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7+1 Villages you should visit in Spain

7+1 Villages you should visit in Spain – Spain! A destination that remains indelible in the memory of those who visit it. Known for Antoni Gaudi’s architectural masterpieces, the Spanish cuisine, and the fiery temperament of its people. 

Barcelona and Madrid are the two most famous cities. Nevertheless, other places unfold the magic of Spanish culture and architecture. We found 7+1 villages worth adding to your list, let’s see them:

1. Valldemossa, Mallorca

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Valldemossa is considered one of the most beautiful and charming villages in Spain.  Once you set foot at this romantic village, you will feel like you are back in the time. Take a stroll in the cobbled streets of the village, discovering a beautiful world.

2. Ronda, Málaga

Restaurants, tapas bars, wineries, and beautiful landscapes constitute this beautiful village in Málaga. You will be impressed by the palace La casa del Rey Moro and the Puente Nuevo – a historic bridge with a guardhouse museum.

3. Cudillero, Asturias

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A colorful village in a semicircle structure embracing the sea. The village’s main economic activities are related to tourism, so expect nothing else than relaxed, beautiful vacations.

4. Sallent de Gállego, Huesca

Whether you choose this village either for your summer vacations or your winter vacations, it is sure that you will have a great time. A charming village where you can unwind, or indulge in activities such as hiking or conquer the mountains by skiing in the Formigal ski area (15 minutes away).

5. Alquézar, Huesca

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Located between Catalonia and Navarre, this village is one of the most well-preserved villages. Medieval houses take you to other times while landscapes are real wonders of nature.

6. Zahara de la Sierra, Cádiz

In this village, you will be enchanted by the beautiful landscapes. The white houses spread the tranquillity and serenity while the view of the castle is breath-taking. Enjoy the local cuisine in the village square, discover it by hiking in Grazalema nature park, and cycling.

7. Vejer de la Frontera, Cádiz

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If you set foot to Zahara de la Sierra, take an excursion to Vejer de la Frontera. You can call it a culinary journey since this village is famous for its gastronomy. Pay a visit to the Monastery Nun where next to it you will also see one of the most-visited monuments of the village.

8. Fornells, Menorca

Fornells is a fishing village in Menorca and is famous for its blue waters, the picturesque marina, and restaurants. It is an ideal place for unwind holidays!

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