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Fuerteventura - The stone steps to the beach © pkazmierczak / Fotolia

Fuerteventura

Endless beaches and great climate all year round

Fuerteventura belongs to the Canary Islands and is located in the Atlantic Ocean just before Africa. The Canary Islands are only four hours by plane from Europe, so that holidaymakers can enjoy a short journey. The island is known for its endless sandy beaches and water sports such as wind and kite surfing. In addition, the climate is pleasant all year round, with temperatures ranging from 21 to 29 degrees Celsius depending on the month...

Formentera - View from the beach to the sea © stbaus7 / Fotolia

Formentera

The second smallest island of the Balearic Islands

The Spanish island of Formentera lies 9 kilometres south of Ibiza. From here the second smallest island of the Balearic Islands can be reached in a half hour ferry crossing. It is possible that the longer journey has meant that the 82 square kilometre island has been largely spared by mass tourism. It is only since the 1980s that Formentera has become a permanent fixture in the package tour market. Before that it was long considered an insider tip for dropouts...

Madrid - Sabatini Gardens © Jenifoto / Fotolia

Madrid

Travel to the Spanish capital

With "Adolfo Suárez" Madrid has the largest international airport in Spain, which is also the most important arrival point for tourists from all over the world. The airport is an important hub for aviation in Europe and is served by many international airlines as well as budget airlines. There are many public transport connections from the airport to the city centre. There are also numerous national and international car rental companies at the airport...

Valencia - Saint Mary's Square © twindesigner / Fotolia

Valencia

The third largest city in Spain

In Spain's third largest city, history and modernity meet like only few places in the world. The Catalan city is the capital of the Comunidat Valencia. It is located about 320 kilometres southeast of Madrid at the mouth of the river Turia into the Mediterranean Sea. Here live about 800,000 inhabitants, in the greater area of the city even 1.8 million. The autonomous region comprises the provinces of Valencia, Castellon and Alicante.Valencia was founded by the Romans in 138 B.C. and has experienced an exciting history of over 2,000 years of changing domination...

Costa de la Luz - Wooden jetty © andigia / Fotolia

Costa de la Luz

The daily sunshine and the endless dunes

Most vacationers come to the Costa de la Luz because of the mild climate, the daily sunshine and the endless dunes with fine sand. Some also because the wind blows much more than in the Mediterranean and attracts surfers and kite surfers. And the light plays a very special role on the Costa de la Luz. The facades of the white villages appear extraordinarily bright, the light is reflected in the sea and the waves and appears brighter...

Costa del Sol - House and flower pots © tobago77 / Fotolia

Costa del Sol

Always worth a visit

The Costa del Sol is located in Andalusia and is the southernmost coastal region in Spain. The sun coast is 160 kilometers long and offers beautiful little towns to stroll and marvel at. The airport of Malaga makes arrival and departure very uncomplicated. Travelling to the Costa del Sol is worthwhile in any case - the sun shines all year round and for bathing the sunny coast of Spain offers many possibilities...

Minorca - ships in the sea Minorca - ships in the sea

Minorca

Holidaymakers' paradise in the Mediterranean

Menorca is translated from Catalan as "The Little One". But in contrast to its big sister Mallorca, new hotel buildings were prohibited early on in favor of nature. Today, almost half of the northernmost Balearic island is under nature protection. The nature park S' Albufera Es Grau has been a UNESCO biosphere reserve since 1993. The north of the island is rocky, rugged and rugged. The gentle south offers long sandy beaches and picturesque...

Lanzarote - Church of San Gines in Arrecife © rh2010 / Fotolia

Lanzarote

An island of opposites and contrasts

Rugged, black basalt and lava rock, for this the volcanic island of Lanzarote is world-famous, but now and then houses painted in white color shine like a mirage and stand out from the dark volcanic landscape. Extremely barren and dry, the Canary Island is surrounded by the shimmering turquoise of the Atlantic Ocean. By nature only sparsely overgrown by a species-poor flora, in many places the green vines sprout only so from the...

Costa Blanca - Evening panorama of Alicante © marcin jucha / Fotolia

Costa Blanca

The holiday coast is one of the most popular in Spain

The Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts of mainland Spain have an excellent reputation among holidaymakers as recreational destinations. One of the most popular and well-known holiday coasts in Spain is the Costa Blanca, the White Coast. This coastal region stretches for about 200 km between the Costa del Azahar ("Orange Blossom Coast") in the north and the Costa Cálida ("Warm Coast") in the south...

Costa Brava - Houses by the sea © nito / Fotolia

Costa Brava

The region is characterised by many beaches

The Mediterranean coastal section Costa Brava belongs to the north-eastern Spanish province of Catalonia and extends for almost 200 kilometres from Blanes in a north-easterly direction to the Empordà region on the border with southern France. The region is characterised by many beaches, pine-lined sandy bays and modern holiday resorts...