Do you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city? Would you like to be able to forget about your day-to-day routines for a few days? Do you need to disconnect? Well, why not plan a getaway to a rural destination in Spain ? Of course, our country is full of rural corners that are worth discovering, where you can go hiking, look for mushrooms, enjoy excellent cuisine, discover an important heritage …
To help you choose the rural destination for your getaway, today we want to show you the list of rural destinations at the best price that Trivago has prepared taking into account the prices for double rooms in hotels. Would you like to join us? We assure you that you will not regret it!
The first economic rural destination that Trivago proposes is Cabrales, the Asturian town that gives its name to the most particular cheese in Spain. In addition, it is a meeting point for mountaineers, since the Ruta del Cares begins here.
Secondly, the price buyer proposes Broto, a town located at the foot of the Pyrenees, in the Aragonese region of Sobrarbe. It is a small town known for its traditional architecture . In addition, it is important to note that the Sorral via ferrata is located here, which is ideal for lovers of canyoning.
Güéjar Sierra, Granada
From Aragon we moved to Andalusia, and more specifically to Granada, where the third Trivago proposal is to be found. It is about Güejar Sierra, a mountain town located in the Sierra Nevada National Park. Here you can go hiking, cycling, paragliding and snow sports.
In León, Castilla y León, we find the fourth proposal on the list. It is Ponferrada, a municipality located in the Bierzo region that is surprising mainly for its historic center. Without a doubt, its most emblematic monument is the fortress , where many Knights Templar stayed.
In fifth position we find Cudillero, an Asturian municipality where you can taste the daily catches of the fishermen, in addition to enjoying its viewpoints and photographing its picturesque picture of colorful houses located around the port. On the other hand, it is important to bear in mind that very close is Cabo Vidío, one of the great cliffs of Asturias.
Also in Asturias is the fishing village of Luarca, which hides beautiful neighborhoods in its old town. The fishermen’s neighborhoods El Cambaral and La Pescadería stand out, as well as Villar, a neighborhood with houses of Indian architecture. Of course, it must be borne in mind that only 10 kilometers away is the Barayo Nature Reserve.
Padrón, A Coruña
We continue in the north to tell you about Padrón, a town located in A Coruña. Beyond its well-known peppers , this town stands out for its historical legacy. Among its main points of interest we highlight the Rosalía de Castro house-museum and the Camilo José Cela Foundation.
In eighth position on the list we find Albarracín, a beautiful town that stands out for its Islamic and medieval legacy . In fact, its old town has been declared an Asset of Cultural Interest. You will love its gastronomic offer, its imposing walls and its cathedral.
We return to Cádiz to tell you about Medina-Sidonia, a town known both for its monumental past (it preserves a large sample of Plateresque Gothic) and for its alfajores . On the other hand, it is important to bear in mind that the Alcornocales Natural Park is very close, ideal for lovers of hiking, caving and archeology.
Finally, we want to tell you about another Andalusian town. This is Antequera, a city full of heritage with a high historical value . Its churches, convents and palaces stand out, as well as the Royal Collegiate Church of Santa María la Mayor.