Who said you have to go far away to enjoy love? A trip for two, in a unique environment that exudes authentic magic. You have these requirements more than guaranteed in all these locations in our country. If you are planning a getaway with your partner, we are sure that in all these wonderful destinations you will not be able to resist the pleasure of giving it your all: discover them and choose the one that best suits you.

Finisterre, at the end of the earth

Finisterre Lighthouse, in Galicia.
Finisterre Lighthouse, in Galicia.

Is there anything more romantic than saying to your partner: with you until the end of the world? The immensity of the landscape, where the ocean and the sky merge, is the best setting to seal your love. Few sunsets can compete with this one, and without a doubt, it will be the best plan for your getaway. This peaceful fishing village on the Costa da Morte has a unique energy and it is one of the most magical places in all of Galicia and Spain. In addition to watching the sunset from the lighthouse, you can visit the church of Nuestra Señora de las Arenas, where the Cristo da Barba Dourada (the Holy Christ of Finisterre) is located.

Of course, during your stay in Finisterre you will be able to explore the alleys of the medieval historic center and get closer to the small fishing port, where there is no shortage of colorful boats, nor very authentic places where you can enjoy the rich gastronomy of the area.


Zadar city gate and Fosa harbor view, Dalmatia, Croatia


Zadar, the coastal city of Croatia that has become fashionable for its beaches and good weather

San Sebastián, a Valentine’s Day between nature and art

Aerial view of playa de la concha beach in Donostia San Sebastian with Santa Clara island and mount Urgull
La concha beach in Donostia, San Sebastián, with the island of Santa Clara and Mount Urgull

With its exceptional landscapes, its gastronomy and its cultural dynamism, this Basque city will ensure that you will never forget the most passionate date of the year. Among the best plans that await you are touring the Old part, with a stop at the two oldest churches in the city, the Church of Saint Vincent and the Basilica of Saint Mary. And in the afternoon, a relaxing walk at sunset along La Concha beach, where The Comb and the Winda set of three steel sculptures by Chillida, in which nature and art merge. And it is not the only work of the sculptor (of whom this year marks one hundred years since his birth), walking through the city you will find other samples of his art that will not leave you indifferent.

Another interesting plan is to go to the small Santa Clara Island, which can be reached by boat in a few minutes. And the best ending to this evening: a romantic dinner in one of the 8 Michelin star restaurants in the city.

Granada, the most magical sunset

Alhambra in Granada, Spain.
Alhambra in Granada, Spain.

If you close your eyes and think of a destination in Spain full of romance, we are sure that the first thing you will see is the image of the Alhambra at sunset. In addition to this World Heritage monument and its wonderful Renaissance Cathedral, the Nasrid city has other postcard-perfect corners, such as the Saint Nicholas’ lookout, located in the Albaicín neighborhood, from which you can enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. This storybook city, with challenging slopes, small cobbled streets and hidden squares, It will be the best setting to give free rein to your love between sounds of flamenco and aromas of tea shops.

One of the surprises of the trip is the beautiful Walk of the Sad (don’t let the name put you off). It is located in the heart of Granada, between the Alhambra and the Albaicín. During the route that borders the Darro River you will find the Church of San Pedro and San Pablo and the Casa de Castril, a beautiful Renaissance house from the 16th century, which has a walled balcony and hides a curious legend. The Sacromonte neighborhoodknown as that of the gypsies and dotted with white houses, is another of the places that you should visit because among its alleys is the soul of Granada.


The Alhambra, Granada


A tour of Granada in 3 days: essential monuments, itinerary and surroundings

Gijón, charming corners

Sunset view of Gijon old Port, Asturias, Spain
Sunset view of the old port of Gijón, Asturias.

In this destination in northern Spain you breathe love. Bathed by the wild waters of the Cantabrian Sea and surrounded by a wonderful natural environment, Gijón also falls in love with its charming beach located right in the center. One of the most romantic settings is the old neighborhood of Cimadevilla fishermen, with narrow, cobbled streets, full of beautiful corners and charming buildings. Among the most notable places are the Main Square porticoed, with a paved floor and a rectangular shape, and the Plazuela del Marqués, where the monument to Don Pelayo is located. In this wonderful corner, do not overlook the baroque style ensemble that makes up the Collegiate Church of San Juan and the Revillagigedo Palace.

And if you want to party, you can start the night at the Lavaderu Square and finish in the Development area. And of course, one of the most appealing plans is to enjoy the atmosphere by touring the traditional cider houses, where you can see the pouring of natural cider. And if you are a good eater, Gijón will not disappoint you with its strong gastronomy, based on dishes such as cachopo and Asturian fabada.

Albarracín, in search of a storybook setting

Albarracin.
Albarracin.

Can you imagine spending Valentine’s Day in the most beautiful town in Spain? This town in Teruel is so enormously beautiful that it will not seem real to you. And you will find that your charm multiplies at sunset. Located on a hill in the Universal Mountains, at 1171 meters above sea level, the first thing that catches your attention is the defensive wall of Muslim origin on a rocky promontory. Then, upon entering the historic center of Albarracín, its beauty extends through the Plaza Mayor and under the medieval arches and alleys. Among the places that you should not miss is the church of El Salvador (16th century), as well as the beautiful balconies and facades that you will find during the walk. The viewpoints where you can take spectacular photos are also guaranteed.

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