Regions and coasts of Spain
Catalonia is one of the most famous autonomous regions of Spain, comprising 4 provinces with the capital in Barcelona.
The Mediterranean coast of Spain, located in the province of Alicante, belonging to the Autonomous Community of Valencia.
The picturesque area in northern Catalonia surprises by the abundance of pristine wildlife. On the background of majestic coastal cliffs the blue sea surface creates the illusion of complete freedom and infinity of space, instantly pulling out of grey routine.
The southernmost resort area on the Mediterranean coast of Spain, located in one of its best areas – sunny Andalusia.
Mallorca (the Balearic archipelago) is the largest of the islands of the Balearic archipelago. It is the administrative center of the Autonomous Community with its capital in Palma de Mallorca. This is one of the most prestigious resort areas in the world, located at an equal distance from the European continent and the African coast.
Murcia is famous for its tropical gardens, vineyards and olive groves. The autonomy has only one province with the capital in Murcia.
Tenerife (Canary Islands) is one of the seven inhabited islands that make up the Canary Archipelago which belongs to the Atlantic coasts of Spain. The largest and most densely populated of them is the most prestigious and visited.
Valencia is the third largest metropolis in Spain. It is a large port city.