5 destinations to escape to this December bank holiday
Majorca is the largest in the Balearic Islands and has plenty of sun and beaches as well as valuable natural sites and quiet seafaring villages.
In Deià you can get to know the house of the English writer, Robert Graves. In Valldemossa you will discover its charm and cross the path of the Archduke that leads to Puig del Teix; in Cabrera you will dive between more than 900 marine species and in Alcúdia you will step foot in the middle of the old town.
Cantabria boasts of having impressive landscapes tinged with greenery, excellent seafood, a beach and northern villages with a lot of charm.
Enjoy the monumental Comillas and Santillana del Mar, the typical seafaring setting in San Vicente de la Barquera, the beauty of nature in Potes, Mogroviejo, and the historic Puente Viesgo. The jewel of the community is Santander, which combines sea with nature and offers endless attractions to enjoy this December: the Magdalena Palace, the fishing port, the cathedral, the Maritime Museum of the Bay of Biscay and the Marítimo del Cantábrico Casa-Museo of Altamira.
The Pyrenees are the perfect choice for those looking to practice sports and rural tourism this December bank holiday. There are plenty of ski slopes that will allow you to enjoy a good break: Baqueira Beret, in Catalonia, Candanchú and Formigal, in Aragón, or Masella, in Gerona.
Known as the "Silver Teacup", Cádiz is a city and port with valuable monumental heritage, beautiful beaches that are deserted at this time of the year, and a tasty gastronomy in which there is no shortage of fried fish. Add to that its white mountainous villages, where you can enjoy mother nature and relax, such as Olvera, Grazalema, Zahara de la Sierra and Ubrique.