Experience Spain and Morocco
Just 8 miles apart, Spain and Morocco may be coastal neighbors, but they're worlds apart -- now's your chance to explore them both.
Tarifa, Cádiz, Andalusia, SpainThe southernmost port in Spain (and Europe), Tarifa is a short boat ride across the Strait of Gibraltar to Morocco. For a particularly good view of the harbor and the coast of Morocco, climb the Castle of Guzman El Bueno's towers. 960 1280
Dalt Vila, Ibiza, SpainIbiza (officially Eivissa in the local Catalan) is divided into two main parts: the old town, called Dalt Vila, and the modern district, called the Eixample. The vacation mecca gets, on average, 300 days of sunshine a year -- although, the water is only warm enough for a swim from May through October. 960 1280
Marrakech, MoroccoSituated near the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, Marrakech is divided into two parts. The Medina is the historic part of the city, full of character and intricately connected alleyways stuffed with vendors and stalls. The newer European district known as Gueliz is home to modern restaurants, fast food chains and big box stores. 960 1280
San Fermin's ChupinazoRevelers are sprayed with water as they celebrate during the "Chupinazo," which marks the start of the San Fermin Festival in front of Pamplona's town hall with the launch of a firecracker. Tens of thousands of people pack the streets for the kick-off to Spain's most well-known fiesta. 960 1280
A San Fermin BullfightThe picador, on horseback, helps the matadors during the first stage of the bullfight. He uses a lance to prod the bull, causing the animal to straighten its charge toward the matador and lower its head to prepare it for the next stage of the fight. Multiple bullfights are performed throughout the days of the festival. 960 1280
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