COSTA BLANCA – COSTA CALIDA
COSTA DEL SOL – ALMERIA
COSTA BRAVA OG BARCELONA
COSTA BLANCA - COSTA CALIDA: The climate is among the best and that is of course why there are so many seniors, convalescent-centers and health-centers here. Norwegians feel safe here and it's easy to let your hair down, relax and enjoy life. Most beaches has got the EU's "Blue" certification (nice and clean). Spain is full of history and culture, perhaps one of the countries in Europe with the most fascinating history and some of the world's greatest artists. There are also plenty of other nice places along the coast - from ancient fishing villages to modern resorts / golf resorts with all services.
COSTA DEL SOL - ALMERIA: The area has more than 300 days of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 22 degrees. With cozy Spanish atmosphere, vast sandy beaches, restaurants and shops, you can enjoy life whatever needs you might have. For golf enthusiasts, there are around 60 golf courses, from Nerja up North to Gibraltar in the South. To many people's surprise, the coastline of the city of Almeria in Andalucia is practically free of non-Spanish tourists. Tall palm trees are swaying in the wind and the harbor is busy all day with the shipment of fruit and vegetables from the green inland.
COSTA BRAVA AND BARCELONA: Catalonia, Costa Dorada and Costa Brava have a lot in common with Valencia and Costa Blanca. The average temperature is 14 degrees in the winter, often with dry and sunny days. The average temperature in the summer is around 27 degrees. In between Costa Dorada in the southwest and Costa Brava in the northeast is Barcelona. Barcelona is by many considered one of the most symbolic capitals in Europe. Here you find 4 km of fantastic beaches, excellent shopping, architecture, art and a vibrant cultural scene around the clock.
CANARY ISLANDS outside the Northwestcoast of Africa is an ideal place for Norwegians with its beautiful and clean beaches, lovely properties, pleasant climate all year and good food.
GRAN CANARIA is the "head-island" on the Canary Island. It is also the island with most variation, moist and cooler in the North, unavailable in the West and warm and dry in the South and East. The island has got 50 km beaches.
TENERIFE has got it all, just like Gran Canaria. The Northside is typical Spanish, and in the South you find beaches, restaurants, and it offers countless activities.
FUERTEVENTURA is "the tranquil island", with almost no precipitation, 339 km coastline and an average temperature of 22 degrees. The island is well known for its windsurfing, surfing and kiteboarding. The island offers also a golfcourse and excellent conditions for scuba diving.
LANZAROTE is the northernmost of the Canary Islands. The culture is preserved with beautiful architecture and without high buildings and establishments. The island is beautiful and well kept with nice scenery and charming white houses. Lanzarote fits well for families with children.
MALLORCA has got long beaches with white sand and crystal clear water and a sun that never seems to go away.. In the evening you can walk through the charming towns and meet other people. Here you find shops, restaurants, local ways of living and local traditions and a very nice nature. In Alcudia there are small hotels, large familyresorts, villas and yachts. The old village is 1,5 km away from the beach, and most of the local residents lives in Alcudia. The East of the beach is called Puerto de Alcudia. Further along it changes its name to Playa de Muro. On the East of the island you find large fields with almond- and olive trees. The city of Manacor is well known for the production of Majorica pearls, and on the eastcoast you find the famous stalactite caves.