Peñíscola is a spectacular medieval fortress on a rock jutting out into the Mediterranean. They've filmed everything from El Cid to Game of Thrones here - and it was once home to a Pope!
The Ebro Delta is a startlingly different landscape - water, endless rice fields and wildlife. We took a drive down to the mouth of Spain's second longest river.
El Peñon d'Ifach is an icon of the Costa Blanca - a huge rock rising over a thousand feet out of the sea. It looks impossible to climb. But if you're fairly fit and not afraid of heights, you can get to the top for fantastic views.
Guadalest is only a short drive inland from the Costa Blanca. But the views are spectacular - well worth a day out from the beach.
Albarracín has been voted most beautiful village in Spain. It's a crowded field! Take a look at the pictures in this post and see what you think
The spectacular church that looks just like a pint-sized version of Gaudí's Sagrada Familia!
A staggering 19 million people stream through Málaga airport every year. Most of them are heading for the beach. But Málaga itself is well worth a visit in its own right
El Caminito del Rey in southern Spain used to be the world's most dangerous path. Now you can hike it safely in your trainers
The oldest restaurant in the world has been serving meals in Madrid for almost three centuries. And over the years, they've had some interesting guests...
They're a regular roadside sight in Spain. Huge black bulls dominating the skyline. But why are they there, and who put them up in the first place?