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Flamenco in Andalucia, Spain
Andalucía (Andalusia) - Land of Flamenco, the exciting music and dance in the region, down in the sunny south of Spain.  Great monumental cities await you - visit Granada's fascinating Alhambra Palace or Córdoba's Mezquita, imbibe the history and splendour of Sevilla.  Enjoy the art, dining, shopping and culture in Málaga city. Looking for a beach holiday?  Choose from the Costa del Sol, Costa de la Luz or Costa de Almería for those endless sandy beaches, the warm Mediterranean sea or the cooler Atlantic ocean.  A little of everything in this exciting area of Spain... Casa Rural El Olivar, Rural Bed & Breakfast, Iznájar, Córdoba Province
A rural paradise amongst Andalusian olive groves, with a stunning view over the hills and the quiet blue of the dramatically shaped lake...
The Aragon Pyrenees, Spain Aragón - Located in northern Spain, this region comprises three provinces:  Zaragoza, Teruel and Huesca.  Relatively unspoiled by tourism, this is a beautiful and historic region with the Aragón Pyrenees forming the central portion of the Spanish Pyrenees.  Being so close to the mountains, the area is ideal for Pyrenees trekking in the warmer months and skiing in the winter. Visit the Mudejar and Romanic architecture and don't miss Zaragoza, the capital of Aragón...  Parador de Bielsa, Aragón Pyrenees
This welcoming mountain enclave is located in the eastern sloping Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park. It was declared to be a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997...
Picos de Europa in Asturias, Spain Asturias - Part of what is termed "Green Spain", Asturias has some of the most beautiful rural scenery in the whole of the country. As well as spectacular snow topped mountains such as the Picos de Europa, there are deep valleys, rolling foothills and an outstanding coastline. Situated on the northern coastal strip of the Iberian Peninsula, the Atlantic Ocean bounds it to the north and the high Cantabrian mountain range to the South.  There are fascinating cities to visit like Aviles, Gijon and Oviedo...  Finding a suitable accommodation is a very important part of your vacation, so make sure to inform yourself properly before making a booking. To avoid paying too much for a hotel, check this site to compare your alternatives and prices....
The Balearic Islands of Spain Balearic Islands - Off the Spanish mainland can be found a group of beautiful islands.  The four main islands are Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca (Majorca) and Menorca.  Each island has a distinct character all its own with Ibiza being the trendiest resort, well known for its nightlife but with charm and rural qualities too, Formentera a smaller island is more of an annex to Ibiza, Mallorca is a popular and beautiful destination with the capital Palma a popular city and Menorca a more subdued, but beautiful and quiet location...  Fornalutx Petit Hotel, Mallorca
Small charming hotel, located at the foot of the mountains Sierra de Tramuntana. The hotel was some years ago a nuns convent and the school of the village, is located in an narrow street without traffic....
The Canary Islands of Spain Canary Islands - Located off the north African coast is a group of islands known as the Canary Islands.  While the most popular touristic islands are Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Isla de la Palma, Lanzarote and Tenerife, there seven islands in total, offering something for everyone.  Experience the island of eternal spring in Tenerife, view volcanos in the landscape and endless sandy beaches, including some with black volcanic sand.  Modern cities along with the quainter, friendly rural villages offer tasty local cuisine...  Hotel Rural La Quinta Roja, Garachico 
The great house of the Marquesses of "La Quinta Roja" in the north of Tenerife, nowadays the hotel of the same name, is one of the finest examples of the architecture of the island´s Baroque period ...
Cantabria, in Green Spain. Cantabria - A lush and beautiful area of Green Spain with gorgeous countryside, mountainous landscapes and an attractive sea coast.  In the area, visit prehistoric caves of the first residents of the Iberian Peninsula.  Attractive cities include Santander and Santillana del Mar offer seaside holidays with all the shopping and dining experiences you could wish for.  Both in winter and summer, enjoy the Picos de Europa, which extend from Asturias into Cantabria, offering wonderful mountainous scenery...  Parador de Santillana Gil Blas, Santillana del Mar 
The lovely mansion of the Barreda-Bracho family, in the square of Santillana del Mar, a town declared a National Monument, whose origins go back to the 7th century...
Castilla-La Mancha region of Spain Castilla-La Mancha - Sprawling across the central plains of Spain, this autonomous region encompasses the provinces of Toledo, Ciudad Real, Cuenca, Guadalajara, and Albacete. It is in the historical region of New Castile. Its plains are drained by the Tagus and the Guadiana rivers, and it is bordered by the Iberian range, the Baetic range, and the Morena range.  Wonderful mountainous scenery and valley views, historic cities and castles are well worth the visit... read more Parador de Alarcón, Alarcón, Cuenca
This authentic 8th Century fortress is situated on a promontory above the meandering river Júcar, on the Manchego-Levantinas border. The hotel occupies the medieval castle of the Marqueses de Villena...
Segovia in Spain Castilla y León - This historic region of Spain includes the provinces of Valladolid, Burgos, León, Salamanca, Zamora, Palencia, and Segovia. Resting on an elevated central plateau, the regionis traversed by the Duero river, and two of its provinces are close to the Portuguese border where it becomes the Douro river.  The area produces the popular and delicious Ribera del Duero wines.  Capital of the region is Valladolid, and its other best-known cities are Burgos, Salamanca, León, and Segovia.... read more Meson Leonor, Soria
Hotel with enchantment in Soria. The Leonor Hotel is in the beautiful parque del Mirón, from where there is a beautiful panoramic view on the Duero river, Monte de las Ánimas and the old town ...
Temple de la Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain Cataluña or Catalonia - Famous for its capital city, the iconic Barcelona, and for its sprawling winelands, this region embodies the cliche, "something for everyone."  The scenic rural areas, vineyards and endless sandy beaches of the Costa Brava and Costa Dorada complete the offer.  A suggestion is a few days exploring Barcelona's sights, including the fascinating creations of Antoni Gaudi, followed by relaxation, either on the beach or in the lush and peaceful countryside...  Mas Masaller Rural Bed & Breakfast, Cruilles, Baix Emporda
Mas Masaller is a 13th-century farmhouse reformed in 2010, located in Cruïlles, next to La Bisbal d’Empordà, at the foot of the Gavarres Hills (declared an Area of Natural Interest)....
Roman ruins in Merida, Spain Extremadura - This historic region includes the provinces of Cáceres and Badajoz and some of its important cities are Cáceres, Badajoz, Plasencia and Mérida, its capital.  The area is important for its wildlife, particularly with the major reserve at Monfragüe.  Badajoz and Cáceres are, respectively, the largest and second-largest provinces of Spain.  The area contains some particularly fascinating Roman ruins, especially at Mérida....  Parador de Cáceres, Cáceres
The ancient Torreorgaz Palace is built on Arabic foundations with a linteled door and a Baroque coat of arms. It is in the heart of the Cáceres's old town and artistic centre, which has been declared a World Heritage Site...
Lugo, a city in Galicia, Spain Galicia - Welcome to the very heart of "Green Spain."  Scenic and beautiful, Galicia offers lush mountainscapes and historic and truly beautiful cities, including Santiago de Compostela.  That city is  the ultimate aim of the pilgrims travelling the famous "Way of St James," or "El Camino de Santiago." This city was declared the European City of Culture in 2000 and the honour was truly deserved.  However, all cities in this region boast a true wealth of historic buildings  from Celtic forts and Roman ruins, to Gothic and neo-classical architectural masterpieces...  Hotel CV Monte do Gozo, near Santiago de Compostela
The Monte Do Gozo hotel and holiday complex is located three kilometers from Santiago de Compostela, on the final stretch of the pilgrimage route...
La Rioja - Just the name of the region conjures up images of wooden casks and dewed bottles of excellent wines. The capital is Logroño and the region is bordered by the Basque Country (province of Álava), Navarra, Aragon (province of Zaragoza), and Castile and León (provinces of Soria and Burgos). The Río Ebro flows through this region, as does the Río Oja, for which the region is named. Other cities and towns to visit include Calahorra, Arnedo, Haro, San Asensio, Navalsaz, and Nájera.  And the wine?  World-class..  Hotel Marqués de Riscal, Elceigo
Set in the Rioja wine region, the Hotel Marqués de Riscal the boutique Hotel Marqués de Riscal is housed in a landmark avant-garde property designed by Frank Gehry, with his trademark curved metal flourishes ...
A view of Madrid, Spain Madrid Community - Located right in the heart of Spain and encompassing the Spanish capital, the community of Madrid was a popular one with the Castilian monarchs, with its abundant forests and game. These days the region hosts a world-class city of impressive proportions with many interesting touristic sites.  The current King and Queen still live in the area too.  While the temperatures can be somewhat extreme, a region well worth the visit...  Condesa de Chinchón, Chinchón
The charmingly rustic Condesa de Chinchon is named after a painting by Goya, and situated two blocks from the main square of picturesque Chinchon, 30 kilometers from Madrid...
Murcia Cathedral, Spain Region of Murcia - Situated on the southeastern side of Spain between Andalucía and Valencia, the area is a primarily agricultural one with many attractive and traditional towns and lots of historical interest. The area offers wonderful rural accommodation options for those seeking peace and quiet.  For beachlovers, the Costa Calida ("warm coast") is right on the Mediterranean sea and offers fine sand, great food and plenty of water sports.  The capital city, Murcia, also has many historic and touristic attractions and many excellent restaurants offering all types of cuisines.... Casa Pedro Barrera, Boutique Hotel, La Almudema, Caravaca de la Cruz (Murcia)
This unique 300 year old "cortijo" (farmhouse), set in almond groves, was once owned by the famous bullfighter Pedro Barrera Elbal. Lovingly renovated...
Puente De La Reina, on Way of St. James, Navarra, Spain Navarra - In northern Spain, and bordered by the Basque region, La Rioja, Aragon and France, Navarra is a beautiful green and mountainous region.  The capital city, Pamplona, is best known for the annual "San Fermin" festival or "Running of the Bulls" and is, of course, well worth visiting at any time of the year and was an important feature in the plot of Ernest Hemingway's book "The Sun Also Rises."  Olite is another fascinating visit, with its medieval old town and all cities in the region have many historical attractions. The lush green countryside is perfect for a rural and relaxing holiday... read more AH San Fermin Suites, Pamplona
Situated on the outskirts of Pamplona, famous for its San Fermin festival (the running of the bulls) held in July, the hotel provides a great base for discovering this attractive and endearing city, the mountain ranges that surround ...
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain País Vasco - Basque Country - The area is also know as Euskal Herria by the Basque people.  A beautifully unspoiled area of the country with mountains and forests, the area covers three provinces, Guipúzcoa, Bizkaia and Álava.  The region has many attractions including the fascinating Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, designed by Frank Gehry, a Pritzker Prize winning Canadian/American Architect.  The region is a welcome relief from the heat of southern Spain and does tend to have quite a bit of rain. The regional cuisine is a tasty delight, with dishes not seen elsewhere in the country...  Parador de Hondarribia,  Guipúzcoa
The hotel occupies a beautiful castle built by the king of Navarre, Sancho Abarca, in the 10th century. The building still retains the appearance and atmosphere of an original medieval fortress ... 
The City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain Valencian Community - Famous for being the birthplace of that wonderful rice dish, paella, the Valencian Community is also host to some fascinating architecture, including the City of Arts and Sciences.  Designed by Santiago Calatrava, the building is futuristic and fascinating and built of many shapes.  Altogether a definite must-visit on your Spanish holiday in the Valencia area.  The region has much more to offer though, including gorgeous beaches on the Costa Blanca and Costa del Azahar.... Spa Natura Resort, Peñíscola
A spa with rural-style holiday dwellings- the ideal place for a tranquil holiday surrounded by nature on the Costa del Azahar.  Relax and make the most of the excellent spa centre in this complex....

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Cal Ruget Biohotel, Eco Country House, Vilobí del Penedès, Barcelona Province
Located in the heart of the Penedès, one of the major wine producing areas and cava in the world, Cal Biohotel Ruget is surrounded by a sea of endless vineyards, ensuring a constantly changing landscape. With an excellent location, offering magnificent views of the mountains of Montserrat to the north and the magnificent Castel Sant Martí Sarroca southwest, and the littoral plain and Penedes. The house, built in the early SXX, has the structure of a typical rural building in the area, a farmhouse, with many details typical of this type of architecture. The property, which occupies an area of 10,000 m2, has his own own vineyard, an organic garden and a large garden with pool and lots of corners designed to relax and enjoy unparalleled peace of mind.
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