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Spain's powerful world empire of the 16th and 17th centuries ultimately yielded command of the seas to England. Subsequent failure to embrace the mercantile and industrial revolutions caused the country to fall behind Britain, France, and Germany in economic and political power. Spain remained neutral in World Wars I and II, but suffered through a devastating civil war (1936-39). In the second half of the 20th century, Spain has played a catch-up role in the western international community; it joined the EU in 1986.

Southwestern Europe, bordering the Bay of Biscay, Mediterranean Sea, North Atlantic Ocean, and Pyrenees Mountains, southwest of France.

Balearic Islands, Galicia, Costa de La Luz, Costa Tropical, Costa Calida,, Central Spain, Catalonia, Costa de Almeria,, Costa Blanca North,, Costa Blanca South,, Costa Del Sol,

Balearic Islands Balearic Islands
  The Balearic Islands are composed of four main islands - Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera - nestling in the Mediterranean Sea and surrounded by a number of small, rocky islets. They cover an area of roughly 5000 sq km and are situated between Spain and the North African coast, but have a largely Spanish speaking community whose notable hospitality and sense of cultural pride makes the Balearic Islands a particularly...
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Galicia Galicia
Here in this north-western pocket of the Spanish mainland lies a rich region of great diversity – a scenic coastline, shaped by fjord-like ‘rías’, an abundant land of wooded slopes, pretty stone villages and the occasional impressive silhouette of a historic city. It is on and around the spectacularly indented coastline of the Rías Baixas that many of our properties are to be found. Here, the three estuaries or drowned river...
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Costa de La Luz Costa de La Luz
The infinite beaches of Costa de la Luz, lined by pine groves, form an arch from Ayamonte to Tarifa, from the mouth of the Guadiana River to the Strait of Gibraltar. Costa de la Luz comprises sun and sand; the rivers flow in channels before reaching the sea; water and earth combine in the swamps, estuaries and salt mines. Its name comes from a bright, vivid light that highlights the comeliness...
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Costa Tropical Costa Tropical
The Costa Tropical is an enchanting area, only 40 minutes drive from Malaga Airport and it´s surrounding resorts, yet it´s a world away from away from the worst excesses of tourism. Almuñecar, La Herradura and Salobreña are the main coastal resorts of the area, whilst the backdrop of verdant valleys and rugged mountains are sprinkled with tiny un-spoilt whitewashed villages. The Costa Tropical gets it´s name from the local produce of...
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Costa Calida, Costa Calida,
The Costa Calida extends along 250km from the beach of Carolina in Aguilas, a few kilometers from the province of Almeria, to the beach at El Mojon on the boundary with Alicante. This stretch of Murcian coastline is blessed with 315 days of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 17 degrees. The area offers a diverse selection of activities for the visitor including all manner of water sports, hiking,...
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Central Spain Central Spain
The capital of Spain since 1562, is located on the geographic center of the Iberian Peninsula. Because of its central location and high altitude, the climate of Madrid is characterized by warm dry summers and cool winters. Madrid is a city of great monuments. Among its highlights are the medieval center dating back to the Habsburg Empire and the Prado Museum. But Madrid is not just a cultural destination. It is...
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Catalonia Catalonia
Best known apart from the capital, Barcelona, is of course the Mediterranean coast, Costa Brava,  with ample beaches and mild climate, doubtlessly a first rate touristical attraction. One shouldn't forget anyhow that Catalonia offers as well high mountain ranges, the PyreneesMontserrat,of  the inactive volcans of Garrotca, and a wide plain area in the region's center. Catalonia has a very marked culture of its own, most evidently of Mediterranean tradition, and is...
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Costa de Almeria, Costa de Almeria,
  The Costa Almeria is as varied as any of the Spanish Coasts. The coast is completely unspoilt. To the east of Almeria we find the rugged and desolate coast of the Cabo de Gata-Nijar natural park. This is an arid desert landscape and the annual rainfall here is less than 200mm. It is sparsely populated, few villages and a very low population density. Visitors feel a sense of exploration here...
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Costa Blanca North, Costa Blanca North,
  About Benidorm Benidorm is the leading tourist enclave on Spain's Mediterranean coast. It has a complete range of facilities and services to accomodate various millions of national and foreign tourists each year. Skyscrapers, avenues and newly opened streets in this busy urban centre facing the sea have been created to offer a modern yet tasteful city for holidays and fun. The Canfali hill, a promontory located in the centre of Benidorm...
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Costa Blanca South, Costa Blanca South,
  About Torrevieja: On a great plain, amongst lagoons, Torrevieja is located.  The current municipality grew next to a tower, the old one (la Vieja), which gave it its name. The area boasts some splendid beaches, with which it has developed its tourist capacity in combination with  the fishing and the salt-making tradition. The production of Salt in Torrevieja is one of the main in Europe, a  visit of "The Salinas"...
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Costa Del Sol Costa Del Sol
  The Costa Del Sol welcomes more than two million people a year who arrive at Malaga Interntional airport and head to one of the many resorts located along this stretch of coastline from Gibraltar in the west to Nerja in the east. The most well known resorts lie west of Malaga beginning with Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola and Mijas Costa. Further along the coast lies Marbell with its famous marina at...
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