Spain is the second most visited country in Europe after France, and most visit the coastal areas. Sure, this country has some magnificent coastline, but in high season it can be painfully crowded. Away from the crowds, the interior of Spain is truly spectacular, though best visited in the spring or autumn to avoid the searing heat.
Tenerife is full of surprises. Take our video tour of the island and discover its wealth of cultural and natural attractions. With its wonderful warm climate and wide choice of luxury and boutique hotels, the island offers affordable luxury all year round.
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How to see Barcelona’s art, food, cultural and party highlights in only three days.
In just seven nights in the Spanish Med. you can visit Barcelona and see the Gaudis, have a night in Ibiza, soak up sun in Malaga, drop in on Gibraltar's rock and monkeys and relax on some of Spain's nicest beaches near Palma.
Clear water, sheltered bays and plenty of marine life make Lanzarote a great choice for training. Experienced divers can find greater depths relatively close to shore and there are wrecks ranging from shallow to technical diving depths. It's warm too!
Even though La Gomera is the second smallest of Spain's Canary Islands, it's said that you could walk its trails for two weeks without tracing your steps.
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