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10 places to enjoy a relaxing holiday in Spain

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If you'd like to avoid enormous cities and instead enjoy some peace and quiet, comfort and beautiful nature, these destinations will help you leave all of your stress and daily routine behind.

- Costa Calma, Fuerteventura, the Canary Islands Stroll along the shores to enjoy the shallow turquoise waters or go on a bike ride!- Els Pujols, Formentera, the Balearic IslandsAlongside the soft sandy beaches, you will find a beautiful and relaxing lagoon that opens into the sea.- Altea, the Valencian CommunityTravel back in time with the smell of the sea, ocean views and beautiful little spots connected by cobbled streets.- Tossa de Mar, the Costa Brava, Catalonia.You can discover a lighthouse, ancient Roman walls that were rebuilt in AD 10 and restaurants where you can taste the area's delicious seafood.- The Cies Islands, Pontevedra, GaliciaAll of your stress will melt away as you explore the idyllic landscapes and beaches, some of the best in the world.

Top left: Rodas beach on the Cíes Islands Top right: Els Pujols beach, Formentera. Below: Costa Calma in Fuerteventura

- Anaga, Tenerife, the Canary IslandsTake a stroll through a dense laurel forest that is home to giant lizards. You will find the most primitive nature hidden away in this northern part of the island.- Castropol, AsturiasEnjoy some incredible sights on the right bank of the Eo Estuary, a town that was recognised with the Exemplary Town of Asturias award in 1997.- Soria, Castile and Leon. Soak up the atmosphere of the medieval streets and its Romanesque architecture and listen to the famous song: Camino Soria, by the rock band Gabinete Caligari.- Alcalá del Júcar, Castile-La ManchaMarvel at this charming village located in a spectacular area with a Roman bridge and houses carved into the rocks.-Alcántara, ExtremaduraExperience this real-life beautiful postcard town for yourself as you watch the Tajo river flow under the Roman arched bridge, built between AD 103 and 104.

Top left: Roman bridge at Alcántara. Top right: Alcalá del Júcar. Below: Monastery of San Juan de Duero, Soria
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