Cap de Creus - Spain

4y ago
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Sometimes a low speed limit gives you more time to enjoy the beautiful landscapes in a National Park.

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  • I want to go to there. :)

      4 years ago
  • Mallorca is a bit far away from the Canaries xD hehehe Yes, Tenerife and Gran Canaria have very interesting and funny roads but also, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura are perfect for a supercar photoshoot. After Xmas time, I'm visiting my family in Tenerife and I'd like to write a post about picturesque routes :)

      4 years ago
  • From Alacant southwards, the landscape gets dryer and flatter again, and also I know this area less well so you might have to ask other people living there for nice roads. My last suggestion is Further South, close to Almería, the roads through Cabo de Gata, a seaside desert-like nature reserve. I have been giving quite detailed information now but I could also just recommend going inland anywhere between Peníscola and Castelló or Between València and Alacant. I hope this has been useful for you, if you have any doubts or questions there's no problem asking me

      4 years ago
  • Well it's difficult to name all the nice roads haha but I can give a general description of the region between Barcelona and Alacant. So south of Barcelona there's a natural park next to the coast where there's a nice coast road. After that it gets more boring (Tarragona is a beautiful city though). After crossing into the Valencian Country, you can go to Peníscola (the most beautiful seaside village is Spain) and afterwards take the road to Morella (the most beautiful mountain village of Spain). After that I recommend going directly to València city which is also a beautiful city, and from there take the road to Dosaigues (that's the road you see in the Focus RS introduction video). Going back to the coast, from here starts the most fun bit. There are too many roads to name, but some I really like are the one from Pego to Vall d'Ebo and the Parcent-Tàrbena-Castell de Castells road over the Coll de Rates. Further to the south is the road to Guadalest (another of the most beautiful mountain villages of Spain, also accessible from Tàrbena). From Dénia, the capital of this small region (la Marina Alta) you could also take the ferry to the Balearic islands. Further down south is the Port de la Carrasqueta between Xixona and Alcoi, favoured by motorcyclists from the area. From

      4 years ago
  • Alessandro, tips from locals are the best, bring them on... ;-) My plan is to next time I visit Spain drive down from Barcelona on the coast, then on the south coast of Spain there are some absolutely incredible roads (also one where they shot the Jaguar F-Type official video, can't remember the name now but I have it written down somewhere), then I want to drive up to Sierra Nevada (yes, inspired by the Top Gear Spain episode ;-) )... Ah, list is long. Finish it with a few laps with a BAC Mono on Ascari perhaps... Driving back up north again I am not sure if central Spain would have good roads, or better to drive closer to the Portugal border? But I absolutely LOVE Spain and this trip is probably the one I am looking most forward to next year :-)

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