Spain is a country in southwestern Europe that is officially called the Kingdom of Spain. Although there are various places of Spanish territory around the world, the main territory of Spain is located on the Iberian Peninsula. The primary language in Spain is Spanish and its main ethnic group is Spaniards at nearly 90 percent. Spain’s largest city and official capital is Madrid. Other large and well-known cities include Barcelona, Seville and Valencia.
Spain primarily enjoys a Mediterranean climate with warm and dry summers. Coastal areas in the north have a humid oceanic climate and the southeastern part of the Iberian Peninsula has an arid climate. Spain is a major tourism hub with the second-largest tourist industry in the world. Visitors often flock to its beautiful coastlines and vibrant culture spots within the large cities such as the Sagrada Família in Barcelona.
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Here you will find our tips for a great time in Spain
Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and after Madrid the second largest city in Spain. The city is located next the Mediterranean Sea. Barcelona can not be discovered on a weekend. There is so much to see, that you should book the next stay on the spot. A vibrant and lively city that captivated us.…
Fuerteventura is one of the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. It is located about 120 kilometers west of the coast of Morocco. Fuerteventura is the second largest island in the Canaries after Tenerife. The capital is Puerto del Rosario. This island has beautiful beaches that you would not want to leave on vacation.
Lanzarote is the northeastern of the seven great Canary Islands that lie in the Atlantic Ocean. Lanzarote is located about 140 kilometers west of the Moroccan coast and about one thousand kilometers from the Spanish mainland. The capital of Lanzarote is Arrecife. Lanzarote is beautiful and diverse, especially the volcanic landscape is wonderful.
Majorca is an island that belongs to Spain and is located in the western Mediterranean. Majorca is the largest island of the Balearic Islands. In addition, Majorca is also the largest island in Spain and the seventh largest Mediterranean island. If you go here on holiday, take time for an extensive island visit exchange. It…