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Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlucar de Barrameda and El Puerto de Santa María form a triangle of generous land where the vine has reigned from time immemorial. The Sherry Triangle represents the only geographical location in the world where Sherry can legally be produced. It is also a place of exceptional beauty, beautiful beaches & Dancing Horses!

The largest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife is home to nearly a million people and just as many fun and unique travel experiences. The most popular attraction to see in Tenerife is Mount Teide, Spain`s tallest mountain, located inside Teide National Park, where many of the island`s native flora and fauna reside. Long popular with tourists, Tenerife is well-known for its Carnival de Santa Cruz de Tenerife, which is one of the largest in the world. Tenerife is great for a beach getaway and for sightseeing, as it is home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

The Balearic Islands (Illes Balears in Catalan) consist of the four islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, all of which offer ideal warm year-round weather. Collectively they are the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, if not the world. Beautiful Mallorca boasts large, fine white-sand beaches; small, isolated, charming, crystal-clear coves; and a rich cultural history with castles, ruins, cathedrals, and more. Menorca, sitting to the northeast, is much smaller and has a cozier feel and a budding food-and-drink scene.

With its aristocratic charm, Jerez de la Frontera is a hidden gem of Spain, a must-see town should you venture beyond the large cities. The British made the town famous by taking the sweet wines made here and naming them "sherry" for the outside world. Once sitting on the border between the Christian and Moorish worlds, Jerez is also known for its fine horses and amazing singers and dancers of flamenco. Its magnificent dancing horses can be seen at the Royal Andalucian School of Equestrian Art.

Lanzarote has been a desirable tourist destination for generations because of its warm weather year-round and also for the calmness of its waters, making it a great choice for families or for those who are interested in water sporting activities. The island as we know it today was borne from volcanic eruptions, and visitors can learn about these volcanoes at Timanfaya National Park, the only geology-specific national park in Spain. Lanzarote`s capital is the beautiful Arrecife, and popular resort towns include Puerto del Carmen, Costa Teguise, and Playa Blanca.

Gran Canaria`s capital city Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a cosmopolitan city surrounded by the sea in the far northeast of the island. Its Las Canteras beach, over three kilometres long, is one of its star attractions. Along with the Alfredo Kraus auditorium the beach area offers a wide range of accommodations, activities and restaurants. The city`s La Luz port does not just receive cruise ships but connects the city to the other Canary Islands.

La Gomera, the second-smallest of the main islands in Spain’s Canary Island chain, is marked by craggy volcanic mountains crisscrossed with hiking trails. In higher altitudes, dense forests of ferns and moss-covered trees grow in the mists of Garajonay National Park. Toward the coast, the Valle Gran Rey canyon leads past the whitewashed cliffside village of La Calera and ends at black-sand Atlantic beaches. From deep ravines to scraggy hilltops and breathtaking views, there is no shortage of trails to conquer on your trip.

The largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca is a beautiful destination that must be seen to be believed. The ecological diversity of the island is immense, from the wineries and mountains of the interior to the sandy beaches and turquoise waters of the coastal areas. Mallorca boasts a rich cultural history with castles and ruins, cathedrals and monasteries, grand manor houses and gardens, and a host of art galleries and museums.

On the shores of the Mediterranean, right on the Costa Daurada, lies the port city of Tarragona. The former Roman Tarraco offers an important legacy of monuments amid extensive beaches. Its archaeological remains include part of the bases of large Cyclopean walls near the Quartel de Pilatos which are thought to be anterior to the Romans. The Quartel, a prison in the 19th century, is said to have been the palace of Augustus.
Regions of Spain
Central Spain
Central Spain contains some of the last great unexplored areas, as well as some of its most glorious architectural and historic treasures. Mile upon mile of empty roads lead you from one to another of the great cities and forgotten villages. This Spanish heartland is a mountainous region where wildlife flourishes and the mid-summer sun bakes the land.
Andalucia, comprising much of southern Spain, is a land of culture, history, fiestas, and excellent food, featuring outstanding monuments and gorgeous natural landscapes. It is home to Granada and the Alhambra Palace; Cordoba and the Mezquita; Seville with its Cathedral and Alcázar; and popular festivals such as the Carnival in Cadiz and the April Fair in Seville.
Sherry Triangle
Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlucar de Barrameda and El Puerto de Santa María form a triangle of generous land where the vine has reigned from time immemorial. The Sherry Triangle represents the only geographical location in the world where sherry can be produced legally. It is also a place of exceptional beauty, beautiful beaches and dancing horses!
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With one of the most extensive systems of roads and highways in the world, Spain is very easy to traverse by car. Major highways (autopistas and autovías) connect all of Spain`s 45 mainland provinces with one another. Let us help you find your ideal Spanish road trip that`s tailored to your desires.

The Spanish Empire dates from 1492, and by 1516, the Kingdoms of Castile, Aragon, Navarre, and others were united under the Spanish crown. This is in addition to other storied kingdoms which existed pre-1516 in Spain`s current borders, such as Galicia, Leon, and the Almohad Caliphate. The cities in these regions are filled with thousands of years of history.

France is famous for its wine regions, with over 3,000 different wines across two million hectares of vineyards, wine lovers from around the world flock to France for its sheer abundance of vineyards and vintages. Each wine region offers a different grape variety, unique environmental conditions, and their own special wines. There are seven primary wine-producing regions: Alsace, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Loire, Provence, and the Rhone Valley.

Italy offers the perfect combination of food, wine and people that can’t be beat, and it’s a must for any lover of wine and culture. The country boasts thousands of vineyards found in many of its regions which produce hundreds of famous varieties of wine, from the bold reds in the hills of Tuscany to crisp sparkling wines in the northern lakes region, and one-of-a-kind varietals at rustic island wineries in Sicily.
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Spanish Cuisine
Spanish cuisine is very flavorful, and is a quintessential Mediterranean diet, befitting the world`s largest olive oil producer and second-largest wine producer. Spain`s former colonies all over the world influenced the cuisine at home, in everything from tomato sauce to saffron. Today, the various regional staple delicacies represent history and tradition.
City and Beach Holidays in Spain
Tens of millions of people visit Spain each year, and many of them combine its picturesque and historic cities, such as the capital, Madrid, with some of the most popular and beautiful beaches in the world.
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Spain was the third-largest producer of wine in the world in 2017 following Italy and France. The vineyards of Spain cover the largest land area at a sprawling 2.4 million acres! That is 20% larger than the California Wine Estates! Wine has been cultivated in Spain since at least 1,100 BC when it was established by the Phoenicians in the Cadiz area. The country has 138 official wine designations (as of 2020) with each region being incredibly diverse along with an extremely varied climate leading to the production of everything from zesty Albarino to inky, black Monastrell, collectible treasures, delicate whites, and opulent reds. The country is filled with breathtaking landscapes, colorful history, and a deep, complex culture that wine has been a part of for many generations. The finest and most famous wines in Spain come from Galicia (Rias Baixas), Catalonia (Cava and Priorat), Andalucia (Sherry), Castilla y Leon (Rueda, Toro, and Ribera del Duero), and of course Rioja. The main wine regions in the country are central Spain, the northwestern portion called Garcia, Green Spain, Southern Spain, and The Mediterranean in western Spain.

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