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|Spain offers a wide range of coast: beaches and bays, up to their borders with Portugal for a total of 3.167 km magnificent coastline, perfect for all holiday needs. Plus the options that are on the islands, ie islands Balearic and Canary Islands.
The beaches of Catalunya and Valencia has earned the highest number of blue flags, Andalusia got 63 blue flag and the Balearic Islands, received 57 Blue Flag. With a total of 478 blue flags, Spain is the leading country internationally. One of five Blue Flags awarded this year among the 30 countries that participated, waving in the Spanish beaches.
|Tarragona and Costa Dorada (The Golden Coast) are one of the most popular destinations in the eastern Spanish Mediterranean. |
200 km of beaches and nature parks, such as Parque natural del Delta del Ebro
and Los Puertos de Tortosa-Besselt.
In the western park we find the mountain ranges Els Ports,...
|The area has more than 3,000 years of history and the traces can be seen at, for instance, Elche (Elx), where several finds have been made in different archaeological excavations in La Alcudia from the Copper Age to the Visigoth period. |
The Alicantinas are great at finding excuses for a party and...
Alicante, Costa Blanca
|The city of Salamanca is beautiful and monumental and the Plaza Mayor and the university are just a few of the interesting places. |
The province has many tourist friendly nature areas, such as Las Batuecas in Sierra de Francia, Bosque de Béjar in Sierra de Béjar, Sierra de Candelario, Sierra de la...
|Visit Palacio de Pimentel, Palacio de los Vivero and Palacio de Santa Cruz and learn more about the history of Valladolid. The best way to experience the Easter week is in the city of Valladolid or in the villages Medina de Ríoseco or Medina del Campo.|
The region has many wine districts and many b...
|First and foremost the province of Ciudad Real offers great nature experiences both in the way of nature and national parks, but also if you want to follow the footsteps of Don Quijote and be surprised by the windmills, the castles and the monuments on your way. |
The routes go through Villanueva de ...
|Visit the wine country in the southwest of Barcelona with “Denominación de Origen “(comparable to the French AOC term and the Italian DOC term). The Penedès is steeped into history and has a fascinating landscape, between Mediterranean and the mountains that offer the traveller new experiences eve...|
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|Mallorca is a popular holiday destination, but also has many protected natural resorts covering 40% of the island's area: Parque Natural de s'Albufera on the south-eastern part of the island, Parque Natural de Mondragó and not least Serra de Tramuntana near Valldemossa, Deià, Bunyola and Aloró. |
|Madrid became important and began to grow when the kings in Spain decided to move the Royal Court from Toledo. Visit the royal palaces in Madrid as well as in the province, for instance Palacio Real de Madrid
and Palacio Real de Aranjuez. |
The most important museums are Museo Nacional del Prado,...
|Walk through the central Santa Cruz, the old Jewish neighbourhood, towards the big cathedral with its tower, the Giralda. Enjoy the view along the river Guadalquivir
that separates Triana, the old art quarter, from the rest of the city, and see a flamenco
The Easter week is best experie...
|Barcelona is the capital and the most populous city of the Autonomous Community of Catalonia and the second largest city in Spain, after Madrid, with a population of 1,621,537 within its administrative limits on a land area of 101.4 km2 (39 sq mi). The urban area of Barcelona extends beyond the adm...|
|Granada is situated in a valley surrounded by the snow-covered mountain tops of Sierra Nevada. La Alhambra is without a doubt Granada’s main tourist destination and very popular, you should therefore order your tickets well in advance. This can be done at http://www.alhambratickets.com. You can als...|