Five impressive villages for Valentine’s Day

Love is in the air… and February is the month of love. Proof of this is the hearts, arrows of love and cupids that fill the shop windows and shopping centers in the area. So by February 14 around the corner, we leave you a small guide of five charmed villages, where you can enjoy with your partner, or whoever you fancy;)

 

Mojácar, the charm of the white town

 

 

This Almeria town has been called one of the most beautiful in Spain, and it is not for nothing, its Arab atmosphere, mixed with the modern and contemporary architecture of the place, makes it a unique town.

 

For those who have already had the opportunity to visit it, you will know that Mojácar is divided into two, the town and the beach, in addition the beaches of Mojácar are one of the most attractive in Almeria, since it has 17km of virgin beaches and that form part of the Cabo de Gata Natural Park.

On the other hand, the town is full of places that you can not miss, such as the Fuente de la Mora, the Plaza del Parterre, the Church of Santa María or the Torreón, although on the website of Turimo de Mojácar you will find very useful information for your romantic getaway.

 

Alcalá del Júcar, history with natural beauty

 

 

This town in the Albacete county is another classic, and could not miss in our romantic guise. The town itself is beautiful, but we also invite you to discover its surroundings such as the Natural Sites of the Tranco del Lobo or the Natural Park of Hoz del Júcar.

 

In addition, for the more athletes there are several hiking and MTB routes of different difficulties that will make your getaway even more interesting.

 

Another great attraction of this beautiful town is the cave-houses, the most famous is the Cueva del Diablo, but you can also visit the Masagó or the Garadén Caves. Do not forget to visit the Hermitage of San Lorenzo, the Castle, the Church of San Andrés, or the architectural singularities as the Roman Bridge.

 

More info: https://www.lospueblosmasbonitosdeespana.org/castilla-la-mancha/alcaladeljucar

 

Pampaneira, the white sea between mountains

 

 

Pampaneira is a Granada village located in the region of La Alpujarra, and is located on the southern slope of the Sierra Nevada. This little town of just 300 inhabitants and 18 km2 is perfect to lose yourself with your partner or without her/him. It is a place that is easily to walk in one or two hours, that is if you do not stop to take photos, because every corner of Pampaneira is perfect for Instagram picture.

 

In the center of the town you will find the Plaza de la Libertad, from where all the roads of the town leave, there you will find restaurants, shops and terraces where you can rest. In addition, in the heart of the square is the Church of the Holy Cross, which dates from the sixteenth century and is mandatory visit Pampaneira. Without a doubt, a place to get lost in time.

 

More info: http://www.turgranada.es/municipio/pampaneira/

 

Frigiliana, the award-winning town

 

 

You will be asked why Frigiliana is the award-winning town, as it has an easy explanation, this town from Málaga won the First National Embellishment Award in 1982, and since 2014 its historic center has been an Artistic Historic Site.

 

And with these credentials, who does not want to visit now? In addition, this village consists of a wide range of tourist services, from its Archaeological Museum, its old town and its different monuments such as El Ingenio, which is a honey factory of the early twentieth century or the remains of the Arab Castle. The perfect place to surprise your partner.

 

More info:https://www.turismofrigiliana.es/es/que-ver-en-frigiliana.html

 

 

Morella, the medieval village

 

 

If we go into Castellón, we find this small town north of the province and whose municipality borders with Teruel. Morella, apart from being part of the list of one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, also has a great historical and cultural wealth.

 

Just 6km from the town, we find the Morella La Vella farmhouse where you can visit the cave paintings, which were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1998. Moreover, you can also visit the Castle, in the which you can see the various traces of the people who have lived in this town, but its greatest peak was in the Middle Ages.

 

A good date to visit this town, is from February 22 to 24, 2019, since during that period “Morella Negra” is celebrated. A whole weekend full of gastronomic events and black literature, where you can combine the best black novel of the country with a succulent variety of tapas and wines.

 

More info: http://www.morellaturistica.com