Who doesn’t love to spend their honeymoon in a country that has it all? With one of the richest cultures in Europe, Spain offers everything you & your partner would want on your honeymoon; lively nightlife, delicious food, blissful beaches, incredible architecture, and thriving cities, they have it all. We narrowed down some of the best spots in Spain for your romantic getaway in 2023.
This is a popular tourist destination located on the Mediterranean coast in the province of Alicante, Spain. This city is home to picturesque mountain ranges, white sandy beaches, mouthwatering food, and sizzling nightlife, making it a perfect honeymoon destination for newlyweds looking to soak up some of the sun & romance!
Where to stay in Benidorm:
- Costa del Sol
With fabulous wines, delicious food, and plenty of history, it is no wonder why Costa del Sol has been one of our top honeymoon favorites for as long as we can remember. Perfect for couples who love the charm of old-world romance, this marvelous region offers many activities to enjoy including endless beaches, white hinterland villages, hidden coves, golf, theme parks & much more. There are also many restaurants, bars, and clubs to enjoy, as well as a variety of outdoor activities such as tennis, water sports, and hiking.
Are you more of an adventurous couple with a zest for exploration? Then you should definitely head to Malaga. A honeymoon in Málaga could be a wonderful way to celebrate your marriage and spend some quality time together. Add hiking Caminito Del Rey to the bucket list activity if you want to kick off your married life together with an unforgettable memory! The city is located on the renowned Costa del Sol with access to long stretches of beaches that will lure you into lazy days on the sand. It is also home to a number of museums, including the Picasso Museum, which houses an extensive collection of works by famous artists.
Where to stay in Malaga:
The capital of the Andalusia region, Seville is known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and vibrant culture. The city is home to landmarks like the Real Alcázar, a royal palace and fortress, and the Seville Cathedral, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Seville is also home to a number of delicious restaurants and bars, making it a great destination for foodies.