Formentera: the Caribbean island of the Balearics

Formentera is the southernmost island of the archipelago of the Balearic islands, among the largest islands it is also the smallest island of the archipelago. Located at the southern end of the Balearic archipelago. This island is also the smallest ...

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The climate of Formentera: when to go to Formentera

The island of Formantera is the southernmost island of the Balearic Islands, it has a warm and dry Mediterranean climate, which is the warmest and least rainy of the entire archipelago of the Balearic islands. The summers of Formentera are ...

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Fuerteventura: dunes, volcanoes and crystal clear sea

Fuerteventura is the island of the Canary archipelago closest to Africa, the coasts of Morocco are in fact only 100 km away. The island is a union between desert and sea, a land of sand dunes, volcanoes and crystal clear ...

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Costa Tropical: between the sea and the Sierra Nevada

The Costa Tropical is the coastal strip bathed by the Mediterranean Sea in the province of Granada in Andalusia. This coastal area extends for about 60 km between the town of La Herradura in the west and that of Castillo ...

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Costa de la Luz: dunes, beaches and migratory birds

The Costa de la Luz is the coast washed by the Atlantic Ocean in the provinces of Huelva and Cadiz in Andalusia. The Costa de la Luz stretches over 250 km between Ayamonte and Tarifa. That is, from the mouth ...

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Costa de Almeria: the most beautiful coast of Andalusia

The Costa de Almeria is the coastal strip bathed by the Mediterranean Sea in the province of Almeria in Andalusia. This coast stretches for about 200 km between the town of Pulpì in the east and that of Adra in ...

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The climate of the Costa del Sol: when to go

The climate of the Costa del Sol is typical Mediterranean, due to the position of the coast located between the mountains of the Cordillera Penibética and the sea, the climate is in fact very mild and dry. Summers are hot ...

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Costa del Sol: sea, sun, cement and fun

The Costa del Sol is a region of Andalusia, in the province of Malaga, which extends for about 150 km along the Mediterranean coast between Estepona and Nerja. This coastal area of Andalusia is one of the most important tourist ...

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Costa del Azahar: the orange blossom coast

The Costa del Azahar is the coastal region of the province of Castellon de la Plana in the north of the Valencian Community. This stretch of coast extends north of Valencia towards the Ebro delta for about 120 km between ...

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Costa Blanca: white beaches and skyscrapers

The Costa Blanca is the coastal region of the province of Alicante washed by the Mediterranean sea, it extends for about 200 km between the towns of Pilar de la Horadada in the south and Denia in the north. The ...

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The climate of Alicante: when to go to Alicante

The city of Alicante has a dry Mediterranean climate characterized by low rainfall, with mild winters, thanks to its position surrounded by hills that protect it from the northern winds. Due to its geographical position, the city enjoys an excellent ...

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Alicante: nightlife, beaches and sea

Alicante is a city of about 350,000 inhabitants, a provincial capital of the Comunidad Valenciana, located 70 km north-east of Murcia. The city is located in the center of a bay overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, and is a popular seaside ...

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The climate of Valencia: when to go to Valencia

The city of Valencia has a typical Mediterranean climate with short, dry and mild winters, and long, dry and hot summers. The rainiest time of the year is the autumn months between September and December. During the summer the city ...

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Valencia: one of the most dynamic cities in Spain

Valencia, a city of over 800.0000 inhabitants, is the third largest city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona, and also the third Spanish economic and industrial center. It is one of the most dynamic cities in the nation. The city ...

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Valencian Community: a dynamic city, beaches and paella

The Valencian Community (Comunidad Valenciana) is a region of Spain located in the central-eastern area of the Iberian Peninsula. This region overlooks over 500 km of coastline on the Mediterranean Sea, while in the interior it has borders in common ...

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Costa Dorada: long beaches and seaside resorts

The Costa Dorada (Daurada in Catalan) is the coastal region of the province of Tarragona, south of Barcelona, between the delta of the Ebro river in the south and Sitges in the north. It is over 100 km of coast ...

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Costa Brava: the wild coast of Catalonia

The Costa Brava is a renowned coastal and seaside tourist area of Spain, specifically of Catalonia. It extends for over 200 km north of Barcelona from the town of Blanes to the border with France. The Costa Brava is practically ...

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The climate of Barcelona: when to go to Barcelona

Barcelona has a temperate Mediterranean climate all year round. The city has mild winters and hot summers but mitigated by the sea, the rains are irregular. Summers are usually hot but rarely excessively hot, the average maximum temperatures reach the ...

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Barcelona: the economic engine of Spain

Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is the economic engine of Spain. The city rises along the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea. With a population of almost 2 million inhabitants, it is, after the capital Madrid, the most populous city in ...

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Catalonia: Barcelona, the Costa Brava, the Pyrenees

Catalonia is a region of Spain located in the northeastern end of the Iberian Peninsula. This region to the north is bordered by France and Andorra, while to the east and south it overlooks the Mediterranean Sea with about 580 ...

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The climate of Segovia: when to go to Segovia

Segovia has a purely continental climate with harsh and cold winters, the summers instead are rather short, hot and rather dry. This type of climate is due to the altitude in which the city is located (about 1,000 meters above ...

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Segovia: a spectacular Roman aqueduct and much more

Segovia is a town of 55,000 inhabitants located 1,000 m. above sea level. The city is located at the northwestern base of the Sierra de Guadarrama, located between the Eresma and Clamores rivers. The city was important since Roman times, ...

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The climate of Burgos: when to go to Burgos

Burgos is over 850 meters high in the northern Meseta, the city has a temperate continental oceanic climate. Winters are cold and windy with minimum temperatures that drop even below freezing. Summer is a hot season, but rarely excessively hot ...

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Burgos: a majestic Gothic cathedral

Burgos is a splendid historic city of 170,000 inhabitants. It is located in northwestern Spain, in the Castile and Leon region. The history of Burgos begins in the year 884, when Diego Porcelos, second Count of Castile, repopulated the area ...

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The climate of Avila: when to go to Avila

Avila is located in the central-northern part of the Spanish Meseta at over 1,100 meters above sea level. Due to its height, Avila has a purely continental climate with harsh winters and frequent snowfalls during the winter, while summers are ...

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Avila: the most beautiful medieval walls in Spain

Avila (50,000 inhabitants), one of the jewels of medieval Spain, is located at 1,128 m. above sea level, in the region of Castile and Leon, in a rocky area on the buttresses of the Sierra de Guadarrama and Sierra de ...

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Castile-León: the land of cathedrals and Cid Campeador

Castile-León (Castilla y León) is, by extension, the largest Spanish region. It is located in the north-western area of Spain, has no access to the sea and is bordered to the west by Portugal and the Spanish region of Galicia. ...

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The climate of Toledo: when to go to Toledo

Toledo, Spain. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Toledo has a mixed climate between the Mediterranean and continental climate with relatively cold winters and very hot and dry summers. The daily temperature differences are quite high. Summer temperatures can sometimes exceed 40 ° C and in winter they ...

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Toledo: the historical capital of Spain

Puente de Alcántara, Toledo, Spain. Author Marco Ramerini

Toledo is a town of 78,000 inhabitants which is located at 454 m. above sea level, about 70 km south of Madrid. The city is crossed by the Tajo (Tagus) river that surrounds it for two thirds, while the historic ...

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Castile-La Mancha: the land of Don Quixote

Castile-La Mancha (Castilla-La Mancha) is a region of central Spain born from the division of the old historical region of Castilla la Nueva into two new entities: the Comunidad de Madrid and Castile-La Mancha. The region that has Toledo as ...

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