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Andalucía

Andalucía is the most southerly of Spain´s seventeen autonomous regions. Its diverse history has left a rich cultural legacy, from the breathtaking Alhambra palace in Granada to the historical Roman port town of Cadiz. Its miles of golden coastline, glowing white villages, never-ending nature reserves and unbeatable, make Andalucía one of the most diverse regions in the country.+ Info

Asturias

With its thick green forests, spectacular national park and wild coastline, the region of Asturias in the far north of Spain remains relatively untouched by mass tourism, giving it an intimacy and magic that is hard to beat. Bordering Cantabria to the east and Galicia to the west, Asturias looks out onto the rugged Bay of Biscay, its coast dotted with endless sandy beaches, secret coves and charming villages.+ Info

Balearics

Separated from the Iberian mainland and floating in the glittering Mediterranean Sea, the islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera offer something for everyone. From fun-filled Ibiza, home to exclusive restaurants and an even more exclusive clientele, to the laid-back elegance of Menorca or family-friendly Mallorca, the Balearic Islands continue to charm visitors every year. Beyond the more popular coastal resorts lie the real Balearics, full of ancient ruins, tiny fishing villages, beautiful cathedrals, and hidden coves.+ Info

Costa Blanca

Spain´s beautiful Costa Blanca, or “white coast” offers visitors the quintessential Mediterranean experience. Stretching more than 200 kilometres across Spain´s eastern shore, the Costa Blanca´s diverse landscape, medieval towns and perfect climate make it popular with visitors at any time of year. Dating back more than 3000 years, the vibrant city of Alicante is the cultural and historical heart of the region.+ Info

Catalunya

The autonomous region of Cataluña offers some of the most spectacular coastline in the north of Spain. The Costa Brava is the region´s ruggedly beautiful “wild coast” that stretches for 160km between the French border and Barcelona. With endless miles of sandy beaches and intimate rocky coves, it is the perfect place to relax and unwind by the ocean. With a special beauty and charm that never fails to delight visitors, the Costa Brava has retained its unique and intimate character.+ Info