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5 Things You Can Do on Your Holiday to La Palma   by Jessica Nielson
There are at least five things you can do on your holiday to La Palma that are exciting and fun. One of the things to do is to visit the theme park. There are four theme parks that you can visit, Los Tiles, C. Visitante El Paso, Jardin de los Aves and Maroparque....
A Brief Guide To Mojacar  by Joan Thompson
Mojacar is a coastal town in Spain's Costa Almeria. The town is actually composed of two parts - the town area which sites on a rocky hillside looking over the sea and the beach area that lies below....
   
A Country Within A Country: Travel To Barcelona   by Frank Johnson
The distinctive regional culture of Barcelona is largely due to geography and a plentitude of national pride and elitism. Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, one of Spain's 17 semi-autonomous states...
   
A Whistlestop Tour of Madrid, Spain  by Anne Sewell
Madrid is a modern, world-class, but also historic city - the capital of Spain - located almost centrally in the heart of the country.  A contrast of old and new, Madrid is a beautiful and vibrant city with great architectural interest.  You might find the drive into the city a bit boring with its suburbs of concrete apartment blocks, but once in the centre, you will enjoy the traditional streets, with medieval buildings and some narrow and very atmospheric alleys, containing shops and bars....
   
Algeciras - Gateway to Andalucia   by Nick Nutter
There seems to be very little written about Algeciras, four lines in the 'Spain Travel Guide', and not much anywhere else, which is a pity. It is not just a place to pass on the way to Cadiz or Seville, it does have a certain charm and more of a history than you might think....
An Insider's View of Marbella Spain   by Jackie De Burca
People love to travel to the "in place" and the "in place" changes over the years sometimes purely because people are so keen to find the next trendy in place. Some of these places are further afield and for those of us based in Europe with tighter budgets it is great to be able to rediscover one that is within easy reach....
Andalucia Travel Guide - Costa de la Luz
If you fancy an activity holiday or a destination that has outdoor sports on tap, the Costa de la Luz and Andalucia have something for everyone. Tarifa has a reputation for the best wind and kite surfing beaches including Playa Los Lances and Playa Valdevaqueros....
   
Avila, Spain   by Rick Chapo
Madrid is a city almost without equal in Europe. If you need a break from it, you can take a day trip to Avila to catch a bit of fresh air and see some amazing sites....
Basque Country Holidays - Bilbao, San Sebastian and Vitoria   by Steve Greenwood
The Basque Country is an autonomous community in northern Spain with capital city Vitoria. The region borders France, and the locals harbour a proud and defiant nature with strong support for a separate, united Basque state....
Best Places to Visit in Vitoria Spain   by Michael Lee
Vitoria in northern Spain is less visited by British travellers than some of the Southern cities. It's true the weather here is not as good as the South but with average temperatures in the mid twenties during summer it is still a fantastic place to consider visiting whilst you are in Spain...
Brace the Bilbao Adventure in your own Car    by Chris Cornell
The largest city in the Basque County is none other than Bilbao. This city is very ocean-centric and the climate's frequent changes are a testament to the location itself. In comparison with other Spanish cities, this seaport and industrial region is much cooler in temperatures although it does get a little warm in the summer...
Caceres, Extremadura, A Walled Renaissance Town   by Nick Nutter
In the centre of Extremadura, in Spain, is Caceres. A World Heritage Site since 1986 and declared a Place of Historical Artistic Interest, by Royal decree no less, in 1949, it held the promise of great things; and provided them, although not entirely what was expected....
Cadiz Tourist Information   by Gary Cotter
The historic city of Cadiz is situated on the end of a narrow, rocky peninsular jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean. According to legend Cadiz was founded by Hercules, although in reality the Phoenicians first established a settlement here around 1100BC, making this one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in Europe....
Cantabria Holidays - Santander Tourist Attractions   by Steve Greenwood
Cantabria is an autonomous community of northern Spain with a coastline that overlooks the Cantabria Sea. The region is bordered by the Basque Country to the east, Castilla Leon to the south, and Asturias to the west. Cantabria has much to offer visitors to the region with a mixture of mountainous massifs, rolling lush meadows and picturesque fishing ports....
Castilla La Mancha Holidays - Toledo, Albacete, Ciudad Real, Cuenca and Guadalajara
Castilla La Mancha is one of the most sparsely populated regions in Spain. It is located in the centre of the country and is bordered entirely by other Spanish regions including Andalucia, Castilla & Leon, Madrid, Aragon, Valencia, Murcia, and Extremadura....
Costa Blanca Travel Spots - Cabo Roig   by Steve Locke
One of the most popular holiday destinations along the Southern Costa Blanca coastline, Cabo Roig is a beautiful and desirable resort. Renowned for its clean sandy beaches, its lovely marina and its excellent strip of bars, shops and restaurants, Cabo Roig offers everything you need for a great family holiday....
   
Estepona - Quiet Gem on the Costa del Sol in Spain  by Anne Sewell
Estepona is a beautiful little town - relatively unspoiled by tourism - and located on the Costa del Sol, about 30 minutes from Marbella, and only a short drive to Gibraltar....
Family Vacations For 2010 - Menorca   by Santo Thomas
Few European countries remain in recession in Europe, but Spain is one of them, and with over ten per cent of her economy dependent on tourism the country will be hoping for a sparkling summer next year....
Five Things To Do In Costa Dorada   by Andrew Gibson
Popularly called the "Golden Coast", Costa Dorada serves as a great Spanish travel destination. This highly magnificent and stunning coast is brimming with exceptional towns, intriguing history and charming beaches.
Five Things To Do In Navarra   by Andrew Gibson
Navarra lies in the Northern Spain that is bordered by Basque Country, France, La Rioja and Aragon. It is a refreshing green and a mountainous place with Pamplona as its capital...
Fuengirola - Popular Beach Resort on the Costa del Sol in Spain    by Anne Sewell
You might have already visited Fuengirola in summer (July/August) - too many people, burning summer heat? Time to replan your Spanish holiday!  The ideal time to visit this vibrant coastal city is during autumn and spring. Mild and pleasant temperatures, glorious sunshine, and quieter streets and beaches make for a really enjoyable holiday! ...
Fuengirola Zoo - An Oasis of Calm in the Centre of Town    by Anne Sewell
When visiting the Costa del Sol in Andalucia, Southern Spain, a must-see destination is the Zoo in Fuengirola.  Located right in the centre of town, the zoo is a beautiful and calm place, beautifully designed to give its residents space and realistic natural habitats to live in, grow and produce their young....
General Travel Guide: Holidays To Majorca   by Lance Thorington
Majorca (or Mallorca), in Spain, is the largest of the Balearic Islands and is the most popular of the Mediterranean Islands. This tourist mecca boasts beautiful beaches, breathtaking mountainous views and a rich cultural history....
Getting Around Madrid
Spain’s capital is a fascinating and exciting city with its own unique style and atmosphere that attracts thousands of tourists year after year. While Madrid may not have the obvious allure of other major European cities such as Paris, London and Rome, there is still plenty to keep you entertained.
Golf Tours in Spain   by Michael Lee
If you are looking for a unique golf destination, then no doubt, Spain is the country. Spain has been a preferred golfing destination for most of the golf enthusiasts of Europe as well as for the rest of the world for years. The Andalucia area of Southern region of country is one of the biggest points of concentration for its golf courses....
Granada and Beyond   by Edward Kirwan
Granada, in the east of Andalusía, is a city steeped in Moorish tradition. The Alhambra Palace which was recently short listed as a Seventh Wonder of the new world, is truly wondrous but there is so much more to see and do....
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao   by E Cho
The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, in Spain, was built in 1997 by Frank Gehry, a Pritzker Prize winning Canadian/American Architect. Mr. Gehry is well known for his modern architecture, much of which seems to defy logic with its curves and bends....
Have a Glimpse of Murcia   by Leroy Calstard
A metropolitan city rich in historical architecture yet modern is Murcia. The city is almost built in the heart of what is called in Spanish as Huerta (orchard or vineyard). The whole city itself is geographically situated between two mountains and close to the sea....
Holidays in Asturias and Oviedo   by Steve Greenwood
Asturias is situated on the north coast of Spain, with the Cantabrian Sea to the north and the regions of Cantabria to the east, Castilla & Leon to the south and Galicia to the west....
Holidays in Fuerteventura  by Monika Rajan
Fuerteventura is the second major Canary Island and offers remarkable Spanish experiences, if considering it as your holiday destination. The island has really long beaches and is known for its cuisine, natural environment and lots of striking tourist attractions...
Holiday in Las Palmas - An Exotic Vacation Haven   by Luki Johnson
Capital of Gran Canaria, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is an attractive holiday destination enriched with culture and heritage. From historical sites, rich architecture to exotic beaches, Las Palmas has lots of imposing activities to offer for an incredible holiday....
Holidays in Rioja and Logroño Holiday Attractions   by Steve Greenwood
La Rioja is a region of northern Spain and is bordered entirely by the regions of Navarre, Basque Country, Aragon and Castilla Leon...
It is all in the Palma of your hand: Visiting the Capital of Majorca   by Isla Campbell
The Balearic island of Majorca is Spain's largest land-mass not connected to the mainland, with a population of almost 800,000. While officially known as Palma, its capital is also dubbed Palma de Mallorca or Ciutat de Mallorca, acting as the capital of the whole of the Balearics....
La Sagrada Familia - Past And Future   by Mike McDougall
La Sagrada Familia can be found in Barcelona, in Catalonia in Spain and is renowned as Antoni Gaudi's masterpiece.  Although thought of as a cathedral, it is in fact, a basilica - the cathedral in Barcelona is the Cathedral of Santa Eulalia. Gaudi was handed the project in 1884, but only after the founding association and the original choice of architect Francesc del Villar had irreconcilable disagreements with those behind the project....
Lanzarote Holidays 2010 - Lanzarote Events To Enjoy  by Dave Talbot
There are altogether too many reasons for choosing to holiday on the sunshine island of Lanzarote in the coming year.  As the fourth largest of the Canaries the island offers a year round raft of events and festivals and entertainment for visitors to enjoy, along with a tapestry of local culture, an idyllic climate and great beaches to relax and soak up the glorious sunshine...
Lloret de Mar Tourist Information   by Gary Marshall
Lloret de Mar is one of the liveliest resorts on the Costa Brava, with numerous clubs, bars, and discos staying open from dusk until dawn. The town boasts a variety of pretty beaches and a host of leisure facilities. It is also convenient for touring local towns and cities such as Barcelona, Figueres and Girona. Lloret de Mar dates back to the 3rd century BC, but it was during the late 1950's when tourism began to take off here and the resort became known as a popular package holiday destination....
Looking For A Holiday In Barcelona Spain   by Johnathan Bakers
With so much to do and so little time to do it in we would like to give you a brief overview of some of the highpoints when visiting Barcelona. There is so much to cover from Guell Park to the water parks it is impossible to see it all in one vacation...
   
Madrid - Museo Sorolla   by Gail Hewitt
Any trip to Madrid is not complete unless you have visited the Museo Sorolla - a well furnished mansion, a fine art gallery and a painter's studio all rolled into one, and the home of Joaquin Sorolla [1863-1923]. It has Moorish gardens and fountains and the atmosphere is in total contrast to the grandeur of other museums to be found in Madrid....
Madrid - Spain   by Hannah Rollmaker
Madrid is a place with a lot of natural beauty, rich in history, and has a beautiful environment it is also the capital city of Spain. Madrid is considered as the largest city of Spain, according to European Union statistics it is the third most populated city in Europe....
Majorca - an experience   by Larry Austin
Majorca or Mallorca, which ever way you pronounce it, this is one destination that is bursting at its seams with vibrancy. You cannot but help being swept up in the sheer enthusiasm spilling from the island....
Malaga city - capital of Andalucia and a city of great history  by Anne Sewell
Most tourists think of Malaga as a place to fly into to start their holidays on the Costa del Sol, but few actually take the time to explore this fascinating city.  The city is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, and is a cosmopolitan and attractive city ...
Marbella, Andalucia - A Stroll Through the Old Town   by Nick Nutter
Marbella on the Costa del Sol in Andalucia is a town known as an up market holiday and shopping destination, with prices to match, but with a lesser known much older part that is well worth seeing. The walk is only about 4 kilometres in total and can be completed in 2 hours. It takes you along narrow streets with many small shops selling a vast range of goods.... 
Merida, Extremadura. A Roman Town   by Nick Nutter
420 kilometres north of the Costa del Sol, in Extremadura, is the small town of Merida. It is too far for a day trip and in any case there is far too much to see in one day so try for one of the 50 Euro per night offers at the Medea Melia Tryp which is about 20 minutes walk from the centre of the town....
Mijas on the Costa del Sol in Southern Spain    by Anne Sewell
Mijas is located in the Spanish province of Malaga on the Costa del Sol in Andalucia.   The town consists of two separate areas - Mijas Pueblo - a traditional Spanish white village - and Mijas Costa - a modern coastal beach resort.  Mijas Costa is typical of all the Costa del Sol beach resorts with restaurants and bars near the beach.  In this article we are concentrating on the beautiful Mijas Pueblo...
Nerja - Charming Seaside Town, Costa del Sol, Southern Spain    by Anne Sewell
Originally a small fishing village on the Mediterranean Sea, Nerja is still known for its traditional Andalusian atmosphere and mood. Located right on the beach front, Nerja is sunny 300 days per year.  Enjoy the sandy coves, mountain views and also the Balcon de Europa (balcony of Europe), which is part of an ancient fortress (approx. 900 AD) overlooking the ocean views... 
Overview of Spain for Travelers   by Richard Monk
A land of romance and exotic tastes, Spain is a place to be taken in with great gulps. If you are planning a trip, here is an overview of the country...
   
Pamplona Tours: For it has to be seen to be believed   by Pp Travel
Running of the bulls is the festival undoubtedly and undeniably the most craziest, wildest and wackiest festival in Europe. The way the locals participate with full gusto and enthusiasm is the main attraction to be seen to be believed....
Rioja Wines   by Ruth Polak
The Rioja region in Northern Spain is situated in the Rio Ebro valley, it's northern border being bounded by the Sierra de Cantabrias mountain range and it's southern by the Sierra de la Demanda. The resulting geographical location creates conditions that have produced a perfect environment for vineyards....
Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain   by Alina Thomas
Santiago de Compostela is situated in the north west of Spain and is the capital of the autonomous region of Galicia. The inland city isn't too far from it's perhaps more famous neighbour La Coruña, a city which is a pleasant hour and half drive to the north... 
Seville - Andalucia's Capital City  by Heather McMillan
Think Andalucia, think Seville!   To many people, Seville encompasses all those things that make Andalucia special. The exuberant, colourful dresses worn at the April Fair, the whitewashed, characterful streets of the Barrio Santa Cruz, the heady scent of orange blossom and the emotional sounds of flamenco; all these typify Seville and are also the very essence of Andalucia....
Spain's Prettiest town: Arcos de la Frontera   by Paul Herman
Deep in the south of Spain's southernmost province, Cadiz, hidden in the Gatidano mountain range, is Arcos de la Frontera the prettiest town in Spain. Although the old walled town of Arcos only holds 4000 people and is lost in a valley hidden in the mountains, its place in Spanish history is important because of the town's strategic placement in Catholic Spain's long struggle against the Moorish kingdom....
Stay in Northern Galicia   by Stephen Morgan
With regards to the entire Spanish tourist industry Northern Spain and Galicia especially have been very much a hidden treasure and hidden within lies a further particular treasure called Northern Galicia....
Stay in Southern Galicia   by Stephen Morgan
With regards to the entire Spanish tourist industry Northern Spain and Galicia especially have been very much a hidden treasure and hidden within lies a further particular treasure called Southern Galicia....
Summer Holidays in Ibiza   by Abi Carter
Ibiza, the tiny island in the Balearic islands remains one of the most popular and well established holiday destinations in Europe. Find out some of its highlights and reasons people travel to Ibiza for their summer getaways...
The Best of Barcelona, Catalonian Capital of Spain   by Beatriz Lopez
Located on the northeastern coast of Spain is the intoxicating city of Barcelona. Set against the Mediterranean Sea, this multifaceted jewel rewards visitors and locals alike with mesmerizing architecture, impressive museums, outstanding cuisine and more....
The Changing Face of the Costa del Sol
The Costa de Sol has long been a popular holiday resort but it has changed and moved with the times and now rates as one of the best and most reliable holiday destinations in Europe. The Costa del Sol experienced its first rush of popularity with British holiday makers in the 1960´s with the advent of the "package holiday." ...
The City of Madrid (Spain)   by Jose Cerrato
The City of Madrid (Spain) Madrid is the capital of Spain and is located in the center of the Iberian Peninsula. It has a population of 3,000,000 inhabitants, together with the suburbs, the figure rises to 6,000,000....
The province of A Coruña in Spain   by Martin Lambert
The province of A Coruña is to be found in northern Spain in the region known as Galicia.  Coruña has several claims to fame. Firstly it is home to the city of Santiago de Compostela (lit. "of the star field") whose massive cathedral holds the remains of the apostle Saint James...
This is about Rota, Spain   by Susie Kay
This is about Rota, Andalucia. If you have never been to Rota, then you have really missed out. Rota is beautifully situated right on the coast, in a part of the Costa de la Luz not yet very well known to the British....
Tips About The City Of Valencia Spain   by Gaizka Pujana
It's also located only a few hours' drive from Barcelona, so travelers who locate their accommodations in Valencia get the best of both worlds. Beautiful five star accommodations in a vibrant modern city and the opportunity to travel back and forth to Barcelona in less than one day's journey....
Toledo Tourist Information   by Gary Marshall
Toledo is situated around 40 miles (64km) southeast of Madrid, and is capital of the Castilla y La Mancha region. This unmissable old city, surrounded on three sides by a tight bend in the River Tagus, boasts a wealth of historic attractions and artistic treasures...
Top 10 things to do in Alicante   by Aaron Hughes
10) Explore the Caves of Canalobre…
Surely, one of Spain's most impressive caves-Canalobre is about 24 kilometres outside the city. Hike to the top of Cabezon de Oro for a stunning view of Alicante and watch the sunset from the cliff-tops....
Top Attractions in Tenerife   by Dan Williams
Winter sun breaks on the island of Tenerife are enjoyed by many people, especially those seeking an escape from the harsher winter weather of northern Europe....
Torremolinos - Popular Beach Resort on the Costa del Sol in Southern Spain  by Anne Sewell
Torremolinos has been one of the best known beach resorts on the Costa del Sol for years.  Tourists flock here every year for its wonderful sandy beaches, restaurants and famous nightlife.  Torremolinos has been popular since the late 50's and early 60's, especially amongst the rich and famous, including John Lennon and Frank Sinatra....
Travel Guide to San Sebastian   by Christa Kowalczyk
San Sebastian is a historical place and offers many great places to visit, discover, and enjoy.  San Sebastian in Spain is a place full of beautiful sceneries for travelers and visitors. It offers broad variety of options one desires....
Truly Travel Spain: Essential Destinations   by Frank Johnson
...There is no superior starting place for your travel to Spain than the grand and enchanting streets of Barcelona. There is never a dull moment in this city that literally never sleeps, especially in the summer months....
   
Undiscovered corner of Spain   by Louise Astorgano
Believe it or not, a country that receives over 55 million tourists a year and has mass development on its costas is also home to the least populated region in Europe. Soria, called by some the forgotten corner of Spain is that place. Forgotten by mass development and hordes of tourists, Soria has managed to retain its charm and beauty and offers her visitors an escape from the hectic pace of modern life....
Valencia Holidays - Alicante, Benidorm & Valencia Holiday Attractions   by Steve Greenwood
Valencia can be found on the eastern coast of Spain and is bordered by the regions of Catalonia, Aragon, Castilla la Mancha and Murcia....
Visit Galicia Visit Ourense   by Scott James
Of all of the autonomous regions of Spain Galicia is considered the most remote and therein lies the charm of Ourense hidden away longing to be discovered. Galicia has always been seen as a poor rural region, whose economy was dependent upon agriculture and fishing and did not lend itself to modernisation and yet as far as tourism is concerned it is this constant contact with the past that gives the region its appeal and charm...
Visit The Historic City of Córdoba in Andalucia  by Ruth Polak
Córdoba is a magnificent city in Andalucia with many beautiful sites to see, not least of course the famous Mezquita.  Originally founded by the Romans Cordoba’s strategic position at the highest navigable point on the Rio Guadalquivar meant it soon became an important port and from here there was much activity shipping Spanish olive oil, wine and wheat back to Ancient Rome...
Want a hot summer? Head to the cool Canaries   by Andrew Regan
In Christopher Columbus's time, the Canary Islands were believed to mark the end of the world. After being conquered by the Spanish in the 15th Century, the Canaries become a popular stopping point for explorers, traders and missionaries on their way to the Americas....
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