Here are some enchanting Spanish towns that you can add to your next trip to Spain.
This medieval town of Ainsa is located south of the Pyrenees and is a must-visit for any travelers. When here, visit the Aínsa Castle, which is nestled at one end of the Plaza de San Salvador, which is also one of the primary highlights of this town.
This charming village of Deia is nestled in the heart of Serra de Tramuntana Mountain Range, on the Spanish island of Mallorca. This destination has been popular among ex-pats, who prefer this scenic spot for innumerable olive groves and cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
This ancient town of Olite will amaze you in many ways. It sits in the province of Navarra in Northern Spain, and as per the records, Olite was founded in the 7th century by the Visigoths. However, it came to life during the 12th century. When you visit this place, make sure you enjoy a tour of the beautiful Palacio Real de Olite, a 13th-century Gothic castle, which once served as the seat of Charles III of Navarre.
Situated in the province of Málaga, Casares is well-known for its whitewashed buildings, which are designed in Moorish style. The landscape looks quite scenic, with the buildings hugging the cliffs and overlooking the Alboran Sea.