Spain is a leader in tourism and committed to ensuring that it is sustainable and accessible for all. It has a huge cultural offering, adapted for people with any kind of disability. Its exceptional climatic conditions make it possible to enjoy outdoor activities and it offers a cuisine that is world-renowned.

Sustainable tourism

In Spain, we consider the environment and natural spaces to be one of our main selling points. As such, we promote sustainable tourism.

Accessible Tourism

Over the past 20 years, Spain has developed actions and projects to become a benchmark in accessible tourism of today.

Tennis player, Rafael Nadal, on the training court at Caja Mágica. Sergio Barrenechea (EFE)

Spain hosts major international sporting events.

Reina Sofia National Museum Art Centre

Spain boasts internationally renowned exhibition spaces, from historic buildings of incalculable value to new references in avant-garde architecture.

Postre del chef Eneko Atxa en la Cumbre Internacional de Gastronomía Madrid Fusión EFE Paco Campos

Food is one of the main attractions for tourists. In 2013, seven million visitors confessed to having been attracted to our kitchens.

Una transeúnte pasea por una calle comercial

Shopping in Spain is a unique experience. Small boutiques co-exist with large shopping centres.