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Spanish wine - Wines and wine brands of Spain
The most famous Spanish wine is without doubt Rioja, but that does not mean that the delicious Rioja Brand Wines are all that the sunny Spanish wine yards has to offer.
Right now the very most prestigious Spanish wines are not the already world famous Rioja wines: The Spanish wine district Rivera del Duero is now offering some of the very, very best red wines in the world.Read More About Spanish Brand Wines: Click HERE >>
Tarifa, Spain: The beaches Playa Valdevaqueos and Punta Paloma in Tarifa to become modern residential and hotel complex areas
The unique beaches Playa Valdevaqueros and Punta Paloma in Tarifa in southern Spain are still virgin and untouched paradises with stunning wild nature: Golden sand dunes rolling from the ocean to meet pine forests and crystal clear waters where the Mediterranean sea meets the Atlantic Ocean. No high buildings, no sunbeds, no hotels or amusement parks, just nature, sand, wind and sea. As it should be when beautiful beaches are kept just as they are.Read More: Click HERE! >>>
Costa del Sol
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The most popular golf area in Spain isCosta del Sol, where you find more than 45 golf courses. The most popular golf resorts in the area are Marbella, Nueva Andalucia, Puerto Banus, Estepona, Mijas and Fuengirola.
There are other golf areas in Spain that are growing in popularity. For exampleCosta del La Luz in Cadiz and Costa Blanca in the Valencia region. More Information on Golf in Spain. Click HERE! >> GOLF IN SPAIN: Download FREE Golf Guides: Click HERE! >>
Costa Blanca and ValenciaCosta Blanca. More than 218 kilometers of sunny Mediterranean coastline in the province of Alicante in Spain with fine sandy beaches and clear water. Costa Blanca enjoys around 2800 hours of sun every year and mild winters with temperatures like no where else in Europe: That is Costa Blanca in Alicante Spain! Costa Blanca comprehends many well known tourist destinations in Spain like Denia, Javea, Guardamar, Torrevieja, Benidorm, Elche, Altea, Albir, Calpe, Villajoyosa and of course Valencia.
Malaga City - Capital of Costa del Sol
Malaga City is the capital of the Costa del Sol in southern Spain. Many of the visitors on Costa del Sol never visit the City of Malaga. But it is well worth making a trip to Malaga City, the capital of Costa del Sol when visiting the surrounding tourist resorts like for example Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola or Marbella.
Malaga is the capital of Costa del Sol and also the Capital of the Province of Malaga. Malaga is the second largest city in Andalusia, and a city with great atmosphere and bustling streets. The cultural heritage in Malaga City is great. Museums in Malaga like the Picasso Museum and the beautiful cathedral in the old town are very special.
Photo: Calle Larios - Centre of Malaga.
Costa Brava is the Spanish Mediterranean coast that stretches north of Barcelona towards the French border. Costa Brava is rocky, untouched and wild as the name says: Costa Brava - The wild coast! Costa Brava is quite different from the popular tourist destinations Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca.
Many fine coves and cute villages on Costa Brava are waiting to be discovered by the tourists in contrast to the already famous and fabulous beaches on Costa Brava where tourism started to arrive a long time ago: For example Lloret de Mar, Girona, Sitges, Calella, Salou and Caraqués.