Here we are, already nearly halfway through July and, as it tends to do, the summer that we so anxiously await each year is flying by. But don’t fret! There’s still plenty of time to turn summer 2009 into an unforgettable experience of a lifetime, so if you’re looking for a fun, unique and rewarding summer adventure to tell your friends about, Spain has just what you’re looking for.
Spaniards adore the long, sunny days and warm evenings of summer and make the most out of each day, enjoying all that their country has to offer and happily encouraging visitors to do the same. Along with year-round attractions like museums, palaces and historical sights spanning the centuries, there are a few aspects of Spain that are best experienced in summer, so don’t let this opportunity pass you by!
First of all, Spain boasts over 5,000 miles (8,045 kilometers) of spectacular, postcard-worthy coastlines, so it’s no wonder that a happy mix of beach-going local and international vacationers come to soak up the sun and cool off in the sea in cities like Barcelona, Alicante and Marbella.
What’s more, the warm evenings are ideal for sipping on cool drinks at sidewalk cafés, taking seaside strolls and enjoying summer cultural festivals like the Grec Festival in Barcelona or the Veranos de la Villa Festival in Madrid, two fantastic summer-long cultural extravaganzas featuring all sorts of open-air concerts, theatre, opera, dance, film, exhibitions and much more.
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