Summer is here and the desire to escape from the everyday too. Although in these times of health emergency we find many restrictions to travel. That is why we propose 5 places to visit Spain riding an OX. It is time to feel the freedom!
De Madrid al cielo, from terrace to terrace
Enjoy the idyllic image of the capital from the Madrid rooftop terraces, they are ideal for a drink on summer afternoons. Círculo de Bellas Artes and Palacio de Cibeles are the most visited, but the most shocking one is in the Sky Bar 360º – Hotel RIU Plaza de España.
Disconnection in the Retiro park
This 4 centuries old park is a little paradise within the big city. Walk its paths, find its ponds and enjoy its gardens.
The M133 road will take you to the Atazar Reservoir, with spectacular views of the largest flow in Madrid. Enjoy its winding path and its incredible surroundings.
Cultural and scientific visit
Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias is a mandatory visit. This set of museums dedicated to scientific and cultural dissemination, has interactive activities, interesting exhibitions and the Oceanografic. The largest aquarium in Europe, where you can discover the most curious species in the underwater world.
Sun and Beach
A relaxing day enjoying the sea breeze, the amazing Mediterranean coast. You will find true natural places like Cullera or if you prefer you can go to a beach in the city like Malvarrosa.
A scene from a movie, never better said. Enjoy summer nights in outdoor cinemas in the city. There is a screen as in traditional cinemas but you will enjoy a totally different experience.
Barcelona under your feet
Admire one of the best views of Barcelona from the Carmel Bunkers. Yes, you have read it right. The bunkers in the Carmel neighborhood were antiaircraft batteries, and from them, you can enjoy 360º views of the city of Barcelona.
If you want to spend a funny day, we recommend you the Horta labyrinth. It is said that is the oldest garden in Barcelona, which was previously the house of the Desvalls family (1794). The labyrinth is created with cut cypress trees and is said to have been built taking as a reference the famous Minotaur labyrinth of Crete.
La Sagrada Familia
The expiatory temple of La Sagrada Familia, known as the most representative construction of Catalan Art Nouveau, is the masterpiece of the architect Antoni Gaudí. Although its completion is scheduled for 2026, La Sagrada Familia is already a world heritage site. It will also become the tallest church in the world.
The most emblematic building in Bilbao. In the heart of the city, you can admire the silhouette of the building by architect Frank Gehry. Take the opportunity to take a walk around the surroundings and don’t forget to say hello to Puppy, the eternal floral puppy that guards the museum.
Tour of the Seven Streets
The Seven Streets (zazpi kaleak in Basque language) are the origin of the city. They are on the right bank of the Bilbao estuary. It is a very busy area due to its medieval appearance. Take the opportunity to lose yourself among them and at the same time enjoy the pintxos of the city.
Every Sunday morning in the central Arenal Park, Bilbao fills with color thanks to the flower market. With a festive atmosphere, you will find: flowers, bouquets, indoor and outdoor plants … and a unique aroma and color.
Plan a trip to the north of the Majorcan island and enjoy the freedom that your OX gives you. Get to know the Sierra de la Tramuntana, explore the villages, discover new corners. Live the experience traveling the road on an electric motorcycle having a more conscious experience.
Explore the caves of Mallorca
A natural wonder. Mallorca is full of ancient caves that will give you the opportunity to move to authentic dream places. To highlight the “Cuevas del Drac” and the “Cuevas dels Hams”.
The last of these 5 urban plans is spectacular. Cala Mesquida is only 7 kilometers from Capdepera. Surrounded by a protected dune system, which you can travel thanks to the wooden walkways. Its crystal clear waters make it a small paradise.