Hey, everyone! And thx all of you, who keep this awesome site alive!
Will be for a 5 days in a Spain, and need you help to decide where exactly.
At fact, I'm interested in visiting of the most beautiful wild place or national park of this country.
Right now i can't take my eyes out of the "Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park" photoes.
But I have some reasonable doubts and questions.
Is it an appropriate time of year to visit such places? What about the weather?
Will 5 days enough for such trip?
Are there any alternatives you can advice?
And.. May be for the first time, it'll be better idea to visit more "classic" touristic places and go look at country itself?
Any feedback will be really appreciate!
Have a look at Sierra de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas it´s the largest natural park in Spain and second largest in Europe.
Also being in Andalucia in the south the weather is sure to be better than in the north, especiallly in March.
Have a great trip, come back and tell us where you went. Please. over 7 years ago
Consider Nerja in Andalusia. It's on the Med, backed up by the Sierra de Almijara and Sierra Tejada National Parks. This is the unspoiled Costa del Sol, with beautiful mountains and great weather. If you like mountain hiking this is the place! Weather in the middle of March should be great - maybe not for sun bathing, but sunny and pleasant for hiking and touring. Nerja is about 45 minutes from Malaga (Picasso Museum) and about 75 minutes from Granada (Alhambra Palace, but make early reservation). Check out www.hikingwalkingspain.com and www.nerjatoday,com web sites for more information. Have fun! over 7 years ago