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Cities in Tenerife Island region

Playa De Las Americas

Playa De Las Americas

Playa de las Americas is the capital of Tenerife party, which is the most important aspect to remember about this lively resort on the south coast of the island.


Puerto De La Cruz

Puerto De La Cruz

Puerto de la Cruz is a town and municipality in the north of Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. It was previously known by its English translation, "Port of the Cross", although nowadays it is known by its name in every language Spanish.


Costa Adeje

Costa Adeje

Destination resort of Costa Adeje is for all intents and purposes, the Playa de las Americas area running west of Veronicas by Puerto Colon, Torviscas, Fanabe, Playa del Duque, and then finally on to La Caleta.


Tenerife

Tenerife

Tenerife is the largest island (2034 square miles) and highest (3718 meters) of the Canary Islands and is called "Island of Eternal Spring", because temperatures here do not fall below 20 ° C and not exceed 30 ° C. We can say that the island is like a huge pyramid surrounded by beaches of great beauty. The center meets Tenerife El Teide, the highest mountain massif in Spain, with a height of 3718 m. According to mountaineers, the climb to the top is very difficult, because it starts very close to sea level. The mountain is the symbol of the island and can be seen from any place on Tenerife.


Adeje

Adeje

Located in the south of Tenerife, between the foothills of Teide and the crystalline waters of the Atlantic Ocean, is the town of Adeje Canary Islands.



Puerto Santiago

Puerto Santiago

Directly south of the fishing village of Los Gigantes is old Puerto Santiago, which, despite extensive development, still retains an unhurried atmosphere, familiar. Puerto de Santiago is located between Playa la Arena and Los Gigantes by. It is on the coastal road that connects villages.


Costa del Silencio

Costa del Silencio

Located in the south of Tenerife, Costa Del Silencio, which translates as silent coast, it was one of the first purpose built resorts


Golf del Sur

Golf del Sur

Golf del Sur is a holiday resort course and course located in Tenerife, Canary Islands in the municipality of San Miguel subscribers. In 1989, 1992, 1993 and 1994, Golf del Sur hosted the Tenerife Open tournament.


Playa Paraiso

Playa Paraiso

Playa Paraiso is an island situated 12 miles north of Playa del Carmen in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo.


Arona

Arona

Arona is a Spanish city located in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife in the south of Tenerife (Canary Islands). As population it is the third municipality of Tenerife (after Santa Cruz de Tenerife and San Cristóbal de La Laguna) and the fifth of the Canary Islands.


San Miguel de Abona

San Miguel de Abona

San Miguel de Abona is a picturesque city and municipality in the southern part of Tenerife, one of the Canary Islands and part of the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain.


Santa Cruz De Tenerife

Santa Cruz De Tenerife

A great way to explore the city is to take an open-top bus tour, where you can jump on and off taking important milestones on the road.


El Medano

El Medano

El Médano (Spanish, "The sand dune") is a town in the municipality of Granadilla de Abona, on the island of Tenerife, one of the Canary Islands. The main bay is divided into three areas, the general sailing area with very good entry and exit points, the swimming area, marked by a chain of buoys and the pigs bay, which is to be avoided because of security reasons.


Playa De La Arena

Playa De La Arena

Playa de la Arena is a resort town south of Los Gigantes and resorts in Puerto Santiago del Teide Santiago in the city on the west coast of Tenerife, Spain.





Guia De Isora

Guia De Isora

Guia de Isora, also known simply as guide, is a municipality in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife, Spain - Canarias. The capital is located in the town of Guia, located approximately 560 meters.


Los Realejos

Los Realejos

Los Realejos province Municipiu this an in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife pe insula, Spania - Canary. Capitala oraşul this situat în Los Realejos, situat the aproximativ 327 metri.


Cities in Costa Brava region

Barcelona Airport

Barcelona Airport

Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, an autonomous community in northeastern Spain. It is also the second largest city in Spain after Madrid. Barcelona is located on the Mediterranean coast, 160 km south of the Pyrenees mountain range, which is the border with France. The city's population is approximately 1.6 million and a metropolitan area of about 3 million.


Lloret De Mar

Lloret De Mar

Lloret de Mar is one of the biggest tourist centers on the Costa Brava, located 68 km north of Barcelona. A lot of families spend their summer holiday in Lloret de Mar, the resort offers five entertaining and well-organized beaches. Tourism has transformed the old fishing village into a commercial center in the '50s, when old houses were demolished to make way for major hotels and urbanization. However, I still have left evidence of history and rich culture of this area. The hill was excavated Puig de Castellet Iberian settlement of a year 250 BC, the area was later occupied by the Romans.


Calella

Calella

Calella is located in the region of Catalonia on the Costa Maresme, which is regarded as part of the Costa Brava. This modern city is located 50 km from Barcelona, work it and the 3 km from the beach making the tourist capital of the Costa Maresme Calella. Sometimes it happens to be confused with Calella Palafrugalis, which is located 60km to the east along the coast. Calella has many modern hotels that offer the best conditions. Local governments and commercial organizations have made great efforts to attract international tourists here.


Santa Susana

Santa Susana

Santa Susana is located on the Costa Brava in Lloret de Mar 14km south and 65km from Barcelona. Finding himself in front of forested hills, Santa Susannna offers both an authentic old town and modern resort with many facilities. Santa Susanna resort beaches have a length of 2 km and are close to Malgrat de Mar, located on the north-east. Consists of sand and gravel beaches, sand coves, sun loungers and umbrellas are finding fully. The old fortified town of Santa Susanna is full of cobblestone streets and painted houses, Catalan and restaurants offering local handicrafts shops.


Malgrat De Mar

Malgrat De Mar

Malgrat de Mar is a typical Mediterranean resort located at the southern end of Costa Brava, 61km from Barcelona. The main attraction is the beach resort, divided by small cliffs and coves. Malgrat de Mar has some fine sandy beaches and water sports facilities. L Astillero Beach Hotel serves the main area, so it is often crowded. Tordera, however, is the largest and least crowded beach in Malgrat de Mar, but the waves can be dangerous. Nightlife in Malgrat de Mar is quite lively, though not overwhelming, with several discos and clubs. The beach is a pleasant promenade with many bars and restaurants.


Costa Brava

Costa Brava

Costa Brava is one of the most beautiful holiday destinations in Spain. Located in northeastern Catalonia, in the province of Girona, Costa Brava resorts are perfect for families with children and young people eager for extreme adventures. Known for wild landscapes, crystal clear water and fine sand, Costa Brava was one of the favorite destinations of the great artist Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso. Spanish Beaches looks like a shrine. They are surrounded by clear blue water on one side and palm trees and restaurants, on the other side.


Aro Beach

Aro Beach

Platja D'Aro is a municipality in the Costa Brava, Spain that is found in the region of Bajo Ampurdam. It is a small locality with a population of 10,000 made up of Castell D'Aro, Platja D'Aro, and S'Agaro...three towns of the municipality known as Castell d'Aro. In it's origins, Platja D'Aro was a small fishermen's town that with the passing of time has become one focusing on tourism which is it's main source of income. For this reason many hotels, apartments, houses, villas and chalets have been built to satisfy the increasing demand. The same is true for other nearby localities like Castell D'Aro that just as Playa d'aro has grown quite a bit in the past few years.


Pineda De Mar

Pineda De Mar

Pineda de Mar is a resort located 55 km northeast of Barcelona, which occupies 3 km of coastline on the Costa Brava. Pineda de Mar beach is spacious but never too crowded. Blue Flag is awarded and has facilities such as toilets, showers, bicycle parking spaces. Nearby are uninhabited Medes Islands protected area and is a perfect place for diving - the crystal clear waters will pleasantly surprise you with rich marine life. The city has a good urban planning, benefiting many green spaces with trees and flowers. The resort is focused on family tourism and as night life is.


Caldes D Estrac

Caldes D Estrac

Caldes d'Estrac or Caldetes is a locality in Spain in the community of Catalonia in the province of Barcelona. In 2006 we had a population of 2,607 inhabitants. It is located in the Maresme area.


Tossa De Mar

Tossa De Mar

Tossa de Mar is a resort located on the Costa Brava in Catalonia, about 33 km north of Barcelona and 100 km south of the border with France. Tossa de Mar is a splendid town with cobbled streets, a magnificent ancient castle, spectacular mountains and valleys full of vegetation. Until the development of village tourism in all major occupations were farming and fishing. Fishing is practiced today in some measure a few families in town. History and art town Tossa de Mar (Costa Brava, Spain) joins the traditional flavor of a city sailor. Thus, in Vila Nova district, which stretches along the beach, most focuses offers leisure and holiday hotels, aparthotels, restaurants, terraces.


Blanes

Blanes

Blanes is located in the southern end of Girona province at the mouth of the river Tordera. The resort has 4 km of coastal beaches, the most common being S `Abanell and Platja de Blanes. Blanes resort is a famous destination more relaxed than Lloret de Mar and Tossa de Mar, the beaches are less crowded. Though the image of the city was affected by tourism development, still retains the historic old fishing village atmosphere, old buildings and cafes.


Castelldefels

Castelldefels

Spain Castelldefels is a village in the province of Barcelona in Catalonia community. Castelldefels has an area of 13 km2. In 2006 it had a population of 58.633 inhabitants.


Sitges

Sitges

Sitges is a resort on the Catalan Costa Dorada, between Barcelona and Tarrangona, and one of the oldest resorts on the Spanish Mediterranean coast. Sitges became a fashionable resort in the early twentieth century, the period after which remained a legacy of elegant villas and mansions. In the early 60's Sitges resort vacations have gotten a bohemian atmosphere, in stark contrast with the Spanish dictator Franco. Sitges is a holiday town with wide beaches, clean water, a steep shore and an avenue bordered by palm trees. The promenade along the beach there is beautiful villas in Neo-Baroque decorative style type.


Torroella De Montgri

Torroella De Montgri

Torroella de Montgrí is a coastal municipality on the coast of Brava and a small town in Catalonia, Spain. The city can be seen on the north bank of the Ter River. The city is located 22 km east of Girona and 5 km west of L'Estartit resort.


Hospitalet De Llobregat

Hospitalet De Llobregat

L'Hospitalet de Llobregat is a city in Spain in the community of Catalonia in the province of Barcelona. Depending on the population, it is the second largest in Catalonia and the sixteenth in Spain. It is noted as one of the most densely populated cities in the European Union.


Roses

Roses

Roses is one of the oldest towns Catalan, located on the Costa Brava, 30 km from the border with France. Roses is situated at the northern end of the bay with the same name and although in the last 40 years tourism development took off, remained quiet and relaxing resort, retaining much of its original charm. One advantage of this destination is the location near two major reservations: Cap de Creus Peninsula, where there are unique plant and animal species, and the Parc Natural dels Aiguamolls of L'Emporda, with salt lakes, sand dunes and fields of cane.


Empuriabrava

Empuriabrava

Empuriabrava (Spanish: Empuriabrava) is an organization of city people Castelló d'Empúries, in Alt Empordà (Costa Brava, Gerona province, Catalonia, Spain). It is located in the Bay of Roses, surrounded by the Natural Park of Aiguamolls de l'Emporda, and is the largest residential marina in Europe, with some 24 km of waterways.


L Estartit

L Estartit

L'Estartit is a small town located on the north coast of Spain on the Costa Brava, between the foot Montgrí Mountain and Mediterranean. Beautiful landscape of this resort is completed by Medas Islands - Medes in Catalan - which I see about 1.5 km from L'Estartit. First L'Estartit was a fishing village, but the wave of tourist development on the Costa Brava in the 1960s brought an influx of tourists in this town, which led to increased community and its orientation towards tourism. Today seaside resort offers visitors modern facilities and various accommodations, interesting shopping areas, sports facilities and numerous cultural events - cycling, horse riding, diving, sailing, golf, etc.


San Feliu De Guixols

San Feliu De Guixols

Sant Feliu de Guíxols (Catalan pronunciation: [sam fəɫiw ðə ɣiʃuɫs]) is a municipio in the comarca of Baix Empordà in Catalonia, Spain. It is located on the Costa Brava and is a major tourist center and port.


Gerona Area

Gerona Area

Girona is an attractive city that boasts the best preserved neighborhood Hebrew in Catalonia - Call It features a rich and tumultuous history. The city is situated at the confluence of the Ter, Onyar, Galligants and Güell, which made the city to be a focal point of the region since the Roman Empire. The first inhabitants were Iberian, then came the Romans, who built a fort which they called a gerund. After he fell into the hands of many civilizations, the Roman Empire went to Girona. In the twelfth century Jewish community flourished in Girona, there is a large school building of Kabbalah.


Cities in Mallorca region

Palma De Mallorca All Locations

Palma De Mallorca All Locations

The largest island of Spain, and one of the most famous holiday destinations, Mallorca is located in the Mediterranean. Due to continued growth of its popularity among the tourists, Mallorca is usually associated with the idea of mass tourism, which is said to have changed radically in front of the town and the island since the '50s. Over the years, Mallorcade multicultural population on the island has had an impact on native lifestyles, changing not only the cuisine but also the old sociolinguistic map of the island, so that today there are an increasing variety of restaurants island.


Magaluf

Magaluf

Magaluf is a holiday resort on the Spanish island of Mallorca.


El Arenal

El Arenal

El Arenal Mallorca, summer resort situated on the fine sandy beach 10 kilometers east of Palma de Mallorca and 5 kilometers from Palma International Airport has become a cosmopolitan mix of nationalities where together with young Germans, Dutch and British prevail.


Ca N Pastilla

Ca N Pastilla

Ca Pastilla is located in south-eastern island of Majorca, near Son Sant Juan airport. This is one of the first resorts discovered by British tourism beginning in the 1960s. Ca n Pastilla consists of a main street and hundreds of little side streets. There is a picturesque port and the Club Marítimo San Antonio de la Playa on the edge of the bay. Restaurants and bars are located along the promenade and the side-streets. Beaches stretch to Ca n Pastilla Playa de Palma and Arenal. There is a train to travel between these three resorts. Ca n Pastilla beaches are characterized by "Balnearios" - tiny huts equipped with toilet, shower and a soft drinks bar.


Puerto De Alcudia

Puerto De Alcudia

Puerto de Alcudia is situated north-east of Mallorca. Puerto de Alcudia is a historic town with Roman and Moorish influences. It is a modern resort and a friendly resort, full of life with one of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean area, with facilities for family accommodation in good condition and with a large number of quality bars and restaurants. Puerto de Alcudia is a city with narrow streets with houses and palaces dating from centuries. XVI and XVII. Playa de Muro (although another part of town) close to Puerto Alcudia and also has a beautiful beach, some great hotels, and a huge natural park - S'Albufera.


Paguera

Paguera

Paguera is a beach resort in south-west Majorca, Spain being part of the municipality of Calvia. Paguera is located in the southwest of green coniferous forests of the island. The resort has a special microclimate, which makes it the most desirable resort in winter. Paguera boasts three main beaches, which are populated throughout the summer season: Playa Palmira, Playa Tora and Playa Romanian. Playa Torah is quite narrow (180m - long, 65m - width) and pine vegetation to reach the beach of fine white sand. The cliff is adapted for disabled guests.


Cala Millor

Cala Millor

Cala Millor is a tourist destination on the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca for.


Majorca Mallorca

Majorca Mallorca

In the north-west of Ibiza are Majorca (Mallorca), the largest island of the Balearic Islands, top tourist destination in Europe, attracting over 6 million tourists annually. The island has a length of 100 km and a width of 75 km. Mallorca is considered the island contrasts in southwest busy tourist cities in the north and the beauty of unspoiled nature with sandy beaches and high mountains in the south and the rocky coast in the north. Capital of the island is Palma de Mallorca, with a growing reputation, one of the exclusive Mediterranean capitals.


Porto Cristo

Porto Cristo

Porto Cristo is a small town on the eastern coast of Mallorca. It is 13.8km (8.6 miles) away from Manacor.


Cala Ratjada

Cala Ratjada

Cala Ratjada is one of the most important fishing ports in Mallorca, located in the northeast, in the municipality of Capdepera. The old port of Cala Ratjada is not yet characterized and enchanted traditionally, with a number of fishing men, including traditional llaüt mallorcan.


Calas de Mallorca

Calas de Mallorca

Laredo (/ ləreɪdoʊ / lə-RAY-DOH; Spanish: [laɾeðo]) is the county seat of the county Webb, Texas, USA, located on the northern shore of the Grande Rio in South Texas, across from Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico. According to the 2010 census, the city population was 236,191 making it the tenth most populous city in Texas and the third most populous in the United States Mexicane- border after San Diego and El Paso.


Cala Mayor

Cala Mayor

Although still officially recognized as an independent state itself, Cala Mayor is for all intents and purposes, a residential suburb in the south-west section of Palma.


Palmanova

Palmanova

Palma Nova is a city on the island of Mallorca and a sea resort in the Bay of Palma. Due to special charm, this place was chosen for the construction of the first summer residences and villas outside the city in 1935 in Calvia region. At that time it was decided that the area be renamed, the former name is Son Potassium. During the civil war in Spain and isolation that followed, the resort development has been suspended and renewed until about 1960, but already I had at the garden-city concept, as conceived from the outset. The first hotels opened here in 1957 and 1959.


Cala Blava

Cala Blava

Costa Blava is a small resort located on the island of Mallorca, near Palma. This tourist attraction hosts exotic landscapes, sandy beaches and spectacular rocks with a pleasant atmosphere. It is a destination for couples and families or for those who want a quiet stay.


Cala D Or

Cala D Or

Cala d'Or is one of the first coastal tourist resorts in Mallorca, which appeared in the 30s of the twentieth century, a short distance from the capital Palma de Mallorca, thanks to the natural beauty of beaches and bays of the area. The idea to develop a picture similar to that of the neighboring island - Ibiza in this resort, with white houses with flat roofs, urbanization was a promoter, a native of Ibiza, Antonio Costa, who tried to imitate the landscape of his native island . Natural arrangement of bays opening to the sea to protect most of the winds, so storms are rare and have little impact on beaches.


Ca N Picafort

Ca N Picafort

Ca N Picafort is located 60 km north-east of Palma, Alcudia Bay in the east, north coast of Mallorca. This holiday town was originally a small fishing village, now the port city is the main source of income for the locals. Ca N Picafort is a resort for people who want to relax. It It has a fine sandy beaches that Puerto Alcudia and Playa de Mura nearby. Ca N Picafort Albufera Park is a treasure for nature lovers. Here are returning migratory birds each year from all over Europe. The entire park is open to visitors and is very easy to navigate the alleys because of its present indicators.


Puerto Pollensa

Puerto Pollensa

Situated in the north-east of Mallorca, Puerto Pollensa is known as one of the most picturesque resorts on the island. Located in the Mountains Tramunta and a curved bay, the resort has a fantastic beach for families who are looking for some underwater fun. Both landscape and beautiful sandy beaches make Puerto Pollensa remains a favorite resort of visitors throughout the year. With some stunning scenery, this is a great place for leisure.


Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa

The town and resort of Santa Ponsa is located in the western part of the island of Mallorca, on the gulf with the same name. Unlike most nearby resorts, Santa Ponsa boasts a rich history that has its beginnings in the Roman Empire, during which the city was founded Santa Ponsa, who has kept the name over the centuries. Santa Ponsa they attract tourists not only by its rich history, unusual places as the beauty, beach 1300 m long and 100 m wide, calm and comfortable atmosphere that prevails in the resort throughout the season. It should be noted that Santa Ponsa is a favorite of Irish.


Porto Colom

Porto Colom

Porto Colom is considered one of the most charming islands off the east coast of Mallorca. Main beach, Cala Marçal, is 500 meters from Porto Colom. The sand is fine and clear and clean water. The beach has a gentle slope and is very suitable for children. It also offers a small playground. Because it is a clean and safe beach, Cala Marçal has been awarded the blue flag. The old city is the most beautiful of all the old centers Mallorca region and is recognized as the most well maintained. Its small streets and devious, with lots of shops, bars and restaurants just waiting to be visited.


Sa Coma

Sa Coma

Sa Coma, Majorca sat on the east coast, was put together back in the eighties as a family-focused resort town - so everything in easy reach.


Illetas

Illetas

This village on the coast of southwest Mallorca has earned itself a reputation as the island Monte Carlo, due to the ritzy hotels and luxury vibe. You'll find a handful of shops and restaurants around the main street, Passeig de les Illetas but real, its USP is green pine-clad hills and dramatic rocky coast. And when you want bright lights, you're just 10 km from the island's capital, Palma.


Soller

Soller

Sóller (pronounced Catalan: [soʎə]) is a town and municipality near the north west coast of Mallorca in the Balearic Islands of Spain. The town is about 3 km inland of Port de Soller, in a high valley, shaped bowl, which also includes the village and the hamlets of Biniaraix Fornalutx and Binibassi. The combined population is about 14,000. A famous tram, The Tranvía de Soller Sóller links to Port de Sóller.


Pollenca

Pollenca

Pollença (Catalan pronunciation: [poʎɛnsə]) is a town and municipality located in the far north of Majorca, near Cap Formentor and Alcudia. It lies about 6 km (4 mi) west of its port, Port de Pollença.


Colonia Sant Jordi

Colonia Sant Jordi

Colonia de Sant Jordi is a former colony of fishing and belongs to the municipal district of Ses Salines, which is located in the upper south-east of Mallorca between Santanyi and Campos and takes its name from salt flats thousands of years already used by the Romans .


S Illot

S Illot

S'Illot and resorts nearest neighbor Ma, part of the municipal district of Sant Llorenc des Cardassar, and are located along the east coast of Majorca, beautiful resorts sandwiched between Cala Millor and Porto Cristo.


Canyamel

Canyamel

Cala Canyamel - is an old resort, situated between Cala Ratjada and Cala Millor. An ideal place for tourists eager holiday makers but mobile enough to find nearby places to visit. Canyamel beach is gorgeous and visited by hikers a day.


Cala Bona

Cala Bona

Located on the east coast of Majorca, Cala Bona is a relaxed fishing town that comes with plenty of rustic charm.


Calvia

Calvia

Calvi (Italian pronunciation: [kəɫvia]) is a municipality on the island of Majorca, part of the Spanish autonomous community of the Balearic Islands. It is located in the south-west of Majorca, between the Serra de Tramuntana. and Serra de Na BURGUES. Vila municipal seat is the city of Calvia.


Port D Andratx

Port D Andratx

Puerto Andratx este o staţiune populară sofisticată situată în vârful de sud vest al Mallorca, în mare parte neatinsă de vizitatori și hoteluri. Se laudă cu unele dintre cele mai bune restaurante de pe insulă, cu o mulţime de cafe-baruri, cât şi cu mici bistrouri şi buticuri ascunse pe străzi lăturalnice. În ciuda creșterii popularității, Puerto Andratx și-a păstrat farmecul tradiţional este şi în port puteți vedea bărci de pescuit şi puteți cumpăra peşte proaspăt. Port Andratx este un refugiu încântător față de capitala Palma, dar la distanţă scurtă de 28 km. Locaţia este una dintre cele mai elegante destinaţii din Marea Mediterană şi atrage o mulțime de vizitatori celebri.


Camp De Mar

Camp De Mar

The holiday resort of Camp de Mar with the cities of Andratx, Port d'Andratx, S'Arracó and Sant Elm, are the main developments in the municipal district of Andratx on the southwest corner of Majorca extreme.



Cities in Costa Blanca region

Benidorm Area

Benidorm Area

Valenciana Benidorm is a resort and one of the most famous beach resorts in Spain. Even before the 1960s was only a small hamlet, today Benidorm is often called the "Manhattan of Spain" or "Beniyork" because the horizon composed of many "skyscraper." The nearly 4 million visitors to the resorts facilities are proof of quality and beauty of the beaches of Benidorm. The resort is visited mostly by Belgian, British and Dutch, so that in some parts of town do not really have a chance to hear Spanish. Benidorm has three main beaches - Llevant, Poniente and Mal Pas - each awarded "blue flag".


Valencia

Valencia

Valencia is located on the east coast of Spain, on the right bank of the river Turia, 351 km south-east of Madrid and 361 km south-west of Barcelona. The third largest city in the country, Valencia is an important academic center, industrial, commercial and tourist center. Set amongst orange trees and rice fields, Valencia has a reputation as a romantic destination, which can be justified if we look at the city's glorious past. Today, historical relics are hidden among modern buildings or monotonous. However, the hometown of writer Vicente Blasco Ibáñez has preserved its cultural values.


Alicante Area

Alicante Area

Alicante (Catalan: Alacant, Spanish: Alicante) Alicante is the provincial capital of the autonomous community of Valencia, located in south-eastern Spain, the Mediterranean Sea. Currently, Alicante is one of the most modern and most beautiful cities on the coast of Spain. This metropolis, known in Catalan Alacant is (along with Barcelona and Valencia) one of the most important ports and tourist resorts on the Mediterranean Sea and also the main commercial center and fishing in the region of Valencia. The history of this city is tied to the sea.


Gandia

Gandia

Gandia is a seaside resort located on the Costa del Azahar - Orange Trees Spanish coast, 65 km south of Valencia. With about 55 000 inhabitants Gandia is one of the largest cities in the area. A large coastal city and an important tourist destination it is divided into two areas: Gandia town with historical monuments and commercial activity, and 2 km away, Gandia Beach with summer residences, night clubs and bars. Gandia Beach with a length of about 11 km, is an attraction, especially for tourists from Spain and other counties. 4 km away from the city and found a small port - El Grao, or El Grau in Catalan.


Playa De San Juan

Playa De San Juan

San Juan Beach formerly known as Platja de l'Horta is a beach located in Alicante (Spain) and residential neighborhood located along and around this beach. It is located about seven kilometers north-east of the center.


Calpe

Calpe

Port and city at the same time, Calpe is an oasis of the most popular tourist region of Costa Blanca. Calpe is a privileged enclave, located near the tranquil waters of the Mediterranean. This is the place where natural beauty, cuisine, culture, sea and mountains are part of everyday life of locals. The old part of town attracts many tourists, because the mixture fascinating museums, picturesque streets, markets, bars and terraces. Municipal District stretches along the bay whose northern edge is marked by impressive Ifach Rock, Costa Blanca resistance element.


Alicante City Costa Blanca

Alicante City Costa Blanca

Alicante is a city located in Spain. It is located along the Costa Blanca, it is the capital of the province of Alicante and the region of Alicante. It is also a historic Mediterranean port.


Denia

Denia

Denia is a typical Spanish town located in the northern city of Alicante, near the Mediterranean coast and the mountains Segar. The resort is located almost halfway between Valencia and Alicante airports which are approximately 60 minutes. The main attractions are the huge port Mediteană Sea and the ruins of an ancient fortress situated right in the middle of town. Denia is also host to numerous festivals, including the feast of "throwing fire in the air" in March. If you plan to vacation in Denia petreaceti a boat trip to Javea, Altea and Benidorm would be unforgettable.


La Manga

La Manga

The area of La Manga del Mar Menor lies right at the most southern part of the Costa Blanca. Depending on which map you look at, La Manga is situated on the Costa Calida to be precise. The area of the Mar Menor ( little sea ) is almost totally separated from the Mediteranean Sea due to the “La Manga del Mar Menor” which means “the sleeve of the little sea”. This very small strip of land is around 13 miles long and makes up the lagoon of Mar Menor which making it a size of 160 sq. km., a very interesting natural attraction. It is fascinating to see this kind of sea which looks like a little lake when you stand on the La Manga strip and look inwards.



Torrevieja

Torrevieja

Torrevieja is a town in the Valencian Community, Spain. It is located in the province of Alicante on the Mediterranean seafront. It has 101,381 inhabitants and is the 5th city of the Valencian Community. The city covers 71 km ² and has 20 km of shoreline with the following beaches: La Mata, Los Locos, El Cura, El Acequion, Los stranded. Torrevieja, literally means "old tower" at the beginning of last century there were only guarding the tower a few old houses. Surveillance towers that are scattered up and down the coast, there were Moroccan pirates to see who crossed the Mediterranean Sea for centuries.


Altea

Altea

Altea - pretty resort in Valencia, 10km from another popular tourist destination of Benidorm. On trips to Spain in this region encourages tourists trivial area history, recreational opportunities luxurious outstanding natural details and modern tourist industry.


Guardamar Del Segura

Guardamar Del Segura

Guardamar del Segura is located on the south coast of Alicante province, between Torrevieja and Santa Pola. There is some confusion about the origin of the city name. Some say that translated would mean "Guardian of the Sea," but a more likely theory is that it derives from the Arabic "Guald - Al - Amar" which means river of sand. The resort has a coast with many sandy beaches with good quality and a full range of travel services, all made to enjoy your stay. The city has built a wonderful park where you can relax and it can cross the nearby pine forests.


Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca are the 200km coastal province of Alicante, Spain, from the town of Denia in the north to the town of Torrevieja in the south. The name "Costa Blanca" appeared as a promotional name used by BEA when the airline launched flights between London and Valencia in 1957. It has a well developed tourist industry, being a popular destination among British and German tourists.



Santa Pola

Santa Pola

Santa Pola (Valencia and Spanish: [Santa Pola]) is a coastal city located in the comarca of Baix Vinalopó in the Community of Valencia, Spain, on the Mediterranean Sea. It has an area of 58.6 km2 (23 sq mi) and has a population of 30,000 inhabitants, of which 10,000 are residents of the nearby town of Gran Alacant.


Campello

Campello

El Campello is a country Costner Municipal Valencia region Alacati take l'pertanyent Alicante-Elche metropolitan area. COMPTA 2010 and AMB segons l'INE 26.941 inhabitants.


Saler

Saler

Saler is a sandy beach with good quality, 6 km long, and is considered the queen of beaches in Valencia, with an excellent beach, where trees and blue EU flag, the sign of the international range of high quality. It ocrotitǎ winds from the west, up by a chain of high value ecologicǎ dunes and pine trees which stretch vastǎ offers sǎlbatic and natural look. Summer evening wind suflǎ Garb and becomes one of the favorite beach for windsurfing enthusiasts.


Alfaz Del Pi

Alfaz Del Pi

Alfaz del PI1 ( in Valencia and officials, L' Alfas del Pi ) The Spanish UN and the mayor , located in the Southeast dinMarina Baixa ( Alicante Province ) in Valencia. They are inhabitants 21969 (INE 2013) , approximately 56% of care Example foreign nationality


Cities in Costa Del Sol region

Torremolinos

Torremolinos

Torremolinos is the cradle of the oldest civilizations in the Mediterranean and also one of the main destinations on the Costa del Sol. History has left no legacy in Torremolinos corners full of local color, and sailor in the district and many vestiges of the past, Carihuela rich. In the 1920 Torremolinos was a fishing village, but was quickly taken by the tourist industry. The number of inhabitants is 43,000, but during the peak growing season and up to 250,000. Attractions include beaches and pedestrian Calle San Miguel Avenue, which is lined by shops and stretches from downtown to the beach.


Benalmadena

Benalmadena

Benalmadena town lies at the foot of the Mijas mountains to the coast Soerra, in steps, offering a great view. Because it is situated on a hill overlooking the sea inhabitants. The bulk of the population lives in Arroyo de la Miel. On the shores of the coast is a strange building, of Bil-Bil Castle, built in 1934 in neo-Arab style and is used by the city council for exhibitions and cultural events. Benalmadena is made up of three parts - Benalmadena Pueblo, Arroyo de la Miel and Benalmadena Costa. The most interesting part is Benalmadena Costa, with its long beaches, a lively nightlife and delicious gourmet offerings.


Marbella

Marbella

Marbella is the most famous resort on the Costa del Sol and a wonderful city that offers its visitors a typical Andalusian charm, with narrow streets and dazzling white houses. Marbella is also a cosmopolitan city that excels in luxury accommodations and golf courses. It is undoubtedly one of the most important tourist centers of the Coast del Sol (Spain), due to the exceptional quality of infrastructure and the services they offer. Port Banus, surrounded by residential areas, one of the main centers of tourist attraction, hosts an exclusive recreation area The main beaches in Marbella are El Fuerte and La Fontanilla, other beaches are more remote and less accessible.


Fuengirola

Fuengirola

Is one of the towns of Fuengirola on the Costa del Sol, located 29km from Malaga. Fuengirola offers stunning beaches, full of flavor Andalusian golf courses, equestrian centers, parks, hotels, restaurants and cultural events. The resort has managed to preserve many artifacts left by ancient inhabitants as well as Roman baths, the villa Romanian or Arabic castle Sohail. Fuengirola town center is dominated by nineteenth-century Constitution Square, where the church Nuestra Senor del Rosario. On top of a hill near the town at the mouth of the river Fuengirola, Sohail is his castle, built by Abd al-Rahman III in the tenth century and which still keeps the original paintings.


Malaga Area

Malaga Area

Malaga is a large city in southern Spain and is one of the most important tourist destinations in Spain, Europe as well as the Mediterranean Sea coast. The geographical center of the city and town on the Costa del Sol tourist area of Nerja which extends up to Manilva (eastern and western limits of the province of Malaga) with a total length of 160 km from the beach, 100 km east of the Strait of Gibraltar . The mild climate, lush vegetation, beautiful beaches and nearby Malaga turned into a holiday destination. Although the general appearance of the city is modern, Málaga keep some historical buildings like the Cathedral of the sixteenth century, there is also the birthplace of famous artist Pablo Ruiz Picasso.


Costa Del Sol

Costa Del Sol

The Costa del Sol ("Sun Coast" or, more literally, "Coast of the Sun") is a region in the south of Spain, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, comprising the coastal towns and communities along the Mediterranean coastline of the Málaga province. The Costa del Sol is situated between two lesser known costas: Costa de la Luz and Costa Tropical. Formerly made up only of a series of small, quiet fishing settlements, the region has been completely transformed during the latter part of the 20th century into a tourist destination of world renown.


Estepona

Estepona

The mountains shelter Bermeja, Estepona is a major tourist center situated on the Costa del Sol, Malaga Province. Estepona is renowned for its beaches which stretch for 21 km from the coast. It has two beaches awarded Blue Steg, a marina with many bars and restaurants and a city of white houses and picturesque squares. Five minutes west of the port of Playa de Cristo is a small bay with a lifeguard and two barulete. La Rada beach is located two minutes east of the port and has a length of 1.5 km. History of Estepona forward until Roman times.


Torre del Mar

Torre del Mar

Torre del Mar is one of the main tourist resorts on the Costa del Sol . Located in the East Coast , the resort city is Vélez - Málaga , capital Axarquia region .


Nerja

Nerja

Nerja is a coastal resort on the Costa del Sol - Spanish sun coast. Although it is a destination dedicated to coastal tourism, Nerja has retained the look of a traditional locations. The town is located on a hill slope, the center being located in the old part of town that has remained almost nechimbata - narrow streets, wrought-iron balconies full of flowers and a seventeenth-century church. Otherwise tourist facilities are dominant, but hotels can not exceed a certain level of height. Nerja is located at the mouth of the river Chillar, hence its name from - in Arabic "narixa" means "abundant spring".


Cadiz

Cadiz

Cadiz is a city located on the Costa de la Luz, meeting the Atlantic, a region rich in spectacular scenery, fine sandy beaches, golden and enchanting rural villages, mostly built on hills, such as Arcos de la Frontera and Grazalema. Andalusian port of Cadiz is situated around a limestone cliff into the sea occurred at the end of a 9-km long peninsula, which forwards the Gulf of Cadiz and is linked to the mainland by a bridge - Puente toll. Cadiz City is protected by violent waves using high walls of up to 15 m. Cadiz are characteristic white houses with roof terrace and the famous towers wake - miradores, and parks with palm trees.


Seville

Seville

The city of Sevilla is located in the center of the province of Andalucia, southern Spain and is one of the cities with the most modern infrastructure in the Iberian Peninsula. Thus, it is equipped with a first class port, which serves both boating and commercial lines, with an international airport with a modern station, considered one of the best in the country.


Ronda

Ronda

Located in a charming place on the edge of a steep, Ronda is an ancient city in central Malaga province. The impressive city is positioned over the basin and the natural wonders of the Tagus River, is surrounded by mountains. From here you can see the Alameda del Tajo gardens and the ancient palace of the Moorish kings of Ronda. Strategic location has enabled the city to maintain independence during several centuries, and in 1485, Ronda has become the capital of the Moorish kingdom separately. Famous for bullfighting, Ronda is considered one of the oldest arenas in Spain, and, not incidentally, there is a museum of the corrida.


Rincon de la Victoria

Rincon de la Victoria

Rincon de la Victoria is a city in the province of Malaga Andalusian. The municipality with the highest welfare of the province according to the synthetic indicator of economic well-being developed by analysts of Andalusia (AEA) -to Unicaja group.



Cordoba

Cordoba

Cordoba, the most important city in Andalusia after Seville, lies at the foot of the Sierra de Cordoba, a field that slides easily into the river Guadalquivir. Cordoba is an important landmark of European culture, a blend of various cultures that have settled here throughout history. The town was declared a World Heritage Site. The historic center of town is a cluster of streets, alleys, squares and buildings painted, placed around the cathedral - Mosque. Few places in the world can boast that were subsequently Hispaniei capital during the Umayyad Caliphate and the capital of the Roman Empire.


Mijas

Mijas

Mijas village is situated at the foot of the same name, about 50 km from the city of Malaga (Costa del Sol, Spain). Andaliza is a typical village, who knew how to combine the condition of town at the foot of a major tourist complex located in the neighborhood of La Cala, where the 12 km stretch of beach. Climate Mijas enjoyed excellent during the entire year and turned the sea water quality in this city a perfect destination for those who want to enjoy great, but without losing the mountain attractions. Las Lagunas, La Cala and Mijas Pueblo are three different sides of a single station: Mijas.


Cities in Costa Dorada region

Salou

Salou

Salou is located in the Spanish region of Catalonia on the Costa Dorada. Salou is the undisputed capital of this coastline which is one of the Mediterranean's most popular playgrounds. The resort is particularly favoured by British tourists, partly because of its proximity to the nearby airport of Reus which is only 15 minutes drive away. The airport handles regular charter flights from London; average flying time is just two hours. International tourists also use scheduled flights into Barcelona, about one hour's drive north of Salou. One of the biggest attractions of Salou is of course the mega theme park, Port Aventura, which is right alongside the resort.


Costa Dorada

Costa Dorada

Costa Dorada, Spain Gold Coast - is located in the north-east of the Iberian Peninsula, with its capital at Tarragona. Entire region is the historic city center of Tarragona, which is a very important port. Costa Dorada is characterized by the ancient and medieval remains, and the bullfight, or corrida known, very popular with locals. Most important here Salou resort is a modern and bustling city with many good quality accommodation, apartments, luxury hotels, restaurants, bars, shops and discos. Are wide sandy beaches, shallow water near shore.


La Pineda

La Pineda

La Pineda on the Costa Dorada coast is a good holiday location for families and couples. It is a popular holiday choice for families with young children with long safe sandy beaches. This resort is much quieter than its neighbours Salou and Cambrils. Pineda is a pretty sea-side town with fountains, flowers and a tree filled square; you will find some good quality shops to browse around. There are good leisure facilities to enjoy, much of your holiday will probably be spent on the beach you can hire sun-beds and relax by the sea maybe enjoy a drink at one of the many bars, if you feel a bit more adventurous there is a variety of watersports available some more energetic than others! The resort has a palm lined promenade; much of the activity is to be found around the sea front and the promenade, there are cafes, bars and ice-cream parlours it comes alive in the busy summer months and is the main meeting point through the day and at night.


Cambrils

Cambrils

Cambrils is a community village in Spain in Catalonia in the province of Tarragona. An eminently maritime city, simple and hardworking, open and cordial, Cambrils harmonized perceived influences from Spain and outside its borders, along with their cultural roots, specific to a mild climate, favorable tolerance, thus creating an ideal place to live, work and visit and, above all, joy. Cambrils town, situated in the heart of the Daurada Coast, is a brilliant example of traditional Mediterranean style. The visitor can enjoy beautiful beaches and peaceful, picturesque harbor, the range of unbeatable holiday facilities and, above all, the kitchen.


Calafell

Calafell

Calafell on the Costa Dorada resort town combines the charm of its historic heritage with its tradition of navigation. Among Calafell's monumental heritage it is worth highlighting the medieval castle with housing walls, Romanesque church of Santa Creu, the lombard -11th century- and with remains of old murals of the apse.


Cities in Community of Madrid region

Madrid

Madrid

Madrid is not only the capital but also capital of the province and autonomous community of Madrid. Important points include the famous cultural and tourist Prado Museum, Thyssen Bornemisza Museum, Reina Sofia Art Center (where Pablo Picasso's Guernica is), Cason del Buen Retiro, the Royal Palace, the Templo Debod, Monasterio de las Descalzas Reales, the Puerta del Sol , Parque de Retiro, and Chueca, the gay district. Madrid is administratively divided into 21 districts, which in turn in different neighborhoods. Other nearby towns are popular for day trips from Madrid, including Toledo, Segovia, Ávila, Aranjuez, Alcalá de Henares, the monastery and palace complex of El Escorial and Santa Cruz del Valle de los caída.


Madrid Airport

Madrid Airport

Barajas International Airport is Spain's largest airport, located in Madrid. Airport began service in 1928. Currently has four terminals and has a maximum operating capacity of one hundred twenty flights per hour. Rising costs of approximately $ 1.5 billion, and having a capacity of 35 million tourists a year, Barajas airport is the biggest project of the company Stirka Harbour + Partners. Pillars, painted in rainbow colors to facilitate orientation, are illuminated by natural light that enters the room. Also, extremely explicit billboards inform passengers about the time needed to reach the desired terminal.


Torrejon De Ardoz

Torrejon De Ardoz

Torrejón de Ardoz is a community in the autonomous community of Madrid, Spain. It is located 20 km east of Madrid, on the A-2 (Madrid-Barcelona motorway). It is essentially a city, consisting mostly of apartments, a large mall and a park containing models with numerous famous European landmarks.


Alcala De Henares

Alcala De Henares

City of Alcala de Henares is a city in Spain, located 35 km northeast of Madrid. The city has a population of about 200,000 inhabitants, the second largest region after the Spanish capital itself. Alcala de Henares city center remains essentially a medieval city with many cobblestone streets, historical, Cervantes is inconjutat Market (famous Plaza de Cervantes), crossed by a pedestrian street. One of the most important streets of Alcalá de Henares is "Calle del Cardenal Cisneros". The city hosts a large population of international students at the university because of this.


Cities in Gran Canaria region

Maspalomas

Maspalomas

Maspalomas is the oldest tourist town in the south coast of Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands and is part of the municipality of San Bartolomé. Maspalomas is a place that you always meet on the first pages of guidelines on Gran Canaria tursitice. Therefore, the image shifting sand dunes of Maspalomas, a resort in southern island wide, you probably will impress in the memory before you see with your eyes. Due to the relative closeness to Africa and fight the wind direction, the dunes were formed by the deposit of sand brought by the Sahara desert.


Las Palmas

Las Palmas

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is the capital and largest city of the Canary Islands archipelago, and one of the largest cities in Spain. Las Palmas offers sun, sea and an exceptional historical heritage. Guanche combination of Aboriginal culture, and colonial past that is at a distance of 144 km from the coast of Africa, have created a unique character, a mix between Europe, America and Africa. The island capital, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria enjoys a subtropical climate, summer temperatures are keeping the whole year. In port or Christopher Columbus landed in his first trip to America, the city keeping its memory alive in the house and memorial statue in the historic center Vegueta.


Playa De Taurito

Playa De Taurito

The resort is situated between Playa de Taurito Playa del Cura and Puerto Mogán, just an hour from the airport of Las Palmas. It is a tourist resort located on the southwest coast around a bay. The centerpiece of the resort of Playa de Taurito is a swimming pool. Playa Taurito is a wonderful location for a vacation with fine sand. 64% of the island is considered by UNESCO biosphere reserve. There is a great network of trails along the island, you can explore on foot or by bicycle. You can even see whales and dolphins in their natural habitat, off the south coast of the island.


Playa Del Ingles

Playa Del Ingles

Playa del Inglés (Spanish for "Englishman's Beach") is a city on the south coast of Gran Canaria and is one of the most popular and largest resorts. If you are in search of monuments and other cultural attractions, Playa del Inglés is just right place to be able to find them. However, spiritual needs, there Ecuménico Templo de San Salvador, an ecumenical church that provides services in three different languages. When you tired of sitting at the beach you can walk on the Paseo Costa Canaria, an alley lined with lush tropical flora and luxury villas.


Gran Canaria Island All Locations

Gran Canaria Island All Locations

Dubbed the miniature continent of Spain, the island of Gran Canaria is rich in values CanariaGran able to entice the taste for strong tourism experiences to visitors from around the world. Being the largest formation of land in the Canary Islands, longer holds, while another incentive tourist has perfect conditions for surfing, which is why he was often compared with Hawaii. Finally, the island is a value UNESCO, which declared a Biosphere Reserve. It is clear that tourists who are looking for unspoiled nature of human intervention have great opportunity to be satisfied with staying in Gran Canaria.


San Agustin

San Agustin

San Agustin was in a rocky area and encourage all those who seek a quieter area than Playa del Ingles. The resort is lined bungalows, hotels and apartments, surrounded by beautiful gardens. Almost all are overlooking the mountain. Alley Las Flores lies on a sandy beach, which is of volcanic origin. Near the alley behind bars tourists, restaurants, a shopping center with shops and a casino. Transfer by bus from the airport takes about 30 minutes.


Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is a rich history , white sandy beaches priest and mountainous wooded SI friendly, relaxed atmosphere . Puerto Rico is composed of several islands and keys; Puerto Rico Island is the largest island and hub - the main site .


Playa de Mogan

Playa de Mogan

For those looking for something more exclusive and genuine we recommend Puerto de Mogán. In the south-west of the island, after taking the coastal road that runs on the spectacular cliffs over the blue Atlantic we get to this quiet and wonderful enclave far from the noisy tourist areas of the island.


Gran Canaria Island All Locations

Gran Canaria Island All Locations

Gran Canaria is an island in the archipelago "Canary Islands" (in the Atlantic Ocean) that belongs to Spain. It has an area of ​​1,560.1 km², being the size of the third island in the archipelago. Together with Cape Verde, Madeira and the Azores, the Canary Islands form the Macaronezean ecoregion.


Cities in Ibiza region

San Antonio Ibiza

San Antonio Ibiza

San Antonio is one of the most popular tourist areas and the island of Ibiza and is known to aflta approx 20 minutes away (by car) from the capital of Ibiza and to the airport. Also known as San British tourists a year by the name of the resort is full of Sant Antoni de Portmany. Long Bay is lined by bars, restaurants and apartments that offer hosting. The resort has several small beaches beautiful and largest beaches Cala Conta, Cala Bassa and Cala Tarida is just a short distance if you go by ferry. If you want noise and fun, July and August are best to visit the resort.


Ibiza City

Ibiza City

Ibiza, Majorca's younger sister, named after its architecture and "White Island" is the third largest island of the archipelago Balearelor, along with its neighbor group makes up less Formentera Islands Pitie or pine Islands. It is a small island 45 km long and 25 km wide. His reputation for hectic nightlife is perfectly justified. Ibiza town has the highest concentration of clubs and discos than any other city in Europe. However, the island has not completely lost its traditional character. North of the island is covered with olive groves, fig and almond trees, green hills and the coast is dotted with rocky coves.


Puerto San Miguel

Puerto San Miguel

Puerto San Miguel is a village in the northeast of the Spanish island of Ibiza. The resort is located in a small protected entrance, surrounded by steep cliffs, covered with needle forest and scrub. At the head of the bay is possible a small sandy beach.


Santa Eulalia Del Rio Ibiza

Santa Eulalia Del Rio Ibiza

Santa Eulalia is a pretty, atmospheric little town about nine miles (14km) north of the island's capital, much favoured by tourists because of its proximity to some of the best beaches and for its scenic setting. The town is situated on the estuary of the only river in the Balearic Islands, overlooked by the Puig de Missa, a fortress-church, sited on a hilltop view site. Another attraction in Santa Eulalia is the Sant Carles settlement a few kilometres to the north: the last true 'hippy' commune on Ibiza island remaining from the 1960s when hippy cultists flocked here.


Formentera

Formentera

Formentera is the smallest island of the Balearic islands, with Ibiza, islands are part of the pituitary (Illes Pitiüses). The island has a length of 19 km, it is located in the Mediterranean ca. 3 km south of Ibiza. Most important places on the island of Sant Francesc of Xavier, Sant Ferran de ses Roques, El Pilar de la Mola and La Savina.


Figueretas

Figueretas

Figueretas is a popular resort for all the right reasons.


Playa De Talamanca

Playa De Talamanca

Playa De Talamanca Ibiza is situated in the northern city, only 15 minutes walk from La Marina district and has a nearly 1 km long beach located around a natural bay. On the beach there are numerous hotels and restaurants overlooking Ibiza Town lie right on the seashore. Although there are no shops or supermarkets Talamanca, Jesus in the nearby village (located only 15 minutes walk) there are plenty of cafes, restaurants, supermarkets, shops, banks and even international press kiosk. Playa de Talamanca is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Balearic Islands, offering absolute silence, a very wide beach with fine sand and "night sights" dance like Pacha and El Divino Ibiza Port area.


Es Cana

Es Cana

Es Cana resort (Es Canar) runs along a horseshoe of golden sand caressed by crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea and is the ideal destination for families with children.


Cities in Canary Islands region

Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is a canary island archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean to 97 kilometers from the northeastern African coast. Known in ancient times as the Blessed Island, Fuerteventura denies this description is not quite appropriate. The island is indeed a place of leisure and idleness, the golden sand beach and endless.


Lanzarote All Locations

Lanzarote All Locations

Lanzarote is the easternmost island of the Canary Islands, being the fourth largest in the archipelago - 845.9 square kilometers. North of Lanzarote there are several smaller islands - Graciosa, Montaña Clara and Alegranza, which together with the islets Roque del Este and Roque del Oeste, form Chinijo Archipelago Nature Reserve, a refuge for a large number of marine birds .


Playa Blanca

Playa Blanca

Playa Blanca se află în sudul insulei Lanzarote și de-a lungul anilor a devenit cea de-a treia zonă turistică de pe insulă. Premiată cu numeroase ocazii pentru frumusețea sa, această zonă plăcută și liniștită, este locul ideal de vacanță pentru familii.Playa Blanca are o paletă largă de hoteluri și un sector de servicii înfloritor: baruri, restaurante, posibilități de afaceri, un port de agrement dintre cele mai bune din Lanzarote. Este asemenea aproape de plajele Papagayo, de portul de agrement care se mandrește cu un nou centru comercial. La câteva minute de Playa Blanca puteți găsi Parcul Național Timanfaya, La Geria, câmpiile cu sare de la Janubio, laguna verde El Golfo, Los Hervideros sau orașul fermecător Yaiza. Din Playa Blanca puteți lua ferryboat-ul până la insula vecină Fuerteventura, plimbare ce durează între 25-35 de minute.


Puerto Del Carmen

Puerto Del Carmen

Este localizată în sud-estul insulei Lanzarote și este printre cele mai importante puncte turistice ale zonei. Sunt mai mult de 6 km de plaje (Grande Beach, Los Pocillos și Matagorda fiind cele mai întinse) și o mare varietate de hoteluri.Puerto del Carmen are o mare varietate de servicii și centre pentru petrecerea timpului liber de-alungul bulevardului Las Plajas: magazine, centre comerciale, restaurante și baruri, discoteci, puburi și, în general, o viața de noapte vibrantă. De asemenea, puteți să vă bucurați de sporturi nautice, scufundări, excursii pe mare. Fără îndoială, Puerto Del Carmen este destinația pentru tineri și ei care iubesc viața de noapte, fiind locul cu concentrația cea mai mare de baruri, puburi și discoteci.


Corralejo

Corralejo

Corralejo is a tourist resort situated in the village of Corralejo, municipality of La Oliva, on the north side of the island of Fuerteventura. In the south, a short distance from the old port there are a couple of more spacious sandy beaches that overlook the island of Lobos. Since the small beach at the old port in Corralejo seems to make use of space, these beaches are great for tourists who stay in the north of Fuerteventura. But the main reason people go to Corralejo is situated to visit the sand dunes for miles of beaches. The city is surrounded by sand dunes that form a nature reserve.


Costa Teguise

Costa Teguise

Este localizată în estul Lanzarote, aproape de capitală și la numai 10 -15 minute cu mașina de aeroport. Oferă toate tipurile de cazare și activități. Costa Teguise este una dintre zonele turistice cele mai atractive ale Lanzarote datorită ofertei largi pentru cazare, plaje, servicii și liniștea zonei. Este într-adevar zona preferată de familii. Unul dintre farmecele Costa Teguise este multitudinea facilităților pentru petrecerea timpului liber, de la sporturi nautice la golf și aqua-parcuri. De-a lungul plajei Cucharas și a bulevardului Jablillo se găsesc multe școli de windsurfing și alte sporturi nautice.Plajele sunt cele mai apreciate, plaja Cucharas pentru iubitorii de windsurf în timp ce plaja Bastian este ideală pentru familiile cu copii. Deși mult mai mică, plaja cu nisip fin alb a Jablillo este de asemenea notabilă. Dacă vă aflați în Costa Teguise, trebuie să vizitați Pueblo Marinero, un sat pescăresc care are clădiri construite în stil tradițional, concepute de artistul César Manrique.


La Palma Island Insulele Canare

La Palma Island Insulele Canare

Palma Island is known as La Isla Bonita (beautiful island) or Isla Verde (Green Island) and indeed is the greenest island in the Canaries archipelago. From forests to steep cliffs that hide the black sand beaches, the island has surprises at every turn. Declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, the island has more protected areas, and inside you'll find the Taburiente National Park Caldera. Volcanic lava that has drained into the ocean created a low rocky coast with many hidden coves. In La Palma there are many monuments and monasteries, churches and museums.


Caleta de Fuste

Caleta de Fuste

Caleta de Fuste ( also known as El Castillo and Costa Caleta ) is the largest community in the municipality of Antigua , Las Palmas , Spain on the island of Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands .


Gomera

Gomera

Island of Gomera is the second smallest of the Canary Islands arhipelacul. Gomer is characterized by the central mountain massif with a height of 1.487m. Garajonay Alto area was declared a National Park. The volcanic origin and an alternate vegetation, steep valleys shows terraces offering unforgettable views. Little rain forest is a paradise for naturalists and explorers, but if you want to venture inside the island, we recommend a guide. Sunny areas in the south, the rocks of arid and arid farm, grow vegetables in sour, vines and fruit, along with great scenery, is the charm of this island.


Costa Calma

Costa Calma

Costa Calma is a popular resort on the island of Fuerteventura, which is part of the Canary Islands, is a vast bay, having a length of about 1.5 km. In the 1970s, there began to be placed first hotels, restaurants and shops. Tourists come to leave here particularly appreciate the fine sandy beach and light, shaped by strong winds for this reason, there is always place for wind surfing championships. To the south, you can walk along the beach about 21 km from Morro Jable. In the north, the beach is limited to the black rocks that seem to come from the sea.


El Hierro

El Hierro

El Hierro ("iron" in Spanish) is one of the seven main islands in the Canary Islands (Spain). It is located in the Atlantic Ocean, the western part of the archipelago. Santa Cruz de Tenerife province belongs. The capital is Valverde. El Hierro has an area of ​​268.71 km ². The highest point is the tip of Malpaso, with 1501 m, offers a landscape of great beauty, more than half the natural areas protected by law. The population of the island (not tourists) is 10 753 inhabitants.


Playas De Jandia

Playas De Jandia

Playas de Jandia Fuerteventura is a unique and wide sandy beaches. Playas de Jandia is an attraction because of the surrounding dunes and also because of the sandy shore which is about 50 m from the beach itself and has a length of 200-250 m. In the center there is a massive Betancur rate of 762 m maximum peak Atalaya. In the south lies the small island and peninsula Jandia tip Pared Zarza 812 m altitude. This is the highest peak on the island. Most tourists who come to Playas de Jandia, are of German nationality and this is reflected in a higher percentage of restaurants and bars with german.


Yaiza

Yaiza

Yaiza is a municipality on the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, Spain. It lies in the southwest of the island and forms part of the province of Las Palmas.


Costa De Antigua

Costa De Antigua

Costa de Antigua is in the middle east coast resort of Fuerteventura, less than two kilometers from Caleta De Fuste. International Airport is less than ten minutes away by car. Costa de Antigua is a developing resort still in its infancy, which is open to all ages: families with small children, couples of all ages, golfers and water sports lovers can enjoy a holiday here all . White sandy beach is washed by the waters of the Atlantic, which are quieter than the east coast on the west coast. Costa de Antigua has a wide range of accommodation from hotels to apartments and villas.


Cities in Valencia Region region

Cullera

Cullera

Cullera embraces the Mediterranean Sea at the end of the Iberian Mountain, located on the banks of the Júcar River. The historical parts of the city are to the south, while the tourist district is to the east. North of Mount Cullera you can find the lagoon San Lorenzo, which marks the southern limits of the Albufera National Park. The city is located 38 kilometers from the capital of the province, Valencia.


Castellon De La Plana

Castellon De La Plana

Castellon de la Plana, Valencia is a city, an autonomous region in Spain. Castellon de la Plana is the capital of Castellon province, situated on the Mediterranean coast of Spain. The city counted 172,624 inhabitants in 2007 and is the core of a metropolitan area of ​​298,678 inhabitants. From Historically, the city Castellon de la Plana was officially established properly since 1251, after conquering the Kingdom of the Moors in Valencia. During the Middle Ages, the city was protected by ditches, walls and towers, a church was built, later became the cathedral.


Peniscola

Peniscola

Peniscola is a municipality in the Valencian Community, Spain, located on the north coast of the province of Castellón, in the region of Bajo Maestrazgo. The city is situated on a rocky peninsula, initially united to the mainland only by a sandy isthmus, which sometimes floods. Currently, due to the port and construction of buildings on the isthmus, this curiously disappeared. In the rocky rises an old area of town, of which the castle stands Papa Luna, Peniscola divided into two completely different halves. Mount dintotalul occupies the southern two-thirds of 81 km ².


El Puig

El Puig

Puig d'Enesa or El Puig de Cebolla), is a village located 15 km north of the city of Valencia in the region Horta Nord, Spain. Its name means "hill" in Valencian).


Almussafes

Almussafes

Almussafes is a municipality in the municipality of Ribera Baixa in the Community of Valencia, Spain, with an area of 10.77 km² and a population of 8,932 inhabitants.


Vinaros

Vinaros

Vinaròs (Valencia pronunciation: [vinaɾɔs]) is a city in eastern Spain, in the province of Castellón and part of the autonomous Valencian Community. Valencia City is on the Gulf coast of the western Mediterranean, Vinaròs is a fishing port and tourist destination.


Costa Valenciana

Costa Valenciana

Costa de Valencia Sagunto extends from the north to the south of El Grau. The entire coast is very popular and beautiful city center of Valencia. Valencia is a vibrant city, a real mix of ancient and modern architecture, but a tragedy has turned the city. In 1957 there was a catastrophic flood and decided to redraw the Turia River, south of town. Old riverbed of the river was transformed into a fantastic new resource for the city, with gardens, walks, tree lined boulevards and many places in sports. In 2007. Virtually all Costa de Valencia is composed of sandy beaches, mountains only to descend into the sea Cape Cullera forming a steep shore.


Elche

Elche

Elche is a city in the province of Valencia in Spain. A part of the village is on the coast and main town is about 15 km from the Mediterranean Sea. In the northern city of Elche are two natural beaches with fine sand and clear waters, also known as semi-urban beach Arenales del Sol. The four beaches located in the south are more exotic and natural in appearance being delimited by an interesting strip of sand dunes are part of the system Elx-Guardamar sand dunes. These beaches are the perfect setting for water sports, two scuba diving centers on the organizing Tabarca Island and other points located along the Costa Blanca resort.


Pilar De La Horadada

Pilar De La Horadada

Pilar de la Horadada is a small town in south-western Spain and is located about 18 km from the town of Torrevieja. It is one of the youngest independent municipalities around the Valencia Community. The city is located close to Murcia airport and not far from Alicante airport. There are over 4 km of white sandy beaches at Pilar de la Horadada attached which gives you a choice between a relaxing day by the beach or a boardwalk through the city. Pilar de la Horadada is located between sea and mountains and has a typical Mediterranean climate.


Cities in Minorca Island region

Calan Bosch

Calan Bosch

Cala'n Bosch, on the coast south-west Menorca, was purpose built in the eighties. It's a comfortable place, with whitewashed cottages and a small beach gold. The actual contact point, though, it rings port with shops, bars and restaurants - is moving to place for lazy lunches that becomes a hub at night lively.


Menorca

Menorca

Menorca is the easternmost island of the Balearic Islands, a tranquil and yet unexplored mass tourism. Not recommended place for those who love excitement. If you're looking for quiet beaches kilometers, unpopulated by tourists, quiet fishing villages, historic towns, then here is your place. On the island dominates the virgin nature, peace, and colors: blue and turquoise sea at pervasive, lush green vegetation due to high humidity on the island of white stone houses and typical golden yellow of the sun. For Menorca able to preserve the unique flora and fauna, in 1993 UNESCO declared a world biosphere reserve.


Mahon

Mahon

Mahón (Mao Zedong in Catalan) is the capital island of Menorca. It's easy and fun to walk through Mahon, friendly capital of Menorca holiday island sophisticated. Mahon town was founded in three thousand years ago. Hebrew, Arabs, Turks and British - have left their mark all over the place, though far now recognize the Spanish spirit. In Mahon are several specific buildings English - because the British ruled about a century. But the sloping streets, palm trees are swaying in the wind and, especially, the sun make you there's no doubt what country you are, actually.


Son Bou

Son Bou

Son Bou is a village in Alai Minorca, a small island in the Balearic Islands. It is divided into three districts: Son Bou (mostly shops, restaurants and two large hotels), San Jaime (villas and garden) and Torre Soli Nou (private villas and apartment complexes). It is a starting point / destination two stages of GR 223 - Camí de Cavall.


Ciutadela

Ciutadela

Ciutadella is a city on the island of Minorca, Balearic Islands, Spain. Among the Balearic Islands were ranked third in the top popularity after Ibiza and Mallorca, most tourists come here for historical monuments rather than for beaches. Ever since the IV century, when he was the capital, Ciutadella was also head bishop. After the British capital was moved to Mahon in the eighteenth century, the bishop refused to leave the town, Ciutadella and remained until this day the religious center of the island. Ciutadella is the city with the oldest buildings on the island, the medieval atmosphere still prevails.


Cities in Catalonian Pyrenees region

Baqueira

Baqueira

Baqueira Beret is the largest and most visited winter resort in Spain, 146 km (91 mi) of slopes marked 7 km (4 MI) marked off-piste, and 7 km (4 mi) Ski fund and 2,166 hectares (5,350 acres) of ski area.


La Molina Area

La Molina Area

La Molina is well-situated, surrounded by mountains of more than 2500 metres. La Molina is the nearest ski resort to the main cities of Catalunya and large parts of Spain. La Molina is located 160 km from Barcelona, between the state and Barcelona are direct railway link. La Molina Resort opened in 1911, is considered the first ski resort in Spain. In total has 121 km of ski slopes, 31 ski lifts, ranging between 1600-2535m rates. In La Molina are many easy slopes (green and blue) is recommended for Families. Volta is worth trying to Muntanya Sagrada slope, which is a long slope – blue.


Vielha Pyrenees Catalan

Vielha Pyrenees Catalan

Vielha is a community village in Spain in Catalonia in the province of Lleida. Vielha is a small town with about 4,000 inhabitants situated at an altitude of 974 meters. Surrounded by peaks reaching over 2000 meters, Vielha is built along the river valley at the intersection point Garon and Garon Nere rivers. Both rivers cross the city. Vielha City was created in 1970 by merging the villages Betlán, Escunhau, Gausac, Vielha and Vilaça. Summer, Vielha is ideal for hiking and cycling. There are numerous mountain peaks, which are an ideal destination for tourists.


Pyrenees Catalan

Pyrenees Catalan

The Pyrenees (/ˈpɪrɨniːz/; Spanish: Pirineos [piɾiˈneos], French: Pyrénées [piʁene], Aragonese: Pirineus, Catalan: Pirineus, Occitan: Pirenèus, Basque: Pirinioak or Auñamendiak) is a range of mountains in southwest Europe that forms a natural border between France and Spain. It separates the Iberian Peninsula from the rest of continental Europe, and extends for about 491 km (305 mi) from the Bay of Biscay (Cap Higuer) to the Mediterranean Sea (Cap de Creus).


Port Aine Pallars

Port Aine Pallars

Port- Aine is situated in the PALLARS SOBURA region of the Catalonian Pyrenees and was first opened to the public in 1986.


Berga Pyrenees Catalan

Berga Pyrenees Catalan

Berga town on the edge of the Pyrenees, has a long history as an industrial center, but even so the city still retains its vibrant sights through culture and festivals. The city covers an area of ​​22.54 square kilometers, and is very well connected by highways to the rest of the Barcelona region and easily accessible from any part of Spain.


Cities in Andalusia region

La Linea de la Concepcion

La Linea de la Concepcion

La Línea de la Concepció is a municipality in. Cádiz province, Andalusia, Spain with a population of 60,951 inhabitants. The coastal city La Línea de la Concepcion - more simply known as "La Línea" (care may be "border line" in Spanish), is often referred to as the "Gateway to Gibraltar".


Almeria

Almeria

Almeria Almeria is the capital province in Andalusia, Spain. The city is situated on the Mediterranean coast and has a population of 189,789 inhabitants. Principal city of the province of the same name, Almeria was an important port in the Mediterranean since Roman times (Portus Magnus), is known as Al-Arab Mariyya (mirror size). Above the town are two picturesque castles. Old quarter is characterized by narrow streets and whitewashed facades. Besides a rich history and culture, offers beaches Almeria city, mountains, nature reserves and coastal unforgettable gastronomic offers.


Almunecar

Almunecar

Almuñécar and La Herradura form the tourist capital of the Costa Tropical. This relatively unknown stretch of Spain's southern coastline belongs to Granada province in Andalucia. It lies between the more populous Costa del Sol to the west, and the coast of Almería to the east. It's here that the continent of Africa is trying, and noticeably succeeding, to push its way under the mass of Europe. The dramatic results are what give the Costa Tropical its special geography and climate, so unlike any other coastline in southern Spain. Rugged hills thrust up steeply from valley floors or plunge into the sea.


Conil De La Frontera

Conil De La Frontera

Conil de la Frontera offers holidaymakers a traditional Andalusian flavour, with cobbled streets, the whirl of flamenco dancing, authentic tapas bars and of course, glorious beaches. Popular with Spanish tourists, the resort comes alive in summer and bustles with activity. Francisco La Fontanilla is the place to party in Conil de la Frontera. There are also Moorish ruins to explore (though these are tucked away in the side streets and can be hard to find), chic shops to browse in and plenty of excellent seafood restaurants to try. A number of activities are also on offer in Conil de la Frontera for holidaymakers to enjoy, including diving, surfing, tennis, golf and of course, sun tanning and swimming.


Isla Canela

Isla Canela

Isla Canela is a natural island joined by a bridge to Ayamonte (Huelva), a town with pure Andalusian charm. It is located in the southwest of Spain, in the province of Huelva, between the Andalusian Atlantic and the Portuguese Algarve. It shares the charms of both Andalusia and the Algarve, and is set within an area of spectacular coastal scenery, with wide, sandy beaches, sand dunes and salt marshes. The beautiful 7 kilometre beach of fine, golden sand is what attracts tourists to Isla Canela. For golf enthusiasts there is an 18 hole golf club, and a marina and commercial centre, provide good amenties such as shops, bars and restaurants.


Chiclana De La Frontera

Chiclana De La Frontera

Chiclana de la Frontera is a town and municipality in southwestern Spain, in the province of Cadiz, Andalusia, near the Gulf of Cadiz. It belongs to the Association of Municipalities of Cadiz Bay (Bahía de Cádiz), the provincial capital Cadiz, Jerez de la Frontera, San Fernando, El Puerto de Santa María, Puerto Real and Rota forming the third largest metropolitan area in Andalusia, in behind Sevilla and Malaga, and the twelfth largest in the world.


Algeciras

Algeciras

A large port city that connects two continents, Europe and Africa, as well as the connection point between two seas, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.


Matalascascanas

Matalascascanas

Matalascañas is a popular resort, modern, located in a beautiful area of extensive coastal dunes and sandy beaches. Despite the growing taste of village development, which is one of the worst stretch along the Costa de la Luz Huelva, Matalascañas has some features reimbursement; namely, the beach and close to the Parque Nacional de Doñana.


Mazagon

Mazagon

Like other major cities Mytilini is built on seven hills and is full of history. Mytilini is actually one of the most culturally enlightened cities in Greece, probably due to its proximity to the coast of Asia Minor, where the ancient Greeks flourished until 1922 when they were forcibly evicted by the Turks.


Isla Cristina

Isla Cristina

Isla Cristina is a city and municipality in the province of Huelva, Spain. According to the 2009 census, the city has a population of 21.324 inhabitants.


Jaen

Jaen

Jaén is a city in south-central Spain, the name is derived from the Arabic word Jayyan, (crossroads of caravans). It is the capital of the province of Jaén. It is located in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Jaen is a city that every lover of Andalucia should visit, enjoy and – if possible – spend a good deal of time getting to know. Not only does the city have an ancient and fascinating history, but the castle that towers over its winding streets offers some of the most quintessentially Andalusian views there are to be had. Stand at a prime lookout point at the top of the Santa Catalina castle and you will look down on a charming provincial capital that drapes over hills thus sending streets winding up and down steep inclines.


Huelva Area

Huelva Area

Huelva is a province of southern Spain, in the western part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. It is bordered by Portugal, the provinces of Badajoz, Seville, and Cádiz, and the Atlantic Ocean. Its capital is Huelva. The delayed tourist development of the province has allowed better city planning than in other regions on the Spanish coast. The nuclei of Islantilla and Isla Canela are an example of this attempt to plan in a more coherent form. Although in a smaller scale in comparison to other regions, urban pressure continues. Older developments that had little planning until recent time are El Rompido, El Portil, Mazagón and Matalascañas (Torre de la Higuera).


Baeza

Baeza

Baeza is a town of approximately 16,200 inhabitants in Andalusia, Spain, in the province of Jaén, perched on a cliff in the Loma de Baeza, a mountain range between the river Guadalquivir on the south and its tributary the Guadalimar on the north. It is chiefly known today as having many of the best-preserved examples of Italian Renaissance architecture in Spain. UNESCO added Baeza and Úbeda to the World Heritage Sites list in 2003.


Cities in Galicia region

A Coruna

A Coruna

La Coruña in Spanish, or A Coruña in Galician language, this is the second largest city in Galicia, according to Vigo, and the former capital of the province until 1982. La Coruña is a major international port, a garrison town and a fishing center, with large canning factories. Old Town - Ciudad Vieja, consisting of a collection of streets, squares and medieval churches, still keeps close ties to the old port. Here is the Tower of Hercules, a symbol of the city of La Coruña. Aquarium Finisterrae, Domus - Casa del Hombre and the Science Museum are just some of the attractions that the city is modern.


Pontevedra Area

Pontevedra Area

Pontevedra, or Ponte Vedra, is a city with a rich history - in this historic and beautiful scenery offered by the Rias Bajas. This destination is becoming increasingly popular, attracting tourists with its cultural value. Aristocratic old town, preserved until today Pontevedra Roman walls encircled the city at a time when the Romans called it Veteris Pontis - Old Bridge. On it was a busy port merchants, fishermen and sailors. In the eighteenth century Lérez River Delta was covered by silt and trade moved to the city of Vigo. Pontevedra has many places of extraordinary beauty, with views over the estuary lookout.


Sanxenxo

Sanxenxo

No-one questions the fact that Sanxenxo holds the honorary title of tourism capital of the Rías Baixas. Almost joined to Portonovo, both have a young, happening atmosphere of beaches and bar-hopping. Sanxenxo is one of Galicia's tourism capitals. Its population increases in summer and the large-scale urban development means everything is modern. Before the tourist boom, it was nothing more than a small fishing village, but the constant arrival of outsiders transformed its appearance totally, as people were drawn by the magnets of its beach and bustling nightlife.


O Grove

O Grove

In O Grove you have several possibilities of knowing the form of current and traditional life of its inhabitants, always in relation with the sea. On old maps, O Grove was an island. Today, it is joined to the mainland thanks to the south-westerly winds, which have slowly gathered sand to form the isthmus of the beach of A Lanzada.O Grove is situated on the mouth of the Arousa estuary. The sight of its many-coloured boats forms an unforgettable image. As well as shellfish gathering and shallow-water fishing, the population lives from the farming of mussels, oysters and scallops on wooden platforms out in the water.



Portonovo

Portonovo

Porto Novo, Benin republic's capital, is located in the lagoon of the same name, 13 km from the mouth of the river Oueme in the Atlantic Ocean (Gulf of Benin) and about 30 km from Cotonou, the largest city in the country.


Ferrol

Ferrol

Ferrol (Galician pronunciation: is a town in the province of A Coruña in Galicia, located on the Atlantic coast in northwestern Spain. According to the 2014 census, the city has a population of 70,389 making it the fifth largest settlement in Galicia.


Baiona

Baiona

Baiona is a town in Galicia, Spain, in the province of Pontevedra. Baiona is a tourist town with a medieval historical center situated on the exit of Vigo Bay. Its population of 11,000 rises to 45,000 during the summer, if one includes tourists. Other than tourism major economic activities revolve around fishing.


Santiago De Compostella

Santiago De Compostella

Santiago de Compostela is located about 35 km from the Atlantic coast and 74 km south of the city of La Coruña, and is the terminus of the famous medieval pilgrimage route Camino de Santiago - Way of Jacob. It is the historical capital of the Spanish province of Galicia, and the name represents the name of the Spanish town of St. James the Apostle. Santiago de Compostela name was taken from the holy city was considered as the resting place of the apostles of the elder brother of Saint John the Apostle. Traditionally the name "Compostela" says its origin from the Latin word "campus stellae" meaning "fields of stars" and leading on to translate the whole name "Santiago de Compostela" by St.


Vigo

Vigo

Vigo is the largest city in Galicia in northwestern Spain and also the largest fishing port in Europe. There is also the University of Vigo, originally a subsidiary of Santiago University, situated on a hill outside the city. The modern city with boulevards and parks are located on the east side of the hill, and north-west, between hills and sea, is the historical center of Vigo, with very narrow and steep streets. Vigo is located in the western part of the Ria de Vigo bay that penetrates about 30 km inland, the landscape of this being its main attraction.


Lugo

Lugo

Lugo is the capital of the province of Lugo, the Autonomous Community of Galicia in north-west Spain. An important industrial city of Galicia, a green city that some of the most northwestern part of Spain. Lugo is the only city in Europe, completely surrounded by walls of a Roman city intact. The walls reach a height of 10-15 feet along a circuit of 2117 m, with 71 towers and 10 gates. The ten gates of this wall gives access to the historic Lugo, an urban area with pedestrian streets and buildings of stone sober. These high walls in the third century are protected by UNESCO World Cultural Heritage entering.


Orense

Orense

The Galician language, or Orense in Spanish, is a city in northwestern Spain, located on the banks of the river Minho (Miño). In this city the river is crossed by the bridge Ponte Vella, whose Roman foundations. Orense is divided into three areas: the old center with narrow streets and small squares, formed in the nineteenth century and modern urban development area of ​​the city. Unlike other towns in Galicia, Ourense su combines medieval and modern aspects. The most important monument is the cathedral built in 572 and rebuilt in the thirteenth century.


Cities in Costa de Almeria region

Roquetas De Mar

Roquetas De Mar

Roquetas de Mar is a municipality of Almería province, in the autonomous community of Andalucía, Spain. The 'urbanización' (tourist area with hotels and restaurants and shops) of Roquetas is predominantly a Spanish holiday resort for the majority of the summer months, but it also receives many visitors from the other countries. Thanks to the shelter of the Sierra Nevada it is one of the driest, sunniest and warmest places at the Spanish Mediterranean. Roquetas de Mar is one of the two major resorts in Costa de Almería, the other being Mojácar.


Vera

Vera

Vera is a city in the province of Almeria, Andalucia, Spain with a population of about 13,400 inhabitants. City of Vera is one of the most important cities in the region. Originally called Bari it was located at sea near the town Villaricos. Arabs have moved to town on Espiritu Santo delalul, but a great earthquake destroyed it in 1518. Vera town was built in the sixteenth century. A legend says that Queen Isabel climbed to top of this hill, fired an arrow and ordered that Vera be built where the arrow will fall. Vera is a prosperous city, with a wide variety of shops selling, with many items made locally atrizanat.


Mojacar

Mojacar

Mojacar village is situated at the foothills of Cabrera, in south-eastern Iberian Peninsula, in Almeria province and covers an area of ​​7054 hectares. The houses, built mostly in the mountain village aesthetic subject to conditions, forming geometric white cube. Mojácar village's main activity is represented by tourism and services sector. The more than 3,000 hours of sunshine per year enjoyed Mojacar have a decisive influence on high temperature air and sea. The average annual temperature is 20 ° C. Winter is practically nonexistent and is similar to an extended spring with water temperatures higher than those of air, which makes bathing in the sea to be very pleasant this time of year .


Cabo De Gata

Cabo De Gata

Cabo de Gata Natural Park is the first marine terrestrial Natural Park in Andalusia. Cabo de Gata Nijar bands is one of great beauty and rich coastal eco western Mediterranean.


Retamar

Retamar

Retamar is a residential area of ​​Almeria, located about 14 km from the urban core, coming from Almeria on Highway AL-12 from the N-344 highway Mediterraneo. In the area there is a golf course and eight four-star hotels. Also near the airport is situated in Almeria Retamar and Cabo de Gata Natural Park - Níjar.



Cities in Costa Del Azahar region

Benicasim

Benicasim

Benicassim is a beach resort in Castellon with a population of around 20,000 inhabitants. Beaches, mountain landscapes, nature, culture and a great offer of hotels, apartments, hostels, villas, houses as well as the world famous FIB Festival all combine to help you enjoy a fantastic break around the Mediterranean waters of this beautiful coastal region of eastern Spain.


Alcoceber

Alcoceber

This village in Castellón is characterised by its mountains, which all but reach the sea. Alcalá de Xivert-Alcossebre is located between the Costa del Azahar coast and the inland Maestrat region. Here the sea and the mountains come together to form contrasting landscapes. Along its ten kilometres of coastline there are five high quality beaches, along with various unspoilt coves. These Mediterranean waters are ideal for water sports such as sailing, fishing and scuba diving, amongst others. Alcossebre is also a good base from which to explore the Columbretes Islands Nature Reserve.


Costa Del Azahar

Costa Del Azahar

Costa del Azahar (Orange Blossom Coast) stretches between Castellon and Valencia, in part, in Alicante, from the Cabo Alcanar to Nao. The plot shows interesting contrasts this coast relief - vis-a-vis the rib strip that has a mantle of green and orange groves, is a mountainous and wild. The northern provinces of the Autonomous Community of Valencia, Castellon, owns the portion of the coast called Costa del Azahar Contrasts were formed as a result of the geographical layout. Although the capital is called Castelló de la Plana, in fact the province has more mountainous than the plain regions.


Cities in Murcia region

Murcia

Murcia

Located between two highly promoted tourist Ribs (Blanca and del Sol) Murcia city is the capital of the autonomous region with the same name. Murcia province is in south-east, and here is named metropolis region. The word "Murcia" comes from Latin, meaning in Romanian translation, mulberry. Here, the leaves of mulberry trees were subject to trade, as food for silk worms used to produce silk. Murcia is built in the center of a fertile plain, known as the Huerta or Murciei garden, which includes Sangonera valleys and river Segura and is surrounded by mountains.


San Pedro De Pinatar

San Pedro De Pinatar

San Pedro del Pinatar is a city located in the Mar Menor in the Murcia Region (Spain). San Pedro del Pinatar history dates from the early seventeenth century. Centuries ago this area was a large pine forest and the village he was called Pinatar. When in town he built a hermitage dedicated to Pinatar San Pedro Apostle (St. Peter the fisherman), the town was renamed San Pedro del Pinatar. In the north lies the natural park in Arenales - Salinas de San Pedro del Pinatar. San Pedro del Pinatar is one of the main tourist destinations on the Mediterranean coast.


Almeria Coast

Almeria Coast

Costa De Almeria Province is located in south-eastern Iberian Peninsula, the Mediterranean shores in sunny Andalucia. Its total area, which measures 8, 774 km square, is distinguished by great geographical diversity. The passage of time has made the landscape differ in many places. As a result, in Almeria so you can enjoy the modern tourist resorts, and natural areas where mankind has barely set foot. The climate is Mediterranean, warm and dry with little rainfall. Number of sunny hours is high, around 3,000 hours per year. May the temperature is constant throughout the year.


Los Alcazares

Los Alcazares

Los Alcázares Los Al-Katha--pronounced re- is a small, but expanding coastal spa town and former fishing village on the west side of the Mar Menor in Murcia autonomous community and province, southeastern Spain.


Puerto De Mazarron

Puerto De Mazarron

Puerto de Mazarrón is a town in the municipality of Mazarrón in Murcia, Spain.


Aguilas

Aguilas

Águilas is a port city and south-east Spain in the province of Murcia. Located at the southern end of Murcia's Mediterranean coastline, otherwise known as the Costa Cálida, near the border with the province of Almería


Cartagena

Cartagena

Cartagena is a Mediterranean city and naval station located in the Region of Murcia, southeastern Spain. As of 2009, it has a population of 211,996, making it the second largest city in the Region, the 6th among the non-province capitals of Spain, and the 24th overall. The Old Town is limited by five small hills (Molinete, Monte Sacro, Monte de San José, Despeñaperros and Monte de la Concepción) following the example of Rome. In the past there was an inner sea between the hills called the Estero that eventually dried up. The urban area is delimited or crossed by several watercourses, some of which go deep into the urban network during great part of their courses.


Cities in Principality of Asturias region

Benasque Pyrenees Aragon

Benasque Pyrenees Aragon

Benasque is a small village in the Spanish Pyrenees, situated on the impressive river valley Eser, at an altitude of 1138m. It has about 1,700 permanent residents and is mainly a winter resort, with many and varied ski trails in nearby Cerler. The area was the highest peaks of the Pyrenees: Aneto (3404m) and Posets (3375). Near the top is set and Perdiguero (3222), the twelfth of the high Pyrenees. Located in the heart of the valley, amid a forest of black pines and birch trees, it offers a thermal pool, jacuzzi and Scottish baths. What is even better is that after a stay in the center you can go to the ski resort northern Llanos del Hospital, or just 6km away Celera where the highest mountains of the Pyrenees.


Gijon

Gijon

Gijon is a city in the autonomous region of Asturias, northern Spain. It has a population of 276,000 inhabitants and is located on the Atlantic coast of the Iberian Peninsula. It was founded in the 5th century BC, at that time bearing the name "Gigi." Commercial port city of Gijon is called "El Musel. There is also a small port for pleasure craft and not more than nine beaches along its extensive coastline. One of the largest and most notable beaches is "San Lorenzo". Gijon City Centre is like a amfitatru is bounded by San Lorenzo, the main town beach.


Cangas De Onis

Cangas De Onis

If you are planning a holiday in Asturias with a focus on the region's natural beauty, walking, canoeing, climbing, or simply relaxing in the heart of green Spain, then Cangas de Onis and the villages around it are ideally where you want to stay. The town of Cangas de Onis is actually in a deep valley where it is set between the rivers of Sella and Guena and not surprisingly it benefits from a more than a picturesque location. In Cangas de Onis you will find a town that has developed around tourism - but do not let that put you off. This is a pretty little town and it is an ideal base from which to explore and arrange activities in this scenic and beautiful part of western Asturias.


Llanes

Llanes

Llanes is the administrative district of the province of Asturias, in northern Spain, stretching for about 30 km along the coast at the extreme east of the province. Llanes has the appearance of a historic town. Not for nothing has its historic quarter been declared a Historic-Artistic Site and it preserves major examples of civil, religious and military architecture. The San Pedro walk, San Antón, the river Carrocedo and the port are the focal points of town life in Llanes, in former times a major fishing and whaling port. Among other historic structures, it has more than 300 metres of pre-Romanesque wall from the 13th century; the Castle Tower, which is now the site of the Tourist Office; the basilica of Santa María del Conceyu, which was started in the mid-12th century; the palaces of Gaztañaga and of the Dukes of Estrada and the old house of Posada Herrera, today made into a Muncipal Arts Centre.


Ribadesella

Ribadesella

Ribadesella (Asturias: Ribadesella) is a small municipality (84 km2) municipality in the Autonomous Community of Asturias, Spain. Known for its location on the Cantabrian Sea and the River Sella out, Ribadesella is a town that belongs to the Picos de Europa (Peaks of Europe). It is bordered on the east by Llanes, Cangas de Onis to the south of and Parres and west of Caravia.


Asturias Area

Asturias Area

Asturias is bordered on the east by Cantabria, Castile and León to the south, west and north of Galicia and the Cantabrian Sea is an autonomous community within the Spanish Kingdom, the former Kingdom of Asturias in the Middle Ages. If you want to spend your holiday in Spain, you can visit the city of Asturias, nicknamed "the city of cheese." Here, food is traditional blue cheese. In this region there are thousands of caves hidden in the hills, which are used for many centuries for storing cheese. Residents of Asturias is known for its cheeses are made.


Oviedo

Oviedo

Oviedo is the capital of Asturias principalities, situated on the slopes of a hill 30 km from the coast, a fertile plateau foot chained to the Cantabrian mountains. The city is also the spiritual and intellectual center of Asturias. It is said that two monks, Maximo and Fromestanus founded the city in 761. The settlement was soon completed with the construction of churches dedicated to Saint Vincent. However, the archaeological record showed traces of a century, in Roman times. Former Oventum has kept close ties with the monarchy Asturias since its founding in the eighth century, even becoming the capital of the kingdom.


Cities in Aragon region

La Puebla De Alfinden

La Puebla De Alfinden

Puebla de Alfindén belongs to the province of Zaragoza and is located in the Ebro depression, on Quaternary deposits at 197 meters altitude, located 12 km from the capital on the left bank of the river Ebro, near the mouth of Gallego. From the origins, it can be said that it is possible to be inhabited by Iberians and Romans, as an extension of the city of Zaragoza. So far, the main finding of this hypothesis, are the coins, Iberian and Roman, found in the term of Alfindén.


Pyrenees Aragon

Pyrenees Aragon

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Jaca Pyrenees Aragon

Jaca Pyrenees Aragon

Jaca is a small town located in Huesca province, Aragon, North East Spain. It's situated in the centre of the Pyrenees mountain range, close to the border with France. With more and more people visiting the town every year, Jaca has become a top tourist destination for skiers and hikers in Spain. Visitors are attracted by its beautiful natural setting, architecture, history and proximity to the stunning Pyrenees mountains. Jaca is surrounded by some of the most beautiful valleys in the Pyrenees and is a prime example of a traditional mountain town that has adapted successfully to the touristic demands of the 21st century.


Formigal

Formigal

Formigal, Formigal Aramon official, is a ski resort in the Pyrenees Aragon, northeastern Spain, near the town of Sallent de Gallego in the upper Tena Valley in the province of Huesca. The nearest international airports are in Zaragoza, Spain and Lourdes, France.


Zaragoza

Zaragoza

Zaragoza is the capital of the province of the same name and the Spanish autonomous community of Aragon. Although it is the fifth largest city in Spain, midway between Madrid and Barcelona, is one of the most popular with tourists. But if you take the time necessary to cross the ancient streets you will discover a fascinating history and truly monumental buildings. Zaragoza city name comes from the Roman town Caesaraugusta, name given in honor of the emperor Julius Caesar Augustus. Specifics of the city because here we give evidence of four different cultures coexist in this town of diversity: Romanian Zaragoza, Zaragoza Christian, Moorish Zaragoza (Arabic) and Zaragoza Jewish.


Teruel

Teruel

Homonymous capital of the province of Aragon, Teruel Maestrazgo is located near the mountainous region, with several museums and churches, buildings or contrary modernist style buildings renascenstist and especially numerous in Mudejar style, a real open air museum that would only Toledo rival. This unique style, unique to Spain, was created by architects after the Reconquista Moors, when Christian armies in Spain recucerisera. Therefore churches in Teruel, for example, is surprisingly much like mosques. While not a large city, Teruel has enough to offer to be a destination at least interesting.


Huesca

Huesca

Huesca is the capital city of the Spanish province of Huesca, Aragon autonomous community belonging. Exercising at the same time, the status of capital of the region of Huesca that belongs Hoya or municipality. It is located in northern Spain, specifically in Ebrului Valley, along the river Isuela in front of the Pyrenees mountains outer slopes. The ancient Iberians, Romans occupied the region before the arrival. The city finds mention of the coins issued in the second century BC, called Bolsken. Osca century BC Romans city ​​was already a fully Romanized.


Cities in Basque Country region

San Sebastian

San Sebastian

San Sebastian - Donostia called San Sebastián in the Basque and Spanish - is a seaside resort located on the Atlantic coast in the Bay of Biscay in northern Spain. Donostia-San Sebastian is Spain's summer capital. Here is where the tourists are enchanted by the atmosphere of Belle Epoque. San Sebastian is synonymous with relaxation, where else if not on a sunny beach, the most famous being La Concha and Playa de Ondarreta. Queen Isabella II of San Sebastian on the map marked as a resort in the summer of 1845, when he chose to spend this summer, while becoming the summer residence of the royal court.


Guipuzcoa

Guipuzcoa

Guipúzcoa (in Basque Gipuzkoa) is a province of northern Spain, in Euskadi. Its capital is San Sebastian (Donostia in Basque).


Bilbao

Bilbao

Bilbao, Bilbo called in Basque, is the sixth largest city in Spain, the most impressive main port and industrial center north of the country. Located Nervion River, 14 km from the seashore, Bilbao is the most important city in the Basque Country region. After a period of economic decline, Bilbao has invested in tourism, urban renewal and cultural jewel again becoming the Basque region. Miracles of modern architecture such as the Guggenheim Museum and attract thousands of tourists Euskalduna Palace in Bilbao, contrasting sharply with the "Casco Viejo" - the historic, dating from the fourteenth century.


Pamplona

Pamplona

Pamplona, capital of Navarre (Basque language Iruna), located in the northern Spain and south-western part of the Mountains pyrene. The city is located in Arga river basin, and is the first region of plains, highlands after. This land was inhabited in Celtic times, the Romans founded a city here in 79.ie, named army commander Pompeius Magnus, who conquered this region. After the collapse of the Roman city came under Visigothic domination and became up-Eighth Century in the main fighting against windmills. So was born the Kingdom of Navarra (Pamplona in other words).


Irun

Irun

Irún is a town in the Basque Country in Spain, even the French border. Bidassoa River is located near the Atlantic coast of the Sea. Location of the city near the border was an important commercial center and road and rail junction. Currently, it is considered that the locality of the city survived the Roman Oiasso. City fame comes from the fact that the transfer point for travelers from France to Madrid and other Spanish cities. Often ignored by tourists Irún is that changing the train pass over it quickly. The city has a population of 55,200 and is a commercial and industrial (production of paper and leather products).



Cities in Cantabria region region

Santander

Santander

Santander is located on the north coast of Spain and is a seaside resort heated by the sun and protected by mountains from cold winds from the north, is protected and the largest natural harbor in the Cantabrian Sea. Santander is also a seaside destination in the Basque region has always rivaled by San Sebastian located to the east, but failed to gain supremacy. However, Santander is a major tourist center and the former royal residence. Most tourists who come to Santander headed to the famous El Sardinero beach - actually a resort in itself, located 2.


Isla

Isla

Isla is a charming resort town of Arnuero near the provincial capital. It is a coastal city that offers visitors everything needed for a perfect holiday: beautiful landscapes, natural surroundings, sandy beaches, tourist amenities and endless entertainment options. Being a peninsula between the estuaries Castellano, Quejo and Cantabrian Sea has a coastline of great beauty, with beaches of sand, small bays, with impressive cliffs overlooking the Cantabrian Sea and, meadows high green mountains and hills, etc.. The island also has a historical and artistic heritage of great importance.



Suances

Suances

A tourist town in the Besaya region, which stretches around the confluence of the rivers Saja and Besaya. It has excellent beaches, like that of Los Locos, which is ideal for surfing.


Santillana Del Mar

Santillana Del Mar

Santillana del Mar is a historic town situated in Cantabria, Spain. The city is known for Altamira Caves (Cuevas de Altamira) and historic buildings, attracting thousands of tourists each year. Santillana del Mar is said that the city is''three''lies, is not no saint (Santo), is neither flat (Llanos) and has no sea (Mar) as the name of the city. However, in fact, the name comes from Santa Juliana, whose remains are kept in the College, a Roman church and the former Benedictine monastery. Vatra original medieval village still survives in the center, winding streets and buildings beautiful yellow of sandstone used, is quite marked by the abundance of tourist shops that have proliferated in almost every door.


Cantabria

Cantabria

Cantabria is a region of Spain, located on the north coast. The focal point is the town of Santander region, with 180,000 inhabitants. Historic province offers diverse attractions, from fishing villages on the coast to the snowy peaks of the Picos de Europa mountain chain. Cantabria Province is almost untouched by mass tourism currently on the Mediterranean coast, because of unstable weather. But during the summer months the sea is warm enough to take a bath, and the sun shines. Cantabria was part of old Castile and was a stronghold of conservative, separatist inclination between the neighbors on the coast.


Cities in Costa de la Luz region

Costa De La Luz Cadiz Area

Costa De La Luz Cadiz Area

Costa de la Luz is a part of the Andalusian coast that stretches from Tarifa, throughout the provinces of Huelva and Cadiz, to the mouth of the Guadiana river. Costa de la Luz comprises sun and sand, forming rivers before they empty channels in the sea, land and water forms marshes, estuaries and salt mines. The name comes from the Coast Light painted houses, gold and silver reflections sand dunes of the sea, the green colors can be found in the interior of the peninsula, in the fertile pastures, famous vineyards and small villages where time seems to stand still.


Puerto D.Santa Maria

Puerto D.Santa Maria

El Puerto de Santa Maria is a town in the province of Cadiz, Andalusia. The town of El Puerto de Santa María is 10 km north east of Cádiz across the bay of Cádiz and is best known for having been the port from which Columbus sailed on his second voyage to the Americas. El Puerto de Santa María is a picturesque and lively Spanish town situated on the Costa de la Luz, 20 minutes across the bay from Cádiz. It is located around the mouth of the river Guadalete. There are 22 km. of Atlantic coastline around the town, with 8 beaches of fine golden sand.


Rota

Rota

Rota is a tourist town with a population of 30,000 inhabitants, is situated in Cadiz province of Andalusia. Can be reached by boat from Cadiz and Puerto de Santa Maria and Jerez have their own stations. Rota has a thriving fishing industry, which is the commercial activity of the area along the coast. Port Astaroth, the focus of the city was a gift from Tartesans, the oldest inhabitants of this place. In historic areas will see relics of the past, such as Luna Castillo (Castle of the month), monuments and sand dunes and pine forests, where you can spend wonderful days in this natural environment special.


Punta Umbria

Punta Umbria

Punta Umbria is a town and municipality in the province of Huelva, part of the Spanish autonomous community of Andalusia. It is a fishing village located on the banks of the river Rio Odiel and over the water in the capital, Huelva. It is surrounded by salt marshes and facing extensive Isla Rivesaltes.



Jerez De La Frontera

Jerez De La Frontera

Jerez de la Frontera is a town in the Spanish province of Cadiz, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. The most populous urban center in the province and the fifth in Andalucia. It is located in the south of the Iberian peninsula, about 15 km from the Atlantic Ocean and 100 km from Gibraltar Strait. Located in a central location and good connections with the rest of the province, has become the communications hub and one of logistics and transportation centers of western Andalusia. The size and growth potential have provided a greater economic dynamism than the capital.


Cities in Costa Tropical region

Salobrena

Salobrena

Salobreña is a municipality in Spain, located in the province of Granada in the autonomous community of Andalusia. It has a population of 12.684 inhabitants.


Costa Tropical

Costa Tropical

Costa Tropical (Spanish pronunciation: [Kosta tɾopikal], "Tropical Coast") is a comarca in southern Spain, which corresponds to the Mediterranean coast of Granada province, Andalusia. It is also less frequently but called Costa de Granada or Costa Granadina.


Cities in Castile and Leon region

Lerma

Lerma

Lerma is a village in the province of Burgos, part of the autonomous community of Castile and León, Spain. It has important monuments from the 17th century, which were built by the Dukes of Lerma.


Segovia

Segovia

Located only a half hour drive from Madrid, Segovia is one of the most famous historical cities in Spain. Ensemble is impressive monuments of the historic beauty, grandeur and the proper maintenance, grounds for which was declared Patrimony of Humanity in 1985. Those who will begin his visit with the Old Town will most likely start in Plaza Mayor, one of the most known and the cobweb of narrow streets, very old buildings but surprisingly well-preserved, small shops and premises are appealing atmosphere for any traveler . Aqueduct of Segovia is one of the most important monuments preserved from Roman times on the Iberian peninsula.


Avila

Avila

Avila is a medieval town in Castile-Leon province in western Spain, about 70 miles northwest of Madrid. Avila whole city was declared a World Heritage by UNESCO. Two kilometers from the medieval walls and towers almost 90 completely encircle the old city resistant. These walls were built in the eleventh century to protect the territories of the Spanish Moors. Avila also has a Romanesque cathedral, medieval churches and a few authentic medieval atmosphere. The city was captured by Moors and Arabs in 714 d.Hr regained by Christians in 1088, and its protective walls were built in the twelfth century.


Cities in Castilla region

Burgos

Burgos

Burgos is a nice city, lively, medium sized, centrally-located in northern Spain in the region of Castilla - León. Burgos is known worldwide for its cultural heritage, monumental and artistic. Burgos enjoys a privileged geographical position, located halfway between Madrid and the border with France, being close to cities such as Bilbao, Santander, Logroño and Valladolid. For this reason it is well connected to the rest of Spain which has a strategic value to industry in Burgos, which is varied and dynamic and is characterized by companies of European level and worldwide.


Toledo

Toledo

Located southwest of the capital, Tago River, Toledo is one of the oldest cities in the Iberian peninsula. Conquered by the Romans named Toletum. The capital of the Visigoth kingdom between 554 and 711, was conquered and then ruled for four centuries by the Arabs. Busy afterwards by King Alfonso VI of Castile, was until 1561 the administrative center of the kingdom. Its strategic importance is overwhelming, which explains the settlement disputarea by numerous people who have arrived in the area. Besides high between Toledo and Madrid, on top of a hill called El Cerro de los ngeles (Hill Angels), believed to be the geographic center of Spain, a statue of the Saviour Jesus, symbol of Catholic Spain.


Salamanca

Salamanca

Salamanca is a city in Spain, the capital of the province with the same name in the autonomous community of Castilla and León. It is one of the oldest university cities in Spain and also one of the major tourist attractions with many historic buildings. Salamanca was founded in ancient Roman period as the Salamantica. Between 133-712 BC became an important commercial center. By the seventh century was conquered by the Moors, led by Musa ibn Nusair (640-715), he was recaptured by Alfonso VI. (León) of Castile until the year 1085, when the city will be largely destroyed, being a relatively long time uninhabited.


Leon

Leon

Leon is a Spanish city located in northwestern Iberian Peninsula was founded by the Romans in the 1st century BC Leon is a village located in the northern region of Castilla y León and geographically is one of the most diverse of all the provinces of Spain, with high mountains - covered with snow, steep cliffs and valleys which are home to lakes and gorges, with all the plains watered by many rivers they gathered in a picturesque landscape looks all done to attract tourists in the area. The city of León is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Spain, with numerous historical monuments, churches, cathedrals, museums, and restaurants and shops.


Valladolid

Valladolid

Valladolid is a city in Spain, located in the Autonomous Community of Castilla y Leon. Valladolid is the capital of the province and Autonomous Community of Castilla y Leon, the court was also established between 1601 and 1606 castelliane capital of the Spanish Empire until it was moved to Madrid. Valladolid city name origin is not yet clear in the past it was thought that comes from Valley Olite Valledolit or a wealthy city that supposedly held, but this theory has fallen. Another possibility would be the Valley of Olives, but taking into account the extreme climate is very unlikely that there were considerable quantities of oil in the area.


Zamora

Zamora

Zamora is a province in Spain, in the autonomous community of Castilla-Leon. It is situated on a rocky hill in north-west, near the border with Portugal and is crossed by the Duero River. This province is so diverse and interesting enough to require several visits to be fully appreciated. Worth visiting its historic district which is famous for its monuments, such as the Romanesque church in Nueva Santa María, which dates from the eleventh century, or Cathedral, which is built in Romanesque style, and whose dome has become a symbol of the province of Zamora.


Cities in Granada region

Guadix

Guadix

Guadix is ​​part of the province of Granada, Spain, and is famous for its cave houses where over 10,000 people live. They were built in the 16th century and represent the main miracle of this city, placing it first in Europe.


Granada

Granada

Granada was formerly known as the "jewel in the crown of the moor." The town is near the Sierra Nevada, where high mountains and spectacular places give a majestic air. Granada has been colonized by native tribes in prehistoric times, being known as Ilbyr. When the Romans colonized southern Spain have build there own way the city and called it Illibris. Granada name was given by the Arabs in the Eighth century when they invaded the peninsula. Granada was the last city fell under the occupation of an Arab Christian in 1492, under the reign of Queen Isabel of Castile and her husband, Fernando de Aragón.


Cities in Castilia La Mancha region

Albacete

Albacete

Albacete province Albacete is the capital of the autonomous community of Castile-La Mancha in Spain. In 2005, the population was about 161,508 inhabitants. Albacete city was never even considered a city with an industrial tradition, the city's industrial area, known as "Polígono Campollano" was recently extended. Albacete is known as a tourist destination, but its attractions include the cathedral and the Museum of Albacete. During the Spanish Civil War, the city of Albacete was headquarters and training camp of the International Brigades. The earliest information of this province remember that in 1269 the city of Albacete was just a small village.


Cuenca

Cuenca

Cuenca is a city in the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha in central Spain. It is the capital of the province of Cuenca. Cuenca is located across a steep spur, whose slopes descend into deep gorges of the Júcar and Huécar rivers. It is divided into two separate settlements: the "new" city is situated south-west to the old one, which is divided by the Huécar course. Cuenca’s old town has the UNESCO World Heritage designation, and the city spreads out from atop a promontory overlooking the ruins of its Moorish castle, the ancient Kunka fortress.


Ciudad Real

Ciudad Real

Ciudad Real is an old medieval town which played an important role in medieval history, when the walls and towers defended the 130 a majority Christian city, but important Moorish and Jewish communities. After the Reconquista, Ciudad Real became the capital of La Mancha in the seventeenth century, and soon turns into an economic and cultural center of the first importance, and the number of public and private buildings is growing rapidly here. In fact, history is the oldest city, founded in XIII century by King Alfonso X, the fortified city.


Cities in Seville Region region

Carmona

Carmona

Carmona is a town in Seville province, Andalusia, Spain with a population of 25.932 inhabitants. Populated since ancient times, Carmona has a long history, which saw the transition to the widest variety of cultures. Thus, it was primarily inhabited by Tartessans and later became a Phoenician colony. Centuries later came the Romans and Arabs, civilizations have left their mark on this city rich heritage hidden Sevillian. Carmona old neighborhood still retains the appearance of Arab Medina, the streets where civil and religious architecture beautiful can be seen.


Cities in Catalonia region

Tarragona

Tarragona

Tarragona is the southernmost province in Catalonia, Spain, which also boasts a capital of the same name. Located on the Costa Dorada, Tarragona and its beautiful beaches are exactly what you are searching for if you are yearning for golden sand, crystal clear waters and basking in the sun. But if you also wish to discover the revealing ancient vestiges standing testament to Spain s glorious past, the diverse archaeological complexes and museums spread about the Tarragona province and its capital are perfect for you. Just walk around towns like the picturesque Reus or the hectic Salou and discover its important heritage, along with the lifestyle of its hospitable dwellers.


Lleida

Lleida

Lleida is the largest city in western Catalonia. It lies halfway between Barcelona and Zaragoza on the River Segre. The city has hosted many cultures over the centuries. On a hill in the center of town, the most prominent building is the Seu Vella cathedral, symbol of the city. Lleida was founded by Iberian becoming Romanian settlement in the second century BC. During the Roman civil war here met the armies of Caesar and Pompey. Between 713 and 1117 the city was under Moorish driving, then in 1149 was taken by Ramon Berenguer IV. In the following centuries suffered repeated damage in various wars.


Lerida

Lerida

Lerida is the largest city in western Catalonia. It lies halfway between Barcelona and Zaragoza, the River Segre. The city was home to many cultures over the centuries. Lerida was founded by Iberian, becoming the second century BC settlement in Romanian. During the Roman civil war here met the armies of Caesar and Pompey. Between 713 and 1117 the city was under Moorish management, and in 1149 was taken over by Ramon Berenguer IV. In the centuries following the destruction suffered repeated in various wars. It is the largest city in western Catalonia with a population of 124,000 inhabitants.


Cities in Sierra Nevada region

Sierra Nevada

Sierra Nevada

The accommodations are located in the winter sports resort of Pradollano itself, as well as in the surrounding area. The idyllic village of Pradollano is located at an altitude of approx. 2,100 m. Sports fans will find many sporting possibilities off from the piste to enjoy after a fantastic day of skiing. Many different cosy cafes and restaurants however offer those who are looking for a bit of peace and quiet a great opportunity to recover from the day on the piste in a relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere.


Cities in Strait of Gibraltar region

Ceuta

Ceuta

Ceuta is a Spanish enclave on the African coast of Africa (like exclave Melilla). Area is 18.5 km² and lies on the Mediterranean coast near the Straits of Gibraltar.


Cities in Extremadura region

Caceres

Caceres

Cáceres is the capital of the same name province, in the autonomous community of Extremadura, Spain. As of 2009, its population was 91,131 inhabitants. There have been settlements near Cáceres since prehistoric times. Evidence of this can be found in the caves of Maltravieso and El Conejar. The city was founded by the Romans in 25 BC. The old town (Ciudad Monumental) still has its ancient walls; this part of town is also well known for its multitude of storks' nests. The walls contain a medieval town setting with no outward signs of modernity, which is why many films have been shot there.


Badajoz

Badajoz

Badajoz is a city in western Spain, which is on the left bank of the Guadiana River, which was founded by the Moors in 875. This city is located in the province of Extremadura, bordering Portugal, halfway between Lisbon, Madrid and Seville. Badajoz is the largest province of Spain (21.600 km square.) And one of the most populated cities - 145,000 inhabitants. Originally a Celtic settlement, Badajoz was successively in the hands of the Romans and Visigoths, and in 1031 became the capital of a Moorish kingdom. During the Peninsular War, Badajoz was taught French in 1811, but was retaken by the Duke of Wellington next year.


Merida

Merida

Located in the autonomous community of Estremadura, in the province of Badajoz, Merida city is evidence of a past historical novel fabulous. Theatre, the Amphitheatre and the temple dedicated to the goddess Diana, who is still in this city are the former capital of Roman Lusitania one of the best preserved archaeological sites in Spain. Moreover, it is inscribed in UNESCO World Heritage. Merida was the greatest ancient Roman city of the Iberian Peninsula and today occupies a leading position in the top of the key objectives of Spain. Beyond the infernal heat approaching 40 degrees Celsius during the summer - and that is an impediment in the way of comfort - you'll have plenty of reasons to stay even a few hours.


Cities in La Rioja region

Logrono

Logrono

Logroño is a city in northern Spain, on the Ebro River. It is the capital of the autonomous community of La Rioja, formerly known as Logroño Province. Logroño is a pleasant city, for visitors and residents. With 142.143 inhabitants, It has the half residents of La Rioja, Autonomous region of which is the capital. Situated in the north of Spain, it is a meeting and reference point and a crossroad. People of Logroño are kind, happy and hospitable. They enjoy with festivals, gastronomy and traditions. Any visitor quickly becomes a good fiend. Calle del Laurel, known as "the path of the elephants" and Calle San Juan are typical streets where various restaurants and tapas bars offer some of the best pinchos and tapas in northern Spain.


La Rioja Area

La Rioja Area

La Rioja is the smallest region of mainland Spain, bordered by Navarre, Castile & Leon and Aragon. One of the most important wine growing areas of Europe, it has a reputation bigger than its land area. Extending along the Ebro River, the region is practically split into two, Rioja Alta which has a great deal of rainfall and has a mild climate, and Rioja Baja which is a hotter and more arid area, similar to Aragon. The province' capital, Logroño links the two areas. The most popular places to visit are Logroño and Haro, known for their wineries.