Costa del Sol, Spain
Beyond the sea and sangría, Costa del Sol and the region of Andalucía have a truly adventurous spirit at heart. Take a walk on the wild side in Málaga along the 5-mile (8 kilometers) Caminito del Rey trail. Meandering along cliffs, canyons, and valleys, and with a section of the walkway suspended 328 feet (100 meters) over a steep cliff face, this trail — believed to be the most dangerous pathway in the world prior to its restoration — is an exciting hike for adventurous souls.
Looking for another epic Mediterranean adventure? Adrenaline junkies can try out canyoning with South Coast Adventures. Your day may include a multitude of plunges into the Guadalmina River, swims through sections of the canyon, and plenty of amazing natural sightseeing — this is an exhilarating experience that you’ll certainly be talking about over that glass of sangría later in the evening.