We never go to the coast, it’s inland Spain for us. Right now we’re at 2000 feet, and the wind’s a bit chilly, but it’s sunny and we’ve been walking or cycling every day. As we say in Scotland “there’s no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing.” The sites are quieter, the people are friendly, you try to speak some Spanish as English isn’t always spoken. The scenery is dramatic, the trails are well marked, the roads are smooth for cycling, there’s very little traffic, the villages are (often) beautiful, but always on a hill. And we move around, finishing in Extremadura.I have to ask this question, why does everyone go to the seaside? What is the inners of Spain like?
Obviously it doesn’t suit everyone, but it suits us.