Famed for the long sandy beaches and hidden rugged coves of the Costa Blanca, Alicante is also home to a rich, ancient history, friendly people and unspoiled rural villages.
One of Europe’s most unique regions, with a rich landscape, deep history and dozens of lesser known towns and villages; in Almeria you’ll discover a new side of Spain.
Discover world-class culture and food in cities and towns surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty.
Discover Old Spain in this little-known province, which is filled with gorgeous medieval architecture, stunning natural beauty and authentic Spanish charm.
Granada’s diverse landscape and climate means you can ski on the snowy mountain peaks of the Sierra Nevada in the morning and sunbathe on the Costa Tropical in the afternoon.
Discover gorgeous beaches and luxurious living along the Costa del Sol, and edgy urban arts and cutting-edge cuisine in Malaga city.
Murcia in Southeastern Spain is one of seven regions comprising a single province. Fine sandy beaches make up the Costa Colada and inland there’s both “badlands” (semi-desert natural region) and grasslands.
With inland mountains, famous beaches and some of the warmest winters in Europe, the region of Valencia covers the provinces of Castellón, Valencia and Alicante.
Right in the centre of Spain is the community of Madrid, home to the capital city but also mountains, rivers and numerous towns and villages rich in history and natural beauty.