Widely known for Flamenco music and dance, bullfights, fantastic beaches and lots of sunshine, Spain has much more to offer than that. It is -and has been for thousands of years- one of the cultural centers of Europe.Learn more about Spanish Culture...
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This is one name that stands out in the world of the arts. Writer, scriptwriter, and director, Mario Camus is likely the filmmaker who has best been able to adapt Spain’s most relevant literary works to the screen. He is a master of cinematographic narrative and his works are a must in any respectable film collection.
Julio Medem is a Basque film director with a short but recognizable body of work. His movies, many of which explore human psychology, include some of the most interesting films of the last twenty years. Join don Quijote and get to know this influential artist.
This Galician singer has one of the most solid careers in the Spanish music industry. She got her start in rock and then ventured into the realms of ballads, boleros, and flamenco-fusion. Luz Casal is also a recognizable figure in Spain in the fight against breast cancer.
Canary Island wines
A pleasant climate allows a delicious variety of grapes to thrive on the Canary Islands, a sunny place where the wine is more than just fine. Find out why Canary vino has been tantalizing tasters from Shakespeare’s time up until today.
Montserrat Caballé is one of the most celebrated opera singers in the world, along with opera greats such as María Callas. Caballé has also earned popular esteem beyond the opera stage, collaborating with singers such as Freddie Mercury; the pair’s song entitled Barcelona was the official anthem of the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona.