Half island, half peninsula, connected to the mainland by a slender, sandy strip, the city of Cadiz has been totally dedicated to seafaring pursuits since its foundation. Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans and Arabs all passed through what is believed to be the western world's oldest city,
More than one kilometre long, 250 metres wide and 20 metres high, the Corrubedo shifting dune stands out from a distance in a nature park which is the most visited in Galicia, welcoming nearly 300,000 people a year.
Situated between the estuaries of Arousa and Muros
Capital of the autonomous community and historical region of Cantabria situated on the north coast of Spain, Santander is an elegant city which extends over a wide bay with spectacular views of the Cantabrian Sea.
Its historic quarter includes a group of majestic buildings which are
Sitges is a lovely Mediterranean coastal town, a seaside resort some 35 km southwest of Barcelona in Catalonia.
Named 'the St. Tropez of Spain' by the Telegraph this former fishermen village boasts 17 beautiful beaches and is home to famous festivals including its International Film Festival,
Murcia is the capital and most populated city of one of the smaller region's in Spain, the Autonomous Community of Murcia.
Although Murcia has been inhabited for more than 2,000 years, the capital, Murcia, was not founded until 831. It was then that the Moorish region
One of the most visited parts of all La Palma in Canarias, the salt fields of Fuencaliente are a hugely valuable human landscape where the white salt, the blue sea and the black volcanic earth paint a picture of immense beauty. Nature’s colour palette also
The jewel of the Costa Tropical, Salobreña is a whitewashed township clinging to huge lump of rock just back from the shoreline, topped by a Moorish castle and surrounded by lush sugar cane plantations.
Salobreña has witnessed 6000 years of history thanks to its privileged position
Salamanca is an ancient university town situated in the west of Spain in the Autonomous Community of Castilla and León. The city is an inland destination well worth discovering for many reasons and its historic centre has been designated a World Heritage Site by the
Only 10 kilometres from Valencia you will find the Albufera Natural Park, a Mediterranean ecosystem with unspoilt dune beaches, forests, rice fields and a huge lake where you can enjoy boat trips.
This is where paella was invented and where you can try other culinary delights
The Tropical Coast of Granada offers a refreshing summer with its privileged climate, beautiful landscape and relaxed atmosphere.
Encased at the foot of the mountains and possessing a privileged climate all year round, the Tropical Coast is 75 kilometers long and corresponds to the Mediterranean coastline of