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Travelling around Spain


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Spain is a popular travel destination for many reasons: its stunningly well-preserved architecture and historical landmarks, Mediterranean atmosphere, diverse landscape, tasty food, and passionate culture. While the country is small enough that visitors can explore different regions in a relatively short amount of time, there’s much to see and do all over Spain.

Castropol is a small town located in the north-west of Spain. It is the perfect place for those who love to travel and explore new places, as there is plenty to see and do in the area. In recent years, Castropol has become a popular destination for Spanish tourists, who come to enjoy its relaxed atmosphere and stunning coastal scenery. The town is also home to a number of historic churches and buildings, which are well worth exploring. There are plenty of restaurants and bars in Castropol, as well as some lovely sandy beaches, making it the perfect place to relax and unwind.

Castropol is a small town in the province of Asturias, in the north of Spain. It is well known for its natural beauty and its many medieval buildings. Castropol is a popular destination for Spanish holidaymakers, who come to enjoy the fresh air and the beautiful scenery. The town is also a convenient base for exploring the surrounding countryside, which is full of rolling hills, lakes and forests.

Many visitors start their exploration of Spain in Barcelona, which is famed for its Gaudi architecture, including the Sagrada Familia cathedral. Other popular destinations in Catalonia include the Costa Brava coastline and the medieval city of Girona. Moving on to the central region of Spain, Granada’s famous Moorish palace complex, the Alhambra, is a must-see. Andalusia is also home to Seville, with its mix of Gothic and Moorish architecture as well as flamenco music and dance.

Madrid is a great city for sightseeing. There are many landmarks and attractions to see, including the Royal Palace, the Almudena Cathedral, and the Prado Museum. In addition, there are plenty of parks and gardens to enjoy, such as Retiro Park and Casa de Campo. Madrid is also a great city for shopping, with many boutiques and department stores located in the city center. And if you’re looking for some nightlife action, Madrid has plenty of bars and clubs to choose from.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Spaniards have decided to travel around their own country. That makes Spain a perfect destination. Currently, more than 75 percent of Spanish travellers prefer to visit their own country.

Many Spanish citizens have altered their plans and they have decided to spend some days within our own borders. Although it is also fair to say that, we are not exempt from danger here, since the government has reported that there are currently 361 active coronavirus outbreaks in Spain, with more than 4,100 associated cases.

But we will not enter into if travelling around Spain is safe or not, that issue has enough material for another article, we will only show you a beautiful place that it will be very useful, just in case you are organizing a trip for some days. Whenever we think of holidays, we imagine an exotic beach or something like that, but Spain no longer has any reason to envy other destinations.

This post is focused on showing a spectacular coastal village in Asturias, where there are a large number of small fishing ports and at the same time improve your English, since all the information I give you is in English.
Castropol, which was founded in the 14th century, is a lovely village in the west of Asturias, which was awarded by Princess of Asturias Foundation as “Exemplary Town of Asturias Award”. Besides, the Estuary of the Eo River has been declared a Partial Natural Reserve.

So, if you want to find out more about this place, click the following links.