Northern Spain will welcome you with its friendly people, with lands of green pastures, rough impressive coastlines with thousand year old cliffs, with delicate gastronomy and some of the most famous and renowned wines scattered within the regions of La Rioja, the Basque Country and Galicia.

On the South, deep tradition, antique art and powerful soul devotion are spread all over its proud populations. These warmer regions with its warm hearted people are lands of contrasts, where mixed historical heritages have left sublime architectural jewels such as the Alhambra in Granada or the Mosque of Cordoba.

And in coastal regions, touching the Mediterranean waters, many harsh and green small beaches are found in Catalonia or long and smooth sand resorts in Valencia, even famous surf destinations for the best waves in the western coast of Cadiz or the southern Canary Islands.

  • Mills of Castilla
    Mills of Castilla

    One of the topics landscapes of Castilla La Mancha region is the silhouette of the flour mills cutting the horizon wind, built during the 16th century.

  • Jerte Valley, Extremadura
    Jerte Valley, Extremadura

    Known as the Cherry Valley, this spectacular landscape shows a rich ecosystem which gets at its best when the cherry trees are blooming.

  • Conchas

    Built in 1493, this Gothic  style building is a very fine example of a typical  courtier palace of the nobility.