Regions in Spain
Murcia. Andulancia. Balearic Islands. Cantabria. Murcia. La Rioja. Navarra. Asturias. What do you think is the common denominator among each? Aside from the verity that all can be located in Spain, each is also a primary division of the country that has contributed much to the nation’s present status in the European Union (EU). Below are some of the others of its kind.
Aragon is known for how it fantastically took care of Mother Nature’s offerings. With terrific landscapes and glacier waters, of all the regions in Spain, Aragon is considered unique because at this point, you can still spot animals that are already extinct in other parts of Europe. Bordered by France with the breathtaking Pyrenees, this community has three major provinces namely Zaragoza, Teruel and Huesca.
Catalonia is a haven for vacationers as you can see a lot of great beaches perfect for your holiday. Aside from being best recognized for one of its provinces, Barcelona, Catalonia is unmistakably a first- rate tourist destination. Aside from aquatic activities to be enjoyed, there are also other things to do such as visiting the Montserrat Formations and Garrotxa Volcano, among the others. This is one of the regions in Spain that has plenty of major attractions such as Costa Brava, Girona, Figueres and Costa Dorada, to name a few.
Extremadura is a reflection of the country being captured by the Romans how many centuries ago. In the province of Merida, you can still see a lot of ruins from the past empire that was regarded very powerful. As a matter of fact, among the regions in Spain, Extramadura was the lone placed in Ancient Rome’s accounts of history. However, not for long, the community was found by the Americans which took possession. Sierra Morena, Montes de Toledo and Cordillera Central are among the interesting sites.
Galicia is identified as the “land of the thousand rivers” where its own bodies of water pass by all the other corners of the country. At the same time, Galicia also has perilous crags such as that of Costa de la Muerte where in English, it means, “coast of death.” This is among the regions in Spain that has a very moderate climate even in the season of winter where the temperature is only about five degrees Celsius. As for the period when the sun is high, it can only reach the maximum of twenty degrees Celsius.