Strange and unusual sights of Spain

Find ten tourist attractions in Spain that differ originality and uniqueness, it is not as easy as it might seem at first glance. While many of the old Spanish traditions seem to us surprising and unusual, they are still not as strange as the ten places that attract tourists from around the world.

10. Bardenas Reales, Navarra Province

Strange and unusual sights of Spain

An unusual and unique landscape of Bardenas Reales (Bardenas Reales) in the province of Navarre - a National Wildlife Park, the rock formations and the vegetation is created by erosion are unique in Europe. In 2000, the Bardenas Reales was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

9. Gulpiyuri Beach (Playa de Gulpiyuri), Llanes, province of Asturias

Strange and unusual sights of Spain

It is unlikely that flooded sinkhole can be a great place for beach holidays of children and adults, but this is a small beach in the form of shells is considered one of the best hidden places where you can swim!

8. Desert Tabernas (or Almerian desert), Almeria

Strange and unusual sights of Spain

No, this is not the Wild West - is the South of Spain and one of the many Spanish semi-desert, is an amazing tourist destination for fans of the Wild West.

7. The mines of Rio Tinto, Andalusia

Strange and unusual sights of Spain

Often referred to as "Mars on Earth", this gigantic quarry creates a surreal, almost lunar landscape. Of course, this is nothing more than the result of contamination by tin and copper mined here for centuries, but it looks amazing!

6. The competition "human castles", Tarragona

Strange and unusual sights of Spain

For many, Spain is a place of competitions and activities, in which people are injured and damage. At least, in this competition, as opposed to bullfighting, do not participate animals. It's just a very unusual, very strange and wonderful sight.

5. Supercomputing Center in Barcelona (Barcelona Supercomputing Center)

Strange and unusual sights of Spain

Visit the computer even sounds a bit strange in and of itself is an unusual event, but in the data center actually is not a lot of supercomputers in the world that can be seen and to look at.

4. Juzcar (Júzcar), Malaga Province, Andalusia

Strange and unusual sights of Spain

If the Smurfs were real, they would have lived here. This small and lovely blue town was originally created as a marketing move, but it soon became clear that he looks so beautiful that can be used to attract tourists who are actually here and go with great pleasure.

3. Gulliver Park (Parque Gulliver), Valencia

Strange and unusual sights of Spain

The park was created on the grounds "Gulliver's Travels" by Jonathan Swift. And it is not just a giant concrete figure of Gulliver, a playground with various themed slides, abseiling, ropes, ladders, caves and other entertainment.

Ohm 2. Living Forest (Bosque Animado De Oma), Kortesubi province Bizkaia

Strange and unusual sights of Spain

represents hundreds painted in bright colors pine forest turned into a living canvas that is really worth seeing.

1. Caminito del Rey (El Caminito Del Rey), Malaga Province

Strange and unusual sights of Spain

"Caminito del Rey" - this is the way the entire width of the meter runs at high altitude in the valley between the two canyons. Throughout the three-kilometer route there are slopes that will make your heart stand still, and the glass walkway that will test on the most desperate courage. If you, as in Spain, want something very unusual, that it should be a walk in the Caminito del Rey.