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ABOUT SPAIN

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SPAIN

 

The Kingdom of Spain is a country of contrasts and rich culture. When you travel across this land from North to South, or East to West the landscape and even languages change. There are 4 different languages which are Castilian Spanish (Spoken all over Spain), Catalan (Spoken in Catalonia, Valencia and on the Balearic Islands), Galician (Spoken in Galicia) and Basque (Spoke in the Basque Country). Not forgetting to mention the varied gastronomy and wines of each region.

There are a total of 17 different autonomous regions in Spain (Andalusia, Aragon, Asturias, Balearic Islands, Basque Country, Canary Islands, Cantabria, Castilla-La Mancha, Castilla y Leon, Catalonia, Extremadura, Galicia, Madrid, Murcia, Navarra, La Rioja and Valencia.) each of which are really like their own little country.

Travelling thru north you will see Green Spain,  lush in nature and a great place for outdoor activities. Important routes travel across the north like the Camino de Santiago (Pilgrimage Way of St. James) an excellent way to get to know the regions since it starts just over the border in France and ends all the way west in Santiago de Compostela. Food and wine is abundant in the North-western corner of Spain. Tasting the seafood and Albariño wines is a must when in Galicia.

Southern Spain offers a bit more sun and historic landmark cities like; Seville, Cordoba, Granada, etc… Here you will see the Moorish influence and typical image of Spain with the Flamenco dancing, bullfights, etc…

The Balearic and Canary Islands are exotic paradises’ to enjoy the sea and island way of life.

Discover Spain for yourself, there is so much to see and do that you will have to come back many times to see it all!

Capital: Madrid
Population: 46,468,102

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TOP TEN DESTINATIONS

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Andalusia
 

ANDALUSIA

 
Andalucía (Andalusia) is full of amazing moorish monuments a reminder of the seven centuries of Berber/Arab rule until the Reconquest in 1492 when the Catholic Castillian nobles took over and Sevilla became an important trading point with the spanish colonies. The moorish influence is most readily seen in Córdoba, Sevilla and Granada.
 
 
 
Balearic Islands
 

BALEARIC ISLANDS

 
The Balearic Islands comprises of Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca and Menorca, an archipelago to the east of the Spanish mainland. All are unlike Spain or each other. Ibiza is one of Europe’s most lively resorts famous for its clubs for all sexes,nightlife and trendy lifestyle...
 
 
 
Catalonia
 

CATALONIA

 
The Catalonia region, is known for the lively beach resorts of Costa Brava as well as the Pyrenees Mountains. Barcelona, the regional capital, has a historic Gothic Quarter. Antoni Gaudí´s distinctive modern architecture...
 
 
 
Basque Country
 

BASQUE COUNTRY

 
The Basque Country is historically unique; its traditions, customs, culture and its language, Euskera, unrelated to any Indo-European language. A friendly land of hardy and independent but hospitable people. The region is composed of three provinces together with Navarra and part of southwestern France. The capital of the Bizkaia province is Bilbao (Bilbo), a great seaport and an industrial and financial center. Since 1997 it is the home of the spectacular Guggenheim Bilbao Museum, "the building of the century."
 
 
 
A Coruña
 

A CORUñA

 
A Coruña is known as the white city thanks to its glazed, white coloured balconies facing the Port (Dársena de la Marina/Puerta Real) which give protection from the wind and rain. It’s the main financial and business centre in Galicia...
 
 
 
Barcelona
 

BARCELONA

 
Barcelona with its fantastic location facing the inviting Mediterranean Sea and centuries of careful control and planning is one of the world’s great cities. Marvel at it’s incredible Gothic and Art Noveau architecture of Antoni Gaudí...
 
 
 
Bilbao
 

BILBAO

 
Bilbao, capital of Biscay and one of Spain´s leading cities, was founded in 1300 by D. Diego López de Haro, Lord of Biscay. Its original location was on the banks of the river Nervión, in what now is the Casco Viejo (the Old Quarter). Bilbao is world famous thanks to the Guggenheim Museum. One of the most famous art galleries in the world which has put the city of Bilbao on the map forever !.
 
 
 
Cordoba
 

CORDOBA

 
Córdoba was the largest city of Roman Spain and due to its strategic importance as the highest navigable point of the River Guadalquivir, it became a port city of great importance, used for shipping Spanish olive oil, wine and wheat back to Ancient Rome. The Romans built the bridge crossing the river, now called "El Puente Romano".
 
 
 
Granada
 

GRANADA

 
The Moorish city of Granada is famous for the Alhambra, a palace-fortress and one of the wonders of the world. It’s a series of palaces and gardens built on Alhambra hill under the Nazari Dynasty in the 14th century. This mighty complex of buildings – including the summer palace called Generalife, with its fountains and gardens - stands at the foot of Spain’s highest mountain range, the Sierra Nevada, and overlooks the city below and the fertile plain of Granada.
 
 
 
Madrid
 

MADRID

 
Madrid is the capital of Spain, located in the heart of the península and right in the center of the Castillian plain 646 meters above sea level, with a population of over three million. A cosmopolitan city, a business center, headquarters for the Public Administration, Government, Spanish Parliament and the home of the Spanish Royal Family, Madrid also plays a major role in both the banking and industrial sectors. Madrid is characterized by intense cultural and artistic activity and a very lively nightlife. Although now a world city it has managed to maintain its own stylish and quirky identity.
 
 
 
Malaga
 

MALAGA

 
Málaga overlooking the Mediterranean sea in the Costa del Sol is the second largest city in Andalucia and is a genuine and typical Andaluz city with a gritty individualism relatively untouched by tourism and the passage of time. The Moors occupied the city until the mid fifteenth century, after which it grew to become one of the foremost merchant centres in the entire Iberian Peninsula. This illustrious past has left its imprint on the historic centre, particularly around La Alcazaba, a fortress which dates back to 1065 and is now a fascinating archaeological museum.
 
 
 
Ourense
 

OURENSE

 
Ourense is located in a basin in the interior of Galicia surrounded by mountains in stark contrast to its coastal areas. It’s a great place to drive to discover as the journey to get there is a memorable experience in itself. Although like many Spanish cities its outskirts are modern, its medieval core surrounded by the River Miño...
 
 
 
Palma de Mallorca
 

PALMA DE MALLORCA

 
Palma de Mallorca is the capital of the Balearic Islands and Mallorca’s main city. It’s a thriving,historic city with large mansions and fantastic Gothic Cathedral which towers above the Old Town and remains of the medieval walls especially when viewed from the sea and harbour. Within the walls lies much of the Island’s and city’s history...
 
 
 
San Sebastian
 

SAN SEBASTIAN

 
San Sebastián is a beautiful, upmarket seaside town located 20 km from the lrún Hendaya border. A fashionable, clean and modern city of about 186,000 inhabitants. It lies in the shelter of Monte lgueldo, Urgull and Ulía, and the river Urumea flows through the middle of it. As well as the cosmopolitanism of the modern town with its large avenues and elegant tree-lined boulevards there is the picturesque old quarter and its delightful fishing port where excellent typical restaurants compete for business and where we find its two oldest churches - the Gothic Church of San Vicente and the Baroque Church of Santa María, as well as the 16th Convent of San Telmo, converted into a museum and worthy of a visit to see its cloister and the paintings by the great Josep Sert which decorated it.
 
 
 
 

TOP TOURS

Here are the top 10 recommended tours selected by our specialist in all the destination we offer tours to. After many years of exploring and experiencing the "Best of the Best" we could like to share our knowledge with you to make your next trip an unforgettable journey!

 
 
 
  Full Day...
  150,00 euros
 

Galician Coastal Cooking Class and Boat Ride on...

 

Our foodie tour leaves from Vigo, boat ride on the bay of vigo then savor the secrets of sea by preparing seafood dishes with a Galician Chef in a coastal village...

 

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14 Days / 13...  
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Northern Green Spain Slow Food, Wine & Camino...

 

Join our co-founder on a special small group gastronomic journey across Northern Spain. You could call it an active gourmet food tour walking thru some amazing landscapes... mountain trails, coastal paths, wine country roads, etc... We have added in a mix of experiences that will keep your taste buds excited...

 

  

 
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  7 Days / 6...
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Southern Galicia Coastal & Wine Country Walking...

 

On this trip, you will see the contrasts of the blue Atlantic coast and green river valleys of Galicia´s wine country. Walking coastal trails, vineyard and riverside paths, even crossing a bridge into Northern Portugal´s Vinho Verde wine region. The gastronomy changes quite drastically from the coast to inland Galicia.

 

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4 Days / 3...  
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Vigo: Rias Baixas Atlantic Coastal City Foodie...

 

Our small group food, wine and walking journey starts in the urban coastal city of Vigo, Europe´s largest fishing port and second in the world behind Tokyo. The first few days we explore the Rias Baixas, taking a boat ride to a fishing village for a walk around the market to learn about the different varieties of fish and seafood caught locally in the bay. Then a hands-on Galician Coastal Cooking class with a chef...

 

  

 
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  4 Days / 3...
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Short Break Wine Country & River Trails of...

 

On this trip, you will explore the green river valleys of Galicia´s wine country. Walking vineyard and riverside paths, even crossing a bridge into Northern Portugal Vinho Verde wine region. The landscape is not the only contrast, the gastronomy changes quite drastically from the coast to inland Galicia.

 

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3 Days / 2...  
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San Sebastian Basque Country Food & Cooking Short...

 

San Sebastian is well-known for its gastronomy and beautiful beaches. On this break enjoy a pintxos tour, market visit, cooking class and time to relax in this luxurious coastal city...

 

  

 
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  1/2 Day...
  38,00 euros
 

Santander Costal City Walking Tour

 

Half Day tour with a private guide to walk the streets of this costal city

 

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Half Day...  
100,00 euros  
 

Santiago de Compostela Food, Tapas & Wine Tour...

 

A gastronomic food tour in the Old Town of Santiago de Compostela. An excellent option for those who would like a lunch tasting various Galician fine wines paired with delicious, freshly made tapas.

 

  

 
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  Half Day...
  55,00 euros
 

Historic Salamanca Walking Tour

 

Half day tour of the old quarter of Salamanca with an expert Private English-Speaking Local Guide. Salamanca is in the central area of Spain, 212 kilometres from the capital, Madrid...

 

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4 Days / 3...  
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A Gastronomic Long Weekend Break in Seville,...

 

A Food and Wine Short Break Tour in Seville staying in one of the most charming hotels, Day Excursions to taste sherry wines, Spanish Ham, Olive Oil...

 

  

 
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TOP HOTELS

Here are the top 10 recommended hotels selected by our specialist in all the destination we offer hotels to. After many years of exploring and experiencing the "Best of the Best" we could like to share our knowledge with you to make your next trip an unforgettable journey!

 
 
 
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Parador de Baiona

 

Within the walled enclosure of Monte Real protected by the sea and flanked by a pine wood, this Parador rises up in a priviledge location. Regal drawing rooms with decorative features from other ages form a distinguished interior in which the spectacular stone staircase of the entrance hall stands out.

 

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Hotel Torre do rio

 

Set in a landscape of great natural beauty, Torre do Rio is surrounded by the river Umia, this traditional rural hotel boasts lots of charm.

 

  

 
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Gran Hotel Nagari Boutique & Spa

 

Inspiring, Avant-garde, Sophisticated. Grand Boutique and Spa Nagari Hotel 5* has been designed combining style and comfort with all the services that every five star hotel requires. Opened in 2010, Gran Nagari Hotel devotes much of its facilities to use and enjoy the Spa and other amenities designed to the welfare and revitalization of all guests.

 

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4 star  
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Hotel Eurostars Monumento Monasterio de San Clodio

 

A Beautiful Cistercian monastery in the heart of the Ribeiro Wine Country. A great base for touring around the wineries of the region, even visiting neighbouring regions. In a rural setting where time stays still set amongst the vines. Within reach from the cities of Vigo, Santiago only about one hour drive way and Porto around two hours.

 

  

 
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  4 star
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Hotel Monumento San Francisco

 

One of the best spots to stay in Santiago just a short walk to the Cathedral and easily accessible. The hotel is housed in the Convent of San Francisco, which dates back to the year 1214, and located in Santiago de Compostela’s historic city centre, only 150 metres from the Cathedral.

 

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Hotel Spa A Quinta Da Auga Relais & Chateaux

 

A Quinta da Auga is a boutique hotel, with a Spa and restaurant to discover the luxury and the gastronomy of Santiago de Compostela, Galicia. The only Relais & Châteaux Spa-Hotel in Galicia. A charming hotel option when staying in Santiago.

 

  

 
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Casa Grande La Almuiña

 

This wine country manor house is located in the Tea Valley a sub-zone of the wine region D.O. Rias Baixas. This charming B&B is a fully renovated Noble Galician Pazo “Manor” overlooking the vineyards with the Miño River and Portugal on the other side as your backdrop.

 

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