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Visit these postcard-worthy pictures which paint a pretty portrait of Spain’s lesser known regions!
Costa Del Sol
Located East of Malaga, this coastline is a must-visit because of its mild climate – making it possible for tourists to enjoy the beaches all year round!
Built during the mid-14th century, this stunning palace and fortress found in Granada is described by Moorish poets as “a pearl set in emeralds.”
Declared a UNESCO World Heritage site back in 1986, this culturally rich municipality was once the capital of the Spanish Empire.
The Royal Palace
This majestic site is used by the King of Spain for state ceremonies in Madrid. Many collections of royal importance are still kept within the palace.
The Great Mosque of Cordoba
This is the world’s third largest mosque. It is a fine example of Islamic art in the western world.
This place of worship was built to show the city’s power and wealth after the Reconquista. It is the third largest church and the largest gothic building in Europe.
Plaza De Espana
This semi-circular plaza is one of Seville’s most popular tourist attractions. A magnificent example of Renaissance architecture, the plaza was used as the location for the royal planet of Naboo in Star Wars: Episode II.
See you at the South of Spain!