“Spain has some of the largest gold deposits in Europe. It is also one of the world’s biggest producers of granite and marble “
The coastline and beautiful beaches of Spain is a magnet to the tourists who visit each year but there is much more to Spain than just its coastline. Spain is home to thousands of heritage attractions, many of these are little known but well worth the time to discover. The history of Spain makes its heritage attractions extremely interesting as it has been influenced by by Christian culture, Islamic culture and Jewish culture and these can be seen in the wonderful architecture that has formed Spanish towns and cities over the centuries. Search through the best places to visit in Spain here
Cities in Spain
Browse through Cities in Spain. Find where to visit whilst in the cities of Spain. Discover information on places to eat and nightlife you can spend your evenings dancing the night away. Find the best places to shop and where to relax after. You can also share your pictures from your visits and leave advice for other people visiting cities throughout Spain.
Places to Stay
Search through our listings of Places to Stay in Spain. We provide information on Campsites and Motorhome stops in Spain. Search our list of dedicated Motorhome Stops and find address and contact details if available.
Traditional Foods in Spain. Spain is essentially divided into four culinary divisions. There is no definition of typical Spanish food as the cuisine varies from region to region dictated by climate and geography. The Northern regions have an abundance of fish and seafood fresh from the Atlantic. Catalonia and Valencia is where you find the Mediterranean Diet considered to be the healthiest in the world. Central Spain has a plentiful supply of game, such as wild boar, pheasant and partridge which are a base to many rich, traditional dishes. From the mountains in the South come some of the very best cured hams “Jamon Serrano”.
Recipes from Spain vary greatly from region to region, the Atlantic coast of Spain produces some of the best fish and seafood in the world and there are Spanish recipes which do justice to this wonderful produce. The Basque country take their food very seriously and have some mouth-watering gastronomical delights to sample, they are even masters of turning the humble bean into a superb dish. The north is also renowned for its cheeses and dairy produce. The south of Spain brings wonderful sunshine dishes, full of the flavours that invoke memories of lazy sunny days Spanish recipes including the rich olive oil for which Andalucia is so famous. Serrano ham, melons and figs and of course Oranges! all go so well with a glass of Spanish wine, what more could one want.