- By John
- On Oct 30, 2018
- Travel Tips
Spain, is a country so special and unique that those who visit for the first time will most likely feel right at home, and will almost always return.
Amazing destinations in Spain must visit
El Tajo Gorge, Ronda
Ronda is one of Spain’s oldest towns, dating back to the 9th century BC. Not only is this mountaintop village quaint and picturesque, the gorge that splits Ronda is simply magnificent. Each angle of the gorge looks different—perfect for budding photographers hoping to get that amazing shot. You can even cross the gorge by walking over the Puente Nuevo bridge.
Insider tip: Once you’ve snapped the gorge from every direction possible, head into town to eat some rabo del toro (oxtail), Ronda’s speciality.
Los Gigantes, Tenerife
Rising between 500 and 800 meters (1,640 and 2,625 feet) above sea level, Los Gigantes are enormous cliffs that tower above the ocean. Situated on Tenerife, one of Spain’s seven Canary Islands, the cliffs are truly a natural beauty. Enjoy the gorgeous panoramic scenery by climbing up to the viewpoint, strolling the beach down below, or even do some hikes if you dare. A visit to the nearby black sand beaches (made from volcanic ash) can complete your day of fun on the island.
Insider tip: Visiting Los Gigantes (and Tenerife in general) is the ideal trip if you’d like to explore Spain but don’t speak any Spanish. The high expat population guarantees you’ll always be able to find someone who speaks English.