Cambrils is the perfect destination for traditional beach holidays.
Stroll along the sandy beaches between Salou and the city of Tarragona, or just relax in the sun.
It is a hill that reaches a height of about 130 meters and has long been known as the premier artist's enclave in Paris.
An officially designated historic district, Montmartre is one of the most colorful neighborhoods in Paris which also know for its numerous night-clubs and bars.
Families love this holiday resort: varied family programme, extra facilities for children and two kid’s clubs make Cambrils a “family-friendly destination”.
In recent years, Fuerteventura has become a kite-surfing hotspot where several international competitions are held annually.
Invented by Pierre Bideau, the illumination consists of 336 projectors equipped with high-pressure, yellow-orange sodium lamps.
Located on the north-east side, The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, commonly known as Sacré-Cœur Basilica, is built on the highest point of the city - Montmartre.
Today, 46.7 million people live in the kingdom spanning 500,000 square kilometers. With peaks of over 3,400 meters, the Pyrenees are the most impressive mountain range in Spain and draw numerous sports enthusiasts on holiday in summer and winter.
The four official languages are Castilian (Spanish), Catalan, Basque and Galician. Formigal is one of the most famous ski resorts in the region.