Reaching from the spurs of the Pyrenees as far as the Galician Rias, the north of Spain is probably one of the most multifarious areas from the point of view of scenery and culture in the peninsula. The common features of Green Spain are a mild, humid climate with areas of remaining untouched natural beauty. The crafts, traditional cuisine, music and dance accompanying the local fairs deeply rooted in each of the historical regions of Green Spain.
It would be a big mistake to imagine Green Spain as a huge extension of pastures, here the visitor will discover rugged mountain scenery in the Picos de Europa and the rural scenery, relaxing silence, and abundance of attractions in Cantabria, Asturias and Galicia. The coast consisting of magnificent beaches -some very well known, others virgin- and it´s cliffs of wild, breathtaking beauty... Green Spain is a mosaic of natural purity and historic village, each with its own personality. Art is intertwined with nature in Green Spain for example, the famous world-renowned Guggenheim Museum. An important architectural structure designed by the North America Architect, Frank Gehry, inaugurated in October 1997. Inside demonstrates Contemporary Art of the 20th century; it is a Titanium Architectural masterpiece.