This lively city is close to the Mediterranean but also has many legacies of past cultures found within.
Rota is the nearest town to where the Elba Costa Ballena is found, and is well worth a visit.
This pretty little town is found near Malaga on the Costa Del Sol, and has access to 23km of coastline with the impressive Sierra Bermeja mountain range looming large in the background.
With an average all year round temperature of between 23 and 25º C, 150 km of sandy beaches, dunes, marshes and volcanic landscape Fuerteventura has spectacular natural attributes which have been recognised by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve.
The unique beauty and diversity of its landscapes make it stand out and attract numerous tourists: volcanic caves, lava lakes and craters combined with beautiful golden sand beaches and crystal clear waters. This natural heritage was named a Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO in 1993.
Comunidad de Madrid
There is a well-known saying: From Madrid to Heaven! ... and it’s a fact that the capital of Spain stands out for its beauty, history, culture and tradition. There are many things to see and do in Madrid, a city that can suit all tastes and budgets.
Found at the centre of what’s called the Costa Tropical of Granada, Motril boasts a marina and many blue flag beaches which run from Salobreña until Castell de Ferro.