Ávila is a hill town at 1131 meters altitude, on the banks of the Adaja River. From far away you can see the massive walls with dozens of defense towers – best preserved from all over Spain. The walls of Ávila have been declared a National Monument in 1884. The old town with all the churches inside and outside the fortification are UNESCO patrimony since 1985.
When I talk to a tourist, the only cities he knows in Spain are Madrid and Barcelona. Rarely Sevilla is included on his list. I stayed in Spain about six months and I visited as much as I could. Almost every weekend was about a different city. So, dear tourist, let me introduce you five incredibly beautiful places you must know about now and add them on your list!
I’m not at all a fearful person and I thought that no adventure park could impress me to the point that it makes me want to return over and over again. Moreover, I was sure that nothing could raise my adrenaline so much that it scares me. What a lovely feeling! Unfortunately, I discovered this place a little bit late – in 2013.
If you spend few days in Alicante and you want to go to the beach, I recommend you the perfect place for that: Playa de San Juan. It’s not far from the city, precisely no more than 30 minutes driving, and it has the finest sand I’ve ever seen.