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We invite you to discover a new way to enjoy our country…to feel new experiences that will awake all your senses…Visiting Spain is not only about sun and a warm welcome, but also its rich monumental heritage, great cuisine and good wines. The Spanish wine regions are from North to South and from West to East, so Spain makes for a good country to wine tour in. A wonderful combination of picturesque villages, exceptional landscapes, historical remains and cosmopolitan cities makes Spain a unique place to enjoy a wine-related holiday. A country to savour. That's Spain.

Ideal for foodies

You’ll be able to discover the exquisite and typical dishes of each area, the famous miniature canapés known as ‘pintxos’, some of the best wines in the world, and an avant-garde cuisine. We present the regional cuisine from all over the country, we tell you how to prepare particular recipes, where to find traditional markets, places to enjoy Spanish gastronomy… Why not come and see?
Human civilization has demonstrated its ingenuity in transforming foodstuffs to make them more suitable or pleasant to consume. Spain is divided into 19 autonomous communities, 15 on the mainland, the Balearic and Canary Islands, and two little-known ones bordering Morocco (Ceuta and Melilla).

DO: wine prestige

The wine knows no frontiers nor geographical nor political boundaries established by man, so the wine regions are classified by “denominaciones de origen” abbreviated to DO, which is a prestigious classification awarded to wines which meet the stringent quality and production standards of he designated region. DO labels serve as a guarantee of quality.

The main wine regions of Spain are: la Rioja and south of Basque Country and Priorat in Catalonia as DOCs (qualified appellation of origin), Ribera del Duero (Castilla y León), Sherry (Andalusia), Rias Baixas ( Galicia), and Penedés (Catalonia).

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A wonderful combination of picturesque villages, exceptional landscapes, historical remains and cosmopolitan cities

Spain is divided into 19 autonomous communities, 15 on the mainland, the Balearic and Canary Islands, and two little-known ones bordering Morocco (Ceuta and Melilla).

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