Maybe it’s the flowing red wine, the tempting tapas or that something special in romantic spain which makes it so irresistible to romantic travellers. Spending your Honeymoon in Spain has got everything a romantic getaway could ask for.
This vibrant, diverse country boats impressive city lights, dreamy streets and one of the longest stretches of coastline in Europe.
Not to mention you’re in one of the finest countries in the world for late night wining and dining, romantic strolls and breakfast in bed.
With its Horse Festival in May and the Sherry Heritage, this Cadiz city is also well known for its flamenco bars.
This city is not so busy as other Andalucian destinations but the Spanish horses, Sherry Wines and atmosphere make it worth the trip.
Alhambra Palace, Granada
Granada seems to have been designed for a couple’s getaways. With some of the best views in Spain. Granada tops it all off with its Arabic influenced culture, cuisine and architecture.
Head to the Parador for a romantic al fresco dinner overlooking the generalife gardens.
The city also boasts an abundance of spas and bathhouses inspired by the Al Andalus legacy.
If you find the metropolitan city lights are a more romantic backdrop then Madrid is the obvious choice.
The Spanish capital Madrid is city of excess with imposing architecture.
A thriving arts and culture scene makes it the best place to impress in the country.
Or enjoy a Spanish Sunset from the Circulo de Bellas Artes terrace.
For some the hustle and bustle of city breaks may not fit in with the idea of a romantic getaway.
Choosing to stay on Spain’s extensive coastline is the ideal alternative – with Costa del Sol and Costa de la Luz offering some of the best sunset spots in Spain.
Inland from the Costa del Sol, Ronda is perhaps one of the prettiest locations in Malaga province. A good option for a day trip. Its dramatic gorge linking the old town is the perfect setting for an afternoon stroll.
Then again, you don’t have to choose between city lights and strolls along the beach when you have cities like Valencia, offering both in close proximity.
Spain’s third biggest city comes with none of the intensity of Madrid or Barcelona – feeling more like a giant town – making it the perfect city break away from city life itself.
Valencia still feels very Spanish and has beaches close to the city too.
Don´miss the Agua de Valencia (Cava and fresh orange juice) drink.
Famous for its flamenco and springtime orange blossom fragrance, Seville is a city made to fall in love with.
With a history of inspiring famous writers, poets and composers. It is easy to get swept up in this corner of romantic Spain. Romance in one of Europe’s most seductive cities.
It is also very photogenic too. See Instagrammable Places in Seville for more inspiration.
Head up to the Setas de Sevilla to enjoy panoramic views of the city or pop along to the Plaza de España to hire a rowing boat in the lake there.
The small city of Salamanca is a concentration of bars, restaurants and shops. Mixed in amongst the city’s beautiful architecture. Most notably its Grand Plaza Mayor. As well as being one of the most spectacular renaissance cities in Europe.
Modern life in Salamanca is widely devoted to food and shopping. Two elements no romantic break can be without.