The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain, if indeed at all, as the country is
statistically Europe’s sunniest. The coastal resorts of the
Mediterranean enjoy, on average, more than 300 days of sunshine each
year – well into the autumn and winter months.
Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Malaga, Valencia...Too many of the world’s must-visit cities are found in Spain, from the
cultural majesty of the capital, Madrid, to the trendy,
proudly-Catalonian air of Barcelona, visitors plotting a trip are spoilt
It has the best beaches of the world.
“With more than 5,000 miles of coastline, Spain has thousands of
beaches, from tiny rocky coves to long strips of golden sand,” writes
Telegraph Travel’s Spain expert Annie Bennett. “Blue Flag status was
awarded to more than 577 beaches around the country and the islands last
year, guaranteeing not only water quality but also, in most cases,
access for people with disabilities. That number means Spain tops the
global ranking, handing the country the accolade of best beaches on
earth. Galicia has the most Blue Flags, with 131 awarded to its spectacular Atlantic beaches.”
While on the topic of Spain’s notable artistic exports,
visitors will grace the same shores of surrealist Salvador Dali (the
Teatro Museo Dali in his hometown of Figueres is a must), architect
Antoni Gaudi (Barcelona is home to the unfinished cathedral, Sagrada
Familia, as well as a number of other projects) and painter Pablo
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