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BREATHTAKING LOCATIONS OF SOUTHERN SPAIN
Spain is the perfect destination for a road trip, boasting everything from expansive beaches to diverse mountain landscape, each region is incredibly varied, and you'll be hard-pressed to find an itinerary that doesn't leave you feeling inspired to hit the road. In our other Drive to Discover Spain guides, we've explored the best places to visit in Spain including must-see UNESCO sites, the best cultural activities in Catalonia, and the tastiest culinary experiences in Northern Spain. Here we've scoured travel guides, spoke with experts and done some serious Instagram stalking to create this itinerary of the most breathtaking locations in southern Spain.
1. EXPANSIVE VISTA IN FRIGILIANA
'One of the most beautiful villages in Andalusia, Frigiliana cannot be skipped. Stroll the cobblestone streets and journey up to castle ruins that remain at the top of the village. From this spot, travelers can soak up spectacular panoramic views of the Mediterranean sea and surrounding valleys. It's easy to convince yourself that there's no place better in the world.'
2. THE HISTORIC ALHAMBRA & GENERALIFE OF GRANADA
'The Alhambra is one of those places that really lives up to the hype. Located in the pretty town of Granada, this Moorish palace is a spectacular sight by day or by night!'
3. THE DRAMATIC CANYONS BELOW THE KING'S LITTLE PATHWAY
'The now revamped King's Little Pathway (El Caminito del Rey) in Ardales, Andalucia was once known as the most dangerous walkway in the world. With dizzying heights and sheer drops this stunning walk, partly on the ground and partly suspended on the cliff face, is a must-do if you like nature and don't mind heights!'
4. THE MOUNTAINTOP CITY OF RONDA
'Ronda is a stunning village perched dramatically above the El Tajo gorge overlooking the surrounding Andalusian countryside. Visitors from near and far come to enjoy the views from the town's three bridges that are impressive architectural feats in their own right, the town's bull ring (which is the oldest in Spain), and the Arab baths which are some of the best-preserved in Europe. A visit would not be complete without dining at one of the town's many restaurants with a view and enjoying a local meal of tapas or paella.'
5. STUNNING COAST OF MARBELLA
'Marbella is a beautiful resort by the Mediterranean sea, a perfect place to chill, soak up the sun and sample a variety of cuisines. Marbella is a must-visit for surfers too.'
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