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Spaniards often speak of Las Españas (The Spains) because the country is formed by seventeen autonomies – autonomous regions – with their own budgets, governments and cultural ministries. This explains the vast diversity of this fascinating country: in landscape, language, artistic traditions and culture in general.
Whenever you are in Spain, you will notice the Spaniards’ passion for life and you will understand why Spain is very well known for the night life and the regional fiestas.
Discover the beautiful architecture and monuments in wonderful and lively cities such as Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Sevilla, Granada, Bilbao, Santander, etc.
For most visitors, the landscape and the coastline holds just as much fascination - and variety. The green Galicia, arid plains of Castile, or the gulch-like desert landscapes of Almería. Spain is also one of the most mountainous countries in Europe, and there is superb walking and wildlife in a dozen or more sierras - above all in the Picos de Europa and Pyrenees. Consider visiting some of the large wine growing regions, sampling the distinctive wines of Spain. Visit the beautiful coastline with fine sandy beaches along the Costa de la Luz and the Costa del Sol, the coves in the Costa Brava and the cooler Atlantic water and surfing sands of Cantabria. Sail to the Balearic or the Canary Islands and enjoy the Spanish food (tapas, paella or fideuá with a cold beer or sangria) and, of course, get a healthy tan.