Spain is blessed with two major tourist capitals Madrid and Barcelona and a handful of other notables such as Seville, Valencia, Grenada and Murcia. It has a full range of seasons but only ever gets really cold higher up in the mountain ranges it has; the Pyrenees and the Sierra Nevada,
Spain’s volcanic Canary Islands (don’t let the volcanoes put you off) are the ultimate getaway for cyclists and holidaymakers alike! The Canary Islands’ optimal position off the coast of Africa ensures that they are sun-kissed all year round. The Sky cycling team have even made the Canaries (specifically Tenerife) their base for winter and altitude training, owing to their strategic landscape and year-round picturesque weather.
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Ibiza located in the Baleric Islands is a popular tourist destination in Spain. It is popular mostly with the younger crowd of tourists coming from different countries mostly in Europe.
This part of Mallorca (Spain) has some of the most spectacular and beautiful scenery to be found on the whole Island. With the Tramuntana mountain range as a backdrop to the beautiful coastline. Along with its many sandy beaches and delightful coves which offer clear aquamarine seas, making this area a perfect holiday destination.
Cambrils located in the Costa Dorada might be a great place for a holiday.
The historical city of Malaga in the Andalusian region of Spain has over the years grown to be a major destination for tourists. Blessed with a warm climate and beautiful beaches you can enjoy a relaxing family holiday in one of the many hotels along the shoreline. With sweeping views over the Mediterranean Ocean you can enjoy the fresh ocean air whilst eating fresh seafood.