Other Spain: 5 unknown resorts in the country

Other Spain: 5 unknown resorts in the country

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Other Spain: 5 unknown resorts in the country

Thousands of tourists come to Spain for a portion of the Mediterranean sun and beach holiday. And, as is the case with popular trends, some Spanish resorts are less crowded than its famous neighbors. Fortunately, there still remained a place where the whole family, and lovers of peace may find conditions for a relaxing holiday.

Vivero Spain

Other Spain: 5 unknown resorts in the country

Hidden away in Northern Galicia Vivero – truly one of the unsung wonders of the coast of Spain. Away from the bright lights of the more visited resorts it remains secluded place, filled with magnificent beaches and coves. On all sides surrounded by Vivero hills covered with pine and eucalyptus trees. And the tourists who come here do not regret: the natural beauty of Vivero from their charms. As befits the coastal cities, there are many restaurants with seafood specialties. Spaniards prefer Vivero resorts like Ibiza, considering it a good place to stay. In addition, the climate of Galicia softer even in the hottest months.

Llafranc

Other Spain: 5 unknown resorts in the country

One of the three coastal towns of the municipality of Palafrugell, Llafranc – another great resort in Spain. It is surprising that the Costa Brava still remain less touristy city. But still Dali was delighted Llafranc, preferring to rest on its coast. City bears little resemblance to the rest of the Costa Brava: there is no noisy youths, boisterous parties and tall buildings. In fact, Llafranc – quiet and secluded place, located in a small bay and well hidden from the crowds of European holidaymakers. Thanks to the beautiful beaches and incredible scenery, Llafranc worthy to include it in your itinerary.

Other Spain: 5 unknown resorts in the country

In Llafranc there is a sandy beach, whose length is only 300 meters away. But the infrastructure is well developed: there are bars, shops, promenade walks. Llafranc has kept the spirit of traditional Spain, not the victim of mass tourism. Fishing history of the city can be seen quite clearly. And the Spaniards talk about a quiet Llafranc as a place for a relaxing stay.

Monsul

Monsul is located in the south of the country, in an unspoilt national park. This is one of the less developed beach areas in Spain where tourists will find an abundance of natural beauty and peaceful landscapes. Monsul not for children – there is no entertainment. But this place is ideal for those who need isolation. Study of extensive sand dunes and volcanic rocks would be an unusual experience, and sandy beaches surprise you with its beauty. Monsul – only part of the unexplored beaches of the national park, so the scope for travel opens a truly huge.

Other Spain: 5 unknown resorts in the country

The main secret of the Spanish coast is the most beautiful beaches on the north coast are hidden. For example, Ribadesella – typical fishing town, which is known only dedicated. He is devoid of luster resort towns, but you can safely wander through the wide promenade, inspired by the historic past and natural beauty, to eat in the old center and move to the new town with a sandy beach.

In Ribadesella has its own interest: prehistoric caves with drawings that are still standing.

Es Grau Spain

The tranquil village of Es Grau in Menorca is very close to Mahon. Mahon residents are well aware that it is Es Grau – the green and picturesque part of Menorca. The local beach – shallow and sandy, so the Spaniards come to Es Grau with children. While the smallest splash in the water, teens can enjoy a boat ride along the bay or go for a bike ride. Es Grau makes it a special location in the reserve, which means that the area is ecologically safe. And due to the shallow waters of the Mediterranean Sea is more like a giant natural swimming pool. The very small village – it is possible to get around 30 minutes. It is worth stopping at the beachside restaurant overlooking the lagoon and serves seafood. Prices in Es Grau acceptable: about 4 euros for tapas and 15 euros for a complete meal.

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