Spain is a fascinating destination whose diversity and variety will surprise even the most discerning travelers. The rich history, cultural influences, art, natural beauties and world-renowned gastronomy will make choosing a Spanish holiday destination a difficult decision, but wherever you go, you will not go wrong.
It can offer you much more than its endless beaches and southern sun. Its tourist attractions lie not only along the coast but also in the interior of the country. Not only can you visit tourist places such as the Alhambra in Granada, the Cathedral of Seville, the Monastery of Montserrat but also various beautiful landscapes, numerous picturesque villages and towns and an abundance of beautiful churches and castles, many of which are far from major tourist trails.
For many who visit Spain for the first time, expectations are often fueled by media images of sangria, sombreros and bullfights. All this, of course, makes traditional Spanish culture, but there is much more that makes modern and progressive Spain as a diverse and cosmopolitan society.
One of the destinations with the most impressive landscapes is Tenerife. The largest of the Canary Islands is adorned with dramatic volcanic landscapes and more than 320 km of beaches, unique flora and fauna, and the star of Tenerife is Mount Teide, the third largest volcanic cup in the world.
Of the urban destinations, the cosmopolitan metropolis of Barcelona certainly attracts the most attention! The city of Gaudí's unique architecture, the capital of European sports, the city of fashion, music, entertainment . Barcelona offers an unforgettable experience to its visitors. There is certainly the royal city of Madrid, the seat of the kingdom and the royal family, which exudes power and spectacularity.
Visit beautiful Palma de Mallorca, check out why Ibiza is a world synonym for entertainment, peek into traditional museums and futuristic cultural centers and galleries, run with the bulls in Pamplona for a dose of adrenaline or take part in the spectacular Tomatina, learn flamenco, eat tapas and palle with a glass good wine or join the hosts in a traditional siesta.
Spain is generally a year-round destination. Although the ideal months to visit are May, June and September, and also April and October in the south. During July and August, when the temperature can rise to 45 ° C, Madrid is unbearable and almost deserted, so if you don't like the heat, leave Madrid for a more pleasant period. Winter is mild along the south and southeast of the Mediterranean coast.
Come andf indulge in the unique experience of Spain!