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Spain  -  29  properties

Catalonia Villas  - 12
Andalucia Villas  - 11
Baleares  - 6
Barcelona City  - 2

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Owing to its unique combination of popular Mediterranean coastal resorts and uncharted inland territories, Spain is a traveler's dream. You'll find snow-capped peaks, verdant meadows, orange, olive, and almond groves, and deserts dotted with cork trees. What's more, Spain is characterized by a pronounced regional diversity of language, culture, and politics. There are seventeen independent regions. Exuberance for life, however, unifies all Spaniards. Whether taking a customary evening stroll, meeting for tapas, or sharing a holiday with family, natives exude a joyful enthusiasm. Ideal itineraries might include exploration of Andalucia's Moorish mountain towns, or perhaps a weeklong foray into the varied delights of Barcelona, Spain's cultural hub. Longing for sun and sea? Then look no further than the Balearics (in the Mediterranean) and Canary Islands (in the Atlantic.)

Catalonia Villas  -  [ Matches:  12 Villas and Houses For Rent]

Encompassing Barcelona, the Costa Brava, the medieval town of Girona, and the Catalan Pyrenees, Catalonia offers no end of opportunities for day trips and adventures. Here you really can have it all: explore the wonders of Gaudi in Barcelona, find the last good beaches on the northern reaches of the famous Costa Brava, and trek between mountain villages on the Romasque trail. With a trusty rental car, sturdy shoes, and a good map, you can explore for months.

Andalucia Villas  -  [ Matches:  11 Villas and Houses For Rent]

This region features a distinct Moorish influence. You'll also find brilliant white hill towns and hundreds of miles of coastline. While the beach resorts draw visitors from around the world, the real jewels of the region are the sophisticated cities of Sevilla, Granada, and Cordoba. The cuisine of Southern Spain has distinct Arab influences. Rice, lemons, oranges, olives, and grapes figure prominently, as well as spices such as saffron and cumin. The region is famous for its grilled fish, sardines, and fried squid. Some of best jamon serrano (cured ham) is sliced and served as tapas, which are small snacks that originally accompanied a glass of sherry. Tapas range from cold meats or cheeses to elaborately prepared hot dishes of seafood, meat, or vegetables.

Baleares  -  [ Matches:  6 Villas and Houses For Rent]

The Baleares include Mallorca, Menorca, and Cabrera to the north, and Ibiza and Formentera to the southwest. With roughly 300 days of sunshine per year, the islands are a beach lover's paradise. It's no surprise, then, that every variety of large resort hotel and tourist operation can be found here. Nonetheless, there are also large expanses of open, unspoiled countryside and areas of fertile farmland.

Barcelona City  -  [ Matches:  2 Villas and Houses For Rent]

A city on fast-forward, Barcelona is Spain's most important commercial center. It's also an incredible cultural hub with a colorful artistic and architectural heritage. From our rentals in Barcelona, you'll visit museums devoted to artists such as Picasso and Joan Miro' and spectacular Art Nouveau structures by Antonio Gaudi. The Barrio Gotico, the city's medieval heart, anchors the old town and is a great starting point for your exploration. When you've had your fill of museums, stroll down the Ramblas, the city's most famous boulevard, or pass an hour in one of its beautiful parks. If you're itching to pound the pavement, then stick a map in your back pocket and simply get lost. Or, better yet, make the trek to Gaudi's fantastic Park Guell, located in the suburbs---or head in the opposite direction down to the city's bustling harbor. Barcelona is very much a walker's city.