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Entertainment in Spain
Spain offers a multitude of entertainmentSpain speaks eloquently to the visitor.
Listen to Spain's ancient streets, the peaceful squares, busy fascinating markets, fearsome castles, atmospheric churches for perfect days and nights sightseeing and exploring.
Today Spain is a destination for millions of tourists and this cultural phenomenon can be explained by the huge diversity of the land, scenery, monuments, entertainment and customs that exist in Spain. The independent regions have surprising differences. Spain has the highest road in Europe yet tropical crops thrive on low land less than an hour away. Areas of black forest cheek by jowl with deserts. Spain is abundant with mountains, high tablelands as against beautiful beaches and sea cliffs.
Spain is a country where the entertainment may be to ski in the morning and lie on the beach in the afternoon.
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Cudillero is a small pleasing fishing village in Asturias which is crafted into the mountainside down to the sea. There are nine perfect beaches in this area.
Playa de Oleiros- Cudillero
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Read more on Beaches and Coves in Spain page
Casas rurales en Cudillero
Casa Rural La Ermita de Prin- around 21euros per person per night
Guadix Cascamorras Festival- Virgin of Piedad9 September
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Don't miss traditional Spanish festivities where there is a messy battle in the streets between two villages over a religious artefact. Enjoy the area and stay in traditional rural casa.
Plenty of excellent local rural places to stay in Guadix
Cueva Barranco del Armero
around 16 euros per person per night
Cueva Amandier ŕ Guadix
around 13 euros per person per night
When in Spain part of the entertainment is to stay in a small village in a small rural hotel
La Puebla de los Infantes'La Puebla de los Infantes' is located in the province of Sevilla with a population of around 3263. North of Sevilla and west of Cordoba it is close to the 'Embalse de Jose Toran'
'La Puebla de los Infantes' is a perfect location for nature lovers, hunting, hiking, sports.
To find out more read the details for 'La Puebla de los Infantes' on our page
'Junta de Andalucia Tourist Offices / Information in Spain'
Do you know what an 'Ibón' is?Ibón is the Aragonese word for the Pyrenean lakes of glacial origin, although it was also used in other parts of the High Aragon to denominate springs that gushed out, forming pools or lagoons. These Ibón are perfect for all the family and amusement from swimming to canoeing and more.
Try visiting the mountain village of Panticosa a kind of jewel box of mountain sports and entertainment in The Kingdom of Dreams (Aragon), Spain. There is more information here in 'Fresh water swimming in Spain' and 'National Parks of Spain'.
Now then, have you ever seen "Las Chorreras"?
You'll like it. Just an hour and a half north of Sevilla, in the Sierra Norte de Sevilla Nature Park close to San Nicolas del Puerto you will find a varied selection of freshwater swimming in a series of small waterfalls known as "Las Chorreras" mountain fresh waters flow through a spectacular ravine.
This is a such a lovely area. Check out our freshwater swimming page and our National Parks page for the details.
Do you know which Christian relic is kept safely in Valencia?In the old Chapter House, Valencia Cathedral is the Holy Chalice from which Christ is said to have poured wine at The Last Supper. Read More
The beaches of Spain are justifiably famous around the world however this varied country has so much more to match the beaches. The high mountains as displayed in National Parks are wonderful protected areas. One such park is the
'Parque Nacional de los Picos de Europa'
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Listen, now, if you can go to Benidorm and not enjoy yourself you need to check your pulse, Benidorm is quintessential entertainment in Spain. There are five beaches and this is 'Cala del Mal Pas'.
Follow our beach guide for all beaches in Spain.
The wondrous and breathtaking City of Salamanca has mysteries and legends, including the Cueva de Salamanca, the Salamanca Caves, a magical place where it is said that the Devil used to give classes in the dark arts; and the Patio de la Salina, the former salt store.
Now then. do you know where Christopher Columbus was received by his King & Queen when he first returned from America? You will if you read our page on Barcelona.
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|Three Kings Fiesta in Spain||Festivals in Spain|
|Locations in Spain|
|Freshwater swimming & more in Spain|
|Film Locations in Spain|
|National Parks of Spain||Gigs in Spain|
|Flamenco in Spain|
|Theme Parks etc||Semana Santa in Spain|
|Select Locations of Spain|
|Culture in Spain|
|Tourist Offices in Spain||Markets in Spain|
|Easter Week in Spain|
|Concerts in Spain||Bull Events in Spain|
|Beaches in Spain|
|Itinerary for a trip in Spain||Music Festivals in Spain|
|Venues in Spain|
|Special small villages in Spain|
|hotels etc to stay in Spain|
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