Spain is a traveler’s dream destination, as it has a variety of activities to offer from great history, stunning beaches, and delightful food. This beautiful country can entertain you with walking tours, wine tasting and tapas, and some of the most appealing landscapes. Besides, visiting the best cities, exploring the beach resorts, there are many hidden gems in Spain to discover. Here, you can find some of the best excursions in Spain organized for seniors, and you can have the time of your life.

1. Visit Teide National Park in Tenerife

 Tenerife is the place that brings in mind white sand beaches, crystal clear waters and gazing at beautiful sunsets. What else can you ask for a relaxed holiday? Tenerife is an island in the complex of the Canary Islands on the west coast of Africa. It has lunar landscapes and volcanic peaks, that makes it a great destination to go. There is also the highest mountain in Spain, Mount Teide which is located in one of the most beautiful natural parks, the Teide National Park. There you can explore the beautiful landscape and see the lava flows which is Spain’s geological gem.

 2. Alicante and Mountain Benactil

 Alicante is one of the best and most popular coastal destinations in Spain, as has some of the most beautiful beaches. This is definitely a place for seniors because the calm and quiet of beach life will rejuvenate you. It is a place that worth exploring since it has many sights to walk around. The port and the marina are some places that worth visiting due to the amazing sea views, and watching the summit of Santa Barbara Castle. Besides, there is a mountain, Mountain Benacantil on the back of the city which makes it a charming place. At the end of the day, you can head off to the city’s marina and taste some tapas and wine.

3. Visit Barcelona and Tibidabo Amusement Park

 Barcelona is the second-largest city in Spain and one of the most visited places due to the various activities that this city offers. In the city center of Barcelona, you can see the famous Sagrada Familia, and watch some of Gaudi’s works such as Casa Battlo. The best excursion in Barcelona is to go to Tibidabo Amusement Park, which is not in a long-distance from Barcelona. Tibidabo is a mountain in the area, where you can enjoy the stunning city views, or to do hiking and cycling. The Amusement Park has many activities, and you can also find some restaurants and cafeterias, where you can rest after your walk.

4. Go to Sacromonte in Granada

Granada is one of the most picturesque towns you would ever see in Spain. It is like a Disney fairytale with many ancient buildings and castles. There is a huge fortress which has great views, cobbled streets, and a magnificent atmosphere. There is also a famous attraction, Alhambra, which is definitely worth visiting. Sacromonte is a small town near Granada, where you can get there easily. It is a beautiful area, with white caves. There is the home country of the gypsy community and the place where flamenco dance and music flourished. It is absolutely a place that deserves some of your time. You will really enjoy and feel relaxed.

5. Visit Cordoba

Cordoba is a historic city in Spain because in the Middle Ages was the most significant city for the Moorish rule in Spain. It is the city that it is home to the impressive Grand Mosque of Cordoba. Nowadays, it is the place where the Cathedral of the city is situated. The Old Town is amazingly beautiful, with scenic roads and ancient buildings. That’s the reason why it is a Unesco World Heritage Site, with the stunning Roman Bridge in the centre of the city. It is a charming place with many architectural and historical sites and the city where the arts flourish. If you wish to feel the culture and the way of the Spanish lifestyle, this is definitely a place you should go to.