Planning a honeymoon in Spain and can’t choose between a beach and a hill station for the beautiful plans? By its world famous beaches, lush meadows, green valleys, hills and snowy mountains, Spain has it all. There is nothing more coveted among the couples than a hot and passionate Spanish romance. While many singles often find themselves swept off their feet by a hot-blooded rogue or vixen on the trip to Spain, visiting couples will find it no chore to live out an idyllic Spanish romance on their own. There's something about Spain which makes it the first choice of couples looking for the romantic break. Especially in the following locations are some of them,
Salamanca in western Spain is known for the beautiful architecture city layout. The small city is a concentrated package of bars, restaurants and shops spread out between the city’s beautiful architecture, most notably Plaza Mayor. The Plaza Mayor was created in the traditional Baroque style and is often referred to as one of the most exquisite squares in all of Spain. The plaza is lined with several shops and restaurants, and connects with several larger shopping hubs. Being considered one of the most spectacular renaissance cities in Europe, modern life in Salamanca is widely devoted to food and shopping, two things no romantic break can be without.
The cozy ancient fisherman's village of Porto Colom on the island of Majorca is a welcome retreat of the busier cities of coastal Spain. It is amongst the most perfect adventurous honeymoon locations in Spain. Hiking and cycling routes, private yachting facilities, head here for an adventurous laid back time together. Majorca is more accessible than the Canary Islands and has a romantic aura all its own. Nestled among the Spain's Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, Majorca features ancient and medieval ruins, caves with pristine underground lakes, and rugged cliffs that protect some of the most beautiful swatches of white sand in Spain.
Madrid is the city of extravagant palaces, majestic plazas and stately parks; by night, los gatos , as the city’s inhabitants are nicknamed, prowl the historic avenues until the early hours indulging their passion for decadent nightlife. It's a perfect spot for the cosmopolitan couple, this Spanish city blends big-urban style and energy with laid-back mediterranean attitude. At the majestic Madrid,where you needn't buy a box of chocolates for your loved one as a Valentine's present or romantic gift. But rather share the chocolate and churros at one of the city's famous churrerias.
Barcelona has always embraced by it's style, bold design and all things new. Barcelona is perfect spot for the cultured honeymooners,by it's quirky blend of elegant museums and structures, lively markets and outdoor cafes, laid-back bar and lounge scene, beaches and rooftops. It is probably Spain’s most famous romantic getaway, dressed in the legendary work of Antoni Gaudi and true Catalan flair. The region’s capital is a walking museum of architects through history, nestled between grand hotels and candle lit restaurants.
The alicante is a historic Mediterranean port, dynamic, attractive, this Spanish city with a castle, old quarter and long waterfront is a great honeymoon spot. The eating scene here is exciting and the nightlife is absolutely legendary. The province of Alicante have been left to laze under the Mediterranean sun undisturbed.