Spain is part of an elite club; one of the top 3 countries on the planet with the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is a remarkable reflection of the country’s rich historical, cultural and natural landscape.
Some of Spain’s World Heritage recognitions are world-famous, like Granada’s extraordinary Alhambra, its beautiful Generalife gardens, and the ancient city of Albaysin; or the unique creativity of the architecture and design of Antoni Gaudi.
Yet many remain fairly unknown, ready for the inquisitive traveller. Here I cast the spotlight on 5 favourite World Heritage Sites that are well worth adding to your travel bucket list when next visiting Spain.
Antequera Dolmens Archaeological Site
Discover breath-taking megalithic architecture, set amongst some of the finest scenery in Southern Spain.
Andalucia is a favourite destination. Beyond the beaches and resorts, Southern Spain boasts some of Europe’s most striking historical cities, like Seville and Granada. Yet have