We all need to disconnect, and forget about an accelerated week (or a month, or a year). Therefore, looking for a travel destination that makes us completely forget about the bad past, or better, allows us to adopt a relaxed pace, is the ideal to combat everything bad in modern life. Next, 10 anti-stress destinations in Spain:
Cadaqués, Costa Brava
Cadaqués is a corner of Spain lost in time, in the Alto Ampurdán region. Isolated for decades, it is preserved as a fishing village in a dream setting. With a calm soul, in the middle of intact natural parks, coves and perfect beaches, there is nothing more to ask for. Almost, like the perfect anti-stress formula.
La Alberca, Salamanca
At 1084 meters above sea level, La Alberca or Valdelaguna is an almost unique town, due to the layout of its streets and houses. Almost like a story town, near prehistoric caves, and in the midst of great natural beauty, is an anti-stress remedy for most of the year. With the exception of August 15, when the Assumption of Marí is celebrated, tranquility reigns for most of the year.
Peñalba de Santiago
The Middle Ages, seems to have stayed forever in this place of Leon. Peñalba de Santiago preserves slate houses, covertizos, churches, with a frozen appearance in the last corner of the Silence Valley. Fighting stress in this place seems very easy.
Ansó is situated in a valley in the Aragonese West Pyrenees, and is proof that natural beauty can be an anti-stress remedy. Currently, rediscovered for tourism, it has the magic of places that changed almost nothing for centuries, something that in Spain in recent years has been a difficult task. However, Ansó manages to avoid the massification, conserving its architectural, landscape and, above all, tranquility values.
Often, chosen as the most beautiful town in Spain, Albarracín is a unique combination of beauty and history. It has an old town on the slopes of a mountain, next to the Guadalaviar river. With a reddish hue in its constructions, it is from each angle a postcard.
Begur, Costa Brava
In the middle of Costa Brava, Girona, the city of Begur concentrates some of the most beautiful landscapes of the coast of Spain, to enjoy an environment of a lot of green and arinconadas coves. As if that were not enough, the old town takes us to another time in an environment that knew how to avoid drastic changes in its urbanization.
Cuideiru in Asturian, or Cudillero, is a fishing village held on the side of a hill that meets the sea on a steep slope. The place, together with the colorful architecture, make it a small-scale paradise, especially in summer, when the weather invites you to stay.
Near Malaga, the town of Ronda is one of the best surprises in Andalusia. The curious geography shows us one of the most capriciously located villages in Spain. Near the Costa del Sol, and on the route of the white villages, the picturesque landscape is the opposite of mass tourism.
Many times, chosen to illustrate the postcards and tourist posters of Andalusia, Casares adapts to the landscape of the Sierra Bermeja, full of quiet corners that reflect the stereotype of the Andalusian white people that, from Spain, has traveled around the planet.
Cíes Islands, Pontevedra
The archipelago in the Rías Bajas, Province of Pontevedra, gains recognition for its landscape, its ecosystem, and even its beaches, chosen among the best in the world in some publications. A popular legend tells that God rested in the Cíes Islands on the seventh day. Belief, somehow illustrates what the place conveys. Stress has a hard time.