Places to visit in Spain this Summer


Between now and September is when the majority of us take time off work and have are main holiday of the year.

There’s nothing better than a week or two away in another part of Spain to unwind from work and  recharge our batteries.

Spain  is not just a holiday destination for tourists, It has many amazing sights for us all to visit. So if you’re lucky enough to get some time off work this summer then here are a few places worth visiting:

The Roman Bridge and the Mezquita (Córdoba)

Sitting above the Guadalquivir River, the Roman Bridge was built more than 2,000 years ago. It has 16 arches and measures 300m in length. It is one of the most important crossing points in Spain. The Mezquita (mosque)  most notable for its giant arches was host to a Roman temple. If you like architecture and history then the Mezquita is a fantastic place to visit.

Puente Romano

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Ronda (Málaga)

One of the oldest cities on the peninsula, Ronda is found 750m above sea level. The spectacular views taken in from the top of the cliffs and mountains of Ronda make this town in Málaga one of the most magical in Spain.Ronda


The Amphitheatre of Mérida (Badajoz)

For those that like to visit historical sites, this famous Roman amphitheatre, where gladiators fought and lost their lives centuries ago, in Mérida is a must.



La Albufera, (Valencia)

The Albufera is a natural park south of the city of Valencia. It’s a huge freshwater lagoon and contains the largest lake in Spain. It is home to thousands of different species of wildlife that you won’t find anywhere else. A natural haven of peace and tranquillity, you can tour the lake and park by bus or boat.



El Monasterio de Piedra, (Zaragoza)

This impressive monastery was built in the 12th century by thirteen Cistercian monks within the surroundings of the Piedra River, which also shaped the land around it over the centuries. Waterfalls, lakes and natural caves are a number of the beautiful sights of nature that you can see in the area. The monastery is now a park a hotel complex.