Heritage

The coexistence of different cultures over the centuries has left Spain with priceless treasures which form part of its historical and cultural heritage. Spain is the country with the third most cultural sites to have been declared World Heritage sites, but it also has elements which have been declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity and an extensive network of Biosphere Reserves and National Parks.

The artistic wealth of our country crosses borders and is a true legacy of humanity. Esteban Cobo (EFE)

The artistic wealth of our country crosses borders and is a true legacy of humanity.

World Heritage Cities

Spain is ranked third on the UNESCO World Heritage list.

Las Catedrales Beach in Ribadeo, Galicia

An extensive network of Biosphere Reserves and National Parks protect our county’s extraordinary flora and fauna.

Los 'castells', Humanity Heritage

The open, welcoming and participative character of the Spanish people is expressed in fairs and festivals.

Traces left behind by history

Researchers, explorers, artists, intellectuals, filmmakers, playwrights, scholars and many others have made their contribution to the huge Spanish Historical Heritage.