Spain is synonymous with a Mediterranean getaway - and with good reason. From bustling Barcelona etched with Gaudi’s finest forays, to the quietly captivating Cartagena, Spain is not to be underestimated.

This variety shouldn’t come as a surprise for a hunk of land that measures over 195,000 square miles - that’s more than twice the size of the UK. There’s potential to encounter everything from fiestas to siestas as you slink across Spain, and whatever happens to lie between.

Where is Spain?

Officially known as the Kingdom of Spain, Spain occupies the greater part of the Iberian Peninsula. It is bordered to the south and east by the Mediterranean Sea, to the north by France, Andorra, and the Bay of Biscay, and to the west by Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean. The country also includes the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean, and two autonomous cities in North Africa: Ceuta and Melilla.

Fiestas, Food and Flamenco

An alluring blend of tradition and modernity

Spain is synonymous with a Mediterranean getaway - and with good reason. Beautiful beaches, a bounty of delicious food and architecture that defies the imagination make this a country that just begs to be explored.

Why should I visit Spain?

Exceptional Cuisine
Diverse Landscapes
Incredible Cities
Arts and Culture

Exceptional Cuisine

Spanish cuisine is a rich tapestry of regional flavours, fresh ingredients, and time-honoured culinary traditions. Known for its tapas, small plates that encourage sharing and socialising, Spanish food showcases a variety of seafood, meats, vegetables, and spices. Paella, the iconic rice dish from Valencia, epitomises the marriage of robust flavours and local ingredients, while scrumptious churros dipped in rich, hot chocolate embody the nation's love for indulgent sweets. From the bold flavours of Andalusian gazpacho to the delicate taste of Basque pintxos, Spanish cuisine truly caters to every palate.

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