With long sunshine-filled days, beautiful scenery and tantalising local cuisine, it's no surprise that Spain holds a special place in the hearts of many travellers. The landscapes are as diverse as they are spectacular, there's a superb blend of old and new and the people are as warm as the weather. Furthermore, each of the country's 17 autonomous regions all have their own unique culture, cuisines and attractions, allowing visitors to experience a new side of Spain with every visit.
Home to more than 3,000 miles of coastline and dozens of islands, the country is undoubtedly one of Europe's best destinations to soak up some sunshine on a sandy beach. Be it a lively resort town, a quaint seaside village or a rugged wild beach, you're sure to get your daily dose of vitamin D on picture-perfect shores of Catalonia, Asturias and the Balearic Islands. Of course, the country has much more to offer than its enviable coastline. From the breathtaking historic architecture of Barcelona and the captivating cultural sights of Madrid to the beguiling white hilltop towns of Andalucia and the imposing castles of the country's north west, Spain is certainly more than just sand and sea. Throw in the wealth of museums and art galleries, postcard-worthy villages, palaces, festivals and of course, delectable dining experiences, and it's not surprising that escorted tours of Spain remain a firm favourite for travellers the world over.
With so much to see and do, the real challenge becomes deciding where to go. With this mind, we've put together a collection of Spain holiday guides to provide an in-depth look at travel in the country. Whether you've a penchant for beach lazing, exploring quaint towns or vibrant cities, or seeing some of the country by train, our Spain holiday guides are sure to provide ample inspiration for your next Iberian adventure.
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