Spain shares the Iberian Peninsula with Portugal and is mostly surrounded by water. This European country’s mix of culture and beauty is the reason why newlyweds from all over the world continue to pick Spain as their honeymoon destination.
While in Seville, make sure to visit barrio de Tria, where you can watch couples dance the Flamenco in old taverns. Art enthusiasts will want their Spain honeymoon vacation to include a trip to Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, the birthplace of Picasso and Miro, as well as the Guggenheim, which is located in Bilbao. Beach lovers will want to visit Costa Brava and Costa de Sol, the most popular beaches in Spain. If you want to add more romance to your Spain honeymoon vacation be sure to check out the secluded beaches of Costa Dorada and Costa Tropical.
No Spain honeymoon vacation would be complete without eating at a Tascas, or tapas bar. Newlyweds will enjoy eating the bite sized portions served here and will want to wash them down with a glass of sangria. Don’t forget to watch a bullfight in a plaza de toros. You can either sit in the sol seats, or sunny side seats, which are cheaper, or the sombra seats, or shade seats, which are more expensive. If you want to run with the bulls in Pamplona, you should book your Spain honeymoon vacation in July, during the Fiesta de San Fermin. If not, you should book your Spain honeymoon vacation in either early spring or early autumn.