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Madrid is the capital city of Spain, and it is also the largest city in the country. Located in the central part of the country, Madrid is the political and economic center of Spain. The city has a population of over 3 million people.


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Málaga is a city in southern Spain, on the Costa del Sol on the Mediterranean Sea. It is the capital of the province of Málaga, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. It is the fifth-largest city in Andalusia, with a population of 568,305 in 2018. The southernmost large city in Europe, it lies about 100 kilometres east of the Strait of Gibraltar and about 130 kilometres north of Africa.cently Developed Apartment Property

Valencia Province

Valencia is the third largest city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona and is the capital of the province of Valencia. The province of Valencia is home to some of the best beaches in Spain. The Costa Blanca is a popular tourist destination, with its sandy beaches, clear waters and Mediterranean atmosphere. The Costa del Azahar is also a popular beach destination, with its orange groves and sandy beaches. Valencia is home to many universities and museums, as well as a historic old town. The city is also a major port and has a large airport.
Local towns & populations:
(Valencia: 790,000), (Sagunto: 66,000),
(Gandia: 79,000), (Paiporta: 24,000),
(Xávita: 29,000), (Ontinyent: 38,000),
(Torrent: 94,000), (Paterna: 67,000),
(Oliva: 28,000), (Algemesí: 28,000)

Costa del Sol

The Costa del Sol is a renowned destinations on the southern coast of Spain. The Costa del Sol, also known as the Sunshine Coast, extends for over 250 kilometres from the city of Gibraltar in the west to the town of Nerja in the east. Within this stretch of coastline there are a number of famous resort towns and tourist hotspots. The Costa del Sol is renowned for its sunny weather, beautiful beaches and luxury lifestyle. The average annual temperature is a balmy 22 degrees Celsius and there are over 300 days of sunshine per year. This makes the Costa del Sol an ideal holiday destination for sun-seekers from all over Europe. The Costa del Sol is also a popular destination for golfers, with over 60 golf courses dotted along the coastline. The region is also home to a number of luxury spa resorts and health clubs, making it the perfect place to relax and unwind. Whether you’re looking for a action-packed holiday or a relaxing break in the sun, the Costa del Sol has something to offer everyone.
Local towns & populations:
(Nerja: 22,000), (Torremolinos: 70,709),
(Benalmádena: 64,000), (Mijas: 79,000),
(Fuengirola: 74,000), (Marbella: 140,000),
(Nueva Andalucia: 19,790), (San Pedro: 17,593),
(Estepona: 66,000),

Costa Topical

Costa Tropical is a municipality located in the province of Granada, southern Spain. The municipality covers an area of ​​430.6 km2 which includes the towns of Almuñecar, Motril, Salobreño, Le Herradura, Albuñol, Rota. The Costa Tropical is a coastal strip that extends along the Mediterranean Sea, in the province of Granada (Andalusia, southern Spain). It has an extension of approximately 100 km. The Costa Tropical is located between the Costa del Sol (to the west) and the Costa de Almería (to the east). Its name is due to the humid subtropical climate that is presented in the area, which is why it is also known as the 'tropical coast'. The average annual temperature is 18ºC and the rainfall is around 500 mm. The Costa Tropical has more than 300 days of sunshine a year. The main tourist attractions of the Costa Tropical are its beaches, which are very popular with tourists from all over Europe. The most famous beaches are those of Salobreña, Motril and Almuñécar. In addition, the Costa Tropical is also a very popular destination for adventure sports, such as hiking, climbing, canyoning, etc.
Local towns & populations:
(Almuñecar: 28,000), (Motril: 61,000),
(Salobreña: 13,000), (La Herradura: 4,500),
(Albuñol: 6,700), (Gaulchos: 4,700),
(Molízar: 3,200), (Polopos: 1,900)

Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca is located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, with 219 km of coastline and a total area of 5,817 km². It has 141 municipalities. The weather is typically Mediterranean, with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The Costa Blanca is home to a number of interesting attractions, including the remains of a Roman aqueduct, a 16th-century fort, and many beautiful beaches.
Local towns & populations:
(Altea: 24,000), (Calp: 27,000), (Benidorm: 70,000),
(Xábia: 32,000), (Dénia: 45,000), (Villajoyosa: 33,000), (Torrevieja: 100,000), (Moraira: 10,000), (Santa Pola: 36,000), (El Campello: 27,000), (Elche: 230,000),
(Pilar de la Hordada: 23,000).

Costa de Cádiz

The Costa de Cádiz is a coastline in southwestern Spain that stretches along the Atlantic Ocean from the province of Cádiz in Andalusia to the westernmost point of the country, Cape Trafalgar. The Costa de Cádiz is known for its sunny weather, sandy beaches, and seafood. Cádiz city itself is a city and port and is the capital of the province of Cádiz, one of eight which make up the autonomous community of Andalusia. Cádiz is located on a narrow strip of land surrounded by the sea. The older part of Cádiz is built on a peninsula, while the newer part is on the mainland. Cádiz is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, and has been inhabited since at least 1100 BC. Cádiz has a Mediterranean climate, with warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The average temperature in Cádiz is 21.5 °C (70.7 °F).
Local towns & populations:
(Cádiz: 120,000), (Conil de la Frontera: 22,000),
(Tarifa: 18,000), (Sanúlcar de Barrameda: 67,000),
(Barbate: 23,000), (El Puerto de Santa Maria: 89,000),
(Rota: 29,000), (Chiclana de la Frontera: 80,000), (San Fernando: 97,000), (San Roque: 30,000), (Manilva: 14,000)

Alicante Province

The province of Alicante is in the southern Spanish region of Valencia with l ong sandy beaches, unspoiled rural villages & friendly people have helped Alicante Province to become one of the most popular places to buy property in Spain. Property does however remain affordable, especially in the South & inland locations.
Local towns & populations:
(Alicante: 340,000), (Elche: 230,000),
(Orihuela: 89,000), (Cox: 7,000), (Alcoi: 61,000),
(Altea: 24,000), (Dénia: 45,000), (Aspe: 20,000),
(Calp: 24,000), (Crevellent: 28,000),
(L´Alfás del Pi: 22,000).


Tenerife is the largest and most populated island of the seven Canary Islands. It is also the most populated island of Spain, with a land area of 2,034.38 square kilometres (785 sq mi) and 904,713 inhabitants, 43% of the total population of the Canary Islands. Tenerife is the largest and most populous island of Macaronesia.
Local towns & populations:
(Santa Cruz de Tenerife: 220,000), (Puerto de la Cruz: 33,000), (San Cristobál de la Laguna: 160,000),
(Garachico: 5,3000), (Icod de los Vinos: 24,000),
(Candelaria: 26,000), (Tacoronte: 24,000),
(Los Realejos: 38,000), (El Rosario: 17,000)

Murcia Province

Murcia is a province in the southeast of Spain, in the autonomous community of Murcia. It is bordered by the provinces of Alicante to the south, Albacete to the west, and Almería to the east. The Mediterranean Sea lies to the south. The province of Murcia is divided into two comarcas: the comarca of Murcia, which includes the city of Murcia, and the comarca of the Vega Baja del Segura, which includes the cities of Orihuela, Torrevieja, Elche, and Cartagena. The economy of the province is based on agriculture, livestock, industry, and tourism. The main crops are citrus fruits, vegetables, and cereals. The livestock industry is based on cattle, sheep, and pigs. Industry is concentrated in the city of Murcia. Tourism is based on the beaches of the Costa Cálida and the city of Murcia. The province of Murcia is home to several important historical and cultural sites. The Cathedral of Murcia is a Gothic cathedral built in the 14th century. The Museo Nacional de Arte Romano is a museum in Murcia that houses a collection of Roman artifacts.
Local towns & populations:
(Abanilla: 6,347), (Abarán: 13,000),
(Águilas: 34,900), (Alcantarilla:41,326),
(Alhama de Murcia: 20,269), (Archena: 18,559),
(Deniel: 11,027), (Cartagena: 214,165), (Cieza: 35,385), (Jumilla: 26,015), (Las Torres de Cotillas: 21,282), (Lorca: 93,000), (Mazarón: 35,464), (Molina de Seguara: 65,815), (Murcia: 441,345), (Torre-Pacheo: 32,471), (Yecla: 34,945)

Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca is the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands in Spain. It is situated on the south coast of Majorca on the Bay of Palma. The Cabrera Archipelago, though widely separated from Palma proper, is administratively considered part of the municipality. As of 2018, Palma de Mallorca Airport serves over 29 million passengers per year. The city was founded as a Roman camp upon the remains of a Talaiotic settlement. The city's history, culture and climate have made it a major tourist destination, with some 3.8 million visitors in 2017. Majorca is the largest island of the Balearic Islands, which are part of Spain and located in the Mediterranean. The name derives from Latin insula maior, 'larger island'.
Local towns & populations:
(Palma: 410,000), (Alcúdia: 19,000),
(Sóller: 14,000), (Pollenca: 16,000), (Capdepera: 12,000),
(Calviá: 52,000), (Llucmajor: 37,000), (Andratx: 12,000),
(: 24,000), (Marratxi: 34,000),
(Felanitx: 18,000).

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