10:19 20 July 2011
When you go on holiday to Spain you will want to make the most of the food that is on offer.
Each of Spains regions has their own specialities, and some of them are highlighted in this video. They include:
Andalucías cuisine is of the highest quality, but the one thing you must try is the famous cold soup of 'gazpacho'. It also offers eight hundred kilometres of coastline and over three hundred days of sunshine a year.
For nature lovers and active types there are two national parks, whales, orcas and dolphins and the largest mass of protected area in Spain.
Spanish Jamón is thing to try in Aragón look out for restaurants that offer a traditional ham carving. Apart from the food, Aragón is also home to The Pyrenees, the most important range of mountains in Spain.
The western valleys come under the humid influence of the Atlantic Ocean, creating magnificent forested areas such as the Selva de Oza, a beautiful virgin landscape.
The Basque Country is one of the world's top gastronomic destinations, with key gourmet centres in San Sebastian, Hondarribia and Bilbao as well as being world-renowned for its contemporary architecture and modern art.
Navarra, in the north of Spain, is a special land thanks to its diversity, scenery and history that can be enjoyed all year round.
Navarra has inherited the essence of its ancient Kingdom. Its a place to walk through, to relax in and to enjoy its excellent cuisine such as cheese and chorizo.
Region of Valencia
Renowned as the home of paella, the region of Valencia is home to vibrant cities like Valencia and Alicante, sunny beaches in popular resorts like Benidorm and others dotted along the Costa Blanca and Costa Azahar.
The region also offers a mountainous interior dotted with picturesque villages and some of the most boisterous fiestas in Spain like Las Fallas or La Tomatina.
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