Map of Spain: A Travel Guide of the Spanish Regions

Map of Spain
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Spain is an amazing place to visit, but more fascinating is to know the facts related to this old country. The best way to start traveling and understanding this great nation is by clicking on the above map of Spain and start exploring the different Spanish regions. As you navigate through the map you will find the reason why Spain is one of the most desired destinations in Europe.

Spain is divided into 15 continental autonomous communities, plus the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean, and the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. Each community has its own attractions and cultural appeal. From the Mediterranean coastline to the lush forests of Galicia or the mountain peeks of the Spanish Pyrenees, there are an abundance of places to visit any time of the year.

Through the map of Spain you can begin your journey and start your travel plans. In the North, the communities of Galicia and Asturias are surrounded by green vegetation, unpolluted rivers, and marvelous gothic architecture. The Cantabrian Mountains with 180 miles of rough terrain, trails and demanding cliffs offer the perfect challenge for the most daring hikers.

The communities of Navarre and Aragon have an array of dazzling landscapes and sceneries from the Spanish Pyrenees are spectacular. The Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park in the Huesca province, in Aragon, is one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Castile and León with the impressive cities of Salamanca, Burgos and Segovia is a photographer's paradise. Its beautiful countryside, history and breath-taking architecture are an open invitation for any tourist.

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Madrid is an inviting place for all travelers with museums, parks, great night life and excellent food. The Spanish capital summarizes all of the wonderful things Spain has to offer. Madrid is a symbol of good life and has an excellent atmosphere.

Barcelona is the gem of the tourist map of Spain. Antoni Gaudi's masterpiece, La Sagrada Família cathedral, is the number one stop in the Catalonia's capital. The Gothic Quarter, the Palau Reial Major and the Picasso Museum, are important tourist stops, as are many of Gaudi's other architectural treasures in the city. Barcelona and the surrounding towns have some beautiful Mediterranean beaches.

Andalusia is the most southern Spanish community in the mainland. Legendary for its Mediterranean beaches and historic attractions, the region also has a unique and inspiring rural landscape. Rich with Moorish architecture, including the Alhambra Palace in Granada, and the Alcázar in Seville, the autonomous community of Andalusia is a must-see for those traveling through southern Spain.

Map of Spain gives you an overview of the places you can visit when traveling throughout the Spanish regions. You can find hotels, rent a car, and even find places to eat. Don't forget to bring your camera.

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