Where's a beautiful, quiet place to go in spain in July that is affordable and isn't overrun with tourists (ideally coastal)?
Miles is bang on the money with San Seb. I flew into Bilbao in the middle of their 'Big Week' and took a bus over to San Sebastian, where you will get immersed in northern Spanish culture if you track your way through the old town. Back in the end of '07 I drove along the east coast, through Girona, Pals, and right up to Roses. The whole coast is amazing, and it seems that it is really only the Spanish tend to holiday up there. I am actually headed back to Spain in June this year... off to explore the south so I'll let you know! about 11 years ago
Hi all we are going to fly into Barcelona soon and we have approximately 2 weeks in Spain, any suggestions on what we should do?
Agree with both guys above, definitely check out the old town of the right of LaRambla as you are walking towards the beach, great old architecture and amazing street art. Gaudi's walk is a must, you can pick up a walking map in most backpacker or hotels and you can trek the city checking out all of his skitched out designs. Also, near the aquarium, you can catch a cable car to the top of the mini-mountain (I have forgotten what it is called!) but you see over the entire cityscape, gorgeous at sunset. If you get the chance to head out of Barcelona see if you can make your way north east and stay in Laguardia in the centre of Spain. The most incredible wine and tapas (possibly the best in the country...) and is the centre of the Rioja wine region. about 11 years ago
Definitely get around the Giant Kelp Forests of Fortesque Bay where you will potentially find Weedy Sea Dragons, Seals, Sea Hares, and big Rays swimming through the 14m high kelp. While you are down on the Peninsula you should cruise out from Pirates Bay (off Doo Town) and around to Waterfall Bay where the fish life is stunning, all within 15m. If you don't access to a boat you can drop in on Eaglehawk Dive Centre who can arrange small trips all around the area. If you are up for a shore dive then you can walk out from the beach at Tesselated Pavement. If you look straight out from along the left wall you will see a white breakwater out around one hundred metres. Just inside the massive boulder that is sticking out of the ground there is a small swim through with good fish life. Just stay away from the reef break :) Heaps of options. There is also the wreck of the SS Nord but on your OW ticket you shouldn't be going under that far. The wreck, which is down further near Port Arthur, sits in sub 40m. Hope this helps. over 10 years ago
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I'm looking for a week long apartment rental in Cadiz or affordable backpackers in the city from June 19th. Any ideas?about 11 years ago about Cadiz, Spain