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Spain remains a favourite holiday destination for the British, and
there's no better way to explore the variety and richness of this beautiful
country than by car. However the long journey down through France or the prospect
of a lengthy ferry journey means that many visitors choose to fly and then hire
a car at their destination. So make sure you check out the fantastic deals on offer
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There's so much to say about Spain that it is hard to know where
to start and where to stop. The country is split into three obvious geographical
sections. There's the northern provinces along the Atlantic coast, not dissimilar
to Cornwall or Brittany. This area is known as Green Spain, and some Spain's
greatest treasures are found here, from the gorgeous scenery of the Picos de Europa
mountains to the splendour of the ancient pilgrims' city of Santiago de Compostella.
Or there's the lively university city of Ovieto, and the lovely beaches at places
like Llanes and Ribadesella. To the east the mighty Pyrenées form the border with
France all the way across to the Mediterranean.
Next we have the Mediterranean coastline, which extends all the
way from the French border, past Barcelona, Valencia, Alicante and Malaga all the
way to Gibraltar. This where the famous Costas are to be found, still immensley
popular with holiday makers and ex-pats alike.
Finally there is Spain's vast hinterland, mostly consisting
of a high plateau, dry, very hot and dusty in Summer and cold and often wet in Winter.
In some ways this is where you will find the real Spain, where ancient festivals
are still celebrated and traditions die hard. This where the true explorers will
head, and they will be rewarded with spectacular landscapes and some of Europe's
finest ancient cities, such as Seville, Granada, Cordoba, Salamanca and Zamora.