One of the most beautiful and exciting countries in the world

Spain is a beautiful and exciting European country with such a wide range of architectural styles, landscapes, microclimates and towns, from cosmopolitan cities like Madrid and Barcelona to Moorish gems like Granada and medieval hamlets like lively Laguardia in La Rioja wine country. Here is a list of some of the loveliest Spanish cities and towns, with a brief overview and some highlights. Happy Travels.

  • Barcelona


    Barcelona is the culinary capital of Spain, Join CellarTours in experiencing the food and wines in this must visit gourmet capital

  • Begur


    Catalans are very proud of the Costa Brava (The Rugged Coast) and with good reason – despite the inevitable development, much of the coast has remained wild and untamed.

  • Bilbao


    Bilbao, gateway of Northern Spain Culinary delights, you will experience Basque cuisine first hand with CellarTours

  • Briones


    Briones is a quaint medieval village in the La Rioja wine country in Northern Spain and its wineries and restaurants are a "must" on a visit to the region.

  • Burgos


    Burgos is a historical city in the north of Spain, from here you can explore the wine regions of Rioja and Ribera del Duero.

  • Cáceres


    Cáceres is one of Spain's most beautiful medieval towns, located in the atmospheric southwestern region of Extremadura, adjacent to Portugal's Alentejo.

  • Cadaquès


    Cadaquès is an ideal stop off point on any luxury tour of Costa Brava. The fishing village is full is small artisan shops and charming little restaurants

  • Cordoba


    Situated on a curve of the Guadalquivir River, with countryside spreading out in every direction, Cordoba boasts a fascinating and romantic history.

  • Cudillero


    Colorful Cudillero on the Costa Verde, Asturias is a delightful town full of outdoor cafes and excellent seafood restaurants.

  • Ezcaray


    Ezcaray is a small inviting town that combines history, culture, gastronomy, and style into a lively base for exploring the gorgeous Rioja wine region.

  • Getaria


    Getaria is a must visit beautiful Basque village renowned for its fashion museum, its Txakoli wines and ultra fresh seafood restaurants.

  • Gijon


    Increasing numbers of discerning visitors are discovering the exquisite green landscapes and vibrant culture of Asturias and Cantabria

  • Girona


    Girona is the second culinary capital of Catalonia, Join CellarTours in experiencing the food and wine delights of Girona.

  • Granada


    Granada boasts a rich historical legacy, not least the Alhambra palace-fortress, which dominates the skyline from its hilltop perch.

  • Haro


    Haro represents the very soul of the Rioja region. The administrative capital of La Rioja is actually Logrono, yet there is an almost indescribable magic to this small, attractive town situated in the north of the zone.

  • Hondarribia


    Basque Country is the best region in Spain for gourmet food and wine tours & Hondarribia is one of the loveliest Basque cities with a distinct French accent

  • Jerez de la Frontera

    Jerez de la Frontera

    Jerez del la Frontera is home to many of Spains oldest world famous Sherry Bodegas, with CellarTours and taste the local delights

  • Laguardia


    Laguardia is a beautiful medieval town in the center of La Rioja wine country. It is an excellent base for excursions to near by wineries.

  • Lastres


    The charming harbour, Lastres boasts spectacular mountain scenery, winding cobbled streets, gorgeous beaches, great tapas bars and a lively cultural scene.

  • León


    León is an ancient city on the Camino de Santiago, and is famous for its stunning cathedral and old quarter full of charming tapas bars.

  • Logroño


    Logrońo is the capital & main economic center of Rioja's wine region in Spain and is a lively town with world famous tapas bars and wine themed restaurants

  • Madrid


    Madrid is an exciting and vibrant capital, join CellarTours, enjoy VIP Wine tastings and Gourmet Food and Wine Tour in the Spanish Capital.

  • Oviedo


    Oviedo, a lively university city, is undoubtedly the cultural and commercial capital of the Asturias region. Of course, it lacks the renown and globalized agenda of Barcelona and Madrid, yet Oviedo definitely warrants a detailed investigation

  • Palma de Mallorca

    Palma de Mallorca

    Mallorca is an extremely interesting place to visit and is having a gastronomic and cultural Renaissance at the moment.

  • Pamplona


    Pamplona, capital of the delightfully picturesque Navarra region, is best known for its daredevil bull-running fiesta, which is held in July.

  • Ponferrada


    Ponferrada is a Spanish village located in the heart of Bierzo wine country and on the Camino de Santiago.

  • Ronda


    Ronda is a spectacularly perched pueblo blanco in Spain's atmospheric Andalucía, with great wines, quaint museums and a beautiful old town.

  • Salamanca


    Salamanca is an exciting and vibrant city, join CellarTours, enjoy VIP Wine tastings and Gourmet Food and Wine Tour in Salamanca.

  • San Sebastian

    San Sebastian

    Spectacularly located on the famous, shell-shaped bay, San Sebastian, (also known as “Donostia”) is undoubtedly one of Spain's most elegant cities.

  • San Vicente de la Sonsierra

    San Vicente de la Sonsierra

    San Vicente is a fairytale village and an important gateway into the region's past.

  • Santander


    The spectacular Picos de Europa massif sits astride the border between Asturias and Cantabria – a land of ancient towns, pretty fishing villages, mountain valleys and forested foothills.

  • Santiago de Compostela

    Santiago de Compostela

    Santiago de Compostela in the northwest of Spain is the final stop on the camino pilgrimage and is a great rest stop on a luxury tour of green Spain.

  • Santillana del Mar

    Santillana del Mar

    Is this Spain's prettiest village? We would certainly argue that it is, despite the old amusing saying that Santillana del Mar is “The Town of Three Lies”

  • Segovia


    Segovia in the heart of Spain, is a wonderful stop off on a luxury food and wine tour of Spain with CellarTours.

  • Seville


    Seville is without a doubt one of the most beautiful cities. It is almost like a living museum, particularly in the old Jewish quarter, Santa Cruz

  • Sitges


    Sitges, barely a half-hour away from glamorous Barcelona by train, attracts everyone from jet-setters to young backpackers, honeymooners to weekending families, Barcelona night owls

  • Toledo


    Perched on a hill, overlooking the Tagus River, lies the atmospheric and historic Toledo, boasting a splendid amount of architecture, dating back centuries.

  • Vitoria


    Vitoria-Gasteiz, is probably the most underrated city in Spain. It is the capital of the southern Basque province of Alava, which produces some of the best wine in Rioja.

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