15 Areas of Natural Beauty in Spain

Areas Natural Beauty in Spain

Initiated by the Romans in the 2nd century, it evolved into Spanish colonialism and empire in the 16th and 17th centuries. In the 20th century, the country experienced political and economic instability. After World War II, Spain experienced growth and is now a member of the European Union and a stable democracy.

The country that bears Matador's name is also famous for its sports and fine arts. Not only that, Spain, which is also popular with attractive women, has a very exotic area of natural beauty. I wonder what the list is? Here is the list...

15 areas of natural beauty in spain


Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain and the capital of the province of Catalonia. The total number of people living in the suburbs is 1.6 million. The urban population is around 5 million people.

1. Sagrada Familia Basilica

The construction of the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia began in 1882 by the architect Francisco Paula de Villar, although Gaudí continued working on it until 1883, after Francisco retired as an architect. After receiving approval for the project, Gaudí adapted the architecture and construction of the basilica to his style, including Gothic and modernist elements. Since then, the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia has become a must-see in the natural area of Barcelona.

2. Park Güell

Park Güell is located in La Salut, a neighborhood in the Gràcia area of Barcelona. Eusebi Güell's urban planning project provided Antoni Gaud, a renowned architect and advocate of Catalan modernism, with a natural residential design. This garden of great natural beauty was built in 1900 and completed in 1914.

3. Batlló House

This building was first constructed in 1877, then the house was remodeled in 1904 by Gaudi and has been used several times. Casa Battló is an area of great beauty in Barcelona. The architecture is a mix of metallic stone, wood and classy ceramics. This building is also an area of natural beauty in Spain.

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Madrid's location and history make it the center of financial and political activity in the Iberian Peninsula, especially after resuming democracy in 1975 and joining the European Union. 

4. Buen Retiro Park

The "Parque del Retiro", often referred to as "El Retiro", is the most densely populated neighborhood in Madrid, Spain. Formerly owned by the Spanish Monarchy until the late 19th century, the Parque del Buen Retiro is now a public park. The park, 1.4 kilometers long, is a favorite among tourists to enjoy the areas natural beauty of Spain in the heart of Madrid.

5. Temple of Debod

Construction began with the construction of a small building with a room dedicated to the god Amen. It was built and decorated in the style of a Meroitic chapel, and later became the symbol of the temple of Dakka. Debod is an ancient Egyptian temple that was dismantled as part of the International Campaign to Save the Monuments of Nubia and rebuilt in a beauty area of Madrid to make it look more natural.

6. National Museum of the Prado

This is a museum located in Madrid, Spain. It is one of the largest art museums in the world, with a collection of over 8,000 paintings and thousands of other works of art. The museum is especially famous for its collection of Spanish masterpieces, which includes works by Velázquez, Goya and El Greco. It was founded in 1819 and occupies a beauty neoclassical building in the center of Madrid.


Seville has a Mediterranean climate and an average annual temperature of 18.6°C, making it one of the warmest cities in Europe. The mild winters have an average daily maximum temperature of 15°C in summer and 35°C in winter.

7. Plaza de España

This construction was built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. It is an important example of regionalist architecture and of the Baroque, Renaissance and neo-Mudejar styles of Spanish architecture. The Plaza de España is very beautiful when viewed from the front and from several other angles, its beauty is very natural and is helped by the Maria Luisa Park.

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8. Palace of Las Dueñas

This palace consists of several courtyards and a building. The styles are Gothic, Moorish and Renaissance, with local influences in bricks, tiles, tiles, whitewashed walls and ceramics. The Casa de Pilatos and Casa de los Pinelo are a mixture of these styles. The Palacio de las Dueñas has floral decorations attached to the body, so it seems to favor a theme of natural beauty.

9. Alcazar of Seville

This building is considered the best example of Mudejar architecture in the Iberian Peninsula. The floor facing the Alcazar is still used by the Spanish-speaking community of Seville as their main residence, and is managed by Patrimonio Nacional. The Alcázar of Seville is the oldest known royal palace in Spain and was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987 along with the Cathedral of Seville and the Archivo General de Indias.


Bilbao is a city located in the Basque Country, on the northern coast of Spain. Bilbao is famous for its architecture, including the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, and for its culinary delights, featuring traditional Basque cuisine.

10. Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim has a distinctive spiral shape, making it one of the most recognizable buildings in New York. The museum's collection includes works by famous artists such as Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró and Vincent van Gogh. The Guggenheim also has locations in Bilbao, Spain, and Venice, Italy. The Guggenheim Museum has also been described by the public as a areas of incomparable beauty.

11. Zubizuri 

This is a pedestrian bridge in the city of Bilbao, Spain. Designed by architect Santiago Calatrava, it spans the Nervion River and serves as a connection between the city center and the Euskalduna Palace. Although it is only a bridge, this area delights foreign tourists because it presents various beauty on the sides of the city of Bilbao.

12. Moyua 

It is an area located in the center of the city of Bilbao, Spain. It is famous for its central location and its proximity to such popular places as the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and Plaza Moyua. The area is well served by public transportation and is a popular place to stay for tourists visiting Bilbao. In addition, this square is perfect for those visiting as a family.


Granada is located in the Sierra Nevada, on the outskirts of the three valleys of Beiro, Darro and Genil. It is at an altitude of 738 meters above sea level and has a time difference of approximately one hour with the Mediterranean.

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13. Alhambra

During the Nasrid period, the Alhambra was an independent city, separate from the rest of lower Granada. It had most of the amenities of a Muslim city, such as Friday mosques, hammams (public baths), streets, houses, artisan workshops, tanneries and a sophisticated water supply system. As a royal city and fortress, there are at least six main palaces, most located in the northern edge area, from where they have a beauty view of the Albaicin.

14. Generalife

Located on the outskirts of Granada, Spain, and not far from the Alhambra complex. The Generalife is gaining popularity in both Nasrid and contemporary times (especially in the garden aspect). The paths are paved in the traditional Granada style with a mosaic of white gravel from the Darro River and black from the Genil River. The Generalife installs the concept of a areas of natural beauty.

15. The Court of the Lion

This palace is approximately the size of a rectangular courtyard, and is known to contain rooms and covered galleries or porticoes. After the Reconquest, some of the names of each city were written in Spanish and had nothing to do with the Arabic names. Also commonly called the lion's courtyard, this building continues to welcome millions of foreign tourists who are immediately impressed upon arrival.

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