The Most Scenic Roads and Drives in Spain

No matter where you are and what time of the year it is, it’s not too late to hop in your car and drive through the beautiful landscapes of Spain. And start the adventure.

The Spanish landscape is rich and the most varied in Europe. It’s not just about the sun, dunes, and the deep sea. You just have to prepare your backpack, drive your car, and follow the vibes and enjoy the following routes.

You can pack your car with what you need, follow your intuition, and see where you end up. But for those who enjoy the long routes. Here are the best 4 road routes in Spain.

4 scenic roads in Spain

Ruta de la Plata: Extremadura – Castilla y León

The Ruta de la Plata highway is quite similar to the Americans’ Route 66 to the Spanish. What does this route name means? It means ‘‘route of silver’ in English. It is because it owes this name to the road which was constructed by the Romans between Mérida and Astorga. You can enjoy the entire beauty of Spain in this way easily without any hassle.  The beautiful road of Ruta de la Plata includes stopovers like Oviedo, Benavente, Zamora, Plasencia, Cáceres, Zafra, and Seville in their way.

Costa da Morte: Galicia

The Costa de la Muerte which means ‘Coast of Death’ in English, is one of the most beautiful roads in the north of Spain. The background reason behind this name is the intense danger through its steep and rocky cliffs. It is recorded that many fishermen and people on boats lost their lives in the sea and many boats were destroyed. It looks different to observe, how this entire route is full of lighthouses since the 19th century. Cabo Vilán or Finisterre is one of the most visited lighthouses over there.

Costa Brava: Lloret de Mar – Tossa de Mar

Costa Brave is one of the most popular roads leading from Lloret to Tossa del Mar. How can you ignore the beautiful little coves over there, go and explore them? Don’t forget to click pictures in such an amazing environment full of pine forests, castles, and fortresses.

Ruta de los Pueblos Blancos: Andalucía

This travel route is fantastic as it has 19 different villages throughout, i.e., the provinces of Cádiz and Málaga. How can you ignore the beautiful flowers hanging from the balconies of those houses, the lush greenery of the Andalusian plain, and those beautiful sceneries that are favorites of both the natives and foreigners alike? If you love to do paragliding or any other extreme sports, the great combination of these natural surroundings would make this experience breathtaking.

As we all know car rental services in Spain or anywhere allows you more freedom to see and do more during your entire time in that country. If you want to arrange a car for rent while your trip to Spain, it would cost you around $57 per day. One of the most affordable companies for rental car services are Delpaso and Centauro. If you want to compare prices from all companies in Spain, check out AutoSpain, they will find the best deals. And some key points to remember are that when you rent a car in Spain, drive on the right side of the road and overtake always on the left side. And never ignore the strict policy of no mobile phones while driving.

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