Spain Guide: Tourism in Spain

Spain Guide: Tourism in SpainSpain is populated with a great deal of vacationer visiting the country every summer especially the Costa Blanca region which lies with towns along the beach. A 300+ of sunny days each year awaita you in this wonderful province of Alicante in Eastern Spain which makes it a amazing tourist destination one would wish to transport to immediately.

Spain’s tourism industry succeed because of the following reasons:

Spain Transportation:

Spain has a good air and road transportation system.
For air travel, there’s AirEuropa which has several flight destination around Spain. Spanair also operates in Spain and throughout Europe. It has flights between Washington, DC, and Madrid. Air France also flies to Spain and there’s another site that tracks flights to and from various destinations in Spain and other European countries which is easyJet.com.

Visitors can access Spain either by land, by ferry or by air but majority of travellers arrive by air. Airlines flying to Spain are Clickair, Vueling, Charter airlines, Air Europa, Air Berlin and the national airline which is Iberia.

Coastal beaches: Beach resorts in Spain

Spain has 4 major regions that lie along the Mediterranean waters.

  • Catalonia community. The Costa Daurada, Costa Brava and Costa Del Meresme. France and Spain inland vacationers mostly favored staying in this area.
  • Valencian Community. Costa Blanca. This is the best choice for holiday makers largely from UK and Germany because here lies the coastal town of Javea with it’s beautiful beaches. It’s also the Spain’s well-developed coastal region. Aside from Costa Blanca, Costa del Azahar is also found in this community.
  • Costa Calida lies in the region of Murcia
  • Andalucia region. The Costa de Almería, the Costa del Sol, the Costa Tropical and the Costa de la Luz lie in this region.

Family Holiday Villas:
Javea rentals and holidays in Moraira in Costa Blanca are the most preferred accommodation for tourists especially those who are traveling on a budget in Spain. Most of these low cost direct villa holidays in Moraira, inexpensive Javea villa rentals and a very affordable holiday apartments to rent which are either set close to the beach or in the hills overlooking lovely mountain views or at the top of mountain hills and cliffs in a great location with great views to the Mediterranean sea. Private parking and garden pool are well offered as special amenities.

Religion history:
The country holds some of the holiest places for the Catholic Church that is why Spain is highly regarded by the Catholics. The country holds the most sacred places for the Catholics such the city of Santiago de Compostela, Caravaca de la Cruz, and city of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia after Vatican City and Jerusalem.This bring a lot of tourists in the form of pilgrims and other believers especially during the holy week and Christian holidays.

Lively night life:

Spain is highly attuned to late-night life and nightlife is part of the Spanish culture.
Madrid is a paradise for nightlife lovers and Barcelona’s party scene is spectacular as the city itself. Just to experience night energy, overnight clubs and night parties such as Kapital and Pacha bring tourists to Spain.

Archaeological destinations:
Spain is filled with museums and art galleries. Museo El Prado is famous for its collection of arts from ancient times and is also one of the most visited museums in the world. Countries national museum which are also included are The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia and The Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando. The country’s investment on tourism have made the country’s ideal growth and earnings achievable over the years.

Progressively, Spain stayed a year-round holiday maker vacation spot attracting more and more visitors from around the world. But by just thinking of Spain and summer your thoughts surely will drift to hot sunny days with clear blue skies.

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