More than 50 million foreigners visit Spain each year to get a taste of the Mediterranean lifestyle and to soak up some of its eternal sunshine….but Spain is much more than just sun, sea and a siesta on one of the beaches which line the never ending coastline. Delve inside España and discover the inner cities and hidden Spanish towns with winding streets and great restaurants which will let you feel the real Spanish heat.

Embark on the famous Camino de Santiago, (Way of St. James) which will lead on a route along the Atlantic coast to beautiful towns and villages in Galicia where you can sample the most famous dish in the region, fish.

Visit Catalonia and its capital Barcelona which is renowned for its architecture and its famous artists such as Gaudí, Miró and Dalí. Or travel to the centre of Spain and pass by Madrid, the cosmopolitan, cultural capital of the country which is best visited in spring or autumn when the temperatures are bearable.

A trip to Andalusia will take you back to the origins of Spain, in cities such as Seville, Granada and Malaga which have architectural treasures including the famous Alhambra Palace, the Alcazar and the Alcazaba castle.

Two of the most important cities in the Basque Country are San Sébastien, where you can relax on one of the most famous beaches in Spain, and Bilbao which is home to the famous Guggenheim Museum. Or, if it is sun holiday you are after, the Balearic Islands or the Canary Islands with their clear blue seas and skies are the perfect paradise.

A holiday in Spain is not complete without tasting authentic tapas, sangria and experiencing a Spanish fiesta such as Sanfermines in Pamplona or Las Fallas in Valencia.