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Top Destinations in Spain Where the Spanish Go

Top Destinations in Spain Where the Spanish Go

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Around two-thirds of Spanish people opt to stay in their own country when deciding where to take their vacation. Given Spain’s gorgeous coastline, majestic mountain ranges, and sun-soaked archipelagos in both the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, who can blame them? It’s also no surprise that the locals tend to avoid the tourist traps that cater to millions of foreign travelers who visit the country every year. So, here’s the low-down on where to go in Spain when you want to vacation like a real Spaniard. Santo Tomas, Minorca/Oyster It may surprise many, but the Spanish account for close to 20 percent of the 12-plus million tourists who visit the Balearic Islands each year. Roughly half head to the largest of the islands — Majorca — though they tend to avoid the peak summer season, when most of the coastal resorts are dominated by British and German tourists. The most […]

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