Dating girl spanish
For some reason, it is extremely uncommon to find a girl with a gorgeous body and an ugly face here.
There is even a term for them in Spanish: ‘Gamba’ (Meaning prawn, because you’ll eat everything except for the head).
But the time has come for readers of to learn more about a totally different animal: one that can be equally mysterious and shallow, tanned and fierce like a Latina or blonde and cold like a Moscow princess…the Spanish woman.
I like to say Spain is a bit like the USA: there is a broad, general Spanish culture and lifestyle—but a lot of it will change depending on which autonomous community you visit.
Brunettes can be found pretty much anywhere in Spain, although in my opinion the best looking ones will be found towards the North (Santander, Bilbao, San Sebastian come to mind).…though they perhaps don’t get the publicity they deserve.
Cute blue eyed blondes can be seen around pretty much any other city, although the percentage is certainly much higher in places where: I would not consider Spanish girls a paradigm of facial beauty, yet they tend to be quite cute and have pleasant faces.
I don’t exaggerate when I say women here seem scared to death of being alone.
The good thing about that is that they’re used to interacting with people all day long and you certainly won’t shock or scare them when you approach.
Spain is fully European (bar immigration) and Spanish women are heavily westernized in terms of culture.As a result, I will find it impossible to recommend one city over others.Some places are way better than others for business, others for a relaxing holiday, and some others will basically have you partying all night.You will find extremely different climates (from tropical islands to freezing cold mountains, from areas where rain never goes away to lands dryer than a nun’s pussy.
The lifestyle will change (fast-paced and stressful in Madrid, almost annoyingly slow in Andalusia), and some communities even have their own language (although Spanish is official everywhere and there’s no real need for a visitor to learn Catalan or Basque).
Despite having written about foreign women on multiple occasions (see my reports on Lithuanian girls and Serbian women), I’ve always thought it would be hard to do the same about Spanish women.