Spanish Towns and Regions
Catalonia Tours - Capital city - Barcelona - Catalonia has played host to a number of conquering nations including Carthage and Rome. The second largest city in Spain, Barcelona is a focal point for the arts and culture.
Madrid Tours - Madrid is the capital of Spain and it is also the name of the region where it resides. Long known for being low-key and a bit stuffy by Spanish standards, it has had a rebirth in recent years and now commands respect among the hip crowd.
Alicante Airport Transfers - Located in Costa Blanca, Alicante is one of Spain's most treasured tourism spots. Because of its mild climate, Alicante is a year-round holiday spot.
Barcelona Tours - Although Barcelona is Spain's second largest city, it is more Mediterranean than Spanish. For art, culture, cuisine and a general good time, Barcelona ranks second to none in world-class cities.
Bilbao Tours - Balbao is the main city in the Basque region of Spain. It is well known for being an art centre and boasts the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, a delightful of ill-defined shapes and curves designed by Frank Gehry.
Benidorm Tours - With beaches stretching for miles and miles, Benidorm is one of Spain's most important holiday destinations. Benidorm has everything needed for an enjoyable family vacation, from a summer song festival to three theme parks.
Cordoba Tours (Cordova) - Once the capital of the second Islamic caliphate, The summers can be quite hot but the winters are mild. A visit to Cordoba offers a peek into Spain's past, where tolerance of philosophical difference made the city one of the greatest in the world.
Fuerteventura Tours - The second largest Canary Island, Fuerteventura is a favourite holiday spot for families.
Granada Tours - Granada is filled with historical buildings and ancient spas.
Ibiza - Ibiza is one of the Balearic Islands and is located off the coast of Valencia. The capital city, also called Ibiza, is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe.
Lanzarote Tours - Located in the Canary Islands, Lanzarote is one of the most popular destinations in Europe. The island has been continuously inhabited for over 3,000 years. White beaches and brilliant weather year round help guarantee a perfect holiday in Lanzarote.
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Tours (Las Palmas) - This is the largest city in the Canary Islands. Las Palmas has a subtropical climate with dry summers. The city is filled with art museums, cultural exhibits and legendary nightlife.
Logrono - Famous for its Rioja wine, Logrono is a city in northern Spain. It is also known for its restaurants and tapas bars. In the Plaza del Mercado you will normally find a festival going on in the evening.
Lloret de Mar - Lloret de Mar is located in Costa Brava, approximately 70 km from Barcelona. It has a number of important archeological sites as well as popular beaches.
Madrid Tours - Madrid is the capital of Spain. Located in the centre of the country, Madrid is also the financial centre of the Iberian Peninsula. The city is flush with monuments, museums and excellent restaurants so, if you are touring Spain, you might wish to spend a few days here.
Malaga Tours - Situated at the bottom of Spain in Andalucia, Malaga is a harbour town with plenty of music, wine and merriment. Malaga is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and is close to Casta del Sol.
Majorca Tours - Largest of the Balearic Islands, Majorca has been inhabited for approximately 7,000 years. Although the winters are mild and the summers are hot, the island still commands its share of the tourist trade.
Menorca Tours - Menorca is the smaller of the major Balleric Islands off the coast of Spain.
Pamploma - Although it is known worldwide for the Running of the Bulls, Pamploma has much more to offer than the San Fermin Festival. It is an archeological treasure trove and boast numerous parks.
Palma de Mallorca (Palma) - This is the major city and port on Majorca. Officially named simply, "Palma," the more verbose name distinguishes it from Las Plamas, the largest city in the Canary Islands. With more than 20 million visitors passing through Palma a year, this ancient port has become one of the top travel spots in the world.
Puerto de la Cruz - This is a city on the north coast of Tenerife island in the Canary Islands. Puerto de la Cruz celebrates a number of festivals each year including El Carnaval. This festival has become knows as La Fiesta del Agua (festival of the water) because you are likely to get wet if you attend.
Salamanca - Salamanca, an ancient Celtic town, is also a Renaissance city with striking architecture. Its sandstones buildings have a beautiful lustre giving the city the nickname, La Ciudad Dorado.
San Sebastian Tours - This northern Spanish city is part of Basque Country and is on the southern coast of the Bay of Biscay. It is home to the Spanish international film festival and the oldest jazz festival in Europe.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Santa Cruz is another beautiful city in the Canary Islands . The city has a number of cultural attractions including numerous pieces of public art. It also hold half a dozen festivals each year.
Santiago de Compostela Tours - The capital of Galicia , Spain's most northwest region, Santiago de Compostela was named a European City of Culture in 2000. It is also a pilgrimage city for those who wish to honour St. James.
Seville Tours - Ah, the famed Seville oranges. The city, itself, is certainly more sweet with its mild weather, museums, monuments and many lovely gardens. Although Seville oranges can be seen throughout the city, the fruit is normally made into marmalade. Not to worry, there are plenty of other delicacies to titillate the palate in Old Seville.
Toledo Tours - One of the most open-minded cities in medieval Europe, Toledo was a gathering place for those seeking freedom of religion.
Valencia Tours - Sporting the largest port on the Mediterranean's western coast, Valencia is a major import/export centre of Spain. Valencia is known for its museums and an annual tomato fight.
Valladolid - Located in the centre of Castile and Leon , Valladolid is the capital of the region. The area surrounding the city produces some of the best wine in Spain and local delicacies include fish and lamb dishes.
Vitoria-Gasteiz (Vitoria) - Vitoria is the capital of the Basque Country . It is rich in cathedrals, museums and convents, and is one of the few well-planned cities in Europe. Parks and gardens can be found throughout Vitoria.