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Scuba Diving, watersports, Orihuela Costa, Torrevieja, Benidorm, Costa Blanca The great atmosphere and watersports attracts individuals and families alike. You can enjoy fishing, windsurfing, scuba diving, snorkelling and great seafood, or just relax on the beautiful stretches of beach. All cliffs and islands as well as the reef with the drop off at Benidorm offer attractive diving opportunities.
Markets in the Orihuela Costa / TorreviejaA trip to the local market is just one of the enjoyable things to do whilst visiting Spain and the Costa Blanca the vibrant atmosphere, the banter (in various languages) and the wide selection of goods available all help to make this a charming and exciting experience. Whichever area of the Costa Blanca you are visiting, there will always be a local market nearby.
Go Karting, Punta Prima, Orihuela Costa, Torrevieja, Costa Blanca, Alicante, Spain Fed-up with of beaches and shops? Looking for something fun and exciting, well Go-karting is the perfect solution and great for all ages and all abilities. Go-Karts Orihuela Costa can be found just south of Torrevieja. It caters for 5-10 year olds and has normal rental carts - very fast - and even competition carts for the more advanced driver.
Torrevieja water park, Aquopolis, Orihuela Costa, Torrevieja, Costa Blanca, Alicante, Spain The Torrevieja water park is one of the biggest water parks on the Costa Blanca, and is very popular with people of all ages. Torrevieja Aquopolis, Finca de la Hoya Grande, 03180 Torrevieja.
Things to Do Costa Brava - Catalonia Spain is known as the party capital when it comet to fiesta's and Barcelona is by no means an exception. The number of people that live here makes for an event on a scale beyond belief, we're talking about a million or more folks that can join in the mayhem. Trust me when I say there are lots of fiesta's because a fiesta is a reason to party and the Spanish know how to have fun.
Things to Do Costa Brava - CataloniaAs most people come to Spain for the sun, sea and sand where better than Barcelona as it has some 4.5 km's of the best beaches along the coast. Barcelona is known as a short break holiday destination. Know in advance that swimmers and sunbathers are well catered for with excellent facilities which are clean, safe and close to public transport.
Things to Do Costa Brava - CataloniaWhere do you start, there is so many different types of cuisines on offer in Barcelona as one would expect. Let's start by saying that there is no reason to go hungry in Spain. There are the restaurants serving a wide variety to choose from, food vendors, and food markets. If you are traveling just look along the road side and you are sure to find some sort of a restaurant.

All you have to do when you are out shopping is look at the food to notice how fresh it is, I believe that this is what makes Spanish Cuisine so special, freshness and variety.

Costa Caribe Aquapark Port Aventura Park Cataluna SpanishJourneys of adventure, exotic places to visit and all in one resort! You've got it, Costa Caribe Aquapark and Port Aventura Park, both of which are part of the Universal Mediterranea Resort, will take you around the world on a journey of adventure. The adventure starts in the Spanish region of Cataluna which is laid out as a typical Mediterranean port; then transported as you discover Imperial China;
Things to Do Costa Brava - Catalonia If you are interested in scuba diving and are looking for a destination to enjoy this sport then come to Spain as it has more that 4000 km of shoreline bordering on the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. This area provides some of the best diving and at the same time some of the most varied and exciting experiences.

Things to Do Costa Brava - Catalonia Salvador Dali's full name and title is Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dali I Domenech, 1st Marquis of Pubol. He was born in Figueres on May 11, 1904 and died on January 23, 1989. He is best known as a Spanish Catalan surrealist painter probably the best in modern times.

You have to understand surrealism to understand Dali. He was first a skilled draughtsman which lead to his surrealist work. Some say that his latter painting skills were influenced by early masters on the renaissance period. Throughout his life he created a varied and expansive repertoire that included film, sculptures and photography.

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