If you are counting the hours, pending the calendar to take a few days at your own pace, take a deep breath. There is less to escape from the routine. Wherever you go, don't forget your sunglasses.
Camino de Santiago de Compostela in its purest form. When you enter O Cebreiro, in the Ancares de Lugo region, you have the feeling of crossing a magical border. Its pallozas, oval huts, barely without windows with stone walls and thatched roof stand out.
If your body asks you for a bit of sea besides a stunning mountain view, Palma de Mallorca is one of the oldest holiday destinations in Spain. The Balearic Islands have it all, from the rural getaway, the deserted coves to the competitive atmosphere of sailing regattas, shopping and the most sophisticated party scene.
On the Asturian coast you can enjoy movie like locations. Cudillero with the Cantabrian Sea roaring in the background alternates with the fishing villages and magical places such as the Selgas Palace, the “Asturian Versailles”. All washed down with cider and generous portions at the table. Cudillero is an essential visit on your approach to the north of spain.
Valle del Baztan
Between Navarra and Guipúzcoa, bordering the French border, the Bidasoa valley offers a spectacular succession of country houses and noble towns. Its peculiar architecture, green landscape, tranquility and a mythical gastronomy will charm you.
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