Home to some of the oldest civilizations in the Mediterranean, Torremolinos is today one of the Costa del Sol's prime destinations.
Our Opinion of Spain
Land of bullfighting and flamenco, Spain is a feast for the senses, alive with colour and motion. Every one of Spain's many provinces offers something different to its visitors. From the Moorish influences in the south to the independence of the north, from beaches to mountains, from modern cities to towns from another time, the experiences you get from a visit to Spain are limitless.
More Spain Vacation Information
Madrid is the country's capital and a city that is both modern and full of life. Barcelona is one of Europe's most dynamic and stylish cities, ideally situated on the Mediterranean coast. Other highlights include Granada, Malaga, Seville, Valencia, San Sebastián and Bilbao. For a great escape, check out the Balearic Islands, which include Ibiza and Mallorca. Or head to Pamplona and run with the bulls.
Things to know about Spain Vacations
Time Zone: GMT +1hr. Daylight savings time is applied.
Government: Parliamentary democracy and Constitutional monarchy.
Land size: 504,030 km2.
Population: 46,500,000 approx.
Religion: Roman Catholic 76%, other faiths 5%, non-religuous 19% .
Documents A valid passport is required for stays of a maximum period of 90 days.
Driver's License International Driving Permit is required. To rent a vehicle you must be at least 21 years of age and have a credit card.
Spain Vacation Tips
In every single establishment in Spain, service is included with the price of the meal or drink. However, tipping is a common practice at bars and restaurants, hotels, and taxis, depending on the total price for the service, and on the generosity of the client. It is usually around 5 to 10 percent of the total price.
Spain Weather Averages
Spain has a predominantly warm Mediterranean climate, with dry summers and winters with balanced temperatures. To the north, on the Cantabrian coast, you will find a mild climate with high rainfall. Winters are mild and in summer temperatures rarely exceed 25ºC. However, in the higher parts of the country, the climate is harsher and it is common to see snow from the beginning of winter to the end of spring. This is the case of the Pyrenees, the mountains of Sierra Nevada, the Central and Iberian ranges, and the Cantabrian Mountains, amongst others.
For monthly average temperatures please refer to your destination of choice.
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