San Sebastian, Seville, and Mallorca- 2 weeks in Western Europe.
La Concha is the most famous beach in San Sebastian. Stretching far enough for hundreds of people, and during the hottest blue-sky day, there was still little room to squeeze in for a beach day. The classic and original feel in San Sebastian is the reason why we loved this sublime beach town.
"So hot you can cook right in the streets," one of our hotel managers told us. Seville was hot, but not too hot for touristing around the old town, and Barrio de Santa Cruz. Cobble stone streets and small, narrow sidewalks are what makes up the city of Seville.
The incredible blue waters were not something we anticipated when we flew to the island of Mallorca, just off the coast of Spain. Surrounded by the Mediterranean sea, we hiked to coves docked with boats, and jumped off small cliffs. With our last section of our trip, we embraced what Mallorca had to offer.