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Places of Interest in Spain-Extremadura

By tim booke at 2010-11-02 07:15:26
Paradise of Extremadura is one of the still green and rural regions of Spain

Extremadura is widely known for its beauty, wealthy flora and fauna, nature reserves and preserved surroundings. There are a lot of forests, rare species of plants and animals and national parks in Extremadura that are protected due to their value. Extremadura presents some of the largest ecosystems in Spain. This region is considered as one of the non-urbanized regions of Spain.

This natural treasure is the Spani
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Places of Interest in Spain-Burgos

By tim booke at 2010-11-02 07:14:24
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Burgos is the capital city of the province of Burgos. Situated in Northern Spain, Burgos today has a population of nearly 200 000 inhabitants, of which 178 000 live in the city and the rest of them in the suburbs. Once upon a time, the city had a different name. When the Romans conquered it, the city was known as Celtiberian city, probably because of the Celtic people that lived on the Iberian Peninsula. In the fifth century, Burgos was occupied by Visigoths and later, in the ninth ce
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Places of Interest in Spain-Burgos

By tim booke at 2010-11-02 07:13:58
History

Burgos is the capital city of the province of Burgos. Situated in Northern Spain, Burgos today has a population of nearly 200 000 inhabitants, of which 178 000 live in the city and the rest of them in the suburbs. Once upon a time, the city had a different name. When the Romans conquered it, the city was known as Celtiberian city, probably because of the Celtic people that lived on the Iberian Peninsula. In the fifth century, Burgos was occupied by Visigoths and later, in the ninth ce
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Beaches in Pollenca

By tim booke at 2010-11-02 07:13:12
There are 10 beaches in Pollenca out of which two beaches have got recognition as blue flag beaches.

Blue flag Beaches

Cala Molins – There are 4 coves in San Vicente Cove and this is the third cove. It is deeper but not long. You will find a concrete rock on one of the sides of the beach and there are sunshades and deck-chairs in this rock. The access to the sea from the beach is very easy. The water and sand quality on this beach is extremely good. This beach has white sand and moderate
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Beaches in Nerja

By tim booke at 2010-11-02 07:12:10
There are 16 beaches in Nerja out of which four beaches have got recognition as blue flag beaches.

Blue flag Beaches

Torrecilla beach – This beach is equipped with a walkway over the rocks and you can either jog or cycle on it. The palm grove here is very extensive and there is a large massif that facilitates fishing. This beach has black volcanic sand and moderate waves. The beach length is 225 M and width 7 M.

Maro – The beach has both a wild and exotic look and it has a car park.
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