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Spain Perhaps the greatest holiday destination on earth, Spain has sun, sea and sand in abundance. More than enough for everyone!

There is also culture and history to boggle the imagination; from the magnificent Alhambra to the amazing Sagrada Familia.

Inland too, there is so much beautiful and spectacular scenery.
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Alicante

Alicante

Alicante is central to some of the greatest destinations in Spain. This is the place to soak up the sun on the beaches of the Costa Blanca, or play a round of golf on one of the many courses in the province. Just a ....

Andalucia

Andalucia

Andalucia is known to everyone for its sunshine, beaches and flamenco. But it's much more than this: Andalucia is a region of contrasts offering the widest range of tourist activities in all of Spain; from the beaches ....

Asturias

Asturias

The region of Asturias is ideal for those who love outdoor activities such as walking, horse riding, fishing and bird watching or for the more adventurous sports enthusiast, white-water rafting, kayaking and ....

Balearics

Balearics

The Balearic Islands comprising Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza are the playground of the Mediterranean. Due to the wonderful climate and lovely beaches, the islands have been an attraction for holiday makers for decades. ....

Barcelona

Barcelona

The vibrant city of Barcelona, the capital of Cataluna, is a very popular short break destination. It has interesting architecture both modern and old (many examples of the modernist architect Gaudi can be seen here), ....

Basque Country

Basque Country

The Basque Country is always an interesting area for a visit, not just for its natural beauty but also for its fascinating history and culture. The Basque region comprises of the provinces of Vizcaya, Guipuzcoa and ....

Cantabria

Cantabria

The region of Cantabria is ideal for those who love outdoor activities such as walking, horse riding, fishing and bird watching or for the more adventurous sports enthusiast, white-water rafting, kayaking and ....

Cataluna

Cataluna

Cataluña is a small "country" in the North East of Spain with its own cultural identity and language - Catalan. Cataluña (also written Catalonia or Catalunya) borders with France ....

Central Spain

Central Spain

Just like Spain as a whole, the centre of the country is one of spectacular contrasts. This vast area includes Madrid, one of the grandest capital cities in Europe, and other famous and impressive cities such as ....

Cordoba

Cordoba

The history of Córdoba extends back to the bronze age, but it is the golden era of the Caliphate of Córdoba that we all remember best. Many great buildings were constructed during the epoque when ....

Costa Almeria

Costa Almeria

The Costa de Almeria lies in the most eastern province of Andalucia. It has the warmest and driest climate in all of Spain and averages more than 3,100 hours of sunshine a year. There are many good beaches, and popular ....

Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca

Halfway along the vast Mediterranean coast of Spain, the Costa Blanca is everything that a holiday destination should be. There are long white sandy beaches, golf courses galore, pretty villages, hills and mountains; ....

Costa Brava

Costa Brava

Cataluña's most well known "costa" has to be the Costa Brava which stretches from the French border to just north of Barcelona. The Costa Brava was Spain's first package tour destination for northern ....

Costa Dorada

Costa Dorada

South of Barcelona is the Costa Dorada, or Golden Coast. The long sandy beaches are excellent and it is here where you find the elegant cosmopolitan resort of Sitges. For a great family day out the theme park of Port ....

Costa Tropical

Costa Tropical

Halfway between Malaga and Almería, lies the lesser known Costa Tropical. It has sandy beaches, hidden coves and a superb climate, and all within an hour's drive of Granada and Las Alpujarras. Indeed, it is the ....

Costa de La Luz

Costa de La Luz

On the Atlantic west coast of Andalucía lies the Costa de la Luz. It boasts miles of wide golden sandy beaches and dunes and it's a popular area for golfers too. Along the coast are several fine resorts such as ....

Costa del Sol

Costa del Sol

Surely the most famous part of Spain is the Costa del Sol. The main resorts lie to the west of the city of Málaga which is where the best beaches are found. Here there are the upmarket resorts of Marbella, Puerto ....

Extremadura

Extremadura

In the far west of Spain, bordering Portugal, lies the little-known region of Extremadura. Here the landscape is much greener and mountainous and there are several nature reserves including protected areas where rare ....

Galicia

Galicia

The rugged and remote region of Galicia with its celtic origins, is steeped in folklore and tradition. Its capital, Santiago de Compostela, is one of Spain's most beautiful and most visited cathedral towns. Along its ....

Granada

Granada

Granada: the place that gives us the Alhambra, that masterpiece of Moorish architecture that still dominates the city. No matter how many superlatives we use, the Alhambra always leaves its visitors ....

Green Spain

Green Spain

An area of great natural beauty, Green Spain (the north-western regions of Galicia, Asturias and Cantabria) is still a relatively unknown area for foreign visitors to Spain and therefore remains very Spanish - a good ....

Ibiza

Ibiza

Ibiza is the smallest of the main Balearic islands, 'discovered' by artists and hippies in the 1960's. It is an island of contrasts, where, away from the well-known clubbing scene it offers tranquillity ....

La Rioja

La Rioja

La Rioja is home to some of Spain's, and indeed the world's, finest red wines so if you are a lover of wine, this is the place to visit, as it offers plenty of opportunities to sample the product along the way. It is a ....

Madrid

Madrid

The capital of Spain, Madrid, is situated in the centre of the country, surrounded by the regions of Castilla-Leon and Castilla La Mancha. It's the highest capital in Europe at 646 metres above sea level and has cold ....

Mallorca

Mallorca

Largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca (also spelt Majorca) has been attracting artists, writers and musicians for years; and while many visitors may never move off the beach for an entire fortnight, they are ....

Menorca

Menorca

Menorca (sometimes spelt Minorca) is a quiet and relaxing island favoured by couples and young families who love its gentle countryside, lovely sandy beaches and unhurried pace of life. About half the size of ....

Murcia

Murcia

Murcia is a small, and for the most part, un-discovered region of Spain. It has, along with its neighbouring province Almeria, one of the driest climates in Spain. Its coast is sometimes called the Costa Cálida, ....

Pyrenees

Pyrenees

The great mountain barrier of the Pyrenees, separating France and Spain, stretch from the Bay of Biscay to the Mediterranean. In winter the mountains are the preserve of skiers and other winter sports ....

Ronda

Ronda

Ronda is a spectacular town set amongst spectacular mountain scenery. Right in the heart of the town is the astonishing bridge that spans the Tajo gorge. All around is the Serrania de Ronda, the hills and mountains ....

Salamanca

Salamanca

Two important cities on the cultural tourist trail lie just to the north of Madrid, Salamanca and Segovia. Both date back at least to the Roman occupation and there are important Roman sites in both, including a ....

Seville

Seville

Seville is one of the great triumvirate of Andalucian cities, along with Granada and Córdoba. Seville was one of the hugely wealthy cities that profited from Spain's American empire, and it retains much of the ....

Valencia

Valencia

The two autonomous communities of Valencia and Murcia form the area of Levante which lies along the Mediterranean coast between Cataluña in the north and Andalucía in the south.

The region of ....

White Villages

White Villages

The southern provinces of Spain are liberally sprinkled with Pueblos Blancos, the pretty white "sugar cube" villages where every house and building is painted with a brilliant whitewash to reflect the sun. These ....

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