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10 Activities to Do in Spain that You Can’t Find Anywhere Else

20 Aug 10 Activities to Do in Spain that You Can’t Find Anywhere Else

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Did you know that just in 2017, Spain had almost 82 million tourists travel into their country to discover their unique culture and experiences?

Spain is known for a number of things but there are many experiences that you can have in the country that you can’t get anywhere else.

If you are looking to plan an unforgettable trip that can’t be done anywhere else, Spain should be on your itinerary.

Continue reading to discover all of the fun and unique activities to do in Spain while traveling abroad.

1. Take Part in a Tomato Fight

One of the most fun and unique activities to do in Spain is to attend the La Tomatina Festival that is held each year in Buñol.

Thousands of people fill this small town in Spain to throw over 120 tons of tomatoes at one another! If you are planning to attend this festival make sure you pack a pair of clothes that you don’t mind getting damaged and full of tomato juice.

2. Walk the Caminito del Rey

If you are visiting El Chorro, or somewhere nearby, you should check out the Caminito del Rey.

This pathway can be extremely intimidating to cross, considering that it is over 300 feet above a gorge and hangs off of the cliffs. Those looking to get their adrenaline rushing and an impressive view of Spain should try this challenge out.

3. Keep Warm at Desierto de Tabernas

Many people are unaware that there is a dessert in Spain, it is called the Desierto de Tabernas.

This dessert is a part of the southern portion of Spain and may look familiar to movie buffs. This dessert is frequently used in the film industry for its astounding views and climate.

If you are traveling to Desierto de Tabernas make sure to pack extra sunscreen and water.

4. Lie Down at La Fiesta de Santa Marta de Ribarteme

If you have had a near-death experience in the past year, putting La Fiesta de Santa Marta de Ribarteme on your activity list is a must.

This festival is held each year in Las Nieves, Galicia, which is an area known for witchcraft and paganism. This festival is celebrated by putting those who had a near-death experience into a coffin and carrying them to a grave.

Lying down in the coffin at this festival is meant to recognize and celebrate that they have come face to face with death and survived another day.

5. Eat Tasty Tapeo

Tapas are a Spanish favorite all around the globe and going to Spain can allow you to try the originals tapas, also known as tape.

Madrid and Granada are areas in Spain known for their free authentic tapas. In this area, tapas are a way of life and go beyond the normal standards. This atmosphere is perfect to enjoy drinks and food and also serves as an excellent social setting.

6. Zip Line into Portugal

If you are a thrill-seeker and want to get a cool view ziplining from Spain and into Portugal could be a fun activity for you!

The Limite Zero Project zipline lasts for only a minute but by the time you get off the line, you will be in an entirely different timezone. Doing this activity will give you an amazing scene full of rolling hills, green grass, and the river.

7. Experience a Bull Fight

Those who enjoy going to unique sporting events should consider attending a professional bullfight!

Madrid and Seville are excellent locations to experience traditional bullfighting, which has become scarce. Bullfighting was much more popular in history and doesn’t appear to have as much support as it once did.

Going to a bullfight is an experience that you won’t be able to get anywhere else.

8. Eat at the Oldest Restaurant in the World

If you are a foodie interested in checking out the world’s older restaurant, you should go eat at Sobrino de Botin located in Madrid.

Sobrino de Botin is an impressive restaurant with high-quality foods that you are sure to enjoy. Knowing that it is the oldest restaurant makes the experience even more interesting and educational.

9. Dance in the Largest Club on the Planet

Sitting in a long plane ride is sure to get even the calmest person antsy, if you are looking to get out some energy you can dance on the floors on the world’s largest dance club.

In the 1970s Privilege was a small bar that opened and it is now a part of a world record. This impressive club can hold 10,000 people and is constantly packed with people wanting to dance, party, and have a good time.

10. Live like a Gypsy

If you are headed to the caves of Sacromonte you should consider spending an evening in a home inspired by gypsies.

Checking out this area will expose you to gypsy culture, traditions, history, and food. These whitewashed cave homes that are buried into the hills host the city’s Roma community that has been around since the 15th century.

Traveling Abroad Tips

There are a wide variety of activities to do in Spain but traveling to your destination is an entirely different thing to consider.

You can find more information on what to expect on your trip to Spain by checking out the weather beforehand and being familiar with the area you will be staying in. When traveling be sure to have a small English to Spanish translation book or keep Google Translate ready on your phone.

You should also carry a map around with you in case you get turned around and can’t find your hotel. When traveling it is also important to dress comfortably so that you don’t have a miserable flight.

Discover New Experiences with Fun Activities to Do in Spain 

Utilizing this guide of activities to do in Spain can help you plan an unforgettable trip full of delicious food, beautiful coastlines, and Spanish culture.

There are many vacations that people take yearly, but going to Spain can give you experience, unlike anything you have ever had. With all of the fun and exciting festivals that Spain hosts, you won’t be able to leave the country without a smile and a new favorite memory.

Between the desserts, tomato food fights, near-death ceremonies and good food you won’t be bored on this vacation.

Be sure to check out our blog for more articles, like this one, that can help you plan and prepare for any trip!

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