Vasco (Basque Country/Euskadi)
Short History Of San Sebastian by Colin Aldridge
This city, also known as
Donostia, lies along a white sandy bay between the Urgull and Igeldo hills.
Fishermen's houses, a smart suburb and modern districts make it one of
the most attractive cities on the Cantabrian coast.
Vasco (Basque Country), Spain
Country Holidays - Bilbao, San Sebastian and Vitoria by
The Basque Country is an
autonomous community in northern Spain with capital city Vitoria. The region
borders France, and the locals harbour a proud and defiant nature with
strong support for a separate, united Basque state. The origins of their
local language Euskadi cannot be traced, like that of the Basque race itself....
Places to Visit in Vitoria Spain by Michael Lee
Vitoria in northern Spain
is less visited by British travellers than some of the Southern cities.
It's true the weather here is not as good as the South but with average
temperatures in the mid twenties during summer it is still a fantastic
place to consider visiting whilst you are in Spain...
Museum Bilbao by E Cho
The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao,
in Spain, was built in 1997 by Frank Gehry, a Pritzker Prize winning Canadian/American
Architect. Mr. Gehry is well known for his modern architecture, much of
which seems to defy logic with its curves and bends. Unlike many architects,
he completed construction of the museum on time and within the original
Costa Blanca Holiday is Popular With Climbing Enthusiasts
by John Bakers
A Costa Blanca vacation
in Spain is a sought after destination in summer or winter. For a totally
unique experience, think of the option of holidaying on a typical Spanish
beach. There is mountaineering, hiking, and sea kayaking tours. All are
a great way to enjoy nature and relax on your vacation....
Beaches - the Summer Paradise of the Mediterranean
by Igor Vragovic
With many kilometers of
fascinating beaches and blue sky all year round, Alicante is the perfect
place for getting in touch with the Mediterranean. Each year, several hundreds
thousands tourists visit our city of light, attracted by its true Spanish
flavour and numerous vacation opportunities. Its beaches are simply stunning.
Whether you prefer sand or rocks, Alicante does have interesting places
- a Tranquil Vacation Alternative by Ray Walberg
The Costa Blanca area on
the coast of the Mediterranean Sea in Spain is a hot spot for travelers
to and from Europe. Ever since the concept of the Costa Blanca was
developed by the British European Airlines as a way to spotlight this beautiful
area and the airline's new flight from London to the Alicante Airport,
the Costa Blanca region has been a successful player in the tourism game....
Cup 2007 in Valencia by Alex
An article is due on the
practicalities of attending the 32nd America’s Cup in Valencia, which will
draw huge international crowds this summer of 2007. All of the action will
take place in the America’s Cup Port, a magnificently designed complex
built specifically for this occasion by the local government of Valencia.
Undeniable Tourist Attraction by Kurt Schefken
Denia, Spain has been a
town of ups and downs for most of its history. The most famous part of
Denia is the ruins of a fortress that was initially constructed by the
Moors and then reconstructed and occupied by the French in the early 1800s...
A Magical Town In Alicante Spain by Lee Smith
The capital city of the
Baix Vinalopo District as well as the second largest city of the Alicante
Province, Elche is a charming tourist destination, situated within the
Valencian Autonomous Community, in the Costa Blanca Spanish region....
Golf Property in Costa Blanca by Peter Wilson
Sports for many people can
be considered a form of enjoyment and unconventional way of relaxation.
There are many forms of sport that you might want to take up. It depends
on what your outlook may be. Golfing for one is a very popular sport especially
for men. Not to say that women do not like the sport, it is actually the
Tourist Information by Gary Marshall
is the southernmost resort on the Costa del Azahar which is situated in
the Valencia region. This is still very much a working town, unlike many
of the resorts on the Costa Blanca to the south, although it does boast
around 12 miles (20km) of sandy beaches....
Fallas of Valencia by Alex
Explosions to the left and
to the right every 5 seconds, all colours of the rainbow on the dresses
of the locals jumping in frenzy to traditional music, millions of people
with no sleep for 4 days and giant 15-20 metre caricature effigies grinning
at you at every crossroad, many with hard-punching satire and even sexually
explicit scenes. This is Disneyland purchased by the Lord of the Underworld,
this is Fear and Loathing in Valencia – Las Fallas...
To Visit In Javea by Nigel A.
If you haven't given any
thought about your next vacation destination you should take Javea into
consideration. Besides the great beaches and the almost perfect weather
conditions, Javea has other things to offer that should be taken into consideration
by all tourist that visit this small town in Spain...
Best Things on Your Holidays to Costa Blanca by Jessica
Costa Blanca is a great
place to venue your holiday. It has a lot to offer from beaches to their
outdoor activities. This article will provide you the best things to you
holidays in Costa Blanca....
City of Arts and Sciences – Travel to 23rd Century by Alex
Sporting an entire paradigm
shift in travel, inviting you to the future, not the past, the City of
Arts and Sciences of Valencia should really have been selected as one of
the New Wonders of the World...
- The City That Has it All by Alex
Western Europe is such an
ultimate travel destination that anything worth seeing has already been
triple-packed. It is practically impossible to find a place that has major
attractions yet has retained its innocence. And, out of all countries,
Spain – the place where annual tourist head count overtakes that of its
residents – is a very unlikely candidate for such location.
Holidays - Alicante, Benidorm & Valencia Holiday Attractions
by Steve Greenwood
Valencia can be found on
the eastern coast of Spain and is bordered by the regions of Catalonia,
Aragon, Castilla la Mancha and Murcia. The official languages of the region
are Castilian Spanish, which everyone is required to know by law throughout
Spain under the Spanish Constitution of 1978, and also Valencia, which
is similar to Catalan but under a different name...
Spain - What A Great Travel Experience
dating back to 137 B.C., is what we now know as Valencia, Spain. If there
was any confusion as to where Valencia is or what it is known for, the
city's renovation with breathtaking architecture turned into museums, aquariums
and Imax cinemas plus the hosting of the world famous America's Cup 2007
has definitely put it on the map...
Valencia Spain Fallas Nowadays
Spain and especially Valencia
is filled with tradition, and Las Fallas is the most popular and outstanding
tradition in this marvellous city. It is a festival where everyone can
participate whether you are from the local land, a foreigner who has chosen
to spend some time there or an intentional tourist who has planned to visit
the city on purpose to find out what emotions can be lived...
10 things to do in Alicante by Aaron Hughes
10) Explore the Caves of
Canalobre… Surely, one of Spain's most impressive caves-Canalobre is about
24 kilometres outside the city. Hike to the top of Cabezon de Oro for a
stunning view of Alicante and watch the sunset from the cliff-tops....