Many different vacations or holidays are available to satisfy every kind of traveler, whether single, a couple or with a family. The vacations can be enjoyable for everyone if you take into account the preferences of the traveler. There are many destinations around the world where you can find accommodations on the beach or a city skyscraper for a beautiful view.
You can, surely, find such accommodations anywhere but Spain is one place that offers both. Spending your holidays in Spain allows you to meet the preferences of all travelers and experience both the beach and the city in Spain without leaving the region.
Enjoy both the Beach and City in Spain
The cities of Spain offer much art, culture, history, entertainment, good food, and fun. However, what is so fabulous about this destination is that you can be in the exciting city and shortly thereafter relaxing at the beach, golfing or swimming. The Costa Blanca region is an extremely popular region, particularly for its beautiful coastline along the Mediterranean Sea.
The Alicante Airport is the main airport for the Costa Blanca region and not far from the quaint Costa Blanca cities. The climate is beautiful all year round, though the summers in the city can become quite hot, fortunately, the beach is always nearby for some cooling and relaxation. Otherwise, the temperatures are generally perfect for swimming yet comfortable for sightseeing.
Spanish culture, museums, and art can be found in any of Spain’s cities and, especially, in the larger metropolitan cities such as Madrid and Barcelona. Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a world center for finance and commerce, but it is a city for both those taking care of business as well as those visiting on vacation or holiday.
Barcelona is the second largest city of Spain and is the capital of the Catalonia community, one of Spain’s seventeen autonomous communities. Barcelona is on the northeast tip of Spain along the coastline with the Pyrenees mountain range approximately 100 miles north. It hosted the 1888 World’s Fair as well as the 1992 Summer Olympics.
In addition to the many museums and other attractions, Spain is also known for its regular festivals and fiestas, as holidays occur throughout the entire year. In Spain, you can relax, party and learn about the culture equally as hard. One of Spain’s many holiday celebrations, though, is a great opportunity to party and experience the local culture at the same time. For example, you can visit the Merida Theatre anytime of the year but its annual festival is in the summer. During this festival, the Greco-Latin authors present their work on the stage in this Roman-style theatre.