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Spain, a country on Europe’s Iberian Peninsula, includes 17 autonomous regions with diverse geography and cultures. Capital city Madrid is home to the Royal Palace and Prado museum, housing works by European masters. Segovia has a medieval castle (the Alcázar) and an intact Roman aqueduct. Catalonia’s capital, Barcelona, is defined by Antoni Gaudí’s whimsical modernist landmarks like the Sagrada Família church.
A vacation in Spain can easily be spent taking part in the country's quintessential activities: Eating paella, sipping espresso at a café along a treelined street, or drinking cider and eating tapas until late in the night. But beyond the cathedrals and Flamenco, Spain is a modern country that also offers world-class art museums, some of the world's best gastronomic cuisine, and bustling nightlight. Whether you like to stroll in the park or dance 'til dawn after an exciting, tapas- and wine-filled evening, there's something for everyone in Spain. Here are 11 top things to do.
Spain has so many treasures and so much history and culture that it’s nearly impossible to turn a corner without stumbling upon something fascinating. It is a country so special and unique that those who visit for the first time will most likely feel right at home, and will almost always return.
There are more than 200 beaches around Mallorca’s beautiful coastline. Over 30 of these are designated as ‘Blue Flag’, which assures not just the water quality but the provision of bathroom facilities, lifeguards and other tourism services.
Mallorca's beaches range from long stretches of golden sand sliding into shallow blue seas to quiet rocky coves with crystal clear waters. Many of the bigger beaches have been claimed by resorts but there are many more to discover off the beaten track.
The north and south have the largest sandy beaches, whilst the east coast is filled with pretty little coves with sheltered turquoise seas. The west coast is famous for its rugged mountainous coastline, cliff edges dominate the landscape which means there are only a few small beaches to visit.
The Tenerife water park Aqualand is located in the south of the island, in Costa Adeje (Arona) near Playa las Americas. You can now enjoy one of the world's best bird of prey shows.
Tenerife’s Siam Park, crowned as one of the best water attractions in the world, is sure to send your pulse racing with its 28m high ‘Tower of Power’ and its dark Volcano vortex-style slide. If you like a real challenge, set yourself a mission to conquer the Mekong Rapids and career through wild waters in fun family-sized rafts. You don’t have to be an adrenaline addict to enjoy the park as there are also tranquil gardens to explore and purpose-built sandy beaches.
Canarian cuisine refers to the typical dishes and ingredients in the cuisine of the Canary Islands, and it constitutes an important element in the culture of its inhabitants. Its main features are its freshness, variety, simplicity, and the richness of its ingredients (which may be a result of the long geographical isolation the islands suffered), the mix of seafood and meat dishes, its cultural influences and the low knowledge of it by the rest of the world. Canarian cuisine is influenced by other cultures, specially the aboriginal inhabitants of the islands (Guanches) and Latin American cuisine (specially after the 20th-century Canarian migration to Latin America). Some African influences still prevail as well.
Many small dishes are presented in the Canary Islands as appetizers, or snacks (tapas), which are known locally as enyesques.
Mojo (pronounced mO-ho) is a sauce served with many dishes, which is made mainly of oil, garlic, vinegar, salt, red pepper, thyme, cumin, coriander and several other spices. The two main kinds of mojo are rojo (red, often served with meat) and verde (green, often served with fish), though both can be served with potatoes. Spicy red mojo is called mojo picón. This recipe is the base of the mojos of Latin America, especially Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela, due to heavy Canarian emigration, and have also influenced the cuisines of the non-Hispanic Caribbean islands.
Created by Victor & Suse, water sports enthusiast back in 2007, Watersports Fuerteventura is dedicated to provide you with the best windsurfing, surfing, kitesurfing lessons and Jet Ski excursions in the island.
They are a team of international & experienced instructors in different sports who can conduct the lessons in German, Spanish, Italian, French and English.
Together they have the most amazing good vibes, the best quality of equipment and the best teaching methods. Not only will you learn the sport of your dream, but you will also learn their philosophy of life.
Watersports Fuerteventura is respectful of the environment, creating a sustainable company to the environment and resources.
They constantly participated in cleaning campaigns with Clean Ocean Project, Surfrider Foundation, in addition to the internal workings of separation of waste by category, cleaning of beaches nearby, and garbage found in the sea.
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