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Spain will stir the soul. Explore varied landscapes, beautiful beaches, enticing islands, a gorgeous countryside, majestic mountains, historical sites, a layered culture, energetic nightlife, delicious cuisine, fine wine, and fun fiestas!


  • Visit Donostia-San Sebastian, a beautiful town on the Bay of Biscay in Spain’s mountainous Basque Country. Surf along luminous beaches, hike through lavish hillsides, explore an esteemed dining scene, and discover magnificent architecture.

  • Experience the Pamplona Bull Run; a thrilling, once in a lifetime opportunity. Witness the colossal bulls run the gauntlet, a famous festival that brings in millions of spectators each year.

  • Explore the majestic Pyrenees mountain range, stretching along the boarder of Spain and France, and full of hiking trails, national parks, and natural beauty.

  • Soak up the sun in Costa Brava, the coastal region of Catalonia. Take a sunset sailing tour to smell the sea, feel the sky, see spectacular sunset views, stop for a swim, enjoy the breeze, and learn basic sailing techniques, while enjoying a bottle of cava!

  • Oh, beautiful Barcelona. This city is worth at least a few nights stay. See iconic sites such as Park Güell and La Sagrada Família Basilica, Antonio Gaudí’s beautiful basilica which is known worldwide as an architectural phenomenon. Eat slowly while sipping delicious wine and people watching in one of the plaza squares, where locals and tourists of all ages mix and mingle into the late evening hours.

  • Visit the town of Buñol on the last Wednesday of August for La Tomatina Festival, or, “The World’s Largest Food Fight.” Take part in the mayhem and throw over-ripe tomatoes into the streets. Make sure to wear old clothes, and maybe goggles too!

  • Stop at Granada, a city in Spain’s Andalusia region in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Explore castles, monumental churches, tapas bars, graffiti art, and the Alhambra – a breathtaking Moorish palace.

  • Next, visit Seville – the capital of Spain’s Andalusia region. Drink local wine, taste traditional tapas, and partake in various cultural activities, including the renown Flamenco concerts.

Good to know

  • Most stores will be closed during siesta hours which are 2pm until 5pm, so plan accordingly!​

  • Spain is divided into three distinct weather regions. The best time to visit Spain will depend on where you're heading, but generally - the early part of summer and beginning of autumn are good times to visit most regions

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