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We help you find out more about Spain's wide diversity. Choose your destination, and see what's not to be missed on your visit to any of Spain's provinces.

You can find all the information on tourism in each one here. What's more, we've included a section on each of the Balearic and Canary islands.


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  • A Coruña (Province).


    … A Coruña. (Galicia)  . It is located in the region of Galicia in northwest Spain. Its Costa da Morte (Coast of Death) is an area of important marine ecosystems, with steep cliffs, dunes and fishing villages with traditional lighthouses and beaches. The characteristic inland landscape features mounta…

  • Araba-Álava (Province).


    … Álava - Araba. (Basque Country)  . It is located in northern Spain, in the south of the Basque Country, and is the most extensive province in the Basque region. The capital is the city of Vitoria, which is also the regional capital. This is the site of the Gothic cathedral of Santa María de Vitoria,…

  • Albacete (Province).


    … Albacete. (Castile-La Mancha) It is located in the interior of Spain, in the south of the Castile-La Mancha region. The city of Albacete is its capital, and is the most populated city in the province. This is the site of the Albacete Fair, a festival of International Tourist Interest. The Tamborrada…

  • Alicante-Alacant (Province).


    … Alicante - Alacant. (Valencia) It is located in southeast Spain in the south of the Region of Valencia. The province is designated with the Costa Blanca tourist brand. It has a typical Mediterranean landscape with beaches interspersed with mountainous terrain. The province hosts as many as six festi…

  • Almería (Province).


    … Almería. (Andalusia) It is located in Andalusia in southeast Spain, and its capital is the city of Almería. It has 200 kilometres of Mediterranean coastline, and its natural resources include a combination of sea and desert, as well as one of the most fertile agricultural areas in the whole of Europ…

  • Asturias (Province).


    … Sociedad Regional de Turismo. Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura. C/ Luis Moya Blanco, 261. 33203. Asturias. Fax.: +34 984 493 551 | E-mail: srt@asturias.org. www.infoasturias.com. If there’s such a thing as the perfect combination of culture, nature and gastronomy, then you’ll find it in Asturias. The fi…

  • Ávila (Province).


    … Ávila. (Castile-Leon) Located in the Castile-León region in the northern part of the Spanish interior, its landscape is divided into two completely distinct areas: a more mountainous area in the centre and towards the north; and the southern part which has milder temperatures and is the site of the …

  • Badajoz (Province).


    … Badajoz. (Extremadura)    . It is located in the south of the region of Extremadura in western Spain. It is the largest province in the country, and is a land of contrasts. Its landscape features pastures dotted with holm oaks, in combination with mountains and Mediterranean forests. It is also the …

  • Barcelona (Province).


    … Barcelona. (Catalonia)    . It is located in northeast Spain in the centre of the region of Catalonia. The provincial capital is the city of Barcelona, which is also the capital of the region. It is the site of a series of architectural works by the artist and architect Antoni Gaudí, awarded the Wor…

  • Burgos (Province).


    … Burgos. (Castile-Leon)  . Located in the interior of Spain, in the north of the Castile-León region. Its capital is the city of Burgos, the home of the only cathedral in Spain which has been individually awarded the World Heritage designation by the UNESCO. Another good example of the province's ric…

  • Cabrera Archipelago (Island).


    … Cabrera. (Balearic Islands) In the Cabrera Archipelago National Park in the Balearic Islands you’ll be able to enjoy the Mediterranean Sea any way you want. Scuba divers will find one of the best conserved sea beds on the Spanish coastline, with a dense meadow of Posidonia oceánica which favours the…

  • Cáceres (Province).


    … Cáceres. (Extremadura) Located in the interior of Spain, in the north of the region of Extremadura. Its capital is the city of Cáceres, whose historic town has been declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. The Royal Monastery of Santa María de Guadalupe, also in the province of Cáceres, shares …

  • Cádiz (Province).


    … Cadiz. (Andalusia)    . It is located in southern Spain, in the region of Andalusia. Its coastline is part of the Costa de la Luz (Coast of Light) and features numerous golden sandy beaches, including everything from beaches in urban areas to extensive, practically unspoilt stretches of sand. In the…

  • Cantabria (Province).


    … Sociedad Regional Cántabra de Promoción Turística S.A. (CANTUR). Paseo de Pereda, 32. 39004. Cantabria. Tel.: +34 942 20 82 80 | +34 942 20 82 84 | E-mail: promocioncantabria@cantur.com. www.turismodecantabria.com. If you’re thinking of planning a getaway to Cantabria in what is known as Green Spain…

  • Castellón-Castelló (Province).


    … Castellón - Castelló. (Valencia) It is located in the north of the Region of Valencia in eastern Spain, and is known by the brand name of Castellón Costa Azahar. Its 120 km of coastline has everything from beaches to coves lapped by the Mediterranean Sea, and natural spaces such as the volcanic arch…

  • Ceuta (Province).


    … Turismo de Ceuta. C/ Edrissis, s/n. Baluarte de los Mallorquines. 51001. Ceuta. Fax.: +34 856200565 | E-mail: turismo@destinoceuta.com. www.destinoceuta.com. An open city which links two continents and in which four different cultures come together and intermingle: Christian, Muslim, Hindu and Jewis…

  • Ciudad Real (Province).


    … Ciudad Real. (Castile-La Mancha)    . It is located in the interior of Spain, in the southern part of the Castile-La Mancha region. It is home to 101 different towns and villages and to protected natural areas like the Cabañeros and Tablas de Daimiel National Parks. The territory is famous for its c…

  • Córdoba (Province).


    … Cordoba. (Andalusia) It is located in southern Spain (Andalusia), on the banks of the Guadalquivir river. It has a rich architectural and artistic heritage including particularly the Great Mosque in the provincial capital, Cordoba, and the archaeological site at Medina-Azahara. It is well worth expl…

  • Cuenca(Province).


    … Cuenca. (Castile-La Mancha)    . It is located in the interior of Spain, in the northeast of the Castile-La Mancha region. The capital of the province is the city of Cuenca, where the historical fortified town has been awarded the World Heritage designation by the UNESCO. This is the setting for the…

  • Formentera (Island).


    … Formentera. (Balearic Islands) The coast of Formentera is marked by great cliffs that tower above long beaches of fine sand, where the visitor can relax in a very well-preserved natural setting.…

  • Fuerteventura (Island).


    … Fuerteventura. (Canary Islands) Fuerteventura is in the Canary Islands and measures 210 kilometres from one end to the other. It is outstanding for its magnificent white sand beaches and for the bright sun that shines all year round. It is an essential destination for windsurfing and scuba diving lo…

  • Girona (Province).


    … Girona. (Catalonia) Located in the northeast of the region of Catalonia, in northern Spain. Its outstanding beaches are part of what is known as the Costa Brava and are located in such internationally famous resorts as Tossa de Mar, Cadaqués and Portlligat. The coastal landscapes alternate with the …

  • La Gomera(Island).


    … Gomera. (Canary Islands) www.lagomera.travel. Peaceful and beautiful. This is La Gomera, known as "Isla Mágica" (the magical island). It is the second smallest of the Canary Islands, measuring barely 20 kilometres from north to south. It is an ecological treasure, and its coast is dotted with small …

  • Granada (Province).


    … Granada. (Andalusia) It is located in southern Spain, in the region of Andalusia. Its most outstanding feature is its capital city, Granada, the site of the Alhambra, the Generalife gardens and the Albaicín, awarded the World Heritage designation by the UNESCO. In winter, the province offers the cha…