Sightseeing in Spain

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Sightseeing in Balearic Islands

Spain is famous for being one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world. The marvelous country has a lot to offer: high mountains, clear sea waters, a vast architectural and cultural heritage, breathtaking landscapes, bullfights, passo doble, flamenco and tasty cuisine. One of the most popular destination is Spain is the Balearic Islands. The Balearic Islands are renowned by UNESCO as World Heritage Site. There are a lot of places where tourists can go sightseeing here: the Sa Dragonera Natural Park, The Mondrago Natural Park, Hams Cave, Palma Market, San Francisco Monastery, Almudaina- Ibiza Castle, Portal Nou Gate, the Santo Domingo Church, the Minorca Museum, and the Mallorca Museum. They are all found in these wonderful islands that enjoy a Mediterranean climate, with warm, delicate sun, and long, picturesque beaches where people go to enjoy the experiences of a lifetime.

Sightseeing in Ibiza

When you hear Ibiza, you hear sun, water, and lots of fun. Ibiza is a city dating back to 654 BC, built by the Carthaginians. It was later ruled by both the Romans and by the Arabs. The Sa Penya region and the Dalt Vila region are the two main destinations in Ibiza. If you go sightseeing, don't miss the City Hall, the Cathedral, the Episcopal Palace, The Santo Domingo Church, the Vara de Rey Boulevard, the Botafoc lighthouse, and the town of Sa Caleta.

Sightseeing in Costa Brava

Costa Brava is a mixture of natural beauty and amazing architecture. Positioned between the mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, Costa Brava offers images that please the eye and nurture the soul. The natural beauty and the historical structures that are found all over the city make it look like an oasis in the desert. If you decide to travel to Costa Brava, visit the Sant Marti Church, the Roman Bridge, the Miracle Sanctuary, the Augustinian monastery, the Solsona Cathedral, and the Besalu Old Quarter.


If you go to Spain, choose a villa instead of a hotel. They are private, have wonderful conditions, and are situated in picturesque regions. The villas are the places where a tourist can really feel the spirit of Spain, the places where he or she can enjoy the beauty of the tradition and culture of this amazing country. If you are in search of a holiday destination, choose Spain. You won't regret it!!

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This article was published on 2010/10/01