Holiday in Spain is versatile and exciting. Here are a few tips. Spain is one of the most popular destinations of the Germans. City trip, vacation or backpacking: Spain has lot to offer, both scenic and culturally. Everyone can enjoy his time here optimally, whether young or old, alone or as part of a couple or a group.
Spain cities are famous for their cultural diversity, their night life and its great variety of tourists. Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia and Sevilla are particularly popular. The costs in these cities are relatively high and it is therefore worth to consider renting a holiday apartment in consideration. The advantage here is the possibility of cheaper self-catering. Hostels are however rather prefer leisure travellers under 30 looking for contacts. Spain has a whole lot to offer in terms of relaxation. On the Mainland, as well as the various island groups a wide range of hotels, apartments and other holiday accommodation including bungalows, camping sites and youth hostels can be found. Who it likes extremely hot, like, should the southern Spanish Andalusia is not miss in the summer.
The Canary Islands, located just off Africa, offering everything your heart desires sunbathers and are scenically very attractive. They are located about 100 kilometers west of southern Morocco. The largest islands are Gran Canaria, Tenerife and Fuerteventura. The Balearic Islands are a more island group popular with holidaymakers. These include Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, Formentera and Cabrera. Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and unbeaten winner of popularity among English and German tourists. According to the population survey from the year 2006 26.293 Germans residing in the Balearic Islands were officially registered (for comparison: 17.637 British). Make about 16% of all foreigners living in the Balearic Islands and around 31% of immigrants coming from Europe.