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  • Costa Brava.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … Can you imagine spending time surrounded by the blue waters of the sea, golden sands and intensely green landscapes? It is the postcard image that best represents the Costa Brava in the province of Girona (Catalonia), a beautiful environment bordered by the Mediterranean Sea and the Pyrenees Mountai…

  • Coast of Almería.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … On the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in south-eastern Spain you'll find over 200 kilometres of coastline with wonderful beaches and coves that are ideal for bathing. You're practically guaranteed warm weather in this area. Don't miss a visit to the Cabo de Gata-Níjar nature reserve and the spectac…

  • Costa de la Luz.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … It means sunshine and blue skies. Long beaches of fine blond sand bathed by the Atlantic Ocean. It means traditional cuisine. Culture, fiestas, pilgrimages, protected nature areas, water sports, golf… This is the Costa de la Luz, and it stretches along the coastlines of Cadiz and Huelva in southern …

  • Costa Barcelona.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … Located in Catalonia, it has over 100 kilometres of coastline sprinkled with cities and charming fishing towns. Nature reserves, golf courses, breathtaking historical buildings, nightlife, popular festivals and great cuisine are some of the attractions of this part of the Mediterranean.…

  • Costa da Morte.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … An area of legend formed by 17 towns and villages, it was for a long time thought to be the end of the known world. As well as being the final destination for many pilgrims on the way of Saint James, this coastline in A Coruña (Galicia) in northwest Spain has fascinating cliffs, fishing ports and ch…

  • Valencia Coast.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … A one-hundred-percent Mediterranean coastline where you can enjoy the sun on beaches bathed by calm warm waters. This is the coast in the province of Valencia in southeast Spain, and it is known for combining all the attractions of the Mediterranean Sea with a delicious cuisine, mild temperatures an…

  • Coast of Cantabria.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … A journey along the Coast of Cantabria begins on the western part of the coastline, where just a few kilometres inland lies Santillana del Mar, one of the best-conserved historic and artistic sites in Spain.…

  • Costa Cálida.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … The Mar Menor and the Mediterranean come together in Murcia to create a coastline of cliffs, beaches with kilometres of white sand, and ideal temperatures. Any time of year is good for discovering this holiday resort.…

  • Costa Tropical.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … We begin our journey on the west coast of Granada known as Costa Tropical. From here to the city of Málaga, we will enjoy the varied landscapes of this rugged coast. On the first stretch of coastline, at the foot of the mountain range La Contraviesa, which touches upon the province of Granada, the r…

  • Coast of Castellón.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … You'll find Castellón on the Spanish Mediterranean coast in the north of the Region of Valencia, with over 120 kilometres of coastline and some of the loveliest beaches in the area. There are a total of 16 coastal towns and villages to explore, some as famous as Benicàssim, Benicarló and Oropesa del…

  • Gulf of Ártabro.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … The Gulf of Ártabro is formed by four estuaries: A Coruña, Betanzos, Ares and Ferrol. The name of this area in northwest Galicia comes from the people who inhabited the place in pre-Roman times, the Artabri. The villages in this area, the numerous rivers that flow out into the sea and its beaches ma…

  • Costa Dorada.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … A destination with a seafaring tradition for the whole family to enjoy? Long beaches of fine sand and secluded coves looking out over the Mediterranean? The Costa Dorada in Tarragona offers all this, plus remnants of the Roman Empire, the birthplace of Gaudí, golf, water sports….…

  • Costa del Sol.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … Why is the Costa del Sol one of the most touristic areas of Spain? Because of its beautiful weather and over 300 days of sun a year. Any time of year is good for visiting this area that stretches along 161 kilometres of coastline of the province of Malaga on the Mediterranean. Are you coming?.…

  • Basque Coast.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … Beaches in a natural setting amid cliffs and green valleys. Urban beaches with their own particular charm like the La Concha in San Sebastián. Stretches of sand for relaxing, surfing, or simply enjoying the sound of the waves  .…

  • Costa Verde (Green Coast).

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … Maritime towns and villages steeped in charm, endless beaches set amid verdant nature, secluded coves, spectacular cliffs… there are almost 350 kilometres of coastline in Asturias. The tourist options for the Costa Verde feature a combination of nature, sport, and gastronomy in the region of Asturia…

  • Rías Altas estuaries.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … These are the estuaries in northern Galicia overlooking the Atlantic. Spectacular cliffs, beaches, fishing villages, lighthouses and legend are the main 'ingredients' of this coastline. This is an area where you'll find estuaries like those of A Coruña, Ares and Betanzos, Ferrol, Cedeira, Ortigueira…

  • Rías Baixas estuary.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … This coastline is regarded by many as a paradise, and it is also the site of the Cíes Islands, known by the Romans as "the islands of the gods". Its coastline combines the blue of the sea and the greenery of its setting with the seafaring tradition of Galicia, in an area which extends from the estua…

  • Canary Islands.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … Located to the south of the Iberian Peninsula and with volcanic origins, the Canary Islands are home to many beaches where you can sunbathe, do water sports and discover surprising nature. And the best all - year-round warm weather.…

  • Costa Blanca.

    [Coasts and beaches]


    … Do you want to see 218 kilometres of coastline with calm waters and fine white sand beaches? You will see mountains that loom over the Mediterranean, fruit groves and palm groves. In eastern Spain, in the province of Alicante, 2800 hours of sun a year await you.…

  • Adeje.

    [Tourist destinations]


    Adeje. Tenerife. (Canary Islands) Situated in the south of the island of Tenerife, between the foothills of the Teide and the crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean, is the Canary Islands town of Adeje, Here, architectural heritage blends with highly contrasting natural landscapes, where visitor…

  • Lloret de Mar.

    [Tourist destinations]


    Lloret de Mar. Girona. (Catalonia) On the most southerly part of the Costa Brava, lies the town of Lloret de Mar. With a deep seaside tradition, today it is one of the largest tourist centres on Girona's sea front. Beaches and coves with clear water combine with an interesting historic centre and a …

  • Maspalomas.

    [Tourist destinations]


    Maspalomas. San Bartolomé de Tirajana. Gran Canaria. (Canary Islands) Its beaches are probably the most well-known and photographed in the Canaries. The town of Maspalomas is formed by the pond of the same name, the dunes and the palm tree grove. Which all go to make an area of great ecological valu…

  • Fuengirola.

    [Tourist destinations]


    Fuengirola. Malaga. (Andalusia) Located on the Costa del Sol, Fuengirola is a city with a rich Andalusian flavour which offers an extensive stretch of coastline covered with magnificent beaches. Possessing a long tourist tradition, this town in the province of Málaga has a wide range of services and…

  • Benidorm.

    [Tourist destinations]


    Benidorm. Alicante - Alacant. (Valencia)   Located in the Marina Baixa region in Alicante, Benidorm is one of the top tourist destinations on the Costa Blanca, thanks to its excellent beaches and its wide range of accommodation, restaurants and leisure activities. Its historic centre stands on a pro…


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