Situated in the far southwestern corner of Europe, the Iberian Peninsula is a holiday country par excellence. Spain is not uniquely for sunseekers, although they will be pleased to find never-ending -beaches. In the interior, everchanging scenery, sites and monuments of which some are internationally known, and -picturesque villages and towns await the curious visitor.
Eating and Drinking
Meals are generally hearty and consist of 4 to 5 courses. Spanish cuisine is characterised by the use of olive oil and lots of garlic in the cooking. Along the coast, fish and seafood constitute the main courses, while in the hinterland, lamb, rabbit and other -meat dishes are generally served. "Tapas" (appetisers) are typically Spanish, served at all hours. Lunch is served between 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm, dinner between 9 pm and 11 pm. Service is included, but it is common practice to leave a supplementary tip.
Travelling by Car
The motorways are toll roads. The speed limit is 120 km/h on the motorways, 100 km/h on the fast lanes and 60 km/h in town. Seat belts are obligatory in the front and back of the vehicle.
The region Costa de la Luz
Costa de la Luz or the coast of the light extends from Gibraltar to the border of Portugal. A rare intensity of light is cast upon this region, where the vast stretches of sand give way to beaches. The most famous towns in Costa de la Luz are Cadiz, Seville and Cordoba.
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Maximum number of persons allowed: 4
Maximum number of extra babies allowed: 1
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