In Spain there are many incredible places that we can visit. Beaches, islands, mountains and valleys, even small villages that are not so visited by tourists are a good place for any traveller who wants to have a wonderful experience and get to know new corners of this country. All you have to do is rent a car and drive up and down the country looking for new adventures.Las Villuercas-Ibores in Cáceres (Extremadura) is one of most impressing secret places in all of Spain: five mountain ranges (Alcornocal, Ortijuela, Alta, Viejas, Hospital del Obispo y Altamira), two big rivers (Tajo y Guadiana), high mountains, meadows, chestnut tree and holm oak all perfectly conserved.
Galicia: Is all a spectacular landscape. Through the coasts, the fields and the Galician mountains, full of secluded beauty, you can see great artistic and historic value. The visitors can enjoy a diversity of finds, from traces of the Bronze Age o the fingerprints of Celts and Romans, to the spirit of the Middle Ages with the wonderful landmark the Cathedral of Compostela. (La Coruña).
- El Torcal de Antequera, in the province of Málaga, a landscape of fancy shapes that has no competition. One of the best examples of a karst landscape in Europe.
On the east coast of Majorca, las Cuevas del Drach are one of the natural wonders of the island. They are 2.400 metres long adn at 25 metres down, they should leave everyone amazed. And if that wasn´t enough, inside you can find one of the largest subterranean lakes of the planet, the lake Martel.
Timanfaya, the apocalypse of the vulcanos. It is the biggest volcanic region of the Canary Islands, in Lanzarote, a field of more than 300 volcanos that have spewed out fire and lava steps away from the sea during thousands of years. The landscape of the National Park of Timanfaya, really does look like another planet: petrified lava, deserts of volcanic ash, cracks, craters and curiosities like a floor at a few centimetres deep and thas has a temperature of hell.
- La Tinença de Benifassà in Castellón. The Valencian Community doesn´t just have beaches to sunbathe. Also in the interior of the regiom there are landscapes as surprising as this one.
Fornells in Menorca (Balearic Islands). The north coast is an enchanted island. Apart from being a touristic islad, it is the quietest.
Ordesa in Huesca (Aragón). A National Park since 1918, Biosphere Reserve, Protected area for birds, Diploma del Consejo de Europa, World Heritage. A place to get lost in.
- Urdaibai in Vizcaya (Basque Country). Declared Biosphere Reserve, it is the most important wetland of the Cantabric coast.