Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Explore Spain With Car Hire Services

There are a very large number of places one can visit in Spain. Madrid, the capital of Spain is a must see, as it is famous for its variety of museums and castles. Barcelona, located in the center of Cataluña is well known for its Soccer teams and Football fanaticism. Due to the presence of a relatively well developed roadway system car rental in Spain is the best way to see all the destinations the country has to offer.

Another very famous tourist destination in Spain is Valencia which is located about 2 hours by car in the north of Alicante must be visited if you are around the Costa Blanca area. Valencia is very well known for ‘Fellas’, an annual festival that is held from the 15th to the 19th March. The Fallas are an infamous tourist attraction. During the course of the festival one will have the opportunity to see street celebrations and parades like none other. Seville, Granada and Cordoba are cities incredibly exciting destinations. These cities exhibit a distinctive Arabic influence that has transcended time and is reflective of the history of the country. The Granada’s Alhambra is one of the largest and most famous attractions here, it is a definite must see for every tourist. Easily accessible by road, it is recommended that one can use car hire Spain to see this site.

Last but not least, one should also visit the Costa Blanca, because it offers such a variety of attractions, from the vivid Benidorm nightlife to the quieter Denia and Calpe countryside’s. Costa de la Luz offer its tourists not only sun and sand but also gorgeous rivers that flow into channels reaching into the sea. One could even say that water and earth combine in the swamps, estuaries and salt mines located in the Costa de la Luz. Its name came to be due to the bright, vivid light that highlights the golden hue of the dunes and the reflection of the silver sea. The place offers a variety of landscapes of wild sierras, fertile countryside, pastures of fighting bulls, world-renowned vineyards and hidden villages where time passes lethargically by.

There are many festivals that take place in this part of Spain during the course of the spring and summer season. There are ample options for leisure activities, like fine dining, golf, kite surfing, boating, and other water sports in this area. The Costa de la Luz is especially noted for the beauty of its protected natural reserves and a number of first-rate natural attractions. Like the National Park which is home to a number of endangered species. The area can be easily be explored in a rented vehicle. It is highly recommended that one do so.