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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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  • Gran Canaria (Island).

    …Gran Canaria. (Canary Islands) There are many reasons to choose Gran Canaria as your holiday destination, at any time of year. Its privileged climate and beaches are just a few of them. On this island you will also find …

  • Guadalajara (Province).

    …Guadalajara. (Castile-La Mancha)    . It is located in central Spain, in the northeast of the Castile-La Mancha region. The best way to discover the area's rural landscapes is to visit its famous Black Architecture villa…

  • Gipuzkoa (Province).

    …Guipúzcoa - Gipuzkoa. (Basque Country)    . It is located in the Basque Country, in northern Spain. All along the length of its coastline, part of what is known as the Basque Coast, there are spectacular beaches on the s…

  • El Hierro (Island).

    …Hierro. (Canary Islands) http://www.elhierro.travel. El Hierro is one of the Canary Islands. It measures less than 50 kilometres from one end to the other and is a haven of peace in the Atlantic Ocean. The island has the…

  • Huelva (Province).

    …Huelva. (Andalusia)    . It is located in the western part of the region of Andalusia, in southern Spain. The Costa de la Luz ("Coast of Light"), on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, offers its visitors endless beaches, …

  • Huesca (Province).

    …Huesca. (Aragon)  . It is in the region of Aragon in northeast Spain. One of its main attractions is its mountainous Pyrenean area, which is the ideal place for skiing in winter, and home to several major resorts such as…

  • Ibiza (Island).

    …Ibiza. (Balearic Islands) In Ibiza, one of the Balearic Islands, nature, culture and fun galore await you by day and by night. Its beaches and coves compete in beauty with the landscapes of its inland areas. Come and dis…

  • Jaén (Province).

    …Jaén. (Andalusia)    . It is located in the northeast of the region of Andalusia in southern Spain. This is the home "par excellence" of olive oil, and there are olive groves covering as much as two thirds of the cultiva…

  • Lanzarote (Island).

    …Lanzarote. (Canary Islands) It is said that Lanzarote is the most volcanic-looking of the Canary Islands. Its "lunar" landscape, covered in craters, canyons and valleys of solidified lava, is one of its main attractions,…

  • La Palma (Island).

    …La Palma. (Canary Islands)  . Volcanic sands, bays surrounded by cliffs and exceptional natural landscapes. This is the island of La Palma, an idyllic spot with numerous ecological treasures. It was shortlisted for the E…

  • La Rioja (Province).

    …Oficina de Turismo de La Rioja. Escuelas Trevijano. Calle Portales, 50. 26071. La Rioja. Fax.: +34 941291640 | E-mail: info@lariojaturismo.com. www.lariojaturismo.com. Of course, everyone knows the wines from La Rioja. T…

  • León (Province).

    …León. (Castile-Leon) This is the most extensive province in the whole of the Castile-Leon region, and is located in the interior of the northern part of Spain. Its natural heritage includes the Picos de Europa National P…

  • Lleida (Province).

    …Lleida. (Catalonia) It is located in northeast Spain in the interior of the region of Catalonia. The province has some extremely valuable Catalan Romanesque churches in the Vall de Boi, awarded the World Heritage designa…

  • Lugo (Province).

    …Lugo. (Galicia) Located in northern Spain, in the north of the region of Galicia. Its capital is the city of Lugo, whose Roman wall has been awarded the World Heritage designation by the UNESCO. The province is home to s…

  • Madrid (Province).

    …Dirección General de Turismo de Madrid. Calle Gran Vía, 43. 28013. Madrid. E-mail: turismo@madrid.org. www.turismomadrid.es. Madrid is synonymous with culture and street life. The capital city is home to some of the most…

  • Majorca (Island).

    …Majorca. (Balearic Islands) Majorca is synonymous with world-renowned beaches and coves, but is also a perfect destination to enjoy countryside, golf, culture, water sports, entertainment... There are many reasons to vis…

  • Malaga (Province).

    …Malaga. (Andalusia) It is located in Andalusia in southern Spain. Its capital is the city of Malaga, the birthplace of the painter Pablo Picasso, and it is home to monuments such as the Alcazaba Arab citadel. It is also …

  • Melilla (Province).

    …Patronato de Turismo de Melilla. Calle Fortuny, 21. 52004. Melilla. Fax.: +34 952976185 | E-mail: info@melillaturismo.com. http://www.melillaturismo.com. An open destination which serves as a link between two continents …

  • Minorca (Island).

    …Minorca. (Balearic Islands) Minorca , in the Balearic Islands, is a peaceful, unique natural oasis, packed with contrasts to discover. It is a real paradise, washed by the Mediterranean Sea, that will seduce you with its…

  • Murcia (Province).

    …Instituto de Turismo de la Región de Murcia. Avda. Juana Jugán, 2. 30006. Murcia. Tel.: +34 968277702 | +34 968357705 | E-mail: comunicacion@murciaturistica.es. http://www.murciaturistica.es. This region boast over 3,000…

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