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  • French Route through Aragon stage 02: Jaca - Puente la Reina de Jaca.


    Route: The Way of Saint James. (French Route). Name: Jaca - Puente la reina de Jaca. Places on the route: Jaca, Santa Cruz de la Serós, San Juán de la Peña, Santa Cilia de Jaca, Puente la reina de Jaca.

  • French Route through Aragon stage 03: Puente la Reina de Jaca - Ruesta.


    Route: The Way of Saint James. (French Route). Name: Puente la Reina de Jaca - Ruesta. Places on the route: Puente la Reina de Jaca, Arrés, Martes, Mianos, Artieda, Ruesta.

  • French Route through Aragon stage 06: Monreal - Puente la Reina.


    Route: The Way of Saint James. (French Route). Name: Monreal - Puente la Reina. Places on the route: Monreal, Tiebas, Enériz, Sta. Mª de Eunate, Obanos, Puente la Reina.

  • French Route through Aragon stage 01: Puerto de Somport - Jaca.


    Route: The Way of Saint James. (French Route). Name: Puerto de Somport - Jaca. Places on the route: Puerto de Somport , Canfranc-Estación, Canfranc, Villanúa, Castiello de Jaca, Jaca.

  • French Route through Aragon stage 04: Ruesta - Sangüesa (Navarre).


    Route: The Way of Saint James. (French Route). Name: Ruesta - Sangüesa (Navarra). Places on the route: Ruesta, Undués de lerda, Sangüesa.

  • French Route through Aragon stage 05: Sangüesa - Monreal.


    Route: The Way of Saint James. (French Route). Name: Sangüesa - Monreal. Places on the route: Sangüesa, Rocaforte, Izco, Salinas de Ibargoiti, Monreal - Monreal.

  • Ávila city walls. Ávila.

    Art | Monuments


    … 05001. Ávila. (Castile-Leon) http://muralladeavila.com/es/.   The walled enclosure dates back to the Middle Ages. The wall controlled the entrance of provisions and merchandise, and also isolated the city, guarding it against the potential outbreak of a plague or epidemic, in addition to its obvious…

  • Isla Plana. Cartagena.

    Coasts and beaches | Beaches


    Isla Plana. Cartagena. Murcia. It is a beach in the shape of a small bay, located in an area of chalets near the beach. At one end there is a small island. There are showers along the beach. Toilets,Footwash,Litter bin,Cleaning service,Telephone,Children's play area.…

  • Calblanque. Cartagena.

    Coasts and beaches | Beaches


    Calblanque. Cartagena. Murcia. It lies in the ideal location of Calblanque Nature Park. The vegetation stretches down to the water's edge. There is a series of similar, smaller beaches nearby. Litter bin,Cleaning service.…

  • El Portús. Cartagena.

    Coasts and beaches | Beaches


    … Portus, El. Cartagena. Murcia. It also has a scuba-scuba-diving centre. A quiet beach that boasts a variety of services. Toilets,Footwash,Litter bin,Cleaning service,Telephone.…

  • Ávila Cathedral. Ávila.

    Art | Monuments


    … Plaza de la Catedral s/n. 05001. Ávila. (Castile-Leon) www.avilaturismo.com. The oldest Spanish Gothic cathedral. Construction was originally begun in the Romanesque style, but the project was subsequently taken over by the master architect Fruchel, who built one of the first Gothic cathedrals in Sp…

  • Olive oil from Baena.

    Gastronomy | Products


    … (Andalusia) The olive producing county of Baena, in Córdoba, is outstanding for the high quality of its oils. The Designation of Origin covers high-quality virgin oils with acidity below 1%. This is extra virgin olive oil, obtained from olives of the Picudo or Carrasqueño de Córdoba varieties as the…

  • Rice from the Region of Valencia.

    Gastronomy | Products


    … (Valencia) www.arrozdevalencia.org. Rice from Valencia is very famous and traditional in our country. It is undoubtedly the most highly valued by consumers and it is also an ingredient in a long list of typical Mediterranean recipes. Paella is one of the most well known dishes world-wide. A cereal o…

  • Piquillo Peppers from Lodosa.

    Gastronomy | Products


    … (Navarre) Piquillo Peppers from Lodosa are small, between 8 and 10 cm long, flat, triangular and end in a point. It is a unique, native plant species, whose quality and peculiar taste make it one of the most valued produce from the farms of Navarre. Their colour is an intense red. They are fleshy, c…

  • Bananas from the Canary Islands.

    Gastronomy | Products


    … (Canary Islands) Introduced from Asia, the Canary Island Banana became acclimated to the islands in this archipelago during the 15th and 16th centuries. It comes from the large plantain tree, which produces bunches of fruit weighing between 15 and 50 kg. The fruit, once ripe, is long, slightly curve…

  • Manchego Cheese.

    Gastronomy | Products


    … (Castile-La Mancha) Manchego is, without a doubt, the most famous cheese in Spain. It has been consumed since time immemorial throughout the region of La Mancha. This has made it possible today for an important cheese industry to develop, which maintains handcrafted production of the cheese. Mancheg…

  • Convent of Santa Teresa. Ávila.

    Art | Monuments


    … Plaza de la Santa 2. 05001. Ávila. (Castile-Leon) www.avilaturismo.com. Built over the birthplace of Saint Teresa of Avila. The convent, inaugurated in 1636, was built on the site of the birthplace of Saint Teresa of Avila and designed by the architect Fray Alonso de San José.  Highlights include th…

  • Granada.

    Tourist destinations


    Granada. (Andalusia) At the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, between the rivers Darro and Genil, lies one of the most interesting cities in Eastern Andalusia. As well as its impressive Al-Andalus heritage, there are Renaissance architectural gems and the most modern facilities, fit for the 21st …

  • Valencia.

    Tourist destinations


    Valencia. http://www.turisvalencia.es/. There are few cities like Valencia, able to harmoniously combine the remnants of its farthest past, dating to the year 138 BC, with the most innovative and avant-garde buildings from the new millennium. Valencia is trade and culture, cinema, theatre, museums, …

  • Zaragoza.

    Tourist destinations


    Zaragoza. (Aragon) Come to Zaragoza, one of Spain's major cities. The capital of the Region of Aragon is located on the banks of the Ebro River, halfway between Madrid and Barcelona. There are many reasons to come to this open, friendly city. Take note:. It is in Aragón, in the northern part of inla…

  • Malaga. Málaga.

    Tourist destinations


    … Barcelona. Málaga. Malaga. (Andalusia) http://www.malagaturismo.com/. The Gibralfaro castle casts a watchful eye over this warm-hearted and lively city full of attractive sites such as the Alameda Principal avenue and the La Farola seafront promenade. Its status as the capital of the Costa del Sol h…

  • Madrid.

    Tourist destinations


    Madrid. http://www.esmadrid.com/. Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a cosmopolitan city that combines the most modern infrastructures and the status as an economic, financial, administrative and service centre, with a large cultural and artistic heritage, a legacy of centuries of exciting history. Ma…

  • Barcelona.

    Tourist destinations


    Barcelona. (Catalonia) http://www.barcelonaturisme.com/. Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is a Mediterranean and cosmopolitan city with Roman remains, medieval quarters and the most beautiful examples of 20th century Modernism and avant-garde. It is no surprise that emblematic constructions by t…

  • Palma.

    Tourist destinations


    Palma. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) http://palmavirtual.palmademallorca.es. The capital of the island of Majorca is located in the bay of the same name and enjoys an excellent climate all year round (with an average annual temperature of 17.9° C). Known for its sun and beach tourism, it also has an a…