The best charming towns to “spend the Indian summer” this fall in Spain

The best charming towns to “spend the Indian summer” this fall in Spain

Taking advantage of the low season and that there are no queues or crowds, we review some of the destinations on the Spanish coast that are ideal for organizing a getaway after the summer months. These places are ideal thanks to their pleasant temperatures that even allow a swim in the sea when winter approaches.

Nerja (Malaga)

The most representative place in the town is the Balcón de Europa, a viewpoint with impressive views of the sea on top of a cliff, a must, of course.

On the way to the medieval old town, you will find multiple shops, bars, and restaurants that will suit everyone’s tastes.

In the lower part of the cliff, the two beaches of Calahonda and La Caletilla are located.

Also near the town, we find some caves that can be visited by a tour guide.

Altea (Alicante)

Surrounded by the Sierra de Bernia and the Sierra Helada Natural Park, we find many kilometers of coastline that alternate areas of cliffs, coves, and stone beaches.

The temperature of the water is mild until well into the winter and, when it is not time to swim, it is perfect for strolling through its old town through narrow and steep alleys.

Not only the town but also its long promenade is perfect for exploring on foot or by bike, ending at its marinas.

Colonia Sant Jordi (Majorca)

Located in the south of the island, it was originally a traditional fishing village that has become a tourist complex, especially frequented by European tourists.

However, it has not ceased to be one of the most impressive places on the island.

From its viewpoint, you can get the best photos of the Island of Cabrera and its beautiful sunsets

In its town, you can find everything from the thousand-year-old salt pans from Roman times, to the virgin and paradisiacal beaches of Es Trenc, Es Carbó or Es Caragol.

And you? Do you know any charming corner to escape this fall in Spain?

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