Spain is a country located in Southern Europe that borders France, Portugal and Andorra in the peninsular area and with Morocco in the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla.
It has two archipelagos, the Balearic, located in the Mediterranean Sea and the Canary, bathed by the Atlantic and located between the Tropic of Cancer and Ecuador, reporting a tropical climate to the area.
Due to its geographical location, it has a great climate in summer, with the average temperature between 24ºC and 28ºC oscillating, which makes sightseeing pleasant and comfortable during these dates.
Among its landscapes we find from desert to high mountains, passing through beaches of white sands and jungle areas makes you not bored within the Spanish geography. Let's see a little more...
Find party in any corner of Spain throughout the summer. You can find areas with an milieu on the coast such as Ibiza, Gandía, Conil, El Puerto de Santa María, or inland in any of its large cities. If you come, the party is assured.
From the Costa del Sol to the south, the Cantabrian in the north, the Mediterranean coast to the east and the Canary and Balearic archipelagos you will have a wide range of beaches to choose from. The beach of las Catedrales, Cádiz coves or La Concha beach, among many others all with the possibility of practicing water sports.
Enjoy the Mediterranean diet throughout the Spanish geography. This healthy diet shared by Italians and Spaniards as well as healthy is very tasty. Serrano ham, olive oil, omelette, paella, blue fish, seafood, tapas, pinxos ...
In addition to the fabulous beaches, Spain has several natural landscapes. Lush coniferous forests, high mountain, desert, jungle landscape, long and plentiful rivers, which will allow you to make excursions and the possibility of practicing sports such as rafting, climbing or bungee jumping.
Its geographical situation has made Spain throughout history has been a place of passage and settlement of different cultures, which resulted in a mix of customs and heritage as rich as it currently has. Sumerians, Tartessians, Celts, Iberians, Goths, Romans, Arabs and other peoples, were settled in the peninsula and left their mark on our land. The Alhambra of Granada, the Giralda and Cathedral of Seville, the Roman Theater of Mérida, the Aqueduct of Segovia or the Puerta de Arcalá of Madrid are part of this trail.
But not only we have past culture but we can also find great modern art museums such as the Guggenheim in Bilbao or the Reina Sofía in Madrid or avant-garde works of art such as the Sagrada Familia by Gaudí in Barcelona or El Peine del Viento by Chillida in Guipúzcua. You can also find great places of leisure such as amusement parks or aquariums, such as L'Oceanografic de Valencia.
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