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Every Spanish region is unique with its customs, flavors, nature and historical landmarks.
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The Costa del Sol region around Málaga enjoys a warm climate with over 330 sunny days a year, making it the ideal location in Europe for any event at any season.

In the beautiful city of Málaga you will find charming narrow streets, important cultural sites like the cathedral and Alcazaba castle, a variety of museums and the modern harbour Muelle Uno, which offers a waterfront promenade overlooking the Mediterranean. 

In recent years, the city has transformed its gastronomic and hotel offerings, becoming a culinary hub with diverse accommodation options. 

Beyond the city, you can explore different white villages, Ronda, with its impressive tajo bridge and ancient bullring, Marbella with its famous Puerto Banús yacht harbor and the spectacular Caminito del Rey in the hinterand. The proximity to other Andalusian cities such as Granada, Córdoba and Seville adds a multi-faceted dimension to the destination.

Basque Country

The natural beauty of the Basque Country is unparalleled, with breathtaking landscapes, rugged coastlines and picturesque villages. 

Bilbao harmoniously combines rich traditions, modern architecture, and culinary excellence. You can savor Michelin-starred haute cuisine or indulge in casual pintxos and Basque cider. The proximity to La Rioja provides an opportunity for wine-tastings and stunning bodegas and vineyards. 

Get to know the Basque culture through activities featuring their own Basque ball game or entertainments like «aizkolaritza,» «harri-jasotzea,»  involving log cutting and stone lifting . 

This unique fusion of culture, nature, and gastronomy makes Bilbao a perfect choice for events.


Valencia is one of the lesser-known Spanish destinations, but definitely not because it is not worth visiting.  Highlighted by the City of Arts and Sciences, with its impressive Hemisfèric, this city blends modern architecture with a picturesque old town. In addition to being famous for its paella and oranges, Valencia is the third-largest city in Spain, featuring a vast exhibition center and a modern port.

It is worth exploring the City of Arts by Calatrava, the Carmen neighborhood filled with urban art and the natural park of Albufera, surrounded by a freshwater lake and extensive acres of rice fields.

Valencia also presents the Turia River, whose course has been transformed into an extensive green space, making it the largest public park in Spain.  


Seville, a city immersed in history, situated along the banks of the Guadalquivir River, offers an extraordinary blend of Moorish, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture. With its iconic landmarks like the Alcazar and the Giralda Tower, it provides an authentic atmosphere that mixes centuries-old charm with modern amenities. 

Wandering through the narrow streets of the historic Santa Cruz district reveals charming courtyards, hidden squares, and a maze of alleys with a distinct Andalusian charm. 

Its vibrant culture as the hotspot for flamenco music and dances, renowned cuisine, tapas bars, and warm hospitality create an inviting environment for any corporate gathering. 

With state-of-the-art conference facilities, picturesque venues and palace houses, hosting an event in Seville promises a memorable and enriching experience for participants.


The capital of Spain stands out as an excellent destination for hosting events. Historic venues like the Royal Palace and Plaza Mayor, coupled with world-renowned museums such as the Prado and Reina Sofia, provide distinctive settings for various occasions. 

Modern conference facilities like IFEMA – Feria de Madrid provide over 200,000 square meters of exhibition space, ensuring a seamless and professional experience for conferences and events.

It offers a diverse range of accommodations with great conference facilities, strategically located for easy access to both event venues and cultural attractions.

Beyond the city, nearby UNESCO-listed sites such as Toledo, Segovia, and Ávila, can be explored, adding a historical dimension to any event. And for football enthusiasts, Madrid boasts iconic stadiums like the Santiago Bernabéu and Metropolitano, offering a unique sporting experience.


Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands, nestled in the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean, offer a mix of natural beauty with perfect beaches, mild climate and culinary delights.

The islands’ culinary scene, with its emphasis on locally sourced ingredients, provides a true taste of the Mediterranean with it´s Fresh seafood, local cheeses, and traditional dishes like Sobrasada or Ensaimada.

Modern conference facilities in Palma and Ibiza cater to business needs, while the stunning surroundings provide an ideal backdrop for team-building activities and networking events. The islands’ accessibility and well-developed infrastructure further contribute to their appeal as a top destination for corporate gatherings.


Barcelona, the vibrant jewel of Catalonia, situated between the Mediterranean sea and the mountains, stands out as an ideal destination for any kind of event. 

While its iconic architectural wonders like Sagrada Familia and Park Güell offer stunning backdrops, modern facilities at Fira Barcelona and countless event locations in and around the city ensure to cover all possible expectations. 

The city offers a wide range of charming as well as modern and elegant hotels with great capacities for meetings or incentive trips.

The iconic Camp Nou stadium can also provide a unique sporting experience. 

Barcelona’s Mediterranean charm, vibrant nightlife, and important heritage create an enchanting atmosphere for a well-rounded and memorable event experience.

Canary Islands

The Canary Islands, situated off Africa’s northwest coast, are a unique European destination with subtropical climate and a stable temperature between 20ºC and 28ºC throughout the year.

The islands offer a variety of natural wonders with distinctive ecosystems and lunar-like landscapes. Discover the unearthly volcanic terrain of Lanzarote’s Timanfaya National Park and Spain’s highest peak, the volcano Teide in Tenerife.

Traditional dishes like «papas arrugadas» (wrinkled potatoes) with «mojo» sauce showcase the special flavors of the archipelago while the islands’ vineyards offer exquisite wines, adding to the gastronomic experience.

As a corporate event destination, the Islands offer great hotel capacities, inspiring landscapes for team-building, and excellent infrastructure, which together with their unique climate make them an optimal choice for any kind of event.