Most popular Villas in Northern Spain
Highlights in Northern Spain
- Luxury villas with a private pool
- Excellent gastronomy
- Fantastic coastline and beaches
- Incredible monuments
- Great outdoors
- The Pilgrim’s Way
Most popular amenities for Villas in Northern Spain
Villas in Northern Spain
The northern part of the country offers different kinds of properties for all types of travellers as well as a wide range of outdoor activities. In Galicia the prices are suitable for every pocket and the Basque Country, Asturias and Cantabria is an area with lovely villas in beautiful little towns in contact with nature or the sea. On the east side, Catalonia is where you will find amazing villas in the Pyrenees or stunning properties overlooking the Mediterranean.Amazing villas with stunning views
The northern landscape is a variety of lush green forests, mountain ranges and beautiful stretches of golden sand. For active tourism and to stay close to nature, many villas are in secluded areas to enjoy your private pool and garden and the beautiful surroundings that will take you to a magical nature paradise for outdoor activities. Those villas closer to the beach, are ideal for families or groups of friends looking for an ideal accommodation close to the sea where to practice their favourite water sports or just have a fun day out under the sun. Whatever your choice is, a villa in northern Spain is always the best option for any occasion, celebration or holiday break. What are you waiting for?
Travellers and activities
Spain is a country with a priceless monumental and patrimonial wealth. If you love history and art, you will find numerous destinations that will turn your trip into a unique experience. Each capital city has its own monumental attractions, but in addition, there are numerous villages, even the smallest ones, that offer places with a lot of history. The Alhambra in Granada, the Mosque of Cordoba, La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, La Seu de Lleida or the Royal Palace of Madrid are just some of the most important. Discover the most interesting and quaint villages throughout the north of Spain. From stunning beaches to natural parks, impressive mountain ranges and a beautiful countryside.Northern Spain for active tourism lovers
Culture can be combined with nature and outdoor activities. The north of the country makes Spain a rich area with amazing natural spaces, with numerous contrasts that give rise to landscapes as unique as the Tabernas Desert in Almeria, the majestic Picos de Europa or the Pyrenees, These popular destinations turn the country into one of the best places in the world to practice all kinds of active tourism activities, ranging from winter sports to water sports, river and mountain activities and pleasant hikes or strolls surrounded by lush green areas. Get on your toes and choose your activity.
Did you know that in Spain there are three other languages in the northern areas of Galicia, the Basque Country and Catalonia? Together with Spanish, the official language, in these regions they also speak their own - Galician, Catalan and Basque (or Euskera).
Top 7 travel tips in northern Spain
Feel like walking? Want to know the story of the Camino? Many pilgrims used to walk a long way from France to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia. Now, this is one of the most popular activities that draws in holidaymakers from every part of the world. Take this journey according to your fitness level and decide which part or parts you are going to cover. You can either walk or cycle it. Remember you need to walk at least 60 miles to get your stamps and official certificate at the end of it. Get your walking gear ready and get to Santiago, where the impressive cathedral will be the icing on the cake of this rewarding journey.2. Go to the beach
The Atlantic and the Mediterranean caress the shores of the northern, northwestern and northeastern beaches of the country. Rugged cliffs, large beaches and wide-open bays, the Atlantic shore is great for surfing lovers because of its rough waters. Get on a board and ride the waves near the Basque Country or Galicia. For nice and secluded coves, the Costa Brava hides the most beautiful gems with shades of blue and green. Enjoy its sandy beaches and the unique coastal path known as Camí de Ronda, that connects one village to the next one along the entire coastline. Once you see it you will fall in love with it.3. Taste the northern flavours
Spanish gastronomy is one of the greatest tourist attractions of the country. The flavours are a symphony for your senses. The freshest fish from the Atlantic, the Cantabric or the Mediterranian are the base of many tasty recipes that every county use adding a special touch. Bacalao al pil-pil, Galician pulpo, sea urchins, fideuà, surf and turf paella rice, shellfish. Those who love a tender T-Bone and a succulent fillet will also have the choice as well as the best game. Try also the most varied “pintxos” and “tapas” and pair it with the best Riojas, Albariños or Penedès wines. Mouthwatering bites in beautiful destinations where to indulge yourself. Feeling a bit hungry?4. Go for a wine tasting
Spain produces some of the best renowned DOO wines in the world. The wineries in La Rioja, Haro, Enate, Rías Baixas, Empordà and Penedès are excellent destinations to taste some of their best wines. Visit the vineyards and get some tips on how to pair great wines with different kinds of food. The possibilities are countless. In Catalunya, you also can visit some wineries that make the sparkling and traditional cava.5. Marvel at the excellence of Gaudi’s art
Antoni Gaudí is the main example when it comes to art in Barcelona and, currently, the city is full of monuments with his signature. The most famous of all is the Roman Catholic basilica of the Sagrada Familia, although Güell Park is also a masterpiece. The unfinished basilica is one of the most visited temples in Barcelona. Stroll along one of the main arteries of the city, Passeig de Gràcia, where you can visit the Casa Batlló and La Pedrera. Their unique facades are one of the most photographed sites in Barcelona. The splendour of past times still remains on every stone and every piece of this architectonic artworks.6. Explore the Galician coast
The four inlets on the southwestern coast of Galicia, are known as Rías Baixas. These Rías are Ría de Muros e Noia, Ría de Arousa, Ría de Pontevedra and Ría de Vigo. Every one of these towns offers the best beaches, authentic Galician lifestyle, delicious meat and fish and excellent wines such as Ribeiro or Albariño. And to digest a great meal nothing better than their popular “ribeira” or “aguardiente” also known as “firewater”. Herbal, creamy or licor café. Taste any of its varieties and immerse into a particular culinary world with the best produce.7. Explore the Natural Park of Picos de Europa
This mountain range extending for more than 20 Km straddles Asturias, Cantabria and north of Castilla León. Its highest peak is Torre de Cerredo. Regarded as some of the best networks of well-defined tracks and areas for trekking, it is no surprise that Picos de Europa National Park is nicknamed 'Spain's Dolomites'. Breathtaking treks, strong local culture and rare wildlife. Lagos de Covadonga, The Fuente Dé Cable Car and the beautiful and picturesque villages along the way such as Cangas de Onís or Arrionda are some of the greatest things you will get to admire here.