In Spain it’s never boring. You’ll find fantastic wide golden beaches and little coves with crystal-clear water. Cosy little towns with delicious food await you in Spain.
Costa del Azahar
The stretch of coast at Costa del Azahar, the “Orange Blossom Coast”, in Castellon province is full of contrasts. Unlike the coastal region which is spread with an endless green carpet of orange groves, inland the landscape is arid and wild.
The Costa Brava owes its name to the rugged cliffs that plunge steeply to the sea from the mountain range running parallel to the coast. They offer holiday makers enchanting coves near the little towns and quiet fishing villages and a very varied seashore with all sorts of leisure offers.
To the south of the Spanish city of Barcelona in the province of Tarragona, the Costa Dorada (Gold Coast) stretches down the coast with over 200 km of golden beaches. The best known places in this region are Cambrils, Salou or Terragona. In inland areas holidaymakers can explore the Priorat, one of the best Spanish wine-producing regions.
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