Spain Most Beautiful Great Rarities to Visit – A #367

SPAIN MOST BEAUTIFUL RARITIES

Heavenly Caverns in Spain,, just breathtaking! 😍 

 

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The series of caves known as Cuevas de Nerja, above, close to the pretty seaside town of the same name was discovered by boys bunking off school in the 1950s. 

Reaching for almost three miles, they are like giant subterranean cathedrals. Be warned, it can be steep inside. 

 

RESTAURANT “EL DIABLO” (The Devil) 🍺 🍤 🥣

 

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One of España’s most unique eating experiences has to be having your food cooked right on top of an active volcano. Restaurante el Diablo – Devil’s Restaurant – is located in the Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote and cooks its meat and vegetable dishes in the geothermal heat of the volcano.

 

THE SECOND LARGEST CHAIR IN THE WORLD 😮 😻

 

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Perhaps one of the most random entries on the list is the world’s second-largest chair in the town of Lucena, near Córdoba. España briefly succeeded with this eight-storey high, over 26-metre creation, but was soon cruelly pipped to first place by an Austrian chair.

 

SIERRA NEVADA (SNOWED MOUNTAIN RANGE)

 

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Drive along Europe’s highest road for snow, then head an hour south to sunbathe on the Costa del Sol.

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2 thoughts on “Spain Most Beautiful Great Rarities to Visit – A #367

  1. lindasschaub March 11, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    Beautiful pics of Spain Martha. I went with friends of our family in 1974, and spent three weeks with them. The woman was originally from Mostoles near Madrid and grew up there, so she spokie perfect Spanish which was great for traveling and sightseeing.

  2. Dra. Martha Andrea Castro Noriega, MD March 13, 2019 at 8:22 pm

    Sorry it took me 2 days to answer, Linda. I have been occupied.
    So you have been there, Spain? It is a beautiful country, its customs, food, the people, the music, I love them all.
    What kind of food did you eat then, did you enjoy it?

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