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Destinations.

DISCOVER. ENJOY. EXPERIENCE.

Let’s go to the classical capital Madrid, or the energetic and colourful Barcelona. Or maybe the vibrant Valencia with its famous paella, which will leave your mouth, and heart, longing for more!

But let’s not fool ourselves, it’s hard to say NO to the passionate flamenco and Arabic roots of Sevilla, Málaga and Granada. Although the picturesque UNESCO archeological sites like Avila or Toledo, or the medieval city Bilbao, are indispensable discoveries too. 

If you’re more an island type of group, the Balearic and Canary Islands with their long coast lines, mountains and endless outdoor activities, will be the cherry on the cake for your incentive!

The good news is that this fabulous country with its regional variety won’t ever bore! Rich gastronomy of traditional tapas, fresh and healthy Mediterranean dishes or the most recognised Michelin restaurants, just name it!

We are happy to share all of these treasures with you.

Madrid

Tradition & modernity. Chosen by Philip II as the capital because of its central location on the Iberian Peninsula, Madrid radiates a special energy like no other. 

Barcelona

Gothic quarter built on Roman ruins, mingled with art-nouveau, street art and modernism next to the Mediterranean sea and the mountains. 

Valencia

For an All-Round event next to the Mediterranean sea, Valencia offers it all. The City of Arts and Science with its breathtaking Hemisfèric is the absolute top sight of the city.

Málaga

Málaga is part of the Costa del Sol with at least 300 days of sun. Pablo Picasso’s birth town reveals a Roman theatre, the Alcaza fortress and a stunning cathedral right in the center.

Sevilla

Better known as the capital of Andalusia and UNESCO World Heritage SiteSeville is the city where all the marvellous things Spain has to offer come together.

Bilbao

The 90’s were definitely a big change for this northern Basque city. From being an industrial giant, Bilbao turned into a hip, modern, elegant city with a strong financial sector and a splendid infrastructure. 

Balearic Islands

For those who prefer the island life, the Balearic archipelago, formed by Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera, will refresh you with its Mediterranean sea breeze and clear blue waters. 

Canary Islands

Formed by 7 islands, Tenerife, Gran Canarias, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura are the 4 biggest and most visited ones.

Madrid

Tradition & modernity. Chosen by Philip II as the capital because of its central location on the Iberian Peninsula, Madrid radiates a special energy like no other. It is the city of La Movida and combines art and culture with the current modern movement in a very charming way. Its easy reachability and its boosting offer of hotels, traditional restaurants, museums and the incredible kindness of its people, make Madrid a unique location to celebrate your event.

  • 200.000 m² of exhibition space
  • Worth a visit: Royal Palace, Prado Museum, Reina Sofia Museum
  • For football lovers: Santiago Bernabéu & Wanda stadium
  • Surrounded by 6 UNESCO sites within a 100km radius like Toledo, Segovia und Ávil

Barcelona

Gothic quarter built on Roman ruins, mingled with art-nouveau, street art and modernism next to the Mediterranean sea and the mountains. After hosting the Olympic Games in 1992, Barcelona got completely transformed into a vibrant city with a boosting offer of completely equipped hotels, cosy restaurants, convention centers and spectacular venues that go beyond all your expectations.

  • 3 Congress centers which can host up to 15.000 people
  • Worth a visit: Discover Barcelona following the traces of Gaudí, Miró, Picasso & Dalí
  • For football lovers: Camp Nou Stadium (largest football stadium in Europe)
  • More than 20 Michelin-starred restaurants
  • Explore the stunning coast of the Costa Brava
  • Visit the wine and cava regions nearby
  • F1 circuit Montmeló nearby

Valencia

For an All-Round event next to the Mediterranean sea, Valencia offers it all. The City of Arts and Science with its breathtaking Hemisfèric is the absolute top sight of the city: modern architecture combined with a pitoresque old town, showing narrow alleyways and stunning squares. Feel like enjoying a traditional Spanish paella or savouring the freshest orange juice you’ll ever have? 

We’ll take you there, the surrounding orange farms and Valencian Barracas are the origin of these treats!

  • Third-largest city in Spain with a large exhibition center and a modern harbour
  • Worth a visit: City of Arts by Calatrava, Old quarter, El Carmen neighbourhood full of street art
  • Albufera Natural Park: freshwater lake and acres of rice fields
  • Las Fallas Festival has been added to UNESCO´s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage
  • Discover: Turia Rivers' riverbed was turned into a green space, being the largest public park

Málaga

Málaga is part of the Costa del Sol with at least 300 days of sun. Pablo Picasso’s birth town reveals a Roman theatre, the Alcaza fortress and a stunning cathedral right in the center. Malaga is THE base to take your event to nearby cities like Granada, Marbella, Ronda or Córdoba.

Granada has the overwhelming Alhambra complex, Ronda has Spain’s oldest bullfighting ring and the amazing valley views from El Tajo, while Córdoba has the cathedral and Arabic mosque “La Mezquita”, coloured by its many orange trees.

The further south we go, Africa starts to become visible on the distant horizon. 

Let’s see how good your Zoom is!

  • Worth a visit: Pablo Picasso´s birth house & Museum, the Alcazaba (Moorish fortress) next to the Roman Theatre and the Cathedral
  • Discover the white villages of Andalusia

Sevilla

Better known as the capital of Andalusia and UNESCO World Heritage SiteSeville is the city where all the marvellous things Spain has to offer come together: flamenco, tapas, horse dancing and history. A perfect city tour finishes at the round Plaza España with its typical Azulejos (painted tiles), displaying details of monuments and food of each part of the country. Sevilla has a wide choice of hotels and restaurants and its Conference Palace can host up to 3,500 people.

Did you know that Columbus started one of his world discovery journeys in the 16th century from Seville?

  • Movie makers paradise: well-known scenes recorded for Game of Thrones and Star Wars
  • Worth a visit: Sevilla Cathedral, Giralda & Alcázar castle
  • Home of Flamenco music & dancing
  • Visit the olive oil farms around the city

Bilbao

The 90’s were definitely a big change for this northern Basque city. From being an industrial giant, Bilbao turned into a hip, modern, elegant city with a strong financial sector and a splendid infrastructure. Its haute cuisine and proximity to the famous vineyard region, La Rioja, turn Bilbao into one of the most desired destinations. Revealing the picturesque, medieval old town and the ultramodern Guggenheim museum, Bilbao has got something for every taste! 

Not only have they got their proper Basque Ball Game, they also speak a very peculiar language whose origin is still unknown:

Ezagutu dezagun elkarrekin euskal Herria! 
Let’s discover Basque Country together!

  • Worth a visit: Guggenheim Museum, Old town with its Pintxos bars, Azkuna Zentroa
  • Visit the oldest Hanging Shuttle Bridge in the world in Getxo, 20 mins from Bilbao
  • Over 40 Michelin-starred restaurants in Bilbao and the surrounding Basque country

Balearic Islands

For those who prefer the island life, the Balearic archipelago, formed by Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera, will refresh you with its Mediterranean sea breeze and clear blue waters. Discover the land of vineyards and olive trees by approaching one of the 66 award-winning wineries and mills where you can learn the elaboration process first hand.

Palma de Mallorca, raises at a curved bay with, on its left a Convention Center, and on its right an Auditorium, being perfect venues to host your congresses or product launches.

One of the world longest underground lakes, Cuevas del Drach (1,2 km) in Porto Cristo reveal four spectacular caves with incredible stalactite formations and turquoise waters.

With its beaches, mountains and rocky formations, we can organise the most dynamic team-buildings, incentives or sport events. From hiking or riding its trails to sailing or flying over unforgettable landscapes, the greatest adventures are right here!

Canary Islands

Formed by 7 islands, Tenerife, Gran Canarias, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura are the 4 biggest and most visited ones.

Tenerife, a volcanic paradise floating into the Atlantic Ocean. Situated on the Moroccan’s West Sahara side, Tenerife’s climate is the best in Europe, swinging between 17º – 30º all year round.

This island has the perfect mix for your event, no matter whether it’s an incentive, conference, annual meeting, team-building or sport event. Prime award-winning resort hotels with complete meeting & conference facilities, and modern conference centers, can be combined with many interesting outdoor activities.

Declared as national park in 1954, the Teide National Park includes an enormous volcanic crater of 48 km, out of which rises Mount Teide at a staggering 3,718m, making it the highest peak of Spain! 

Do you already have a city in mind for your next event?

We adapt our offer to the city of your preference to ensure it turns out just as you envisioned from the start.
Cities where we have recently worked:

  • Alicante.
  • Sitges.
  • Cádiz.
  • San Sebastián.