A guide to my favourite Spanish coastal towns: Valencia, Alicante, Granada, and Nerja
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Europe16 days / September 2017
Highs & Lows
Q & A
How was the food?
Tapas bars are great so that you can try a variety of authentic Spanish foods. Best to go with a group of people so that you can all share. Pro tip: in Granada, there are bars that will give you free tapas with each drink you order - it'll be the cheapest dinner you ever have!
What tips would you give a friend?
Don't miss out on seeing a flamenco show while you're in Spain.
Bring lots of swimsuits and cover-ups, the coast of Spain is all about its beautiful beaches, and that's probably where you'll be spending most of your time!
I travelled by GoEuro Bus from one city to the next, which was super affordable, comfortable, and easy. You can download the GoEuro App to book your bus.
I used HostelWorld to book my accommodations for the most part, and didn't have any issues booking the hostels only a few days in advance.