From bustling cities to historical towns, there are so much to see in Spain. The countryside of Spain is mountainous and other regions are mostly rolling hills and olive groves and rolling hills. Nearly 15 million people travel to Spain each year. Attracted by its sunshine, beaches and unique culture. There are many trips in Spain to be enjoyed. Famous Andalucía horses at Spanish riding schools are a must take attraction.
Barcelona is world famous place to see in everyone's list. World known Costas, especially
Costa del Sol and
Costa Brava worth seeing. The
Basque Country, the elegant San Sebastian town and Bilbao hosting the famous Guggenheim Museum also worth seeing. At the ancient
Castilla y Leon, holidaymakers may see the old and spectacular Castilian cities of
Burgos, Leon, Salamanca and Segovia. Navarra is famous with the bull running which is the part of the
San Fermin Festival in Pamplona. La Rioja is very famous with its wines.
Underneath its modern exterior, Spain's traditions run deep. In Andalucía, the country's southern region, vineyards still lies for thousands of years. Spain's
Andalucía region is heavenly and scenic with its famous white washed towns of
Seville, Cordoba and Granada. Holidaymakers mostly prefer he region worthy of its golden sandy beaches, 5 star hotels and excellent climate.
Flamenco music and dance are also born in Andalucía. Flamenco dance is
Spain's unique. You may enjoy an evening with lively Flamenco dance until dawn.
The coasts of Spain are washed by the Atlantic Ocean on the north and by the Mediterranean Sea on the south.
Spain's coastline measures more than 3,000 kilometers divided into six larger sections including
Costa de la Luz, Costa Brava, Cosra Dorada, Costa del Azahar, Costa Blanca, Costa del Sol and
Costa de la Luz. Even though every Spanish beach boasts an excellent climate and decent beauties of nature, the most visited is
Costa del Sol. Its wonderful coast belt and excellent golden sandy beaches is very ideal for summer beach and family holidays in Spain.
The Balear Islands and Canary Islands are the centre of beach holidays, nightlife and nature. Canary Islands are the fastest developing region in Spain. A real tourist paradise. They are capable of receiving seven million tourists every year. Crystal clear waters are over 20 C during June till September.
Dine & Wine in Spain is very important. No visits may be complete without tasting the famous
Spanish Paella and locally produced Spanish wines. Spain is a country that loves to stay at late and to be entertained. Spain's country resorts are worthy of fresh air and physical renewal. Spain is also one of the world's major producer of wine, especially fine cherries.
One of Spain's greatest attractions is its cuisine. The most obvious food to eat in
Spainish cuisine is of course
Paella, which is probably the best known dish to come from Spain. It’s made from short grain rice and can include a range of seafood or meat, as well as vegetables such as peas and peppers. With its olive, vegetables and fruits, Spain has a famous Moorish culture. Spain is also a leading producer of fine wines. You may try any
Spanish Tapas Bars worthy of its name with variety of tasty food such as pickles on cocktail sticks, homely omelets, cheeses and hams, baby earthenware casseroles with sizzling hot dishes and elegant mayonnaise-topped mouthfuls.
Sangría is a popular tourist drink made from red wine, lemon & orange juice, mineral water, sugar, fruit pieces and ice. Spanish desert named
"crema catalana" is very popular.
There is no way to stay hungry in Spain. People mostly prefer breakfast between 07.30-10.00 p.m., lunch between 02.00-03.00 p.m. and dinner between 09.00-10.00 p.m. People prefer to enjoy nice long evening with variety of entertainments.
is a paradise for
activities with its variety of huge shopping
malls, street stores and designer shops.
Souvenirs, ceramics, leather products,
variety of food are the popular shopping
items in Spain.
Ingles are the chain shopping mall in
all Spain worth visiting. It has branches in
many cities and open till 9 p.m. including
the siesta breaks. You may see what Spanish
people are buying in their shopping
activities from that shopping centres. The
artificial pearls of Majorca
is also very popular.
Golf in Spain
Spain is the
most popular country in Europe for golf
lovers. It is possible to find more than a
hundred quality and luxury golf locations
both on the main land and on the islands. If you are big
golf lover, then
Costa del Sol is the perfect
destination. Costa del Sol is a very popular
and famous golf destination with more than
60 golf courses. Costa del Golf is the
region's other name with quality golfing
services and suitable golfing climate.
Costa del Sol can be considered as the
golf paradise of Europe.
On the Islands;
Majorca on the Balearic Islands has
a nice golfing opportunities.
Gran Canaria on the Canary Islands
hosts the oldest golfing club in Spain. Read
Golf holidays in Spain
Entertainment & Nightlife in Spain
Because that Spanish people prefer to dine
after 9.00-10.00 p.m., the nightlife and
entertainment in Spain
starts very late and goes for till dawn.
The most popular early night entertainment
places are the
(bars de cupas) with high volume music.
Spanish people prefer to go to discos and
nightclubs mostly about 02.00 am.
is one of the best and shining nightclubs in
can be considered as a city that never
is European leader of nightlife and
Flamenco and its dance is a great attraction for the
holidaymakers in their Spain holidays.
Flamenco nightclubs are very popular in all
regions of Spain. Flamenco songs are
separated into 2 groups. Cante chico
is the joyful and more alive one and
cante jonto is more like telling about
love and death with slow rhythms.
motherland of Flamenco is Andalucía
so it is better to go Andalucía bars and
nightclubs to watch real flamenco dance and
nights. La Latina
street in Madrid also allows visitors
to experience real flamenco.