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Bull fighter in Madrid

Spain has many activities to offer its visitors. Among the most popular are watersports, golfing, sailing, fishing, cycling and hiking.

Golf course on Costa del Sol

Year round warmth and sunshine make a Spanish golf holiday very attractive, whether for a long weekend or an extended stay.

Surfer in Spain

Among the most popular watersports in Spain are swimming, diving, waterskiing, surfing and windsurfing.

Motorboats in Spanish bay

Spain is one of the great sailing and yachting destinations in Europe, with more than 200 sailing harbors dotted across both its Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts.

Vineyard in Ribero del Duero

A tour of the wineries of Spain is a perfect way to get to know the countryside and to taste some of the local wines.

Cyclists in Spain

Spain offers the cyclist a great range of cycling holidays, from the Andalusian coastline to the Catalonian drama of a Pyrenees decent.

Hiking in Sierra Nevada

One of the most famous hiking routes in Spain is the medieval route to Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain.

Skiing in the Spanish Pyrenees

Spain has two well-developed destinations for skiing holidays; one is in the Pyrenees, the other in Sierra Nevada.

Sea fishing from a Spanish Beach

Spain has salt water fishing, including big game fishing, along its coasts, and fresh water fishing in the many rivers and lakes.

Motorway in Spain

Spain has some of the best motorways and major roads in Europe, all of which makes driving an absolute pleasure.

Olive harvest in Andalusia Spain

Spain is by far the world's biggest producer of olive oils, and some of the best oils are found here.

Spanish Tapas

Traditional Spanish dishes are based on the local crops and ingredients found regionally. Because of this, food in Spain can vary significantly depending on which region you are visiting.