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Secluded sandy beaches and fishing villages, gloriously green countryside and the spectacular Picos de Europa mountains - all here in our Asturias guide!
A full day's drive from Santander, this is the real, sun-baked southern Spain, featuring historic cities, whitewashed villages and miles of popular beaches - plus some hidden gems too.
Aragon is made up of three different provinces (Huesca, Zaragoza & Teruel) and is a kingdom of great interests, marked by magnificent countryside and is rich in folklore.
Along its 130 miles of gorgeous Atlantic coastline there is a panorama of beautiful beaches and picturesque coves many of which are blissfully free of development. Add rugged green headlands for invigorating walks, sweeping estuaries…
The backdrop for the travels of Spain's most famous literary hero, Don Quixote, La Mancha is an exposed plateau covered in vineyards, oliveyards, sunflowers and windmills that has a harsh dry climate in the summer.
With wonderful castles, monuments and old cities, along with glorious summer weather, Castilla y León is an inviting retreat.
The beautiful region of Catalunya has a little bit of everything - pretty sun-bathed fishing ports alongside large seaside resorts like the city of Barcelona with great beaches and a more rocky and picturesque coast on the Costa Brava…
The land of a thousand rivers that flow into the sea along a huge and spectacular coastline, Galicia has a stunning 750 beaches and a wealth of delicious seafood, whilst inland is a dynamic landscape of dramatic canyons and steep hills…
Spain's most famous wine region, La Rioja is crossed by miles upon miles of vineyards belonging to over 500 wineries that produce here - but there is also much history and natural beauty in La Rioja, as well as fine food to accompany the…
Set in the very centre of the country, Spain's magical capital city has a huge number of attractions to offer its visitors, from a wealth of fine shops, restaurants and entertainment, to many historic buildings and fascinating museums.
A region of diverse landscapes, Navarra stretches from the majestic beauty of the Pyrenees with its watefalls and lakes, to the deserts of Bardenas, through to the green pastures of the wine growing region of La Ribeira in the south, all…
The most lush and fertile part of Spain, Pais Valencia is more than just the tourist spots of Alicante and the Balearic Islands situated just of its coast - here you'll find secluded beaches and pretty hill-top villages but also the hustle…
Pais Vasco, or the Basque Country, has a unique identity thanks to the strong Basque culture, often seen in its passion for food, especially tapas, and wine; and amongst its rural and coastal beauty are cities such as the vibrant and…