Are you planning a romantic Christmas in Spain this year?

There are amazing places to spend a romantic Christmas in Spain with your partner. Depending on what you prefer, you can choose among very different cities.

Christmas markets, local customs, romantic restaurants, fantastic lights will make your holiday unforgettable!

Let’s see our best romantic places in Spain for Christmas!


A top romantic destination all over the year that changes its cloths for Christmas: lovely lights and markets will definitely make you feel the Christmas atmosphere!

Take a riverside stroll along the River Onyar and enjoy the beautiful views from its famous bridges. And if it’s cold outside, you will have a great choice of concerts: check the Auditorioum and the Sunset Jazz Club for a romantic evening for two!


A walk around Casco Viejo, the old town, or outside the Guggenheim are even more evocative during Christmas time. Enjoy the dazzling Christmas lights and ride the funicular up to Mount Arxanda for a breathtaking view over the city.

And if you want to book a romantic Michelin-starred dinner, Atelier Etxanobe will literally astound you!

Romantic Christmas in Spain

Teruel Province

If you want to escape the chaotic city life, this mountainous area of Spain is just perfect. Off the most touristy routes, this province with its little ancient villages will make you feel like in a fairy tale.

Castles, ancient defensive walls and little typical restaurants will make you spend a fantastic Christmas.


One of the most festive cities in Spain, Granada is definitely a city where you can breath the Spanish Christmas.

Apart from visiting the city hand in hand enjoying cute markets and lights, you can book a concert at the Palacio de Congresos. And don’t miss the opportunity to have dinner at Estrellas de San Nicolas, which has the most romantic terrace in the city!

Where would you go this Christmas?

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And if you want to get ready for your holiday and learn some Spanish, have a look at this page!