The 'island of eternal sunshine' is more than a beach-lovers paradise and nightlife Nirvana. Explore Teide National Park, swim with turtles in Costa Adeje and venture through sub-tropical forests.
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Experience Marbella like the stars
From the distinct identity of the mountainous Basque country in the north, to the deep-seated traditions and fiery energy of Seville in the south, Spain teems with an effervescent pride and passion for its culture and heritage.
Barcelona blends art and architecture seamlessly, animated by the colourful workings of Gaudi’s limitless imagination, while Madrid’s pulsing nightlife and plentiful galleries awaken the senses. The Balearics provide sun drenched island escapes while the Canaries enchant with volcanoes, lunar landscapes and a carnival to rival Rio. Granada’s Islamic influences intrigue and the eclectic roots of Galicia enchant; a compelling history pervading the landscape, merging with Spain’s flourishing modernity.
Thanks to a pleasing climate and laid-back attitude, the Spanish also know how to have a good time. Be it partying to the pulsing beats of world-famous DJs in Ibiza, or swathing yourself in sunshine at a Marbella poolside, you can find your ideal balance of siesta and fiesta in this dramatically diverse and captivating country.
"If God had really intended men to fly, he'd make it easier to get to the airport" - George Winters