Spain Towns

View some Spain towns with interactive maps, and get information on places and resorts in what is still Europe's most popular holiday destination.

Maps of Spanish Towns

Spain Towns:

Cala Millor: Another of the popular east coast resorts of Majorca, Cala Millor is also one of the largest, it has a fine beach and attracts many thousands of visitors each year. Surrounding resorts such as Sa Coma, Cala Bona and S'Illot are also very popular.

Majorca: The largest and most popular of the Spanish Balearic Islands, Majorca has numerous popular resorts and also some excellent attractions. It is blessed with plenty of fine sandy beaches and has a plethora of pretty harbours and marinas. Attracted by its beauty and fine weather conditions, millions of visitors head to the island each year. Majorca Map.

Puerto Andratx: An upmarket resort located in the north-west of Majorca, Puerto Andratx has a pretty harbour, sandy beach, water sports facilities, and decent amenities.

Porto Colom: A popular family holiday resort on the eastern coast of Majorca, Porto Colom has a pretty harbour, nice beach, and excellent facilities.

Malaga: Provincial capital for the Costa del Sol region, Malaga is also the location of the main airport for the area, welcoming the arrival of the majority of the Costa del Sol's holidaymakers. A city with a long history, Malaga has plenty to attract tourists, and enjoys excellent weather conditions.

Moraira: One of the least spoilt coastal resorts on the Costa Blanca, Moraira is located on a beautiful part of the coast and has a lovely sandy beach and pretty harbour. Popular with those seeking detached villa style property for their holidays, Moraira is a great spot to visit, and experiences some excellent weather conditions right through the year.

Tenerife: The largest, most populated and most visited island in the Canaries, Tenerife also boasts Spain's highest peak in Mount Teide, which reaches a height of over 12,000 feet, it has been part of a protected National Park since the 1950's. The most popular part of the island for holidaymakers is the hot south where sunny weather can be expected both winter and summer.Tenerife Map.

Barcelona: Second largest city in Spain after Madrid, Barcelona is a pulsating and vibrant city with a vast selection of attractions to visit and enjoy. Barcelona Map.

Salou - Salou is one of the busiest resorts on the Costa Dorada coastline of Spain, famous for its Port Aventura theme park. Salou Map.

Cambrils - Another of the busy Costa Dorada resorts, Cambrils is a little more laid back than Salou. Cambrils Map.

Reus - Industrial city and location of the airport for the Costa Dorada region, Reus still has some intersting places to visit. Reus Map.

Menorca - Second largest of the Spanish Balearic Islands, Menorca is a popular holiday destination for a quieter, beach style holiday, away from the hustle and bustle of Ibiza or Mallorca. Menorca Map.

Benidorm - Europe's most visited seaside resort, Benidorm has a huge range of attractions and 2 of the finest beaches in the region. Benidorm Map.

Denia - Somewhat more peaceful than Benidorm, Denia is an attractive seaside resort in the extreme north of the Costa Blanca. Denia Map.

Alicante - Capital of the Alicante province of the Comunidad de Valencia, Alicante has been occupied for over 7,000 years. Alicante Map.

Torrevieja - A busy coastal town to the south of Alicante, Torrevieja grew mostly due to the demand for holiday homes in the sun. Torrevieja Map.

La Mata - Located north of Torrevieja, La Mata has been significant for the production of salt for many centuries. La Mata Map.

Playa Flamenca - Located to the south of Torrevieja, Playa Flamenca is a popular beachside resort with lots of facilities and plenty of rental accommodation. Playa Flamenca Map.

Benalmadena - One of the 3 big resorts to the south-west of Malaga, Benalmadena is a popular holiday destination. Benalmadena Map.

Playa del Ingles - Sitting beside the more upmarket resort of Maspalomas and one of the island of Gran Canaria's best loved resorts, Playa del Ingles is a rather ugly resort, which has been rather over developed for many peoples taste, but with a superb beach, good facilities, lots of holiday accommodation choices, and fabulous weather conditions, it remains one of the prime destinations on the island. Playa del Ingles is about 30 kilometres from Gran Canaria Airport. Playa del Ingles Map.

Benicassim - Well known for its annual music festival, Benicassim is also a popular coastal resort with sandy beaches, attractive coastline and a ruined 10th century castle. If you are visiting Benicassim for a family holiday try to avoid the week of the festival as the resort gets very crowded and apartments and hotel rooms are at a premium.

Also shown on this Spain towns map are areas of the countries of France, Portugal, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Italy, you can also see the Balearic Islands.

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