Spain guide

Spain is one of the most visited European countries with Madrid as its capital. It receives over 82 million international visitors per year who travel to local various diverse cultural and nature places to check out. Why do they like it so much? The peninsular is a rich coastline, hiking, tours, las marinas, bars, a market, cuisine, wine bars, beaches, food and the laid-back lifestyle. Its climate entices tourists looking for a town walk, the beach, delicious tapas, food, seafood, great weather, green landscapes, culture, and historic quarter sites. There are many delightful Spanish regions to discover the best-known resorts and well-known city destinations that offer a range of modern architecture and art, past and present. Madrid and Barcelona are the famous weekend break Spanish cities to travel to in the summer months and here you can enjoy late night hours for the best time. Are you planning a budget trip to explore Barcelona or Madrid in the summer of 2021 to see all the tourist attractions and tours? This will change your life and once visited this pilgrimage will never be forgotten. Portugal is on the border, my advice is it's worth to plan a day trip on your best Spain travel budget experience.

The Mediterranean Sea surrounds the Spanish mainland best known southern and eastern coasts. The Bay of Biscay is to the north, and the Atlantic Ocean is to the west. Gibraltar is separated from Morocco by the Strait of Gibraltar, France to the north, and Portugal to the west. Spain currently has a population of 47,362,000 million people who visit this year-round best location. There are the best regional cuisine, sandy beaches, las marinas, bars, old towns, national parks, mountain ranges, the Basque country, palaces, cathedrals, the capital, Prado, Seville Cathedral, Barcelona, Zaragoza, Bilbao, the Royal Palace, Southern Spain, Madrid, Valencia, Seville, and world heritage sites plus other cultural attractions and tours to travel to in 2021 for your holiday trip on your Spain travel adventure. These destinations are some of the best-visited places in Europe and the world, use your Spain travel guide to get the best out of your vacation, and don't miss anything, even one street for a day, plan your trip carefully.

History of Spain
Spanish history spans centuries, beginning in the Middle Ages and culminating in the 16th century as Europe's most dominant nation. Originally known as Iberia, it was renamed Espaa by the Roman invaders and is now known as Spain in the UK.

What is Spain famous for?
For instance, there are the best beach destinations to check out. Its history, historical landmarks, art galleries, and museums are just a few of the reasons we adore it. Music festivals have always been significant in Spanish architectural culture as well as tapas, and they continue to thrive today. It's a popular region for sports fans of all ages. Tennis is popular as is the beautiful game of golf, and don't forget about the numerous water sports opportunities along the country's breathtaking shores. Of course, the weather helps, as these common pastimes can be enjoyed all year long. Also, in the winter, when there is plenty of sunshine, light and mild and warm days. There is a vast array of regions and cities you can go exploring along its walls, Castilla la Mancha, Madrid, Salamanca, Granada, Barcelona, Seville and Camino de Santiago, Sierra Nevada plus a national park and Picos de Europa should be on your sightseeing list. Which Moorish area will you check out in 2021 for your trip when you stay in Spain for the best time, travel to Barcelona it has a great atmosphere. Explore a traditional town, las marinas site and village or fishing villages are must-sees, crime free and may be seen on a budget. My tips are to book your Spain travel tickets and make a date to stay in a hotel as much as you can and embrace the nights and a must is to take in a local drink, restaurants, sun, and nightlife. It's a favourite world destination and loved by many. A civil wedding date takes place in Madrid and the Spaniards will charm you to give you the best time. San means Saint and there are many saint days in August, you could celebrate the day and have fun here in particular. If you want to attend churches or Mosques (Mezquita) you may plan a visit.

What can you do in Spain?
The Alhambra in Granada, the Sagrada Familia Cathedral in Barcelona, and the Guggenheim Museum tour in Bilbao are only a few of the key places to see in this Spanish haven. The most popular places to see are along the southeastern region of any of the Costa regions with their incredible must-see huge mountains, and Barcelona, as most visitors choose to visit the beaches or an old small town on their trip. Holidaymakers and property buyers are searching for a permanent base flock to Alicante especially the ancient site of the old town, La Manga del Mar, Torrevieja, La Rioja, Seville, Salamanca the Basque country region, and Marbella. City breaks such as Madrid are perfect for exploring weekend getaways, that suit you. Madrid and Barcelona plus Seville cities are the most popular for a trip, to travel to a crime-free area and they come from all over the world especially to discover for example the Guggenheim Museum and regional areas, use your Spain travel guide to point you in the best western or northern particular direction route. October, March, April, May and August are a good time to visit for your fabulous adventures, make sure you add a wine tour into your itinerary. Spend a week here and a week there taking a day out for rest to read a book.

Golfing in Spain
A golf team will prefer to relax or invest in a golf resort, either near one of the championship golf courses or in villas on the greens. For the whole family, these types of properties give the best of both worlds. Nearby beaches are flanked by promenades you can wander along and the regular gift shops, cafes, pubs, wine bars and local restaurants serving paella and tapas to eat you should see. Those who enjoy spending a day in style at a beach club will not be disappointed, as there are numerous beach clubs dotted along the coast in almost every resort serving sun and tapas. Also, golf clubhouses, entertainment, fine dining and spa, and wellness facilities are available in many resorts. Your Spain guide resources will point you to travel there on your visiting trip to explore a festival in safety and choose the best hotel. Spaniards are friendly people who could help you plan your exploring adventures.

Why is Spain so popular?
Because it is a one-stop lively destination with friendly locals and different places for all, it's extremely popular. The cities offer a breathtaking scene, and this country will enthrall history buffs has to give to satisfy their insatiable curiosity. Its medieval festivals and interesting fetes and fiestas, music, (including the ever-popular flamenco), bulls and bullfighting, impressive museums, drink, nightlife, and expect incredible food such as tapas to eat are culturally fascinating. Just a note there are bullfighting events where the bulls are not hurt. The amazing sunshine certainly helps, and it's just one of the reasons why so many people visit all year or decide to invest in a property there. There are several sports available to those who enjoy them. Walking around along the coastline helps you to take in the scenery while still keeping in shape and enjoy the city, days and nights and vibrant hotspots such as Toledo, Salamanca, Barcelona including Madrid, it's worth it to travel there even on a budget in safety. It's suitable for British tourism people of different age groups travelling, popular with civil wedding events and a festival here and there you can count yourself in buy day tickets if needed and I suggest you spend a day shopping and a bit of time and read a good book too.

Transport in Spain
International airports are located in the city, making them open to significant areas and easy to travel there. The transportation system as a whole is outstanding. On the mainland, there are serious early high-speed rail connections that connect major cities, which is great for tourists who want to visit as much of the country as possible. If you choose to travel by car, there is a decent long-distance coach service that connects the major cities and towns. The bus service, which connects the major locations, city and coastal towns, is the most cost-effective of the travel options and transportation modes for your destination. Great if you are on a budget, check the details of British airlines to search if any deals on child places for your visiting vacation with large different age groups travelling together. European members can travel visa-free just pack a bag and go.

How do you reach Spain?
The short-haul flights from the UK to Spain in Europe benefit families, particularly those who travel with young children. Flights from the United Kingdom to the mainland and beyond, tend to land in just 2 hours and 30 minutes long, as are flights from the United Kingdom to the Islands. Shuttle buses, private transfers, private car hire, and taxis will get you where you want to go in under an hour, you won't have to wait in line and they don't need to speed to get you there. A local travel guide will help you search for the details featuring destinations to visit and your travel will be worthwhile.

Why should you buy your dream home in Spain?
To be part of Spanish culture is an excellent idea to invest in a  vacation home or a permanent residence. Views to die for, architecture to admire, and as much entertainment as you can handle. The country is strategically located in Europe and is readily available and easy to travel to. If you invest in an apartment or a villa, property prices stay constant, making it a good investment. The Canary Islands, Barcelona, and La Rioja are popular choices to buy your dream home and sign on the dotted line. A city home in Madrid will give you everything in the vibrant hub, research the local place that attracts you most and you wish to travel to, the language will not be a barrier. If you have a family you can look at the university places available.

What the professional investor sees for your future investment:
Spain is in a superb position worldwide in terms of the importance of its economy.
Spain is the world's 14th-largest economy and one of the most attractive domestic markets in Europe.
It’s the 5th-largest economy in the EU with a GDP worth 1.2 trillion USD with 46 million consumers.
Spain boasts 75,000,000 tourists who visit every year. It's great to travel to.
Spain's per capital income is significantly higher in terms of purchasing power than that of some major economies ranked above Spain.
Spanish exports of goods to third markets reached 255 Billion euro in 2017.
Foreign Multinationals established in the country, account for around 40% of total exports to the rest of the world.
There is an increasing number of exporting companies that are accessing new markets.

Spanish property – stability on property prices and EU protection
Spain is a member of the European Union. The residency law makes it one of the most attractive and financially efficient EU visa-free access to some countries to invest in.
Visa-free access to all 26 Schengen countries.
Residency in a desirable European country. If in doubt ask for advice.
The right to work in any region around Spain. Ask for advice if unsure.
The opportunity to establish a business or company within a modern and competitive corporate taxation system.

Regions of Spain that are a must-visit
This is a vast country and must-visits are too world-class locations such as Castilla La Mancha, La Rioja, Costa de la Luz, Costa Brava, Santiago de Compostela, and the Basque country. The Canary Islands, Gran Canaria, City of Valencia, San Sebastian, beautiful El Hierro, Plaza de Espana, and southern Spain. Start planning your trip for a break today. Which place inspires you most? Ask for advice from people who have already been. Or do you prefer the capital? Visit Spain and use your travel guide for the best time of your life, handy tips, see if you can get a free child place for your journey, check your complete travelling details thoroughly. A note los means the in English.

Where to buy your property in Spain?
What are you buying a property for? Summer holidays, or all-year-round use, winter breaks, investment, rental, or to live in when you retire. Below are the more popular areas that foreign investors buy. Spot Blue can help you make your dream come true! Any city will give you a gorgeous home especially in Madrid, check out a guide for tips to help you choose a destination when you visit Spain, the Barcelona tour is one of the nicest on the planet. Use your complete travel guide to book your holiday so you won't get lost in the language.

The Costa’s
Costa Blanca, Costa Calida, and Costa del Sol are three well-known Costas that extend along Spain's east mainland coast. You'll find quaint villages, small towns, and cities serving up authentic food and Spanish life in the sunshine along this coastline. Popular locations to invest in Spain are Alicante, Barcelona, Benijofar, Cadiz, Cala d Or, Cala Lliteras, Cala Vinyes, Calpe, Canyamel Pins, Estepona, Gran Alacant, Guardamar, Javea, La Manga del Mar Menor, Marbella, Mijas, Moraira, Punta Prima, Sa Rapita, Sotogrande, Torrevieja, Valencia, Villajoyosa and Villamartin.

Keep an open mind because even though you are familiar with Spain, purchasing a home, there is a new adventure. Which city location is best for you is decided by your reasons for buying a home around the finest places in Spain.

The Balearic Islands
Are renowned for their beaches, streets, and sizzling climate. Three very different islands cater to everyone's needs and great to travel to and you can mix your locations, obviously, there is no border here. Look here for tips:

It is the most popular holiday destination for Britons, owing to its excellent family appeal. The food and entertainment are targeted toward families. Still, it's also a perfect destination to travel to for couples and groups who want to spend days at the beach and evenings that last forever.

It is more tranquil and comfortable than Majorca, making it perfect for families and the elderly who enjoy sitting in the village square with a meal or a few drinks. Beautiful beaches and scenery can be admired when taking an evening stroll after dinner with amazing food and merely relaxing. Travel around Menorca is worth it.

It's branded as a party island, which is a little unfair. There are resorts on the island where young and single people go to dance all night and dance to a guest DJ's beats. Great tips are, families will enjoy lovely beaches in picturesque settings on the other side of the island, and it's a beautiful place to travel around once you have had your covid 19 jabs and you can join friends there.

What is the climate like in Spain?
Spain's environment is divided into three distinct forms, as one would expect given the country's size. Spain has a lovely climate on the south and east coasts, with hot, dry summers and mild winters. The weather in Central Spain is continental, with hot, dry summers and cold winters. With its Atlantic Ocean coastline, northwestern Spain has a temperate climate. The climate is colder here, with some clouds, and it gets warmer and sunnier as you head south. Since the Med Sea surrounds the three islands, the climate in the Balearic Islands is strongly Mediterranean. Summers are hot, dry, with mild winters, but the wonderful sea breeze offers welcome relief when you go to Spain. Travel to Spain with a good book and enjoy yourself.

Average temperature °C

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
Mainland 17 18 20 21 24 28 30 31 29 25 20 18
Balearics 15 15 17 19 22 26 29 30 27 23 19 16

Average sunny days

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
Mainland 10 11 12 13 14 15 15 14 12 11 10 10
Balearics 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 10 8 7 5 5

 Facts about Spain:

The population of Spain in 2021 is 47,362,000
The official title of Spain is the Kingdom of Spain.
The city of Madrid is the capital of Spain and the geographical center of the country.
In Spain, the second-largest city is Barcelona, which is located in Catalonia.
Spain has four co-official languages. They are Catalan, Basque, Galician, and Aranese​.
Spain’s highest mountain in the country is Mount Teide (3718 m).
Spain has 44 UNESCO Sites.
Today, thanks to Spain, we can all enjoy oranges, avocados, cacao, potatoes, or sugar.
In Spain, eating twelve grapes is a tradition to welcome the New Year.
In Spain, locals have lunch between 1 and 3 pm and dinner around 10 pm.
82 million tourists go to Spain every year correct in 2021 (depending on Covid 19)
Spain is the world’s third most popular tourist destination correct in 2021.
In Spain, more than 150,000 tomatoes are thrown at La Tomatina.
In Spain, around 43% of the world's olive oil is produced.
Spain is one of the globe's largest producers of saffron, an essential ingredient in paella.

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