Spain has a lot to offer in terms of variety and adventure. Beyond the sunny beaches and Moorish architecture of the Mediterranean South, Spain comes across, surprisingly, as a major adventure and winter sports destination in Europe.
From the sultry mid afternoon sun that bathes the Spanish beaches along the Mediterranean Sea, to the cities that blend the old with the new, to the deep rivers valleys and snow-peaks up north; Spain is a complete holiday destination that offers more than you want from your vacations.
With TSI Holidays outbound packages for Spain, you can explore the Pyrenees that segregate Spain from France, ski at the resorts in the north, and travel through the lush green landscape and river valleys in Galicia, or just relax and sunbathe on the beach.
The capital of Andalucia, Spain, Seville is popular for its Moorish monuments, old buildings, Santa Cruz and the Guadalquivir River.
Malaga is set along the Mediterranean Sea and its coast Costa del Sol, as it is popularly known, is a haven for tourists in love with sun and sand.
A port city on the Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona is the second most important city in Spain. Sightseeing tours of Barcelona will give you a taste of the modern Spain thriving at ease with its Moorish past. Visit the Gothic Quarter and Gothic Cathedral, City Hall Building, Episcopal Palace, Church of the sacred family, Museum and the Museum of Catalan Art, Gaudi’s designed buildings, parks and ancient homes.
A city founded by the moors that ruled the region in the 9th century, Madrid is now the capital of Spain. Tours to Madrid with TSI Holidays reveals the old heritage structures surviving amidst the progressive cityscape. Sightseeing in Madrid takes you too the 17th century Botanical Gardens (el Retiro), Parque del Oeste and the Casa de Campo parks, Prado Museum, El Casón del Buen Retiro, Archaeological Museum, Picasso’s at Reina Sofia Art Center.
La Costa Calida
The warm coast in English, La Costa Calida is another beach destination in Spain and holds attraction for tourists for its water sports and Mar Menor (salt-water lagoon).
An island in the Mediterranean Sea in its white colored houses, green landscapes and clear blue sky is an ideal gateway from the popular beaches and tourist destinations in Spain.