Spain

Appropriately called the 'Bull's Hide' by Greek geographer Strabo, in 29-27 BCE, the landmass of Spain with its 505,000 sq kms provides the traveller with an opportunity to experience great diversity within its borders; bound by sea except for Portugal to the West and joined to France and the rest...

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Portugal

A land of great tradition and famous for its warm hospitality, Portugal shared a common history with Spain for centuries, however, its regional individuality in culture and language, combined with a dogged determination for self-rule, brought its nationhood to the fore as early as the 12th century, when Afonso Henriques...

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Morocco

This ancient land of great history and complexity, has significant links with the Iberian peninsula. Morocco has been not only a vital source of cultural, architectural, artistic and linguistic influence on Spain and Portugal owing to almost eight centuries of Moorish occupation, (between the 8th and 15th centuries), but it...

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