Located on Europe's Iberian Peninsula, Spain is made up of 17 autonomous regions. Go to Barcelona to check out the city's famous Gaudi architecture. See why the Moorish architecture of Salamanca and Seville's Alcazar are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Get an art fix and explore the Golden Triangle of Art in Madrid or the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in Bilbao. Drink some cava and share some tapas at a terrace cafe or head to Picos de Europa and indulge in fine dining cuisine. Whether you're shopping in the Gibraltar, watching a bull fight or basking in the sun on Santanyi Beach in Mallorca, you're sure to leave Spain with a lifetime of unforgettable memories.
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With one of the longest stretches of coastline in the Mediterranean and dozens of islands, Spain offers you beach vibes and the arts and culture of Europe. Stay in an all-inclusive resort or travel to multiple parts of Spain to experience everything from ancient ruins to futuristic architecture. With charming inns, luxurious honeymoon suites and Spanish castles, you'll find a wide array of accommodations and amenities. Spain is also known for its bustling nightlife, flamenco dancing and multi-story clubs.
Destination Weddings in Spain
Full of history and rich in culture, Spain is a perfect destination to say, "I do." Tie the knot in a historic cathedral or on a beautiful stretch of sand. Choose an all-inclusive wedding package with a wedding coordinator so you can enjoy your special day without worrying about the details. Packages may include rehearsal dinner with your family and friends, a wedding cake, the ceremony and even your honeymoon stay.
Climate & Weather
Spain's climate ranges tremendously due to its large size and variances in geography. In Madrid and central plateau, it's quite arid with relatively cold winters and hot summers. The southern and eastern coastal regions experience a mild and sunny Mediterranean climate. While the Atlantic coast is cool, humid and rainy. In the mountains, it's more or less cold with higher rainfall and heavy snowfalls. Lastly, the region of Andalusia has an African climate with mild winters and very hot summers.