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Spain is well known as a fiery, feisty and passionate country and it inspires great passion in those who visit it. The many visitors who come here each year fall in love with the diverse, grand and sweeping landscapes, from the high, snowy peaks of the Sierra Nevada to the sun baked plains of Andalucia, from the rugged and wild Atlantic coast to the sunny, sandy coves and balmy bays of the Mediterranean shores. They are inspired by many works or art and enjoy the many reminders of the country’s long and fascinating history. They enjoy flamenco, fiestas and feasts of traditional cuisine and many of them choose to return here, year after year.

This western European country is located on the Iberian Peninsula, where modern humans first arrived around 35,000 years ago. A number of different civilisations have settled here over the years and left their own legacies on the land and its people. Across Spain, different cultures have sprung up and created diverse groups of people with different ways, beliefs and traditions, even different languages. Modern Spain is less one entity and is more easily understood if you think of it as a collection of seventeen autonomous regions, each with their own distinct character and each with many points of interest to enjoy.


Natural Attractions:

Spain has a diverse range of landscapes which, of course, means that there are plenty of natural attractions to enjoy. If mountains are your thing then you must visit the Sierra Nevada Range, which contains the highest peaks on the mainland of the country. Enjoy also the Picos de Europa, the Pyrenees, the Cantabrian Mountains, Sistema Central, Sistema Ibérica and more. If you want to delve deeper into the Spanish ecosystems then you can enjoy many protected areas of landscape around the country including fifteen National Parks on the mainland and islands and many more natural parks. 

Many people, however, come here for one thing and one thing only – to relax on Spain’s beautiful coastlines. The Costa Brava was the first place for mass tourism here and yet it is now turning its back on its earlier image and plugging its more natural attractions instead. South beyond Barcelona and Tarragona you will find the Costa Daurada and the Delta de L’Ebre, wetlands and river estuaries. South from here is the Costa del Azahar, the more famous Costa Blanca, the Costa Calida, the Costa de Almeria and the Costa Tropical before you reach the amazing and immensely popular Costa del Sol and its neighbouring stretch to the west, the Costa de la Luz. While to the North and north-west you will find more stretches of coastline which include the well known Costa Verde.


Cultural and Historic Attractions:

Madrid is Spain’s capital and has a number of amazing historic and cultural attractions including a number of excellent museums and galleries, the Royal Palace of Madrid, the Plaza Mayor,  Plaza de Cibeles, Almudena Cathedral and much more besides. Barcelona is another of Spain’s major cities and has, along with several beaches, the Sagrada Familia, the Gothic Quarter, Casa Batlló, Barcelona Cathedral and, close to the city, Montserrat, a natural and historic attraction in one.

One of Spain’s most prominent historic sites is the Alhambra in Granada. The Plaza de Espaňa in the centre of the historic city of Seville and also the Royal Alcázar and Cathedral found there. The Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela and the Burgos Cathedral are also amongst Spain’s many sacred historic sites. There are many more important sites across Spain’s diverse regions each reflecting a small part of this country’s fascinating past.


Food and Drink:

Spanish cuisine is famed around the world, though of course really the food here varies considerable with all the other customs and traditions from one part of the country to another. Each region has its own specialities and ways of preparing food and these can vary dramatically from one place to the next. One of the joys of food in Spain is that you can sample a wide range of different dishes, wherever in the country you choose to go. Tapas is a typical way of serving food and it is also very common to find that the main meal is eaten between 2pm and 4pm. Eating is a leisurely thing in Spain and you will find people take time to eat and drink, making conversation over a meal and not rushing it. However, to find ‘real’ Spanish food rather than the international ‘chips with everything’ sort of meals then you are best to move away from the main resorts and mass tourism centres and head out to explore the less visited regions of the country. The Spanish like to eat, drink and have a good time and as you would expect, the nightlife in cities and coastal resorts can be exciting through some might say a little too wild in places. 


Active Adventures:

Spain is a wonderful country not just for those who like to sleep, eat, party, repeat but also for those who like to have a more active and adventurous time on their holidays. The rugged mountains are, of course, threaded with a range of hiking trails, some long-distance others perfect for a gentle amble. There is rock climbing, abseiling, mountain biking and caving in the higher ranges and in some of the valleys and gorges run rivers ripe for exploration by boat tour, kayak trip or rafting adventure. Have a go on ziplines or free-fall from the skies, rise above as you paraglide or hang-glide or take a helicopter ride over spectacular vistas. Try a range of watersports at a coastal resort, play on the beach or take to the waters for a swim or a snorkel. If you want to see beneath the waves then do a bit of diving to a natural or wreck site. No matter how hard you try you will never exhaust all your options for adventure in Spain.

So whatever sort of holiday you are looking for, consider Spain for next holiday and make it your passion too.

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