Spain is more than just bullfights, flamenco and crowded beaches. It is a very different place inside, with landscapes and cultures so different that they seem different countries.
From the almost “Irish” north – thanks to the green hills, imposing mountain scenery and endless cliffs – to the more Mediterranean south, where a taste of Morocco hovers in the landscapes, art and architecture. Gradually passing by the fjords and rolling hills of Galicia, the spectacular mountain ranges of Asturias, the Basque Country and the endless vineyards of the ancient kingdom of Navarre. Not forgetting, of course, the renewed Madrid and the nightlife of Barcelona. Spain is also the country of the Alhambra and the white villages of Andalusia, the Almeria desert and the endless expanses of orange and lemon plantations around Valencia. If you add to this the Balearic Islands (with the hectic life of Ibiza and the natural paradises of Formentera) and the wild and volcanic Canaries, it is easy to understand how it is enough to move a little, to find a different Spain every time.