Rich history and culture, exceptional food, pristine beaches, majestic mountains, relaxation, adventure — all packed into one sun-kissed Caribbean paradise. La Isla del Encanto is full of people who are buena gente (which is boricua slang for kind and friendly) and welcoming. Here, you’ll feel like you are family instead of just a visitor. Around every corner, you’ll find a celebration of life, a vibrant cultural experience, food for the soul, and a captivating rhythm.
Menorca is one of Spain’s Balearic islands in the Mediterranean Sea. Traditionally more low-key than its neighbors, Mallorca and Ibiza, it’s known for its endless beaches, from miles-long sandy crescents to rocky, turquoise-watered bays called “calas.” Pine trees fringe the coast. The capital, Mahon, is on a bluff overlooking a large harbor, with Georgian mansions and a church with 13th-century roots.
The mother city is well known for its beatiful beaches with surfing spots, mountains, and wine farms.
The main Santo Domingo tourist attractions are the beaches of Boca Chica and Playa Caribe but there are other things to do. You can walk through the colonial zone which has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, also known as Zona Colonial (Colonial Zone). The Colonial Zone is oldest city in the Americas as colonized by the Spaniards a great choice for first-time visitors and history buffs. There you will learn about the spanish culture in the 15th centry, the Alcazar, the history of slave trade and the local Tainos. You can also do some ecotourism by visiting the caves at Three Eyes National Park as well as have a local Chocolate Tour where you can explore how chocolates are made!
Barcelona is one of the most important tourist destinations in Europe, with millions of people visiting every year. The city is famous for its 19th century modernist architecture. The best known of those buildings was designed by Antoni Gaudi. It is the unfinished church Sagrada Familia, which is the symbol of Barcelona. And of course, the city hosts the best football club in the world, F.C.Barcelona.