7 — Galicia
Though this city is not a popular destination as the major cities, it has its own charm. Here you can witness the lifestyle of traditional Spanish people. These people would help you learn about Spanish heritage and culture in a better manner as compared to any book or novel. The landscapes of this place are remarkable. You can visit a number of bays and coves and even take a walk in the mountainous countryside. The restaurants offer authentic Spanish food items that would leave you feeling hungry for more.
6 — Andalusia
The best time to visit Andalusia is in April because Andalusia holds an annual festival of Flamenco during this time. This festival can teach you a great deal about the Spanish music and dancing. You can enjoy the festival that lasts for an entire week with some great sherry wine. You can also try learning Flamenco from the performers. Surely you’ll manage some dance steps in a day or two.
5 — Benidorm
The major attractions of Benidorm are the Terra Mitica Theme Park and the Aqualandia Water Park. You can spend a number of memorable days in these parks. You can go onto fantastic rides or can simply lie on the grass and enjoy the view. You should also pay a visit to The Terra Natura and Mundormar Marine Animal Parks. Beninorm is also perfect for people seeking some night-time entertainment. It has a variety of pubs and restaurants where live music never stops.