Spain is the country of festivals and fiestas, from streets carpeted with flowers to films-by-the-sea; from the famous running of the bulls to concerts and ballet in the gardens of the Caliphs. Paella and Sangría are world-famous, but you can also experiment an ever evolving cuisine, both daring and celebrated.
The original name of the city of Alicante was “Lucentum” meaning ”City of Light”. The coast of Alicante and the Costa Blanca owes its name to the breathtaking white beaches stretching for several kilometres attracting many sun worshippers and pleasure seekers. The city provides fun, entertainment and also a great nightlife to anyone with the energy to stay up into the late hours.
Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain after Madrid, both in size and population. Discover the unique architecture of Gaudi and the “modernista” architects who have made it one of the most visually arresting cities in Europe – taste the brilliant Spanish cuisine and participate in the flamboyant culture. Barcelona is a truly magnificent city.