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    Tenerife, Canary Islands

    Dreams Jardin Tropical Resort & Spa
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    Palma Mallorca

    Zoëtry Mallorca Wellness & Spa
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    Palma Mallorca

    Secrets Mallorca Villamil Resort & Spa
  • Tenerife, Canary Islands

    Riu Palace Tenerife
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    Palma Mallorca

    Riu Arecas
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    Palma Mallorca

    Riu Festival
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    Dreams Lanzarote Playa Dorada Resort & Spa
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    Secrets Lanzarote Resort & Spa

Fall in love with the shores of Spain.

Spain has more than 3,000 miles of pristine coastline, but it also offers charming island destinations. The Balearic Islands are an idyllic Mediterranean escape, with cobblestone streets, serene beaches, and charming port cities like Palma de Mallorca. The Canary Islands are southwest of the Spanish mainland, directly off the coast of Africa. These islands are a temperate oasis with beautiful mountains, unique landscapes, and of course, beautiful beaches as well.


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  • Visit Medieval Castles

    One such site that stands out for its historical significance and architectural uniqueness is the Bellver Castle, perched atop the bustling port city of Palma de Mallorca. A royal residence constructed in the 14th century, this castle is a rare gem among Europe's medieval fortifications, one of the few circular castles in Europe.

    As you approach the castle, its distinct circular shape immediately captures your attention. This design is not just unique; it's also a symbol of the architectural brilliance of the medieval era. The castle's robust stone walls, punctuated by a quartet of towers, radiate out from a central courtyard, creating a fortress as formidable as it is beautiful.

    As you roam around the castle grounds, you'll be able to enjoy the peaceful ambiance away from the city's hustle and bustle. Here, the quiet is only interrupted by the occasional whispering of the wind and the melodious songs of local birds, adding to the surreal and time-travel-like experience.

    A visit to Bellver Castle isn't just a tour; it's a journey back in time that allows you to soak up the history, enjoy the architectural brilliance, and appreciate this iconic medieval castle's spectacular views.

  • Explore Towering Volcanoes

    Exploring volcanoes in Spain presents an adventurous journey through some of the planet's most magnificent and unique landscapes. The Canary Islands, a beautiful archipelago off the coast of Africa, is home to numerous volcanic structures, the most impressive of which is Mount Teide.

    Mount Teide is not just the highest point in Spain but also the third-highest volcanic structure in the world, standing tall after Hawaii's Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea. With an elevation of 3,718 meters above sea level, it pierces the skyline of the island of Tenerife, offering a spectacular sight that beckons visitors from afar.

    Hiking tours to Mount Teide provide an excellent way to experience the majesty of this volcano up close. These tours vary in intensity, catering to different fitness levels and interests. As you ascend its slopes, you'll traverse various landscapes - from lush forests at the base to barren volcanic rock formations near the summit.

    The volcanic views on these hikes are simply unmatched. You'll witness surreal rock formations, hardened lava flows, and expansive craters, remnants of the volcano's fiery past. The color palette of Mount Teide is particularly striking, with hues ranging from black basalt to rusty reds and bright ochre, painting an otherworldly picture that's as beautiful as it is dramatic.

    Exploring Mount Teide and its surroundings is more than just a hike; it's an adventure into the heart of nature's raw power, where you can witness the beauty that emerges from the earth's fiery forces. It's an unforgettable experience that leaves you with a deep appreciation for our planet's dynamic landscapes.

  • Urban Beaches

    Spain's urban beaches are an enchanting mix of lively city life and tranquil coastal beauty, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the city of Las Palmas, located on the island of Gran Canaria. After a day of exploring the city's rich history, vibrant culture, and bustling markets, a visit to Las Canteras beach offers a refreshing contrast.

    Las Canteras, stretching over two kilometers, is one of Europe's most famous public beaches, and for good reason. It offers a unique blend of city convenience and natural beauty, making it a favorite among both locals and tourists.

    The beach itself is a haven for sunbathers. The broad sandy shore is meticulously maintained and offers ample space to lay down your towel, open a beach umbrella, and bask in the warm Spanish sun. As you relax on the sand, you can enjoy the azure waters, listen to the rhythmic crashing of waves, and perhaps even spot a ship on the horizon.

    Visiting Las Canteras is more than just a beach trip; it's a seamless blend of city and seaside experiences that leaves you with a rich tapestry of memories. From swimming in clear waters and surfing the waves to lounging on the sand and exploring urban life, Las Canteras offers a slice of Spanish beach life that's hard to beat.

  • Visit The Alhambra in Granada

    Step back in time, immersing yourself in a world of architectural marvels, tranquil gardens, and historical mysteries. This fortress-palace complex, perched on a hilltop overlooking the city of Granada, is a symbol of Spain's rich Islamic history and a shining testament to the architectural prowess of the Nasrid Dynasty.

    As you approach the Alhambra, its formidable red-hued walls offer a stark contrast against the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada mountains. The name 'Alhambra' translates to 'the red one,' a fitting description for this majestic fortress that has stood the test of time. The complex is divided into several sections, each with unique charm and historical significance. The Nasrid Palaces, the Alcazaba, the Generalife, and the Palace of Charles V are among the key areas to explore.

    The Alcazaba, the oldest part of the Alhambra, is a formidable military fortress. Climbing to the top of its watchtower, the Torre de la Vela, rewards you with panoramic views of Granada and the surrounding landscape. This sight is especially mesmerizing at sunset.

    The Generalife, the sultan's summer palace, will take you through stunning gardens filled with lush greenery, colorful flowers, and tinkling fountains. The tranquility of these gardens, with their well-manicured hedges and aromatic flowers, offers a peaceful retreat from the world outside.

    Palace of Charles V, a Renaissance-era palace built by Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor. Its circular courtyard and the fine art museum offer a contrasting experience to the Islamic architecture seen in the rest of the complex.

    A visit to the Alhambra is not just about witnessing the grandeur of the past; it's about immersing yourself in centuries-old stories, marveling at the beauty of Islamic art and architecture, and finding tranquility in the midst of nature's bounty. Whether you're a history enthusiast, an architecture lover, or a seeker of beautiful landscapes, the Alhambra offers an unforgettable journey into Spain's illustrious past.

  • Seville Flamenco Shows

    Experiencing a Flamenco show in Seville is a mesmerizing journey into the heart of Andalusian culture, where passion, rhythm, and emotions come together to create an unforgettable performance. As the birthplace of Flamenco, Seville offers a unique and authentic glimpse into this powerful art form, which is an integral part of the city's cultural heritage.

    As you arrive at a traditional Flamenco venue, known as a "tablao," the intimate setting immediately sets the stage for an immersive experience. The dimly lit room, adorned with Spanish motifs, lets you focus on the performers as they take their places. The anticipation in the air is palpable as the audience eagerly awaits the start of the show.

    As the dancers take center stage, their movements bring the music and lyrics to life. Flamenco is a fusion of intricate footwork, graceful arm movements, and powerful body language, all working harmoniously to express many emotions. The dancers, dressed in colorful costumes, perform with an intensity that commands attention, whether performing a passionate solo or an electrifying group number.

    The rhythmic clapping, or "palmas," and the occasional shouts of encouragement, called "jaleo," from both the performers and the audience further amplify the energy of the show. As the performance reaches its crescendo, the rapid-fire footwork, known as "zapateado," leaves the audience in awe, with the dancer's passion and skill on full display. The combination of music, dance, and storytelling leaves a lasting impression, capturing the essence of Spain's rich artistic heritage and creating memories you will cherish long after the final curtain falls.