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Ibiza Balearic Islands SpainIbiza has always been thought of as a young persons party place to be but discovering the "other Ibiza" will prove this wrong. It's breathtaking views and unspoilt areas show this is a holiday destination for all. Hiking, horse riding and mountain biking are common ways to explore the island.
Mallorca, Balearic Islands, SpainThe vineyards of Bodegas Ca'n Vidalet will only offer the finest and best variety of grapes. White wine varieties of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Malvasia and Moscatel; red wine grapes include the time-honored Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon sorts.
Palma, Mallorca, Balearic Islands, SpainWhile on your holidays to majorca it may well be worth noting that at last Palma the capital of the Islands has its own sight seeing bus for the city, and is a superb way to visit. A ticket is valid for 24 hours and you can get off and on as many times as you like at the 16 different stops it makes including Rambla, Port, Poble Espanol, Bellver Castle, Es Baluard and several shopping centres. An entire trip takes about 80 minutes and is best to do first and then make your list of stops and places to visit to have a great day in Palma
Minorca, Balearic Islands, SpainMinorca has a variety of entertainment for all ages. Listed below are just a few of those "Things To Do".... Cala Torret Diving Centre: Diving centre with dives and courses for all levels of divers from complete beginners to fully trained. Equipment provided. Local 6 Cala Torret, Binibeca Playa, 07711 Sant Lluis, Minorca Tel: 971 188 528 / 636 463 265 Fax: 971 151 502
Costa Teguise, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, SpainOn the outskirts of the Costa Teguise resort is the Costa Teguise Aquapark,, well known for its high speed rides for both young and old as well as slow ones for children. Open every day 10.00-18.00
Rancho Texas Park, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, SpainRancho Texas, a large Western theme park, is located on the airport road just outside of Puerto del Carmen. As expected in a Western theme park it has its own Indian village as well as a Nature park. Inside of the venue are several theme style restaurants of which some host to Country and Western nights.
Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain, Los Cristianos, Aqualand Aqualand is well known for the Rio Bravo and Kamikaze rides as well as other rides and entertainment such as the waterfalls, slides, pools, trampolines and a children's castle. There are also sunbed areas, restaurants, snack bars and souvenir shops. Another feature of Aqualand is Dolphin lake and the Dolphin show which you definitely do not want to miss.
Things to Do on the Canary Islands The island of Fuerteventura offers much more than just Sunshine and beaches as it is well known for. Away from the seafront are many activities to enjoy. There are many historic sites and museums as well as volcanic remnants to explore. Inland you can find traditional restaurants and many more sporting activities.
Castellon costa azahar spainThere are many things to do and see in Castellon of which we have listed many different points of interest and entertainment for the entire family below :

The streets lined with orange trees makes for a nice peaceful stroll around the city as it is not very large at all. When out on your stroll a must visit would be to the old quarter and its Plaza de Santa Clara the Plaza Mayor and also the Plaza de la Pescaderia styled in gothic and renaissance ways.
Tomatina Bunol, Valencia,  Costa Blanca, Spain We all know that the Costa Blanca is famous for tasty oranges but just 30 miles away from Valencia in the small village of Bunol it is a different story. The produce they are famous for is not the succulent oranges but the tasty tomato and are better known for wearing it rather than eating it. Bunol now host the worlds largest food fight, which means that you can throw as many tomatoes as you can at what ever moves or not, which is held the last Wednesday of every August.

 

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