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The varying culture in Barcelona is one of the main attractions to overseas tourists. There are bars, restaurants and hotels which cater for all nationalities, so wherever you hail from you are likely to find someone that speaks your language. Madrid is the capital of Spain. It has a lively nightlife that carries on, it seems, through the night and leads straight into the next night

All of the islands in the Balearic are quite close together, but they are very different to look at. Each island has very distinct features as far as landscapes and scenery goes. The coast of Majorca is lined with sharp cliffs and small beaches, some of which are unreachable from land. Menorca, known as the jewel of the Balearic, has calm seas with fewer externally visible beaches. Probably the most famous of the Balearics is Ibiza. Majorca is the biggest and most popular tourist location in the Balearics.

The Canary Islands in Spain are a group of seven, relatively small, European islands. They are not far from the African coastline and are easily and quickly reachable from here. The island of Fuerteventura is favoured by those that like to relax, but still want the possibility of enjoying some reasonably busy nightlife attractions. Lanzarote is the most easterly of the Canary Islands, located just 79 miles off the coast of Africa. Tenerife is the largest and most popular of the Canary Islands.

Since the fortification of the city of Granada in the 14th century, it was attacked mercilessly by the Catholic Spaniards that desired the rule of the land.

Malaga's capital city is also called Malaga is a historical monument to all of the previous conquering nations. Valencia has a population of just over one million people. The capital Valencia is located facing the Balearic Islands, so is guaranteed a mild climate. : Hotels : Privacy Policy : About us : Team : Search : Advertise
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