Spanish Places

Guide to Spanish places, cities, towns, villages and resorts in Spain.

Information on Places in Spain

Some Interesting Spanish Places:

Benidorm - The biggest tourist resort in Spain and possibly the biggest in Europe, Benidorm never fails to impress when it comes to beaches, weather, choice of hotels and entertainment. It might not be everybodys cup of tea, but it obviously is for over 4 million people each year, who flock to this resort with their various expectations. Located in the province of Alicante, within the Valencia region, Benidorm is just a 40 minute drive from Alicante airport. Map of Benidorm

Majorca North-West Coast - On the north-west coast are some quieter resorts and towns such as Puerto Andratx, Es Camp de Mar and Sant Elm.

Majorca North-East Coast - On the north-eastern coast are some more well known resorts such as Playa de Muro, Mal Pas Bon-Aire, Port d'Alcudia and Puerto Pollensa.

Majorca East Coast - There are many smaller resorts along the east coast of Majorca, some of the most popular among them are Porto Colom, Cala Marcal, Porto Cristo, Cala Murada, Cala d'Or, Porto Petro, Cala Bona, Cala Mondrago, Calas de Mallorca, Cala Tropicana, Cala Millor, Costa dels Pins and more.

Puerto Pollensa Majorca - Puerto Pollensa (or Port de Pollenca) is a small town and tourist resort located in Northern Majorca in the Balearics, Spain. It started life as the port serving the town of Pollenca which is about 6km inland. It is located on the Bay of Pollenca and is a popular holiday destination, attracting thousands of visitors each year. Puerto Pollensa

Magaluf Majorca - EspanyaMagaluf Majorca - Possibly the best known holiday resort on the island of Majorca, Magaluf certainly attracts its fair share of visitors, maybe not always the visitors it would choose. However it retains its popularity and will no doubt for the foreseeable future. Magaluf has plenty of bars, nightclubs and restaurants and it has decent beaches too for those who manage to arise while the sun is still shining! Just north of Magaluf is the equally popular resort of Palma Nova (Palmanova), perhaps a little more upmarket than Magaluf, Palma Nova was one of Majorca's first purpose built tourist resorts. Not too far away is the resort of Cala Mayor, another well known place in Majorca, together with lesser known Portals Nous, Costa d'en Blanes and Illetes. South of Palma you will find more fine resorts with famous ones like Arenal, Can Pastilla and Ses Cadenes, all are within easy driving distance of the capital Palma de Mallorca where you can find plenty of interesting places to visit, be sure to visit Palma Cathedral if nothing else. Magaluf

Santa Ponsa Majorca - One of the many popular resorts surrounding the islands' capital Palma de Mallorca, Santa Ponsa is a well loved holiday destination, served by the package holiday industry.

More in Majorca: Porto Cristo Map - Arenal Map - Puerto Andratx Map - Calas de Mallorca Map - Playa de Muro Map - Cala Millor Map - Portals Nous Map - Palma de Mallorca Map - Porto Colom Map

Salou Tarragona - One of the most popular seaside resorts in Spain, Salou has long been a desirable holiday destination. Its fine beaches and in particular its huge Port Aventura Theme Park attracts thousands of visitors each year, both domestic and international travellers. Salou is near to Cambrils, Vilafortuny, La Pineda, Reus, Vila-Seca and Tarragona city.

Ciudad Quesada Alicante - Now regarded as a city, though you wouldn't think it, Ciudad Quesada or just Quesada as most people call it, is located some 11 kilometres inland from Torrevieja in the Alicante province of the Costa Blanca. It was a place where thousands of people bought holiday homes and villas in the 1990's and early 2000's.

Campoamor Alicante - A popular and attractive resort on the Costa Blanca, with fabulous sandy beaches and decent facilities Campoamor attracts plenty of visitors in the summer time, its golf course Club de Golf Campoamor draws golfers all through the year.

Villamartin Alicante - If you fancy a few rounds of golf and would like a holiday break at the same time, you could do little better than to head for Villamartin on the Orihuela Costa, Spain. Sitting beside 2 other fine golf courses this golf course and residential urbanization is also handy for the coast and the beaches of La Zenia, Cabo Roig and Campoamor. Villamartin

Algorfa Alicante - Also handy for one of the areas' finest golf courses, Algorfa is a charming little village with a sizeable expat community and has a friendly, welcoming atmosphere for visitors and holidaymakers alike.

Moraira Alicante - A pretty little coastal town in the north of the Alicante province (Costa Blanca), Moraira grew up as a fishing village but is now more important as a tourist centre attracting large numbers of visitors during the warm summer months. Road Map of Moraira.

Altea Alicante - A historic and picturesque town located to the north of Benidorm on the Costa Blanca (Alicante), Altea is worth visiting for its charming old town, its beach and its busy street market. Road Map of Altea.

Callosa de Segura - Located near to the town of Orihuela, Callosa de Segura has a population of over 17,000 making it a sizeable town for the area, it has some interesting churches, museums and the ruined Castle of Callosa. See a map of the town and get more info here: Road Map of Callosa de Segura.

Garrucha Almeria - Close to the better known resort of Mojacar, Garrucha is on the Costa Almeria and is a historic fishing town which is well worth visiting. Road Map of Garrucha.

Andratx Majorca - Together with its coastal port Puerto Andratx, this town is a popular tourist destination with plenty of attractions to interest the most discerning of visitors, nature lovers can head for the Sa Dragonera Parque Natural (Natural Park), culture lovers for its castle, its two museums and its several churches, beach lovers can head for any number of beautiful beaches and coves. Road Map of Andratx.

Alaro Majorca - Famous for its castle (Alaro Castle) the town of Alaro is near to the Serra de Tramuntana mountains making it popular with hikers and nature enthusiasts. Road Map of Alaro.

La Zenia - One of the popular Orihuela Costa resorts, La Zenia boasts fine beaches, lively entertainment and easy access to lots of interesting places in the region of Alicante. A visit to La Zenia will be well rewarded.

Benijofar Alicante - A small inland town in the province of Alicante on the Costa Blanca, Benijofar saw much development during the late 20th century. There is a large residential urbanization nearby called Benimar. The nearby town of Rojales is very interesting with the older part beside the River Segura, which flows through the town. Road Map of Benijofar.

More Spanish Maps: Pego, Sax, Cox, Albatera, Jacarilla, Dolores, Benferri, Almoradi, Orihuela, Aspe, Algorfa

Some Costa Blanca Urbanizations: Lo Crispin, Campomar, El Raso, Villamartin

Some Costa Blanca Seaside Resorts: Cabo Roig, Torrevieja, Punta Prima, Santa Pola, Los Arenales, Benidorm

Cities: Valencia

Costa de la Luz Maps: Isla Cristina - Ayamonte

Majorca Guides: Majorca Map - Alcudia - Cala Mayor

Costa Blanca Guides: Guide to Cabo Roig

Holiday Homes:

Cabo Roig: 3 bedroom frontline holiday home in Aldeas de Aguamarina 1, click here: Holiday Home in Cabo Roig