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Cueva De Can Marca (Caves of San Marca)

Located in San Miguel and the bay of Puerto San Miguel is a natural formation that doesn’t involve sand and surf. More than 100,000 years old, the Cueva De Can ...  Read more

D'Alt Vila (Old Ibiza Town)

Get off the beach and explore the history of Ibiza for a day. Old Ibiza Town or D’Alt Vila (meaning High Town) is the perfect place to get lost on quaint ...  Read more

El Escorial

Once just a sleepy little resort town 28 mi (45 km) northwest of Madrid, San Lorenzo de El Escorial now hosts thousands of tourists coming in throngs to see ...  Read more

Fire Mountains (Montañas del Fuego)

A vast range of black and red peaks dominating the landscape of the Timanfaya National Park, the evocatively named Fire Mountains (Montañas de Fuego) ...  Read more

Formentera

Known as the sister island of Ibiza, Formentera is a tiny little chunk of land featuring nearly untouched sandy beaches and crystal clear water. Unlike its big ...  Read more

Generalife Gardens

The Generalife was built as a summer palace for the Muslim emirs, a place of retreat where they could kick back with their harems and take some time away ...  Read more

Gibraltar

There's really nowhere quite like Gibraltar. A little piece of England looking out from Spain to the coast of Africa, with a rock fabled in ancient ...  Read more

Giralda Tower (El Giraldillo)

There is no more perfect symbol of Seville's layered history than the Giralda Tower (or El Giraldillo) the bell tower of the city's cathedral. It stands a ...  Read more

Gothic Quarter

Barcelona's Gothic Quarter (Barri Gótic) dates from medieval times, featuring narrow winding roads and impressively haunting architecture. On the ...  Read more

Gran Canaria Casa de Colon

Charming Casa de Colon was reportedly a rest and repair stop for Columbus and his ship, La Pinta, en route to the New World in 1492. Originally ...  Read more

Gran Vía

Meaning "Great Road", Gran Vía is a main thoroughfare in Madrid, built to connect Calle de Alcalá to Plaza de España. Lined with a ...  Read more

Ibiza Castle

The Ibiza Castle, also known as Eivissa Castle, is located in Old Town Ibiza. A top the town’s massive hill the castle and it’s other buildings can be found, ...  Read more

Jewish Quarter (Judería)

Sprinkled across the Spanish Peninsula, you'll come across Jewish Quarters known as juderías. In Córdoba, which was once considered the most ...  Read more

La Boqueria Market

Barcelona’s busiest market and arguably one of Europe’s most popular food markets, La Boqueria Market, or Mercat de La Boqueria, is a vibrant hub of ...  Read more

La Sagrada Familia

Its multicolored towers piercing the blue sky, La Sagrada Familia is no doubt the most iconic structure in Barcelona. The church, located in L'Eixample, has ...  Read more

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