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Spain, located in southwestern Europe, shares its borders with Portugal, France, Andorra, and the Mediterranean Sea. This Iberian nation is known for its passionate people, lively festivals, mouthwatering cuisine, and world-renowned art and architecture.

How could we define in a few words a country so rich in different landscapes, traditions and mentalities? But it is maybe a unique art of living that makes the unity of this pachwork of cultures. And you will certainly be seduced by the energy, the smiles and the habits of this people, so proud but who does not miss the opportunity to explode in emotions to honor its traditions often centenary.

Spain has more than an argument to seduce and to guarantee a perfect journey. You can choose between Madrid and its amazing museums, Barcelona with Gaudi's masterpieces, a collection of contemporary architectures in Valencia, the jewels of Islamic period in Andalusia, turquoise water in Balearic Islands, medieval castles in old Castille or the mysteries of the green northeast coast. There is something for everyone and every taste, and the offer has no limit!

One of the country's most famous landmarks is the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, designed by the renowned architect Antoni Gaudí. This magnificent basilica is an extraordinary example of Modernist architecture, with its intricate facades and towering spires that dominate the city skyline. Similarly, Madrid, the vibrant capital, captivates visitors with its grand boulevards, bustling plazas, and world-class museums, such as the Prado Museum and the Reina Sofia Museum.

Beyond its urban allure, Spain boasts a diverse natural landscape that appeals to nature enthusiasts. From the snow-capped peaks of the Sierra Nevada to the lush greenery of Galicia, the country offers countless opportunities for outdoor adventures. The Camino de Santiago, a pilgrimage route that stretches across northern Spain, is a popular choice for hikers and spiritual seekers alike.

Of course, no introduction to Spain would be complete without mentioning its vibrant culture. Flamenco, a passionate and expressive form of dance and music, originated in the Andalusian region and is now an iconic symbol of Spanish identity. Bullfighting is also an important part of Spain's cultural heritage, while festivals like La Tomatina and the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona attract visitors from around the world.

Finally, let's not forget about the incredible gastronomy of Spain. From delectable tapas to paella, the country's cuisine is a delight for food lovers. Indulge in regional specialties like pintxos in Basque Country, gazpacho in Andalusia, or fresh seafood on the coasts, and complement your meals with a glass of sangria or a sip of Rioja wine.

As you embark on your Spanish adventure, prepare to be captivated by the country's charm, be swept away by its passion, and create unforgettable memories in a land where history and modernity merge seamlessly. Let us be your guide as you explore the wonders of Spain, a destination that will leave an indelible mark on your heart.

Spain Overview

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map of the Andalusia region


They say Andalusia holds the real soul of Spain, and it might be so. As the last region to be reconquered to the last Kingdom of Granada, as late as 1492, Andalusians still to this day lead quite a different lifestyle, from celebrating to eating, from spirituality to work.

map of the Castile La Mancha region

Castile La Mancha

This is a land famous for its arts and crafts, for the unique monuments to be seen in its towns and cities, and for being the setting for the adventures of the famous literary hero Don Quixote of La Mancha.

map of the Rioja Wine Region region

Rioja Wine Region

History, tradition and wine… so much to tell! Rioja is the birthplace of Spanish language; here you will find some great UNESCO Heritage monuments to visit and enjoy....

map of the Madrid region


Located in the geographical center of the country, Madrid became the capital of Spain in 1561 under King Phillip II and has preserved a rich historical and architectural heritage that the city’s inhabitants have blended with a sense of humor, good taste and the art of living...

map of the Castile & Leon region

Castile & Leon

Castile, or land of Castles, is probably the most genuine example of our imperial past, with a wide choice of famous destinations like Avila, Segovia or Burgos, where you will be immersed in heritage scenes of lords and knights, alive with history from our Catholic Kings Isabella and Ferdinand, Charles 5th or Philip 2nd....

map of the Barcelona region


A Mediterranean soul immersed in a vibrant modern spirit, Catalonia continues to be the avant-garde of Spain. Completely rooted to its land and traditions while in constant search of the newest expressions of modernity, Barcelona is one of the most important destinations in Europe and the #1 cruise....

map of the Catalonia region


With its own language and unique local customs, Catalonia feels distinct from the rest of Spain, and, beyond Barcelona, its four provinces unveil an astounding wealth of natural splendour.

map of the Galicia & Asturias region

Galicia & Asturias

Galicia is easily one of the lesser known areas of Spain, still a vast region that keeps innumerable secrets only for the conspicuous minds. The “Camino,” the mythical St. James Way that has lead millions of pilgrims to Santiago de Compostela...

map of the Basque Country region

Basque Country

Basque Country covers the northern coastal part of our country. We call it “Green Spain”  because its wet and temperate oceanic climate allows lush pastures and forests to thrive over landscapes full of  hills and mountains, estuaries and endless green...

map of the Extremadura region


This is typically of the kind of destination we love and where we can make you live completely authentic experiences, away from crowds. Extremadura is indeed a very little visited region.