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Rich in history and culture, romantic, sophisticated, and the good life, Spain is a country that both fulfills its stereotypes and still manages to surprise you around every turn, and holidays in Spain are no different. Spain has a surprisingly diverse landscape for a country of its size; the Pyrenees and the Picos de Europa reign in the north while the snow-capped peaks of the Sierra Nevada watch over Grenada and the sun-soaked plains of Andalusia. Spain’s northwest coast is wild, with dramatic coastal cliffs and its wet, verdant green landscape. Cities like La Coruña, Bilbao, or Santander are offset only by the stunning towns on the Mediterranean. And that’s not all! Visit Spain and explore this amazing country from any one of our holiday accommodations. Spain is not only home to stunning landscapes and countryside, but also to a great host of heritages and ancient cultures such as the Phoenicians, the Greeks, the Romans, and Arabs. And you can see these influences across Spain, in its language, in its architecture, its food, and so much more.

Even though some of the most popular attractions in Spain include its fiestas, flamenco, and bullfighting, there is so much more to this great country. After you’ve spent a few days exploring the best things to do in Madrid and going on the top Barcelona tours, make sure you check out some other places to see in Spain. Some of the best Spain tourist attractions and best cities to visit in Spain are outside of Madrid or Barcelona. Discover hidden gems like the old city of Ronda, hike the Camino de Santiago, go beach camping on the pristine beaches of Cabo de Plata….there are so many amazing things to do in Spain, you may just have to come back! Touring the best things to do in Barcelona and Madrid, flamenco in Sevilla, exploring the Jewish quarter in Toledo, to sunbathing on the beaches of Cadiz, or strolling along San Sebastian’s coast, Glamping Hub is here to help you visit the most beautiful places in Spain in the most unique way possible. So start browsing and book your glamping holidays in Spain today!

Things to do in Spain outdoors

There are so many different ways to spend your holidays in Spain, so many amazing places to visit in Spain, and so many different things to do. Spain is a premier world travel destination and it’s easy to see why! Of course, if it’s your first time visiting, you must make time to visit Madrid, tour Barcelona, and the likes. When that’s over, however, a glamping holiday in Spain is really focused on the outdoors. So keep reading to find out about the best things to do in Spain outside!

With numerous national parks, hundreds of beaches, and traditional, historic towns, Spain is full of adventure around every corner. Spain’s northern region is characterized by wild and dramatic mountains and rugged coastlines. A great way to explore this part of Spain is hiking the ‘Camino de Santiago.’ This trail is historically a religious pilgrimage from the border with France all the way across the peninsula ending at the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela. The Camino at one point crosses the Picos de Europa, which is home to the highest summit of the Cantabrian mountain range. The Picos de Europa is national park home to amazing hikes and even more stunning landscapes, like the Lakes of Covadonga and towns like Cangas de Onís. Here you can find some of the best hikes in Spain! There is still so much more to do and see in the north of Spain. Taste different pintxos in San Sebastian, go wine tasting in La Rioja, ski in the Pyrenees, head to the town of Buñol and toss tomatoes in La Tomatina...this is Spain.

As you head south, the landscape changes and you have a whole new host of outdoor activities in Spain to choose from. Once known as the most dangerous hike in the world, ‘El Caminito del Rey’ is one of the country’s most popular outdoor attractions and offers a different kind of hike with amazing views. Follow an old, refurbished service path of a hydroelectric power station as it hugs the cliffs of the reservoirs of El Chorro. After that hair-raising adventure, you deserve to relax. Malaga is home not only to the Picasso Museum and many cultural landmarks, but also some spectacular beaches. Spend a few days on a beach holiday in Malaga or head to Tarifa! Tarifa is one of the most iconic beaches and a great spot for water enthusiasts who love wind and kite surfing, as well as kayaking and scuba diving. Southern Spain is also home to some of the country’s most iconic cultural landmarks and phenomena. Go to a flamenco show in the birthplace of the art form, in Seville. Visit the Alhambra in Granada and wonder at the Moorish architecture and amazing views of the Sierra Nevada. Hike down the gorges in Ronda and see this historic, colonial city from a whole new perspective, then visit the oldest bullring in Spain! No matter how you decide to spend your holidays in Spain, a good time is guaranteed when you book with Glamping Hub. Go glamping in Spain!

Top Spain attractions

Spain’s history and cultural heritage are still visible through its landmarks and architecture. From the Roman ruins of Italica’s amphitheater, Segovia’s aqueduct or Tarraco ruins in Tarragona, to Moorish architecture found in Granada’s Alhambra, Zaragoza’s Aljafería, and the iconic mosque in Cordoba. These icons are contrasted by modern structures such as Ciudad de las Artes in Valencia or the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao. To live and feel the true Spanish experience, fiestas like ‘La Feria de Abril,’ ‘La Semana Santa,’ and ‘Las Fallas’ are worth taking the time to visit. In Spain, art imitates life. Spain’s windswept Roman ruins stand in conjunction with the powerful and ancient cathedrals, and artists like Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, and Antoni Gaudí have left their mark for new generations to discover. And no Spanish travel guide would be complete without at least mentioning the food and wine. In Spain, food and wine are the centers of any gathering, and with good reason. On your holidays in Spain, you can have the best meal of your life in a small tapas bar with standing room only or make a reservation at one of the best restaurants in the world, Celler de Can Roca.

Best time to visit Spain

Great! We’ve sold you on a holiday in Spain, but when is the best time to visit? Spain is home to four different climate zones: the Mediterranean climate, Atlantic, mountain, and subtropical climates. The north is generally colder and wet, while the south is warmer and generally drier. Peak season for tourists is summer, from June through August. Key local holidays include Carnival in Cadiz (February/March), Semana Santa or Holy Week (March or April, when Easter falls), and Las Fallas in Valencia (March). But there’s more! Head to Pamplona for the running of the bulls in July or Buñol’s epic food fight, Tomatina, that takes place each August. No matter what time of year you decide is best to visit Spain, Glamping Hub has the best holiday accommodations in Spain waiting for you.