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  • Lugo for everyone.

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    … Lugo. (Galicia) You can get to know Lugo while you have fun with your family, by taking a dramatised tour of the town’s historic centre and by cruising down the river in a catamaran. That’s why the best time to visit is in July, August and September, when the sunshine beckons you out into the street…

  • Guggenheim for everybody.

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    … Bilbao. Vizcaya - Bizkaia. (Basque Country) Visiting a museum with the whole family can be great fun. And this belief is shared by one of Spain’s most famous contemporary art museums: the Guggenheim Bilbao Museum, in the Basque Country. The activities available at this museum include free guided tou…

  • Medieval markets.

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    … Would you like to travel back in time? This is the sensation you will have in many Spanish towns and villages when they hold medieval events and markets. These festive occasions are especially common in summer, combining history, culture and fun. Troubadours, merchants, jongleurs, knights, damsels… …

  • Beaches, nature and gastronomy in the “Rías Baizas”.

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    … (Galicia) The Atlantic Ocean makes inroads into the land amidst legendary forests to form the “Rías Baixas” (literally: low, tidal inlets). The area’s exceptional beaches, rugged scenery and the wealth of flavours present in its unique cuisine are just a few of the treasures waiting for you in this …

  • Hiking in the Picos de Europa mountains.

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    … It's not just difficult to find words to describe the landscape in the Picos de Europa National Park, it's almost impossible! Everything in this setting in northern Spain is spectacular: the rocky crests, the gorges, the valleys, the vast glacial lakes, the leafy forests… and the best way to get to …

  • Almagro: the great classical theatre festival.

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    … Almagro. Ciudad Real. (Castile-La Mancha) Golden age (16th-17th century) theatre is back with a vengeance come the summer. This time of year sees the enthusiastic celebration of the International Classical Theatre Festival in the town of Almagro, Castile-La Mancha Region. Enjoy this not-to-be-missed…

  • Benicàssim to the rhythm of FIB.

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    … Benicasim. Castellón - Castelló. (Valencia) Music, exhibitions, competitions, fun, sun, sand... FIn July, Benicàssim, on the Castellón coast, becomes one of Spain and Europe's most lively venues thanks to FIB: the Benicàssim International Festival. Thousands of people make for this Mediterranean des…

  • The bonfires of San Juan, the symbol of Alicante.

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    … Alicante - Alacant. (Valencia) The bonfires of San Juan, Alicante's most important festivity, are synonymous with fire, giant papier-mâché figures, music, parades and an irresistible atmosphere of fun and high spirits all rolled into one. This is the best possible way to celebrate the coming of summ…

  • The Ortigueira festival: experience music and nature to the full.

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    … Ortigueira. A Coruña. (Galicia) You’ll find all the fun and the great atmosphere you want from an outdoor music festival at the Ortigueira Celtic Festival in Spain. You can get an idea of the size of the event by the fact that it usually attracts almost 100,000 people! These are a fantastic four day…

  • Lighthouses in Galicia: guardians of the end of the world.

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    … (Galicia) They look out haughtily over the sea from the peaks of the mountains, lighting the way for mariners through waters once known as “the end of the world”. These are the lighthouses of Galicia, in northwestern Spain. Beautiful constructions that seem to stand watch over the coast. Come and di…

  • Mérida Theatre Festival: a date with the classics.

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    … Mérida. Badajoz. (Extremadura) Summer after summer, the works of the great Greco-Latin authors come to Spain at the Mérida Classical Theatre Festival. The city’s spectacular Roman Theatre, which has the UNESCO World Heritage designation, recovers its original role once again, becoming the magical st…

  • Skiing in summer in Madrid Snow Zone.

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    … Arroyomolinos. Madrid. In Madrid, you can ski at the height of summer thanks to the Madrid Snowzone snow park. This is the only indoor slope in Spain and is located inside a shopping and leisure centre which makes an ideal option for spending an unforgettable day with guaranteed fun for the whole fa…

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