Travel destinations often draw visitors with sunny weather, pristine beaches, and tourist attractions. Interestingly, there are also a host of places all around the world that entice people to visit, based solely on their one-of-a-kind names.

These unique locations carry names that are far from average, as some contain over 40 letters, and they're often hard to pronounce. While the names may be somewhat of a tongue-twister, the explanations behind the names are truly fascinating. Additionally, many of these destinations around the globe boast beautiful scenery, historic landmarks, and an abundance of exciting attractions.



Boasting a whopping 39 letters, Azpilicuetagaraycosaroyarenberecolarrea, Spain sits next to Portugal. It is the longest town name in all of Spain, as well as the second-longest name in all of Europe. If you're planning a visit simply to check out the town, you'll also want to take in the beautiful mountain views and exquisite green landscapes. This lovely destination is believed to be one of Europe's greenest regions, and it houses over 50 natural reserves. Approximately 70% of the town's electricity is drawn from renewable sources. The name Azpilicuetagaraycosaroyarenberecolarrea translates to "The low field of a high pen in Aspilkueta," which is where the town is located.

Sunrise in the Baztan Valley, in the north of Navarre (Spain). Javilatxa / Getty Images