its more crowded, better known island neighbor, Ibiza, and makes for a popular day-trip destination in the summertime. It’s known for its clear waters and long stretches of beach backed by dunes and pine trees. Pastimes include snorkeling and sailing, with equipment rentals and boat charters available.

Although the beaches are traditionally uncrowded, some are more sedate than others, and all are clothing optional. A smattering of restaurants, bars and hotels dot the coast. Common off-beach activities include hiking, cycling and bird-watching. A network of trails wends around beaches, lagoons and lighthouses and into the upland areas. The topography is mostly flat with the exception of La Mola, a peak on the eastern end of the island. Here, the Cami Roma, a Roman path, climbs up along a steep cliff, affording views of the entire island.

8. Costa Blanca

Attraction of Costa Blanca

  • Santa Barbara Castle
  • Terra Mitica
  • Aqualandia
  • Mundomar
  • Terra Natura

The Costa Blanca is over 200 kilometers of Mediterranean coastline in the Alicante province, on the southeastern coast of Spain. It extends from the town of Dénia in the north, beyond which lies the Costa del Azahar, to Pilar de la Horadada in the south, beyond which lies the Costa Cálida. Therefore, it is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Spain Tour.

Costa Blanca has a well-developed tourism industry and is a popular destination for British and German tourists. The localities along the Costa Blanca are Alicante, Altea, Benidorm, Benissa, Calp, Dénia, Elche, El Campello, Finestrat, Guardamar del Segura, L’Alfàs del Pi, Orihuela Costa, Pilar de la Horadada, Santa Pola, Teulada–Moraira, Torrevieja, Villajoyosa and Xàbia. Benidorm and Alicante cities are the major tourist centers.

7. Lanzarote

Attraction of Lanzarote

  • Timanfaya National Park
  • Playa Blanca
  • Jameos del Agua
  • Cueva De Los Verdes
  • Mirador del Rio

Lanzarote, one of the Canary islands off the coast of West Africa administered by Spain, is known for its year-round warm weather, beaches and volcanic landscape. Timanfaya National Park’s rocky landscape was created by volcanic eruptions in the 1730s. Cueva de los Verdes has caverns formed by an underground river of lava. East-coast resort Puerto del Carmen is home to whitewashed villas, beaches and dive centers.

Caletón Blanco is a string of northern coves with calm, clear water for snorkeling, and Famara Beach has surf breaks and cliffs for hang gliding. Guatiza’s Cactus Garden has more than a thousand species of desert-adapted plants. Works by local artist and architect César Manrique are displayed around the island, and his former home in Taro de Tahiche is a museum, with caves built into volcanic rock and Picasso and Miró sketches. On the island’s northern tip is Mirador del Río, with a panoramic view of Graciosa Island. The island’s capital is Arrecife, with its San José Castle now a museum of contemporary art.

6. Ronda

Attraction of Ronda

  • Puente Nuevo
  • Bullring of the Royal Cavalry of Ronda
  • Guadalevin
  • Puente Viejo
  • Cueva del Gato

Ronda is a mountaintop city in Spain’s Malaga province that’s set dramatically above a deep gorge. This gorge (El Tajo) separates the city’s circa-15th-century new town from its old town, dating to Moorish rule. Puente Nuevo, a stone bridge spanning the gorge, has a lookout offering views. New town’s Plaza de Toros, a legendary 18th-century bullring, is one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks.

In old town, the 14th-century Palacio de Mondragón, a former Moorish palace, is decorated with ornate mosaics and surrounded by landscaped gardens. The Parroquia Santa María la Mayor, a church built upon the ruins of a mosque, showcases architectural styles ranging from Gothic to Renaissance. The nearby Museo Bandolero displays weapons owned by 18th- and 19th-century outlaws from the Andalusian region. Beyond old town, the restored 13th-century Baños Arabes (Arab baths) feature vaults with striking, star-shaped skylights. Just outside Ronda lie the ruins of Acinipo, a Roman-era settlement.

5. Malaga

Attraction of Malaga

  • Alcazaba
  • Picasso Museum Malaga
  • Catedral de la Encarnacion de Malaga
  • Gibralfaro
  • Roman Theatre

Lanzarote, one of the Canary islands off the coast of West Africa administered by Spain, is known for its year-round warm weather, beaches and volcanic landscape. Timanfaya National Park’s rocky landscape was created by volcanic eruptions in the 1730s. Cueva de los Verdes has caverns formed by an underground river of lava. East-coast resort Puerto del Carmen is home to whitewashed villas, beaches and dive centers.

Caletón Blanco is a string of northern coves with calm, clear water for snorkeling, and Famara Beach has surf breaks and cliffs for hang gliding. Guatiza’s Cactus Garden has more than a thousand species of desert-adapted plants. Works by local artist and architect César Manrique are displayed around the island, and his former home in Taro de Tahiche is a museum, with caves built into volcanic rock and Picasso and Miró sketches. On the island’s northern tip is Mirador del Río, with a panoramic view of Graciosa Island. The island’s capital is Arrecife, with its San José Castle now a museum of contemporary art.

4. Gran Canaria

Attraction of Gran Canaria

  • Playa del Ingles
  • Siam ParkLas Canteras Beach
  • Natural Dune Reserve of Maspalomas
  • Roque Nublo
  • Palmitos Park

Gran Canaria is one of Spain’s Canary Islands, off northwestern Africa. It’s known for its black lava and white sand beaches. Its southern beaches include bustling Playa del Inglés and Puerto Rico as well as quieter Puerto de Mogán and San Agustín. In the north, capital city Las Palmas is a major stop for cruise ships and duty-free shopping. The island’s interior is rural and mountainous.

The island is home to prehistoric cave dwellings (some inhabited) in the Barranco de Guayadeque valley, as well as an extinct volcano, the Caldera de Bandama. The Real Club de Golf Las Palmas is one of several courses around the island, which take advantage of year-round warm weather. The southern resort town of Maspalomas has a reserve of huge sand dunes and surfing where the beach meets Playa del Inglés. The island’s resorts have bars, clubs, and restaurants serving staples like goat cheese, rabbit, and parrot fish.

3. Tenerife

Attraction of Tenerife

  • Mount Teide
  • Siam Park
  • Teide National Park
  • Loro Park
  • Playa de las Americas

Tenerife is the largest of Spain’s Canary Islands, off West Africa. It’s dominated by Mt. Teide, a dormant volcano that is Spain’s tallest peak. Tenerife may be best known for its Carnaval de Santa Cruz, a huge pre-Lent festival with parades, music, dancing and colorful costumes. The island has many beaches (with sands from yellow to black) and resort areas, including Los Cristianos and Playa de las Américas.

Resorts on the south and west coasts feature high-end restaurants, night clubs, golf courses and water sports like kiteboarding and diving. On the northern side, towns like Garachico and Puerto de la Cruz have more of a traditional, colonial feel, with restaurants serving seafood-focused native Canarian dishes. The capital, Santa Cruz, is a port city with wide, tree-lined boulevards. The island’s interior falls mostly within Teide National Park, encompassing the island’s 3 volcanoes, as well as lava fields, striking rock formations and ancient forests.

2. Ibiza

Attraction of Ibiza

  • Platja d'en Bossa
  • Cala Benirras
  • Cala Comte
  • Cala d'Hort
  • Cala Salada

Ibiza is one of the Balearic islands, an archipelago of Spain in the Mediterranean Sea. It’s well known for the lively nightlife in Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni, where major European nightclubs have summer outposts. It’s also home to quiet villages, yoga retreats and beaches, from Platja d’en Bossa, lined with hotels, bars and shops, to quieter sandy coves backed by pine-clad hills found all around the coast.

Southerly Ses Salinas National Park and the Es Vedrà nature reserve protect cliffs, offshore islets and salt lakes. Boat trips and water sports are popular, with dive sites like Pillars of Hercules caves and the Caves of Light on the northwest coast. The Sa Caleta ruins and Puig des Molins tombs (with museum) are evidence of Phoenician inhabitants from the 7th century B.C. On a hill above Ibiza Town’s harbor, the old quarter of D’Alt Vila has a primarily 16th-century cathedral dedicated to Our Lady of the Snows, plus panoramic views from its Renaissance-era fortifications.

1. Mallorca (Majorca)

Attraction of Mallorca

  • catedral-Basilica de Santa Maria de Mallorca
  • Castell de Bellver
  • Cap de Formentor
  • Drach Caves
  • Cala Millor

Mallorca (Majorca) is one of Spain’s Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean. It’s known for beach resorts,
sheltered coves, limestone mountains and Roman and Moorish remains. Capital Palma has nightlife, the Moorish Almudaina royal palace and 13th-century Santa María Cathedral. Stone-built villages include Pollença, with its art galleries and music festival, and hillside Fornalutx, surrounded by citrus plantations. This place has topped our ranking of top 10 most beautiful places to visit in Spain Tour.

The northern Tramuntana range has steep mountain roads (popular for cycling) and hiking trails with coastal views. Old monasteries include Lluc, a pilgrimage site since the 13th century, and Valldemossa, which has an art museum with works by Miró and Picasso. Sailing and water sports are popular everywhere, and the island’s numerous beaches range from busy northern Port d’Alcudia resort to eastern Cala Mesquida for windsurfing and Cala Mondragó, a snorkeling beach in Mondragó Natural Park. Vineyards in the rural interior offer wine tours.