Spain, a spirit of intimacy
A country of friendship and camaraderie, of tertulia and sobremesa.
A land of passion and elegance, rustic splendor and urbane delight, Spain exists in two worlds — one of soul and spirit, the other of soil and sea. The bounty of her land satisfies the appetite, while her paragon of beauty fills the heart. Come and feel her joy, forever you’ll behold it, and leave wanting more. Spain exemplifies diversity. Each of her regions has its own distinct, storied history and identity—from the Romans to the Iberians, the peoples who have came, stayed and departed have left indelible marks on the country’s spirit, each playing a role in shaping the culture you find today. Spain is a social land. Parks, plazas and promenades teem with the lifeblood of society, where folks cherish time with others and enjoy the space they’re in—home is for sleeping, everywhere else is for living! Although dialects differ throughout this land of passion, her alegría de vivir, her philosophy of joy, is shared by all.
A country of friendship and camaraderie, of tertulia and sobremesa. Luxury experiences await you in Spain. Spain turns your geographical preconceptions upside down. Go from skiing in Sierra Nevada to swimming in the Mediterranean in Málaga within a short drive. Kiss the sky on Teide then graze the depths of the sea in Santa Cruz in the same afternoon. The majesty of the Spanish landscape has no rival.
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Few Spanish stars shine as bright as Andalucia, a halcyon vision of breathtaking vistas, vibrant cuisines and wines so grand they can incite love in a lonely soul. Visit Andalucia and immerse yourself in her splendor — your life will never be the same.
Granada, resting in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas, is the jewel of Andalucia. When in Granada, you’re compelled to wander, to forget the time and float down its twisting, cobbled lanes, to stand in the shadows of its soaring monuments, bathe in its fountains, to inhale the fragrances of the orange and granados that drift through the town on breezes of splendor.
But Seville, Córdoba, Úbeda, Baeza, Málaga, Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz and Almería, much remains to be seen.
Andalucia has all this to offer and more — a once-in-a-lifetime experience so wondrous you might find that, although you returned home, you left your heart behind.
Catalonia’s geographic location — bordering France to the north and the Mediterranean to the east — combined with the global attraction of Barcelona, make it a social nexus of cultural influence. Catalonia’s distinct personality will captivate you while satisfying all that you desire in a luxury travel experience.
From the modernista Catalanes designs of Gaudí, César Martinell and Josep Puig i Cadafalch, to the contemporary work of Arata Isozaki, Josep Lluis Sert and Rafael Moneo, Catalan architecture inspires and attracts, merges heritage with progress, recalls the past while cultivating modernity.
From Girona to Tarragona the art embodies a creative native pulse and spectacular sceneries and traditions will captivate any traveler.
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You could spend a lifetime in Madrid and not reach the depths of her cultural fluidity, enmesh yourself fully in the fraternal weave of her social fabric, or wholly grasp the intrinsic spirit of community that pulses through the Madrileños — but you can’t spend five minutes there without feeling her joie de vivre, her exultation of spirit, her happiness of simply being.
In the nebulous region of Castile, with no defined borders other than those that lie in the hearts of Castilians, Toledo, Segovia, Ávila, León and Salamanca are only a few to mention spectacular cities where past is still breathable.
We invite you to explore a rich and dramatic region with 15 sites listed UNESCO Heritage,
The Basque Country has always governed by its own laws. Its language is unique, not just in Spain, but in the world. It’s cuisine, unparalleled. You can truly say, without cliché, there’s no place in the world like Basque Country — and as long as one Basque stands, forever it shall remain.
The Basque pride themselves on their fierce independence, the unbreakable bonds of their familial and social institutions, on their folklore and legends, on their respect for work, land and country, their traditions passed down through the millennia and on their daily spoken word. Basque, also referred to as Euskera, has remained a language isolate free of Germanic and Latin influence, largely as a result of its geography — nestled in the great Basque mountains, which have both symbolically and literally ensconced a heritage and lifestyle since its birth.
Everyone who visits the Basque Country leaves a different person. Perhaps it’s the philosophical weight of Basque autonomy, or the cultural depth and emphasis on all things intrinsic to the people, but you don’t leave your mark on Basque country, it leaves its mark on you.
Lush and verdant, wreathed in mist and rain in places and basked in sun and azure skies in others, Galicia comprises a melding of landscapes and atmospheres that vary according to season and site, elevation and eminence. Inland bears expanses of vivid green forestry and rolling hills, dramatic breadths of canyon and heart-stirring gorges that lead to serpentine rivers both rushing and serene. A contrasting coastline, backed by dunes and lowlands, trees and cliffsides, mountains and marshlands, indents and extends 1,600 km, meeting the frothy Atlantic with naturally occurring phenomena — the vaulted caves of playa de las Catedrales, the grandiose rock formations of la playa de Carnota and punta de Estaca de Bares, the northernmost point of the Iberian Peninsula, of playa de Bares.
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