Puebla de Sanabria is one of many towns perched atop a hill in Spain. Every square inch is built upon with winding streets giving access to homes and businesses. Here’s one of the wider streets:
Eventually, these streets lead to a stately plaza mayor with a government building, castle, and a fine church:
Although the facade looks mostly blank, you’ll find some weathered carvings of interest near the door:
Many of the homes and posadas in this town are kept to a very high standard as you see in the next image:
It’s easy to get lost in these streets so pay attention while ambling about looking for photo opportunities.
Of course there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy a snack, meal, or drinks, such as this one:
There’s a huge lake nearby where people enjoy all kinds of activities, which might be just the thing for you. Check out the small towns in Spain. There much more there than you might think.