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Where to Honeymoon in Spain? 6 Spots You Should Never Miss!

Hello brides! Or shall I say, Hola novias!? Have you decided on Spain to be your honeymoon destination? Excellent choice! Spain is known to be one of the best honeymoon locations due to its romantic, fairytale-like spots and finger-licking-good food. That said, let’s have a closer look at 6 places you should visit while in Spain.

San Sebastián

San Sebastián is the treasure of the Basque Country in northern Spain and the perfect honeymoon destination for foodies, beach lovers, and historic waterfront seekers. In the morning, head to La Concha (The Shell), one of the city's two beaches that was recently chosen as the best in Europe, and the long strip of La Zurriola for surfing and bodyboarding. In the evening, explore the old town's streets.


As one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, Seville will satisfy your senses with its fascinating history, amazing flamenco culture, and mesmerizing old town. With gardens and Arab-style décor, the city's Alcazar is perfect for romantic morning activities. Sip your favorite cup of coffee at one of the city's rooftop bars before watching a flamenco show.


Granada is one of the most romantic cities in Spain. The hilltop Alhambra is set against the snow-capped Sierra Nevada Mountains, making it look like a fairy tale. Stroll the narrow streets of Albaicín, the Moorish district of Snow White that looks more like Morocco than Spain. Drink mint tea and gape at Spain's multicultural history. Another must-see area is Sacromonte, home to the Romans who traditionally lived in cave houses in this area, and flamencos.


This city is known for its world-class clubs and romantic spots, making it a must-visit honeymoon destination. Whether you want to sway and dance all night or enjoy a relaxing break in your beachfront hotel, this city will deliver. If you’re looking for a location where you can find peaceful scenery, stylish bars, and loads of activities, Ibiza is the ideal place to be.


Although Spain’s two biggest cities, Madrid and Barcelona, always take the spotlight, Valencia remains an undiscovered gem, where its regular visitors come for its excellent cuisine, beaches, and wonderful old town. It is an ideal destination for you if you want to be in a beachside location that has amazing restaurants and historic streets. Don’t forget to visit Europe’s biggest aquarium at the City of Arts and Sciences, relax on the beach, and wander around the old town.


If you’re an adventure junkie, you will find this city extremely lovely with its amazing beaches, breathtaking landscapes, and lots of activities. Climb the face of the volcano and explore the exquisite rock formations. Once you’re done with the adventurous sports, you can relax on its stunning beaches and go stargazing at night.


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