Tourists who take the ferry to Spain are approaching a country in southwestern Europe, mostly famous for its history, traditions, cuisine and excellent coast!
Spain is the 4th largest European country by covering an area of around 500 sq. km and has a population of around 47 million inhabitants. Its culture, landscapes, beaches, islands and vivid nightlife makes it a tourist magnet and countless passengers visit Spain every year. By being formed of 17 regions with numerous cities with each of them being unique, Spain will definitely charm you and keep you busy during your stay.
Due to the immense size of Spain and its large quantity and variety of attractions, visitors should consider making a plan for their tour beforehand. Cities like Barcelona the capital, Madrid, Seville, Valencia, Malaga, Marbella, Alicante and of course, the Canary and the Balearic Islands such as Mallorca and Ibiza, are among the most famous places in Spain and you should definitely consider visiting them for their landmarks, stunning beaches and bustling areas.
Holidays in Spain
During your holidays in Spain, you will surely be excited by the country’s heritage, magical landscapes, delightful coasts, friendly people and heavenly dishes. In whichever town you choose to stay, there will be plenty of choices of hotels or Airbnb apartments, luxurious and budget-friendly. If you plan your trip in Spain in summer, it would be wiser to go for a city close to the sea or even for one of its worldwide known islands. Moreover, make sure that you book your ferry tickets to Spain as early as possible due to high demand.
Beaches in Spain
Not knowing where to start from since all of them are excellent and extremely crowded in summer months, we will give you only some examples of the most famous Spain beaches. Their majority is sandy with crystal clear waters and is definitely hard to say there is a best beach in Spain.
- Barcelona Beach
- Malaga Beach
- Mallorca Beach
- Alicante Beach
- All beaches in Canary and Balearic Islands
Things to do in Spain
Other than beach life and as referred above, Spain offers a big variety of interesting landmarks. It is worth mentioning that Spain is the birthplace of some very famous personalities like the artist Salvador Dali, the painters El Greco and Pablo Picasso, Antoni Gaudi and many more and their works can be found in the country’s internals.
Some of the things to do in Spain are:
- Visit the Dali Museum in Figueres
- Admire Antonio Gaudi’s Basilica La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona
- Enter the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art
- Take pictures at the Barcelona Fountains of Montjuic
- Stroll around Plaza de Espana in Madrid
- Pay a visit to Valencia Cathedral
- Eat tapas and paella followed by local wine or sangria
Getting to Spain by ferry
Spain, especially the immense port of Barcelona, is bustling every summer with thousands of tourists all over the world. Except for the dazzling sites and alluring culture of the mainland's cities and villages, Spain possesses some of the most visited islands worldwide, such as the Balearic Islands Mallorca and Ibiza. In the west side of Morocco, you can find the Canarias which are no exception and are sinking by the touristic activities every year.
Italy to Spain
Spain's east coast is easily approachable by Sardinia and the west coast of Italy. Big conventional ships travel throughout the whole year, carrying numerous passengers who want to discover the jewels of this stunning European country. The main starting points for the Spain Italy ferry connections are: