Things To Discover in Spain

things to discover in spainSpain is the 2nd most traveled country in The european union and it is composed of 17 territories that include the Balearic Islands and the Canaries.

The population of Spain is about 47 million citizens and its capital Madrid hosts around 3,300,000 of the 47,000,000 total, 6,000,000 if you include the towns, cities encircling the capital.

Despite this and becoming the main city of Spain, Madrid is not really the most visited city. That coveted name would go to Barcelona that is located in the north-east region of Spain and marks the beginning of the Costa Brava, an area of coastline that reaches upward from Barcelona to the French border over the Pyrenees mountain range.

Barcelona, found on the east coast in the north of Spain

Madrid, the capital of Spain and a gorgeous city. However situated right in the middle of Spain and away from the sandy shorelines which is a large attraction for the sun seeking fraternity which like to go to Spain

Seville, situated in Andalusia to the north of the popular port of Cadiz. This is certainly among the sunniest and highly valued parts of Spain for both holiday-makers and expats

Costa Del Sol, rests on the southern coast of Spain and it is centered around Malaga, extremely popular with the sun lovers and beach dwellers

Costa Blanca, that is located on the eastern coast of Spain and it is maintained by Alicante air-port.

discover-spainCosta Brava, exists in the north east and links with France, the most famous destination in Europe and translated to english Costa Brava means rugged coast. Therefore it is a little more scenic compared to some of its cousins.

Costa Verde rests on the western coastline of Spain close to the north and as the name indicates is a little more temperate compared to other coast regions. As a result it  offers an alternate holiday in Spain.

The Balearic Islands are mainly realised as Majorca, Minorca and Ibiza and sit inside the Mediterranean sea just off the Catalan coastline.

The Canary Islands are a part of Spain and they are as such thought to be a great Spanish holiday option; the best known probably being Tenerife.