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Six destinations for travelling together and enjoying as a couple


Travelling, discovering new places, trying different flavours, exploring other cultures and cities… It might be time to start dreaming and planning the next destinations you’ll visit with your significant other. We suggest a few destinations to make your next holiday unique, so you can enjoy a wide range of different landscapes, nature, culture, activities and cuisines.Spain has countless places where you can spend a few romantic days, so it wasn’t easy to select just six.


One of the Canary Islands, these volcanic landscapes can be enjoyed at any time of year, as the average temperature is around 21ºC all year. The russet and grey scenery blends with the white buildings and intense blue sea to create an absolutely unique feeling wherever you go on the island. You can also enjoy delicious traditional dishes like papas arrugadas con mojo and fried kid.Some must-see spots: Timanfaya National Park, Jameos del Agua, Los Verdes cave, Papagayo beach, the Green Lagoon, and the natural swimming pools of Los Charcones.Read more about Lanzarote

Teguise beach in Lanzarote

La Rioja

La Rioja is first and foremost wine country, but it also boasts delicious cuisine. Here you can also find centuries of history, cathedrals and monasteries, with perfectly preserved World Heritage Sites. And for nature lovers, this region offers countless hiking trails where you can wander among the greenery until you forget all about the stress of everyday life.Some must-see spots: the beautiful town of Calahorra, the historic city centre of Logroño, the Vivanco Museum of Wine Culture, and Sierra de Cebollera Natural Park.Read more about La Rioja.

Wine tasting, Calahorra cathedral, and vineyards in La Rioja


The smallest inhabited Balearic Island, which can only be reached by boat, has a unique charm. You’ll experience it yourself when you see its amazing turquoise blue water and white sands. Although tourism has increased in recent years, there are still unspoilt beaches and unique natural settings, with hardly any tall buildings. We recommend visiting in June, September and October, when it’s less crowded.Some must-see spots: Ses Illetes beach, La Mola lighthouse, the hippie markets, Caló d´es Mort, and sunset from Cala Saona.Read more about Formentera.

Cala Saona, Formentera


Iconic buildings, culture, beaches, cuisine… There are too many reasons for a trip to Santander to list here. If you decide to visit in summer you’ll have more sunshine, but winter in northern Spain has its own unique charm.Some must-see spots: La Magdalena peninsula, the cathedral, Plaza de Pedro Velarde, Sardinero beach, Cabo Mayor lighthouse, and the Centro Botín.Read more about Santander. 



This is one of the most beautiful and characterful medieval cities in Spain, where for centuries Christians, Jews and Muslims lived together in peace. Its narrow cobbled streets, heritage buildings and horseshoe arches will have you dreaming of past ages.Some must-see spots: La Bisagra gate, the mosque of Cristo de la Luz, Plaza del Zocodover, the Alcázar of Toledo, the cathedral, and the viewing point over the river Tagus.Read more about Toledo 

The Bisagra gate in Toledo


It doesn’t matter if you prefer the beach or the countryside, because the city and province of Cádiz give you both options. And nibbling pescaito frito and enjoying a drink on one of its lively streets is a perfect way to spend time as a couple. The festive atmosphere is the same all year, but if you want to go swimming off its beaches of golden sand, it’s best to go from May to October, when the weather is dry and warm.Some must-see spots: the seafront promenade, La Caleta beach, Santa Catalina castle, Plaza de las Flores, and the Pópulo neighbourhood.Read more about Cadiz

Cadiz cathedral, Andalusia

That’s all we have for you today. We hope you took a few notes, so you can cross some destinations off your wishlist sooner rather than later.

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