Spanish Regions

The northern coastal provinces of Galicia, Cantabria, Asturias, Pais Vasco (Basque Country), Navarra, as well as eastern Catalonia, northern Aragon and north-western Castilla y Leon, all experience an oceanic climate due to their close or adjacent proximity to the Atlantic Ocean; this is characterised by mild winters and cool summers, with high rainfall all year round; this area is sometimes called Green Spain.


not only offers us great weather, but also has long beaches that cover from Huelva to Cadiz (Costa de la Luz) on the shores of the Atlantic, then the shores of the Mediterranean from the Straights of Gibraltar up to Almeria


is about as far off the beaten track as you can hope to find in Spain, hardly touched at all by tourism. The region comprises of three provinces: Huesca – its capital, Zaragoza and Tereul.


where the countryside and natural coastal zone makes for a perfect vacation for those who love hiking and walking. The coastal area is both stunning and dramatic with long sandy beaches, hidden caves and a spectacular backdrop of rugged mountains.

Basque Country

is the association formed by the cities of Bilbao, San Sebastian, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Zarautz and the two main towns of the mouth of the Bidasoa River: Hondarribia and Irun, forming the beautiful bay of Txingudi. Emblematic landmarks of a magical land that have united to welcome the traveller with open arms and invite you to discover its history, nature and culture.


is one of Spain’s most ancient and historical regions. The region is located in the north of Spain and has been largely overlooked my mainstream tourism, making this the hidden jewel of Spain.

Castilla-La Mancha

where the area has plenty of small pretty villages, medieval castles and in many places the landscape is diverse and fertile. Another appealing factor is that in Castilla-La Mancha you can experience the real Spain.

Castilla y Leon

is the biggest region in Spain and is steeped in history and culture that remain untouched by tourism and the pace of modern life - ideal for those who are looking to get away from it all but there are still plenty of attractions to discover.


has a little bit of everything - pretty sun-bathed fishing ports alongside large seaside resorts like the city of Barcelona with great beaches, wild unspoilt countryside scattered with remote villages and even some skiing in the Pyrenees mountains.


really is a place where you can feel a close relationship with nature. Perfect for nature tourism, there is much to do amongst the countryside from walking the famous Roman route, the Via de la Plata, to watersports on the rivers and some fantastic birdwatching opportunities.


the exquisite corner of Spain which is known as the land of a thousand rivers, and its huge coastline boasts 750 different beaches as well as producing a fabulous variety of seafood.


is home to Spain's magical capital city and has a huge number of attractions to offer its visitors - from a wealth of fine shops, restaurants and entertainment, to many historic buildings and fascinating museums.


is a beautiful coastal region of stunning white beaches and pretty coves, and lush inland areas covered in vineyards, green hills and forests, Murcia is also perfect for discovering the secrets of ancient civilizations including those of Prehistory, the Romans and the Arabs.


where spectacular gorges, rich oak forests and intriguing caves are just some of the landscapes to enjoy in a region with plenty of opportunities for those wanting to get active outside - cycling, canoeing, hiking, potholing, skiing and much more.

La Rioja

is crossed by miles upon miles of vineyards belonging to over 500 wineries that produce the region's excellent wines. La Rioja has a history which it can date further back in time than many places - back to the dinosaurs! Several important discoveries have been made in the valleys of La Rioja, including thousands of stunning dinosaur tracks which you can follow across the rocks.

Valencian Community

here you'll find yourself in the most lush and fertile part of Spain, with orange, lemon and peach groves, and even rice fields irrigated by systems devised by the Moors. With over 500km of coastline, you can enjoy deserted and clean sandy beaches with crystal clear waters that are perfect for snorkelling, water-skiing, kayaking and many other water sports.

The northern inland regions of Castilla y Leon, La Rioja, southern Aragon, Madrid, and northern Castilla-La Mancha all have a continental Mediterranean climate, featuring cold, usually snowy winters, and hot, dry summers. The southern inland regions of Extremadura, southern Castilla-La Mancha and northernmost Andalusia have a very similar climate, with cold to cool winters with no or very little snow, and scorching dry summers. Wonderful location for an adventure holiday, or walking through the beautiful countryside.

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