The months of July and August are the ones that most Spaniards choose to enjoy their well-deserved vacations. Especially August, the holiday month par excellence in Spain –in France, for example, is the month of July-, the month in which almost everything stops. The Easter holidays are behind us in time and the body and the mind ask to end the routine and rest. Here are 5 types of trips you can do this summer.
1. Of playeo
From June to September, beach destinations are the most chosen by travelers. It is normal. The heat tightens and the body asks for a refreshing dip in the sea or a good dive in a spectacular swimming pool. Furthermore, Spain is a country with almost 6,000 kilometers of coastline has an enormous diversity of beaches. There are them for all the tastes and of all the atmospheres. The hectic and festive beaches of Mallorca, Ibiza, and Tenerife, the beaches of Almería, with much slower tourism and more thought for families and couples. The coolest and “green” summer in the north: Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria, the Basque Country … The enormous beaches of Huelva and Cádiz. The semi-unknown coves of Menorca and Formentera. Or the famous Spanish Levante. The possibilities are endless. On the internet, there are a lot of travel deals that you can not miss.
Forget the early risers. Turn off the alarm clock. Enjoy the water, the touch of the sand. Lie down in the sun. Discover new restaurants. Contemplate the sunset and greet the arrival of the night. Let yourself be carried away by the sea breeze. Have an ice cream on the seafront. Have a cocktail. Live the night. Set aside responsibilities and obligations for a few days. Remember that it is summer and that you are on the beach!
In summer, although it may not seem like it, not everything is the beach. If you are one of those who like nature, the mountain becomes a wonderful option. The good thing about the mountain is that it is not as crowded as the coastal destinations. In addition, in Spain, there are mountain places that have the beach a stone’s throw away. But the ideal is to flee from the crowded places – unless you want to go down the Sella – and savor the pure mountain air, where the temperatures will be milder and the heat more bearable. Don’t forget to bring something to keep you warm at night, which always refreshes in the mountains.
In the mountains, you can do many activities where adventure is the main protagonist. Speleology, river descent – it does not have to be the Sella -, rock climbing, horse riding … Of course, at this time of year, there is nothing more pleasant than hiking trails and ending them with a dip in a natural pool of frozen water. Your batteries will be charged instantly!
Work and day-to-day obligations create stress. The frenetic pace of work, the jobs that are “for yesterday”, the bad ways … cause a dark cloud to form over our heads, metaphorically speaking. With the accumulation of work and tasks, also domestic, a feeling of restlessness can appear, of continuous lack of time.
Nothing better than a spa to send all that discomfort to the garete and clean ourselves inside and out. The tranquility, neatness, and purity of a spa will take away all the ills. Also the physicists. Massages to undo the contractions caused by bad daily postures are complemented by relaxing massages that will leave you looking like new. Contrast baths, hot springs, saunas … everything is designed to be abandoned and enjoy the pleasure of being left to do.
4. Cruises, holidays at sea
Another good way to spend the holidays is to take a cruise. Comfortable – they usually include everything – and fun, they offer you the possibility of knowing various coastal destinations. Beautiful cities, full of life, whether in the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, or the Atlantic.
Live the experience of spending the night on the high seas, feeling tiny in the vastness of the ocean, a small point in the universe. Meet new people, delight in their shows and animations …
A cruise trip is something that needs to be done at least once in a lifetime.
5. International destinations
The statement that Spain has everything is true, but sometimes you feel like leaving home and discovering new places, new cultures, new gastronomies. There is nothing like leaving Spain to break the monotony. Going outside and knowing how they live in other countries is a wonderful way to get to know yourself and to develop personally.
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