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The land of flamenco and tapas awaits with a myriad of exciting discoveries. Thrill in the delights of flamenco in Andalucía or revel in the bohemian atmosphere of the Balearic Islands and discover secluded islands and bubbling beachfront towns in a variety of colourful destinations bursting with life.
- Flight time: 2-5 hours
- Passport & Visa: No visa required for British passport holders
- Currency: Euro
- Time Zone: GMT+1
- Language: Spanish
Each area of Spain possesses its own unique regional identity, some of the main ones for holidaymakers include:
- Balearic Islands
- Basque Country
- Canary Islands
Food & Drink
It would be a crime to visit Spain without sampling the delicious treats that are on offer, dine in the traditional style with numerous miniature dishes for a kaleidoscope of flavours. From varieties of Croquettas to mouth-watering Chorizo, Spanish tapas is the ultimate dining experience. For a truly Spanish dish, sample one of the many varieties of paella on offer and experience mouth-watering flavours and unique presentation. During the Christmas period, the traditional Turrón is devoured in homes across Spain, available year-round this almond-nougat is a good way to sample a sweet taste of Spain and is convenient enough to take home as gifts.
Spain is home to several iconic filming locations for the well-known television series Game of Thrones. Visit Seville for a real-life glimpse of Dorne and its capital Sunspear or take a trip to Córdoba which played host to scenes involving the Long Bridge of Volantis. A variety of other locations within Spain were also used for filming to showcase the different kingdoms, so keep an eye out for them as you travel around your sun-drenched destination. For movie buffs, classic films such as The Sun Also Rises, Star Wars, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Die Another Day and Lawrence of Arabia filmed many of their scenes in Spain.