Holiday in Spain
Spain is one of the most popular destinations in Europe, both for tourists and people looking for new permanent homes. Regardless of which group you belong to, a holiday in Spain is the right choice. This is why:
The Real Spanish Experience
Extremadura, a region far away from the crowded coastal areas of Spain, is located between Portugal and the central plains of La Mancha in the western part of the Iberian Peninsula. The distance to the coast has made it one of the least populated areas of the country, as well as the main reason why tourists rarely travel to this area.
However, if you are looking for a real Spanish experience, then there is no place like Extremadura for a holiday off the beaten track in Spain.
Extremadura offers an unspoilt country, full of lush forests, vast agricultural plains and majestic mountains. And among all these are cute little towns and hamlets with people living like they did centuries ago.
If you are a history lover or just someone who appreciates natural beauty at its best, then a vacation in Spain with this destination in mind is a perfect choice.
Age-old traditions, extraordinary beauty
For a city that is exceptionally modern and proud of that fact, Barcelona is pretty medieval in many aspects. And this is where the charm of Barcelona lies. As one of the world’s trendiest places, the city clings to its age-old traditions.
It is therefore not unusual to find glitzy modern buildings that stand side by side with works of extraordinary beauty by a famous designer like Antoni Gaudi, who is undoubtedly one of the world’s greatest architects.
More than just visual splendour, a holiday in Spain with Barcelona as your first destination would also mean that you participate in the rich culture of Spain. With more than 50 museums devoted to interesting topics such as the history of funeral carriages after the work of Pablo Picasso, Barcelona is one of the most important cultural centres in Spain.
A holiday in Spain, especially in Barcelona, is like being in a completely different country. Here not only the language is different (the inhabitants of Catalan, as opposed to Castilian), but the way of life. A walk along La Rambla, one of the most famous footpaths in Spain, if not the most famous, will immediately give you an idea.
Spain’s “Wild Coast”
The Costa Brava stretches for 160 km between the French border and Barcelona and has been nicknamed “Spanish wild coast” because of the countless rocky coves that alternate between miles of sandy beaches and pine-covered cliffs. For a holiday in Spain with a picturesque coastal strip, the Costa Brava presents a very strikingly beautiful photo.