SPAIN

Fall in love with lively Spain, a country rich with Mediterranean flavor, unique traditions and exciting nightlife. Discover a rich culture of togetherness and friendship that welcomes visitors. You will be captivated by Spanish way of life, unique traditions and festivities, where all your senses will be engaged. Spain is a land where ancient traditions merged with creativity and where Gaudi’s architecture lives together with ancient roman ruins.

Trekerie will listen to your wishes and connect you with the best local expert in Spain who will design a unique itinerary completely tailored to you.

SPAIN TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS

A thrilling route along the Saint James Way

Some people are inspired by an interest in culture, others do it out of a spiritual conviction, yet others love the chance of adventure or approach it as a personal challenge… but whatever your reason, the St James Way offers an original and different way of sightseeing in northern Spain. Come and find out why. You’ll discover a wealth of monuments, charming towns and villages, spectacular natural attractions.

Taste the Best Wines in the World in Uniquely-Designed Vineyards

Discover exquisite and typical dishes, the famous miniature canapés known as ‘pintxos’, some of the best wines in the world, and an avant-garde cuisine. Relax in  Frank Gehry’s masterpiece: Hotel Marqués de Riscal, a highly sought luxury retreat where design, art, gastronomy, wine and the lush landscape all combine to create a memorable sojourn at The City of Wine.

Discover Marvelous Toledo

In the ancient city of Toledo, Arab and Jewish traditions come beautifully together proudly mingling in the narrow winding streets where architecture, art and cuisine witness this heritage. Renowned for its delicious baked goods and marzipan sweets, you may find an ancient convent selling melt-in-your-mouth cookies and confectionery made by the cloistered nuns during your visit, touring the city’s beautiful old palaces and churches.

SPAIN TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS

A thrilling route along the Saint James Way

Some people are inspired by an interest in culture, others do it out of a spiritual conviction, yet others love the chance of adventure or approach it as a personal challenge… but whatever your reason, the St James Way offers an original and different way of sightseeing in northern Spain. Come and find out why. You’ll discover a wealth of monuments, charming towns and villages, spectacular natural attractions.

Taste the Best Wines in the World in Uniquely-Designed Vineyards

Discover exquisite and typical dishes, the famous miniature canapés known as ‘pintxos’, some of the best wines in the world, and an avant-garde cuisine. Relax in  Frank Gehry’s masterpiece: Hotel Marqués de Riscal, a highly sought luxury retreat where design, art, gastronomy, wine and the lush landscape all combine to create a memorable sojourn at The City of Wine.

Discover Marvelous Toledo

In the ancient city of Toledo, Arab and Jewish traditions come beautifully together proudly mingling in the narrow winding streets where architecture, art and cuisine witness this heritage. Renowned for its delicious baked goods and marzipan sweets, you may find an ancient convent selling melt-in-your-mouth cookies and confectionery made by the cloistered nuns during your visit, touring the city’s beautiful old palaces and churches.

WEATHER IN SPAIN

Spring

Spain in spring is generally temperate and ranges from warm to cool, though at times, summer and winter can encroach upon the other seasons, turning four seasons into what may sometimes feel like two.

Summer

June to September are Spain’s hottest months, and also the season of open-air terrazas and music festivals. Northern Spain’s summer weather generally ranges from warm to pleasantly cool.

The south and center of the country, however, are regularly hit by high temperatures and heat waves.

Fall

Fall is favorite time to be in Spain. Striking yellow and orange hues feel the crispness of the autumn air in the small towns and on the hiking trails in the sierras.

Winter

Spanish winters are generally cold and dry, but milder than in neighboring European countries.

December to February or March are the coldest months, perfect for skiing in the mountains.

WEATHER IN SPAIN

Spring

Spain in spring is generally temperate and ranges from warm to cool, though at times, summer and winter can encroach upon the other seasons, turning four seasons into what may sometimes feel like two.

Summer

June to September are Spain’s hottest months, and also the season of open-air terrazas and music festivals. Northern Spain’s summer weather generally ranges from warm to pleasantly cool.

The south and center of the country, however, are regularly hit by high temperatures and heat waves.

Fall

Fall is favorite time to be in Spain. Striking yellow and orange hues feel the crispness of the autumn air in the small towns and on the hiking trails in the sierras.

Winter

Spanish winters are generally cold and dry, but milder than in neighboring European countries.

December to February or March are the coldest months, perfect for skiing in the mountains.

Images of Spain

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