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Things to do in Spain

  • Ronda

    Take a break from sizzling on the crowded Costa del Sol beaches for a self-guided driving tour along the Route of the Pueblos Blancos. This string ... More
  • Sala Beckett

    An important fixture in the Barcelona arts scene, Sala Beckett was founded by the Teatro Fronterizo group, which was highly influenced by Irish pla... More
  • San Nicolás y San Esteban

    The tiny oil mill produces just 30,000 bottles of olive oil each year. More
  • Sare: Artesanías de Africa

  • Seville Tourism Board

    To avoid a big bill at dinner—or stave off hunger until your 10 p.m. reservation—join the locals in a tapeo, a gastronomic pub crawl from tapas bar... More
  • SHA Wellness Clinic

    The 93-suite macrobiotic retreat allows guests to fine-tune their bodies and minds with everything from laughter therapy to customized vegetarian, ... More
  • Shop-Suey

  • Sibarium Delicatessen

    Can’t bear to leave Spain’s gustatory pleasures behind? Stop in at this gleaming gourmet deli to stock up on locally made cheeses, olive oils, tinn... More
  • Siboney

    With its view of the boats bobbing in Puerto Chico and its well-measured gin and tonics, Siboney may be the perfect spot for a postprandial. Creat... More
  • Sónar

    CCCB's most glamorous event, this electronic music and art festival draws more than 80,000 people each June - rave-happy twentysomethings and class... More
  • Space

  • Spanish Journeys

    Take a culinary tour of Barcelona, which offers cooking programs and custom itineraries, with excursions to the nearby Penedès wine region. More
  • Tablao del Bereber

    Jerez is known as a center of Flamenco and you can get a good taste of the passionate dance at this tablao, a theater-tavern that attracts world-cl... More
  • Teatro Cervantes

    The icon of classical Spanish theater was long-neglected until a restoration in 1987 put it back on the map. Now, the venue draws top-name performe... More
  • Teatro Circo Price

    First founded in 1868 by Englishman and acrobat Thomas Price, the Teatro Circo Price is now Madrid’s permanent circus with clowning, tight-rope-wal... More

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