Visit Laredo; a travel guide to the town of Laredo, Spain

Laredo is in the province of Cantabria  in the Asturias and Cantabria region of Spain.

Laredo is one of Cantabria's most popular beach resorts.

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Visit Luarca; a travel guide to the town of Luarca, Spain

Luarca is in the province of Asturias in the Asturias and Cantabria region of Spain.

Luarca is one of the most attractive towns in Asturias and Cantabria, indeed its harbour is one of the lovliest in Spain.

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Visit Oviedo; a travel guide to the city of Oviedo, Spain

Oviedo is in the capital of the province of Asturias in the Asturias and Cantabria region of Spain.

Oviedo is an attractive university city with a historic old quarter.

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Visit Potes; a travel guide to the village of Potes, Spain

Potes is in  the province of Cantabria in the Asturias and Cantabria region of Spain.

Potes is a small town in the heart of the Picos de Europa.

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Visit Puente Viesgo; a travel guide to the village of Puente Viesgo, Spain

Puente Viesgo is in  the province of Cantabria in the Asturias and Cantabria region of Spain.

Puente Viesgo is home to some fantastic caves and is a popular spa.

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Visit San Sebastian de la Gomera; a travel guide to the town of San Sebastian, Spain

San Sebastian is on the island of La Gomera in the Canary Islands.

San Sebastian is the main town on the island of La Gomera.

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Visit Santa Cruz de la Palma; a travel guide to the seaside town of Santa Cruz de la Palma, Spain

Santa Cruz de la Palma is the capital of the Canary Island, La Palma.

Santa Cruz de la Palma is an elegant town and is also the main port of La Palma with ferries to Tenerife and Gran Canaria as well as to Cadiz on mainland Spain.

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Visit La Restinga; a travel guide to the resort of La Restinga, Spain

La Restinga is on the island of El Hierra in the Western Canary Islands.

La Restinga is a small fishing village which is becoming a popular resort especially with visitors wanting to scuba dive.

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Visit Santona; a travel guide to the resort of Santona, Spain

Santona is is in the province of Cantabria in the region of Asturias and Cantabria.

Santona is a small resort and fishing town.

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Visit Playa Blanca; a travel guide to the resort of Playa Blanca, Spain

Playa Blanca is an attractive resort on the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands.

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Visit Puerto del Rosario; a travel guide to the town of Puerto del Rosario, Spain

Puerto del Rosario is the capital of the island of Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands.

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Visit Puerto del Carmen; a travel guide to the resort of Puerto del Rosario, Spain

Puerto del Carmen is the most popular resort ofn the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands.

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Visit Santa Eularia; a travel guide to the resort of Santa Eularia, Spain

Santa Eularia is a resort on the island of Ibiza in the Balearic Islands. It is about 15km northeast of Ibiza Town.

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Visit Lluc; a travel guide to the Monastery of Lluc, Spain

Lluc is a village on the island of Majorca in the Balearic Islands. It is 35km northeast of the lovely town of Soller.

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Visit Pollenca; a travel guide to the town of Pollenca, Spain

Pollenca is a village on the island of Majorca in the Balearic Islands. It is 20km north of Lluc.

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Visit Ciutadella; a travel guide to the town of Ciutadella, Spain

Ciutadella de Menorca is a town on the island of Menorca in the Balearic Islands.

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Visit Salou; a travel guide to the resort of Salou, Spain

Salou is one of the main resorts on Spain's popular Costa Dorado coast. It is in the Tarragona province in the Catalonia region of Spain.

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Visit Roses; a travel guide to the resort of Roses, Spain

Roses is one of the main resorts on Spain's popular Costa Brava in the Catalonia region of Spain. It has a Citadel with Greek, Roman and Medieval remains.

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Visit Empuries; a travel guide to the archeaological site of Empuries, Spain

Empuries is a fascinating archeological site in Catalonia. Nearby is the walled, medieval village of Sant Marti d'Empuries. Both sit on the Bay of Roses opposite the town of Roses.

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Visit Blanes; a travel guide to the seaside town of Blanes, Spain

Blanes is an attractive seaside town in Catalonia famous for its gardens.

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Visit Cardona; a travel guide to the town and castle of Cardona, Spain

Cardona and its medieval castle sits halfway between Barcelona and Andorra in the Catalonia region of Spain.

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Visit Montblanc; a travel guide to the medieval town of Montblanc, Spain

Montblanc is a medieval walled town in the Catalonia region. It is in the province of Tarragona.

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Visit Trujillo; a travel guide to the town of Trujillo, Spain

Trujillo is in the province of Caceres in the Extremedura region of Spain.

Trujillo is Extramadura's most beautiful town, when its main square is floodlit at night it is one of the most beautiful in Spain. Trujillo has some fine medieval buildings but it is the architecture of the 15th and 16th century that is particularly impressive. At this time many Conquistadors built beautiful mansions and palaces in Trujillo. Many of these have been influenced by their owners travels in the Americas.

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Visit Sitges; a travel guide to the resort of Sitges, Spain

Sitges is in the province of Barcelona in the Catalonia region of Spain.

Sitges is the best of the resorts on the coast south of Barcelona. It has a long sandy beach replete with palm trees, some excellent Modernist architecture, a thriving nightlife, and an overall attractiveness which has attracted various notable artists. Sitges is very popular with the city dwellers of Barcelona and has become a popular, though pricey resort. It is also very popular as a gay resort.

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Visit Santiago de Compostela; a travel guide to the city of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Santiago de Compostela is in the province of A Coruna and is the capital of the Galicia region of Spain.

Santiago de Compostela is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. It is also the final destination for one of the most famous and most popular pilgrimage's in the world, the Camino de Compostela. There are various routes which lead to Santiago de Compostella and its fabulous St James Cathedral. The main route is from St Jean Pied de Port in France.

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Visit Plasencia; a travel guide to the city of Placencia, Spain

Plasencia is in the Caceres province in the Extremadura region of Spain.

Plasencia is an ancient city which sits in a loop of the Rio Jerte. It is surrounded by medieval walls. These were built in 1198 and incorporated seventy towers and eight gates as well as an Alcazar. Most, though not the Alcazar, remain however a lot of the walls have been used as the back walls of houses and so much is hard to see.

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Visit Peratallada; a travel guide to the town of Peratallada, Spain

Peratallada is in the province of Girona in the Catalonia region of Spain.

This lovely village is carved of stone from the moat which surrounds Peratallada. Indeed its name means 'carved stone'. Defensive walls surround parts of the village and there is also a stone castle. It was one of the best fortified medieval villages in Spain.

Nowadays it is considered to be one of the most beautiful villages in Spain. It has a maze of narrow streets and sunny squares, various towers punctuate the skyline and an 11 - 14 th century palace.

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Visit Pedraza de la Sierra; a travel guide to the town of Pedraza, Spain

Pedraza de la Sierra is in the province of Segovia in the Castile and Leon region of Spain.

Pedraza is a beautiful medieval town, indeed it is said to be one of the most beautiful small towns in Spain. Surrounded by a fortified wall it is a pleasure to wander through the medieval streets and squares. It is perched upon a hill and has a castle perched on a rocky outcrop next to the town.

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Visit Merida; a travel guide to the city of Merida, Spain

Merida is the capital of the province of Merida in the Extremadura region of Spain.

Merida was once the largest Roman town in Iberia. There are an amazing number of Roman sights to be seen, indeed, more than anywhere else in Spain. The archealogical ensemble in Merida is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Visit La Alberca; a travel guide to the village of La Alberca, Castile and Leon

La Alberca is in the province of Salamanca in the Castile and Leon region of Spain.

La Alberca is one of the most beautiful villages in Spain. Its buildings are lovely half-timber houses and in the summer they are hung with vibrant displays of geraniums and summer flowers. The main square, the Plaza Mayor, is surrounded by these lovely buildings with their columned arcades offering shelter from the bright sunshine.

La Alberca was the first village in Spain to be given National Historic Monument Status.

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Visit Guadalupe; a travel guide to the city of Guadalupe, Spain

Guadalupe is in the province of Caceres in the Extremadura region of Spain.

Guadalupe village has grown up around the fabulous Monastery of Guadalupe which is one of Spain's most popular tourist attractions. In 1325 a farmer found a statue of the Virgin Mary buried in his field. The statue was rumoured to have been carved by St Luke and visitors came flocking from far and wide to see it and a shrine built to house it. The monastery grew in splendour and has towers and turrets and is a beautiful building. The Monastery of Guadalupe is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Visit Figueres; a travel guide to the town of Figueres, Spain

Figueres is in the province of Girona in the Catalonia region of Spain.

Figueres is a pleasant town with an attractive centre, a large castle and a café-lined 'rambla'. However it is for the Salvador Dali museum that large numbers of visitors come each year. Indeed, the Salvador Dali Museum (Teatre-Museu Dali) is the most visited museum in Spain after the Prado in Madrid and the Guggenheim in Bilbao.

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Visit Ciudad Rodrigo; a travel guide to the town of Ciudad Rodrigo, Spain

Ciudad Rodrigo is in the province of Salamanca in the Castile and Leon region of Spain. It is said to be one of the most beautiful towns in Spain.

Ciudad Rodrigo has splendid twelfth and seventeenth century walls, streets of Renaissance mansions, a castle which was the first historic building to be turned into a parador, and a beautiful Plaza Mayor. Its buildings are in a lovely golden stone and the town is perfect for a leisurely stroll, well worth the detour from Salamanca.

Ciudad Rodrigo is close to the border with Portugal - hence its fortifications - the fortified walls and castle.

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Visit Caceres, Spain; considered to be one of the most beautiful cities of Spain

Caceres is the capital of the province of Caceres in the Extremadura region of Spain. It is considered to be one of the 'Most Beautiful Cities in Spain'.

Caceres is an amazing city. It has Roman, Moorish and conquistador architecture, is surrounded by medieval walls, has numerous palaces replete with stork-topped watchtowers and managed to avoid the wars and so remains amazingly intact. It was the first city in Spain to become a listed UNESCO World Heritage site.

Caceres is also a lively university town and hosts an annual WOMAD (world music) festival.

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Visit A Guarda; a travel guide to the town of A Guarda, Spain

A Guarda, also known as La Guardia is in the province of Pontevedra in the Galicia region of Spain.

La Guardia is a coastal town at the very southern tip of the Atlantic part of Spain. Beyond this point you enter Portugal. From A Guarda you can walk across an iron bridge, designed by Eiffel, over the River Minho and into Portugal and the town of Valenca do Minho.

A Guarda is worth visiting primarily for the remains of a large Celtic settlement.

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Visit A Coruna; a travel guide to the city of A Coruna, Spain

A Coruna is the capital of the province of A Coruna in the Galicia region of Spain. A Coruna is known as Coruna in English, and as La Coruna in much of Spain.

A Coruna is on the coast of Galicia and it was from here that the Armada set out to attack England in 1588. It has been an important Spanish port since Roman times and its most famous landmark, the Hercules lighthouse was built by Romans and rebuilt in the 18th century.

A Coruna has a faily large medieval old town and a reasonably attractive and modern city has grown up around this.

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Visit Valencia; A visitors guide to the beautiful city of Valencia, Spain

Valencia is capital of the province of Valencia in Spain's region of Valencia and Murcia.

Valencia is Spain's third largest city. It is famous throughout Spain for its nightlife and for its festival, Las Fallas. It also has a lovely old quarter and a new and very impressive new cultural complex, the Ciudad de las Artes y Ciencias.

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Visit Cartagena; a fascinating town in Spain

Cartagena is in the province of Murcia in the region of Valencia and Murcia. Cartagena has been an important site for centuries due to its deep natural harbour.

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Visit Altea, a resort and hilltop village in Valencia, Spain.

Altea is in the Alicante province of Valencia and Murcia. Altea is an old fishing village which has expanded to become a pleasant resort on the Costa Blanca.

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Visit Alicante city; a beautiful city to visit in Spain

Alicante is the capital of the Alicante province in the region of Valencia and Murcia, Spain.

It is definitely worth spending some time in Alicante (Alacant). With beaches, nightlife, a lovely renovated old town and, if you're there at the end of June, a great fiesta, Las Hogueras.

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Visit San Sebastian; a travel guide to the lovely coastal resort of San Sebastian

San Sebastian is in the Guipuscoa province in the Navarra and La Rioja region of Spain.

Probably Spain's most fabulous beach resort and one of our favourites. Good beaches, great shopping , lovely town, San Sebastian Film Festival, San Sebastian Jazz festival, and good food all add up to make this a great destination for a summer holiday or an out of season short break.

San Sebastian is set in the bay of La Concha. Sea to the front with the small island of Santa Clara to add interest to this view. A hill with a tower at each end of the bay and rolling hills behind all make San Sebastian an idyllic setting. Being in the north you can escape the often too scorching heat of Southern Spain in July and August.

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