Over 48 million tourists visit Spain each year, which makes Spain the third most visited country in the world. And we know why … Spain is the perfect country for a pleasant, restful beach holiday. The Spanish costas are famous for their pleasantly warm climate, beautiful sandy beaches, lively cultural life and wild nightlife.
Wander through the Ramblas, visit the Sagrada Familia or enjoy the Spanish nightlife: Barcelona is the place to be for any tourist.
The Santiago Cathedral and the Guggenheim Museum will be the highlights of your visit to Bilbao.
The capital of Spain is bursting with life, has a large number of sights and a formidable nightlife.
Seville is the most beautiful city in southern Spain and is the stimulating centre of Andalusia. The variety of Seville’s architecture makes it a leading tourist attraction.
For the best views of Malaga and the coastline visit the magnificent Alcazaba (Calle Alcazabilla). Perched high above the city, there are Alhambra-style patios and fountains and a small archaeological museum. For 21st-century delights, check out the designer boutiques in swanky Puerto Banús or those lining Malaga's marble-clad Marqués de Larios.
The Region of Murcia is located in the south-est of Spain between the regions of Andalusia and Valencia, bordering the Mediterranean. It offers almost 250 km of coastline, named Costa Cálida, and two seas, the Mediterranean and Mar Menor, and a remarkable variety of landscapes. The average temperatures is 19º C and the sun shines 315 days a year.
Winter in Valencia is a great time of year - though it can be chilly the sun still shines nearly every day and you can usually sit outside on a terrace to enjoy your tapas or paella.
Alicante, an enchanting city situated on the famous Costa Blanca and overlooked by a shield of robust mountains.