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  • The Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, a land of adventure.

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    … Huesca. (Aragon) With peaks of up to 3,000 metres high, spectacular gorges and white-water rivers, this Spanish National Park is the ideal place for sports lovers like you. The Park, as well as for numerous other activities, is an outstanding place for rock climbing. Imagine ascending Monte Perdido …

  • August festivities in the Basque Country.

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    … (Basque Country) The good weather is here and the main cities in the Basque Country are holding festivals in August: "Semana Grande" Festival in Bilbao and San Sebastián, and the Festivities of the Virgen Blanca in Vitoria. A perfect excuse to discover this part of northern Spain. The Basque Country…

  • The Sanabria lake: a spell-binding natural area.

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    … Puebla de Sanabria. Zamora. (Castile-Leon) There is a place in Spain with an impressive and haunting beauty, set in a landscape formed 100,000 years ago: the Sanabria Lake Nature Reserve. Here, shrouded in legend, lies the largest lake of glacial origin in Spain. You will be captivated by the irresi…

  • 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…

  • Musical holidays in the Basque Country.

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    … (Basque Country) Each summer sees the Vitoria Jazz Festival and the San Sebastián Music Fortnight - two vital cultural events in Spain. These are amongst Europe's most important international music festivals for their high-quality programme and the prestige of the artists taking part. Exclusive perf…

  • Charter boating in Spain.

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    … If you like sailing, Spain is a destination that you will love for many reasons: because of the good weather, the variety of settings its coasts have to offer, the quality of the facilities, and because hiring a boat is simple. Getting to know Spain from the sea, on a charter boat, can be a fun opti…

  • Spain's record number of blue-flag beaches.

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    … Would you like to visit a country with some of the best beaches in the world? Then grab your swimsuit and come to Spain! You can choose from 573 beaches and 108 marina resorts distinguished with the prestigious Blue Flag award, thanks to their quality and safety. Crystal-clear waters, coves, cliffs,…

  • Spain: music for everyone in the summer.

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    … You can surely think of many reasons to visit Spain on your holidays, but did the thought of music cross your mind? Our country is pleasing to all the senses, and also to the ear. If you visit in the summer, you can enjoy some of the most famous festivals in Europe. Castles, palaces and places of gr…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Summer music festivals to dance till you drop.

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    … Music and entertainment with sounds from the latest top international artists with a dedicated following among the young. All you need is to be ready to have lots of fun to get the most out of the summer in Spain. Its music festivals will do the rest: FIB, Sónar, BBK… Plenty of decibels with the top…

  • 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 best destinations for scuba-diving in Catalonia.

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    … (Catalonia) Are you a scuba-diving enthusiast or have you always wanted to try? We invite you to spend a holiday in Catalonia (in north-eastern Spain) and discover which are the key places in this area for indulging in this activity. Disc are the marvels of the Mediterranean in the three coastal reg…

  • Water parks, refreshing fun for the summer.

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    … Water, sun and fun. How would you like to enjoy this unbeatable combination with your family? Come to one of the many water parks in Spain and take the opportunity to share a wonderful day of fun with your children, packed with laughter, thrills and games. Spain in summer is the ideal place to enjoy…

  • 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 …

  • The Roman Theatre at Mérida, last refuge of the Muses.

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    … Mérida. Badajoz. (Extremadura) The Roman Theatre at Mérida is a splendid monument, Europe’s best conserved and the only one which, after being reconditioned, continues to be the setting for theatrical representations and recitals. Every year, people from all over the world are moved by immortal clas…


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