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Officially the Kingdom of Spain, the country is a sovereign state, member of the European Union and shares borders with Gibraltar, France, Portugal and Andorra. However, Spain’s territories also include the Canary Islands off of the African Coast, the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean, the Isla de Alboran, the Penon de Alhucemas, the Penon de Velez de la Gomera, Perejil Island and the Chafarinas Islands, as well as the cities of Melilla and Ceuta in Africa.

Spain’s territories span over half a million square kilometres and it is considered the fifth largest country in Europe, as well as being the second largest country in Western Europe. The Kingdom is a democracy organized in the form of a parliamentary government under a constitutional monarchy and is home to over 47 million people.


Stone Age History

It’s believed that modern humans entered the Iberian Peninsula around 30,000 BC, but speaking of Spain specifically, it’s believed that several indigenous civilizations occupied the region at the time.  

Bronze Age History

It’s believes that during this time the various colonies of peoples began to develop rapidly and built knowledge and techniques for shaping and producing metals, as well as jewellery, alcohol, weaponry and clothing.

Iron Age History

At this time the Tartessian people began to rise up and formed a city in the south eastern coastline of Spain, this became Tartessos (or Tartessus) and is believed to have reached completion a short time before 700 BC. The city was incredibly rich in metal resources and often traded with the nearby Phoenician empire, often dealing in Gold, Silver, Copper and especially Tin, used for making Bronze. The only ruler we know of at the time was King Arganthonios, but strangely he was said to have lived for over 120 years and ruled between the dates of 625 BC and 545 BC, and such a long lifespan, especially during that era, suggests that this may have been a royal family or a series of kings using the same name to preserve a legend or title.

Known to pre-date the Indo-Celtic tribes of the region, the Lusitanian and the Vettone peoples were known to have inhabited the region surrounding the modern day border between Portugal and Spain and were believed to have fallen to the Celtictribes that migrated into the region shortly thereafter. The two cultures were incredibly skilled in their metalworking, like other civilizations in the region at the time, but also in jewel-cutting and jewellery making as well as wine production.
Around 600 BC, the Iberians settled in the north eastern coastline and formed small tribal communities based on metalworking and agricultural systems; they were incredibly adept in their knowledge of making bronze and frequently traded with the nearby Phoenician, Greek and Carthaginian empires, especially in tin, copper and other precious metals.

Also around 600 BC, the Celtiberians are believed to have settled in the region as well, building towns and cities in the region of Meseta in the provinces of Teruel, Guadalajara, Saragossa and Soria. The dominant tribe were said to have been the Arevaci, who learned to tactically take the land from their strongholds in Belli (Zaragoza), Titti (Molina de Aragon), Lusones and Okilis (Medinaceli). The Celtiberians are renowned for their indestructible metalwork and warlike nature, this eventually lead to their leadership role in the joint Celtiberian resistance to Roman rule, however, they fell to the Roman Empire with the falling of their last city in 72 BC.


1st Century – 15th Century History

Shortly before the end of the 1st Century BC, the Roman Empire conquered the region and established a common culture and legal system, as well as bringing in the Latin language and writing system. The Romans called the country Hispania and the name Spain, today, is still derived from this same name. The Roman Empire ruled the region for almost five hundred years, but as the Goths, Visigoths, Vandals and other tribes repeatedly sacked, looted and rebelled against the empire, it was driven back slowly to Rome and Hispania itself fell in 460 AD when the installed Emperor Majorian of Gaul and Spain was deposed and murdered by Germanic Commander Ricimer.

A year later the Visigothic Kingdom had taken over the whole of Spain and sacked most of the major cities, brutally murdering a large portion of the population and desecrating their holy places as a show of dominance. Despite various rebellions and uprisings by smaller groups, the Visigothic Kingdom crushed their opposition again and again. This continued repeatedly until the Visigoths themselves were subjected to an invasion by the Umayyads of Northwest African under command of Tariq ibn Ziyad. By 711 AD, the Umayyads had fought up into France and Spain, but it was less than fifty years later in 759 AD when they were expelled out by the Franks and their leader, Charles Martel, Charlemagne’s Ancestor. However, some Umayyad strongholds continued to persevere up until 975 AD.

At this time, smaller Christian kingdoms began to expand outwards, growing in power and influence until the Muslim kingdoms in the region had been reduced to only Grenada in the south east of Spain. These kingdoms included the Kingdom of Portugal, the Kingdom of Aragon, the Kingdom of Castile and the Kingdom of Navarre. By 1250 AD, the Kingdoms of Aragon and Castile had come to dominate Spain and had planned to restore the country into a singular kingdom and restore the unity and identity of the Visigoths, but sadly this never came to fruition.

In 1492, traditional Spanish history is considered to have begun as Grenada fell to Christian forces and Christopher Columbus sailed to explore the New World. During the establishment of the Spanish Empire, all those who refused to convert were expelled from the country; this caused a mass emigration of the Islamic and Jewish communities from the region. It was at this time that Spain began to colonize Yucatan, or modern-day South America, mainly Mexico, while their neighbours in Portugal took Brazil.

16th Century – 19th Century History

By the 1500s, Spain had become the single most powerful state in Europe and controlled the very largest overseas empire in the world, these colonies and territory stayed under Spanish rule for well over three centuries and included the Americas between California and Patagonia, or modern day Chile, as well as the Philippines and other parts of the western Pacific. It rapidly developed all aspects of its own culture and identity through art, literature, philosophy and scholarship.

For the next three hundred years, Spain would frequently squabble and war with France, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and most of the other countries of Central and Western Europe on a large number of occasions. These included the Italian Wars, the Franco-Spanish Wars, the Franco-Dutch Wars, the Nine Years War, the Ten Years War, the Thirty Years War, the Eighty Years War and the Napoleonic Wars. During these times, Spain rapidly developed its military arsenal and tactics, building larger ships, more potent weaponry and hardened soldiers as the wars progressed.

However, these wars also economically drained the country and as the 17th Century came to a close, the last Spanish ruler from the house of Habsburg declined rapidly in power, eventually causing the War of Spanish Succession ending with Spain being devalued to the status of a second-rate power, further reducing influence in European affairs. As the new century rolled onwards and the 1700s moved on, the Bourbon dynasty based in France took over the country and began to invest all of its efforts into state institutions with considerable success. However, as the French themselves underwent a revolution, the dynasty collapsed and Napoleon Bonaparte occupied Spain militarily.

Suddenly Spain underwent the War for Spanish Independence and, although affected devastatingly, emerged victorious. This event signalled the opening for the independence of Spain’s American colonies as well as the fracturing of the government into differing political parties with moderate, reactionary and liberal stances. The last few colonies of the old-world empire were taken over by nationalist movements (the Philippines and Cuba) and eventually, in 1812, then again in 1876, the country was united and reformed into Espana, or Spain.

20th Century History

During the 1st World War, Spain stayed neutral and benefited greatly by becoming a large-scale supplier of materials for both sides. However, despite the huge economic boom in the country, a large-scale outbreak of Spanish Influenza followed with a large economic slowdown following the end of the war caused it to once again fall back into debt.

Promising to restore the country to its former greatness, General Prime Minister Miguel Primo de Rivera was supported in his dictatorship by King Alfonso XIII of Spain. For a while in the 1910’s, the country enjoyed a brief wealthy period as well as a military victory in Morocco in 1926.

However, it’s understood that Primo de Rivera’s policies were poorly-executed and not carefully-planned enough to work and, in combination with the Great Depression of the 1930’s, the country once again slumped back into debt. Due to wide-scale unpopularity and mass bankruptcy, the King removed Primo de Rivera and left without abdicating the throne. Suddenly the country was in the grasp of the right and left wing political parties as each side saw the other as evil, the main issue being the Catholic Church, which the left saw as the enemy of modernity and the right saw as the protector of values. As tensions rose and the government rapidly swayed back and forth, an uprising was inevitable and in 1936, the Spanish Civil War set in. However, it ended just as quickly in 1939 but not before costing the country somewhere between three-hundred-thousand and one-million lives.

Spain once again stayed neutral during World War II, but this time it kept itself economically and culturally isolated from the warring countries, as not to interfere, additionally, Francisco Franco took over the country as its dictator. Franco continued to rule the country, despite losing Morocco in 1967 during the Morrocan Invasion of Spanish West Africa, but reclaiming Gibraltar from the UK in 1960, following this it closed the small municipality’s borders in 1969.

At the start of the 1970’s, Spain saw the Spanish Miracle, a large-scale economic boom, as well as the birth of the tourism industry within the country. As Spain rapidly caught up to its other European neighbours, Francisco Franco passed away in 1975 and control of the country was re-taken by King Juan Carlos I. At the same time, King Hassan II of Morocco took the Western Sahara from Spain, ending its colonial rule.

As King Juan Carlos I slowly disassembled the old dictatorship regime for the next few years, he appointed officials into positions allowing him control of the various regions before disassembling the regime’s network in the area. Following a series of political shifts in the country, the first elections for the new parliamentary government took place in 1977 and a year later, the new government wrote up the first Spanish Parliamentary Constitution.

With this new democratic state, freedom swept across the nation and new cultural movements actually based on freedom began to appear. In 1982 Spain joined the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance and four years later in 1986, Spain joined the European Union. In 1996, the dominating party, the PSOE, was replaced by the Partido Popular, after the former had served almost 14 years in office.

21st Century History

With the turn of the millennium, Spain stopped using the Peseta and began using the Euro instead as the country’s currency and although for the next few years the country saw considerable economic growth, the recession of the late noughties caused by the bursting of the Spanish property bubble hit it particularly hard with struggles continuing to this day.

In 2004 a series of bombs on commuter trains exploded in Madrid, killing 191 and wounding over 1800, and considering the elections were due to be held only a few days later, it was thought possible that the attack may have been planned by one of the competing political parties. However, after a trial in 2007, it was concluded that a localized terrorist group inspired by al-Qaeda was responsible for the bombings. 

Wording
Phonetic
English
     
Hola Holl-ah Hello/Hi
Adios Ah-dee-oss Good Bye!
Habla usted Ingles / Espanol Hah-blah oo-stead In-gulls / Ess-span-yoll Do you speak English / Spanish?
Mi nombre es… Mee nom-breh ess My name is…
Me pueden ayudar? Meh pweh-dehn ah-yoo-dah Can you help me?
Estoy buscando… Ess-toy boos-can-doh I’m looking for…
Si / No See / Noh Yes / No
Gracias Grah-see-as Mr / Mrs / Miss
Hoy / Ahora Hoi / Ah-hoar-ah Today / Now
Hoi / Ah-hoar-ah Mah-nar-nar / Aay-err Tomorrow / Yesterday
Este / Que / Aqui / Hay Ess-tey / Kay / Ah-kee / Haay This / That / Here / There

Phrases

Above are a few common Spanish phrases to help you get around.



Languages

The most common language spoken in Spain is its own national language, Spanish, of which over 89% of inhabitants speak and has various dialects and regional languages such as Aranese, Basque, Catalan, Galician, Aragonese, Asturian, Leonese Fala, Cantabrian, Extremaduran, Eonavian, Benaquese, Ribagorcan and Mirandese.

Additionally, many other Indo-European languages exist in the country, with 27% of inhabitants speaking English, 12% speaking French and 2% speaking German. The Portuguese language is also somewhat prominent in the country with many Spanish-Portuguese language combinations and derivations being used, however, there are some small areas speaking Portuguese proper. It’s also known that Afro-Asiatic languages such as Arabic and Berber are spoken by most members of the Muslim community. 

Religion

The main religion of Spain is Roman Catholicism with around 70% of Spaniards identifying as Roman Catholics, however, of this number almost 60% of them do not participate in any religious service. Other Christian branches in the country include Protestantism, which incorporates 1.2 million members into its services, around 105 thousand Jehovah’s Witnesses and around 46 thousand members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Islam is also prominent in the country with over 1.7 million Muslims living in Spain (around 4% of the population). Additionally, Judaism makes up significant numbers in the country with over 62 thousand Jews present in the region. Buddhists, Hindus and Sikhs are also present within the region and around 10% of inhabitants are Atheists.

Museums, Galleries & Architecture

Due to its involvement with many other nations, a range of architectural styles can be seen throughout the region including Megalithic, Iberian, Celtic, Roman, Visigothic, Asturian, Islamic Al-Andalus, Mudejar, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Colonial, Neoclassical, Neo-Mudejar, Modernist and Contemporary. The most prominent, however, are certainly Celtic, Roman, Visigothic and Islamic Al-Andalus influences, with the four stemming styles originating from Indo-Europe, Italy, Northern Europe and the Middle East respectively.

Celtic architecture, and its predecessors Iberian and Megalithic before it, feature stone circular huts and structures, as well as expanded trapezoids. These incorporate large stones fixed on the ground with other larger ones over them to form a roof, although later cultures developed the structures to use thatched roofs instead and utilized a wooden column or tree trunk to hold the roof up effectively.

Roman and the preceding Romanesque influences incorporate large and smooth clean-cut stone structures to form the base of a building, followed up with perfectly symmetrical round arches and straight walls and roads. Many pre-Roman Phoenician and Greek structures and towns were converted during the Roman Invasion of Spain in the early centuries BC and AD.

Visigothic, gothic and asturian architectural styles are often seen as the predecessors to renaissance, baroque, colonial and neoclassical architecture. These styles are frequently seen all throughout the European region and were widespread during the Visigothic empire and they depict a range of structures based around arches with stepped columns and sloped roofs with long pointed steeples.

The Islamic Al-Andalus style of architecture and the preceding Mudejar & Neo-Mudejar styles were inspired heavily by the invading Islamic Umayyad Caliphates from Damascus, Syria. The styles utilize heavily patterned circles and semicircles, as well as square structures with rounded roofs, at this point the use of brick had become widespread and nearly all Islamic architecture utilized this as a building material, rather than the preceding stone bases.

However, new modernist and contemporary styles have seen amazingly unique structures built with a variety of curves and interesting surfaces; these include the Auditorio de Tenerife which was built to be used as an auditorium for the country’s cultural programs and events, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao which is world renowned as one of the world’s leading modern and contemporary art museums, the Barcelona Pavilion which was today is used for exhibiting various lines of work and the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (The City of Arts and Sciences) which features a variety of buildings designed to help exhibit the country’s contemporary art and fashion as well as new state-of-the-art technology. 

Clothing, Dress Style & Etiquette

Traditional male clothing sees use of the Barretina (a type of hat or cap), the Sombrero (a hat coming in three varieties: Catite, Calanes and Cordobes, varying greatly based on the region), the Traje de Luces (a sequined suit worn typically by bullfighters), the Montera (a type of hat worn by bullfighters) and the Zamarra (a sheepskin coat typically worn by shepherds but recommended for travellers).

Female clothing frequently includes the Manila Shawl (a light semi-transparent scarf worn around the neck and often seen during flamenco dances), the Mantilla (a black lace or silk veil worn on the head and shoulders as a symbol of religious piety), the Peineta (a large comb frequently worn with the Mantilla) and the Traje de Flamenca (a long flowing dress worn frequently by flamenco dancers).

Unisex clothing also includes the Cachirulo (a type of head-scarf or bandana), the Cantabrian Albarcas (wooden clogs with extended tips to elevate the wearer) and the Gilet (a sleeveless jacket similar to a body warmer). Additionally, some sects of the Nazareno and Phariseo brotherhoods may wear the Capirote (a type of white pointed hat, worn with a white head covering and white full-body robe) for particular rituals.

Literature, Poetry, Music & Dance

Throughout the region of space, each and every province has its own musical genre and culture associated with tradition, however, despite being different in name and in style, each typically incorporates a dance style with the musical genre, making them ideal for festival and party celebrations.
Southwest Spain sees the country’s most famous style, Flamenco (a genre incorporating singing, guitar playing, dancing and handclaps), which was developed from the Seguidilla, a type of Castilian medieval dance. However, despite being Andalusian in origin, the Flamenco is a popular dance with couples all over Spain. The region also sees the styles of Copla (a genre featuring verses of four with multiple double-entendres for comic effect) and Jota (a style with an emphasis on percussion and dances with synchronized jumps).

Southeast Spain bases its music in a similar style to Flamenco called Cante Jondo which features a unique vocal style and support from a Rondalla (a band consisting entirely of plucked-string instrument players). Additionally, Christian songs are sung A Cappella and sometimes accompanied by church bells, these also include Cuadrillas which are sung frequently during festive times such as Christmas, Easter and other typically Christian-religious events.
Northwest Spain features a plethora of medieval-based genres and styles which frequently use the Gaita (a type of bagpipe), the Tamboril (a type of snare drum), the Requinta (a type of fife), the Rebac (a type of fiddle), as well as many types of harps and tambourines. Additionally, sung lyrics are prominent in this type of music. This region sees many festivals utilizing these music types, typically celebrating pre-Roman Celtic culture and using a 6/8 tambourine rhythm in circular dances.

Northeast Spain tends to be more oriented towards the instruments derived from the accordion and the tambourine and frequently include the Txistu (a type of pipe), the Alboka (a double clarinet) and the Txalaparta (a large Xylophone played by two people). These are used to play many varieties of dances such as the Zortziko (a genre with a 5/8 time signature incorporated into folk and classical music types alike), the Jota and the Fandango (a genre incorporating a lively couples dance in triple metre).

Literature-wise, Spain is known for its mix of Christian, Jewish and Muslim influences, among others, and features poetry, literature and theatrical plays based around the religious tales of the various groups. During the Medieval era, common productions included the Mester de Juglaria (Ministry of Jongleury), the Mester de Clerecia (Ministry of Clergy) and included authors such as poet Jorge Manrique who wrote lyrics based on the courtly-love tradition and two satires.

During the Reconquista, one of the most prominent pieces was the epic Cantar de Mio Cid (The Song of my Cid), which, to this day, has a completely anonymous author. During the Renaissance, the literature rapidly became more religiously-based with authors such as the translator and academic Luis de Leon, the saint San Juan de la Cruz (also known as John of the Cross) and the saint Teresa Sanchez de Cepeda y Ahumada (also known as Teresa of Jesus) rising to prominence during the Spanish Golden Age.

During one of the most important times for development during Spanish culture, the Baroque saw writers such as playwright Miguel de Cervantes, politician Francisco de Quevedo and dramatist Tirso de Molina write works such as Don Quixote, El Buscon and Comedias Escogidas, respectively. The Enlightened and Romantic eras following this saw contributors such as poet Leandro Fernandez de Moratin and dramatist Jose Zorrilla, respectively, produce works such as El Viejo y la Nina (The Old Man and the Young Girl) and Don Juan Tenorio, also respectively.

The Realist era and subsequent generations saw works more derived from the effects of the first and second World Wars, and authors such as novelist Benito Perez Galdos, essayist Miguel de Unamuno, philosopher Jose Ortega y Gasset and scholar Jorge Gullen rose to prominence with works such as Tristana, Del Sentimiento Tragico de la Vida, History as System and Cantico, respectively.

The late 20th Century and 21st Century have seen more contemporary works take shape such as novelist Camilo Jose Cela’s La Colema (The Hive, 1951) and Miguel Delibes’ La Tierra Herida: Que mundo heredaran nuestros hijos? (2005). These works are often highly critical of other artists and incorporate a sarcastic, dark-natured sense of humour only found following the post-war generation of writers.

Calendar & Events


Beginning with the traditional end of Christmas on January 6th, it’s believed that this date marks the time that the Three Kings of the Nativity Story brought Jesus gifts. February sees the Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife take place, and, similar to the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the celebration sees a variety of precessions and thousands of people in brightly coloured fancy dress. During March, Falles, or Fallas, is held in Valencia and a wide variety of street precessions and parties take place.

Taking place in April, the Spanish equivalent of Easter, Semana Santa, features long processions re-enacting the Crucifixion of Christ to celebrate Holy Week. Cruz de Mayo, also known as Fiesta de las Cruces, is celebrated in early May as the day Jesus Christ is said to have died on the cross. Picking up the mood significantly in late June, the Haro Wine Festival sees participants consume large amounts of alcohol and end the event with the Batalla de Vino (Battle of Wine) where a free-for-all with wine buckets and soaked shirts begins.

In July, Encierro, or Running of the Bulls, sees a herd of bulls released from their pens to speed through the city streets to a second series of pens, youngsters and adults alike test their mettle by running in front of the bulls as they run. In August, Tomatoes are thrown wildly during the Tomatina Tomato Fight. Then in September, one of the biggest film festivals in Europe, the San Sebastian Film Festival, takes place.

In October, the Fiestas del Pilar is organized in the form of a variety of events in honour of the patron saint of Spain, the Virgin Mary. November sees a range of film festivals and media events all over Spain, especially in Barcelona. Then finally, in December, Christmas is celebrated in a similar way to the rest of the developed western world. 


Starting in Barcelona, one of the city’s best known beach clubs is Opium Mar which is known for blasting some of the top tunes from around the world all night long accompanied by a resident DJ  and slick, chic dress code that turns the average man into the top gentleman.

In Madrid, El Intruso features a smaller venue but a much more sociable atmosphere and a typically free entry, they’re well renowned for their Mojitos and theme nights, allowing from anything from a relaxed blues setting to an on-your-toes-hands-in-the-air hip hop jumping fest.

On the main streets of Palma de Mallorca, El Divino is the premiere club looking to treat all of its guests to a good night out. The club features a pool and terrace area and allows guests to purchase VIP packages as well as participate in frequent theme parties and nights. It’s also home to some of the world’s top DJs.
Granada 10 in, yep, you guessed it, Granada, plays a ton of contemporary American music as well as some of the world’s top international tunes and is known to be pretty chilled during weeknights, but on weekends the public comes out and the dance floor becomes utter chaos.

Widely known as Spain’s party province, Ibiza holds Pacha, which hosts a different theme every weekday, these include the funky Release Yourself on Mondays, the partilicious Defected on Tuesdays, pumpin’ house tunes during Subliminal on Wednesdays, UK Pop during Ministry of Sound on Thursdays, Pacha’s own mixes during Pure Pacha on Fridays, progressive rock sounds during Def Mix on Saturdays and a blast to the past during the 60’s oriented Flower Power on Sundays.

Perhaps you’d like a more relaxed evening out with a mellower venue? How about Trotter’s Family Bar on Majorca Island’s beach? The bar is widely reputed for some of the top mixed cocktails and drinks in the region and has a duty-free shop next door for more exquisite tastes.

The region of Malaga is home to Morrissey's Irish Pub in Plaza Tetual and incorporates an old-Irish pub style reminiscent of rural Britain. Ideal for new travellers and seasoned veterans looking for a nostalgic rush, the pub serves only the finest beers, ciders and drinks and will be sure to bring back those good old memories.

Madrid is also home to some of the top flamenco clubs in the whole of Spain including Cardamomo, known for its purely authentic flamenco dancers and accompanying musicians, sure to show you a dazzling display of quick-witted swift footwork combined with elegant manoeuvres and bright yet well composed colours.  

One of the very biggest nightclubs in the whole of Europe, BCM is located on Mallorca Island and houses up to five thousand people as well as some of the world’s very best international DJs and light shows. Guaranteed for an absolutely mind-blowing night out, the ambient atmosphere in the club is legendary for its energetic, no-dress-code, anything-goes attitude.

Reputed as the world’s biggest nightclub and able to hold upwards of ten thousand people, Privilege in Ibiza features some of the world’s top DJs as well as multiple rooms with varied themes, each one with a 25 metre high ceiling allowing for a variety of spectacular light shows and displays. The club is actually so big that a map is placed at the entrance to help guide entrants around. 

Money

Up until 2002, Spain used the Peseta. However it has abandoned this since in favour of the Euro. The Euro can be split into 100 Cents. 1 Euro is equal to $1.37 or £0.82 and uses the currency code EUR.

Coins come in 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 Cent variants as well as in 1 and 2 Euro variants. These often feature commemorative coins which can be used in the same way as regular ones.

Bank Notes come in 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 Euro variants. Each one is given its own number and is credited to an artistic period of European Architecture.

Economy

With a Gross Domestic Product of EUR 1 Trillion, Spain has the thirteenth largest economy in the world and despite its recently poor performance; it’s considered to have a widely improved economic situation from where it once was. Additionally, in May 2013 Spain had a EUR 2.2 Billion trade surplus with the rest of the European Union, with exports rising 7.3% annually.

Spain’s first large economies were in communications with companies like Telefonica and Abengoa servicing countries internationally, especially Latin America and parts of Asia. Soon this developed into a full-scale technology economy and has seen many sustainable energy companies rise to fruition. High-speed rail systems are also another area where the Spanish have flourished economically, with the second longest rail network infrastructure in the world, barely falling short behind China.

Since then, Spain has invested more into its technology development industries and today sees Automobile exports making up 11% of its economy, Penicillin exports at 5%, Oil exports at 4%, Automobile parts at 4%, Dump Truck exports at 2%, Orange exports at 1%, Pneumatic Tires at 1%, Olive Oil exports at 1%, Grape and Wine exports at 1%, Pork exports at 1% and many other exports helping to make up its economy including artichokes, tomatoes, ski footwear, ceramics, stainless steel, iron and a whole host of others.

Tourism also brings in an incredible amount of Spain’s economic funding, with a Tourist sector worth over EUR 40 Billion and making up 11% of the country’s employment, providing jobs for over two million people. The country can see upwards of eight million visitors a month and on average sees over sixty million tourists a year.

Banking

Banking in Spain works quite the same way it does in other western developed countries in the world and so visitors from the UK, Canada, the US and Australia should see little difference between the systems. However, it’s wise for those planning on banking in Spain to known that not all Spanish banks have all branches with English-speaking staff and you may be limited on where you can subsequently bank. Additionally, some banks in small villages have extremely limited opening hours and so it’s wise to plan ahead when and if you wish to bank.

Most banks will charge a fee for using an ATM that is not their own, so it’s wise to choose a bank with a good presence in the country. Luckily, all banks now provide Telephone and Internet banking services so this may be more applicable for transactions where an English speaker is required as most central bank offices will have an English speaker on hand, additionally, most banks offer the option of receiving bank statements and paperwork in English.

To open an account you do not need to be a resident, however, as a rule of thumb more options and services will be offered to residents, people are considered residents if they live in Spain for at least 183 days per year, use the country as a base for a business or professional activity and/or have a spouse and/or children under 18 who are permanent residents in Spain. Types of bank accounts include the Current Account, the Savings Account and the Deposit Account.

Current Accounts are used for day-to-day transactions and allow withdrawal of money with no restrictions or feeds. Savings Accounts offer higher interest rates but limits how many free withdrawals are available before a fee is applied. Deposit Accounts offer the highest interest rates but do not allow for cash withdrawals on a daily basis and will typically limit this to a few days, or maybe even a single day, per year.

Some of the best reputed banks in Spain include the Banco Santander, La Caixa, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA), Caja de Madrid, Banco Popular, Bancaja, Banco Sabadell, Caja de Ahorros del Mediterraneo, Caixa Catalunya and Bankinter.

Taxes

Taxes in Spain include Value Added Tax, Gift Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax, Non-Resident/Property Tax, Wealth Tax and Income Tax.
Value Added Tax is applied at three levels based on the type of product, essential items such as groceries and supermarket foods have VAT added at 4%, products and services such as dentistry and hairdressing has a VAT addition of 10%, finally, non-essential products such as alcohol and cigarettes have a 21% VAT rate added.

If you receive a gift from a living person, a small amount of the gift is taxed according to its value and the province the participants live in, this is called Gift Tax.

Capital Gains Tax is added upon the sale or transfer of any assets, these can be moveable such a vehicles and items of various types, or immovable like houses, studios and apartments. This is applied differently based on the item’s value, with items up to EUR 6000 having a rate of 21% applied, items up to EUR 6000 to EUR 24000 is taxed at a rate of 25%, and finally, items over EUR 24000 has a tax rate of 27% added.

Gifts that are inherited, including monetary gifts, can also be taxed via Succession Tax, this varies greatly on the amount taxed but in general it scales with the value of the item, beginning at a base rate at under EUR 8000 being taxed at around 8% and scaling this up to items of a value of over EUR 800,000 being taxed at around 34%.

Property Tax and Non-Resident Property Tax is affected in a similar way but on different levels. Generally speaking, properties are taxed at between 6.5-8% upon purchase, and at another set annual rate based on the province the property is located in.  Non-Residents are always taxed at 24.75% of the purchase of any property and follow the same code as residents for the annual tax.

Wealth Tax is applied to an individual’s held wealth, with up to EUR 700,000 being Tax Free for both residents and non-residents. However, residents also get a EUR 300,000 allowance on their own home as well, and this means that a married resident couple in Spain has a joint Wealth Tax deduction of EUR 2 Million. All additional wealth above this threshold is taxed and scales based on the amount held and the province resided in, but typically begins at up to an additional EUR 167,000 being taxed at 0.2% and over EUR 10.7 Million being taxed at 2.5%.

A person is liable for Personal Income Tax if they spend more than 183 cumulative days in Spain inside of one Calendar Year (Spain’s Calendar and Tax years both run from January to December, unlike other nations), if their base for their professional practice or business is in Spain or if their spouse and/or children are Spanish residents. This is scaled greatly based on the profession and amount earned with residents being liable for tax on their worldwide income and non-residents being liable for only Spanish income tax if it’s from a Spanish source, typically with the former being at a scaled rate and the latter at a fixed rate. 

In regions of southern Spain such as Andalucia see cuisine using various vegetable and fish types equally balanced meat use, but dishes made with Olive Oil and Olives are extremely common and may include Gazpacho (a type of soup served cold), Flamenquin (pork loin wrapped in slices of ham, coated in breadcrumbs and eggs and deep-fried), Salmorejo (a type of soup made from tomato and bread), Pringa (roast beef or pork with cured sausages, slow cooked in its own fat for several hours to make it extremely tender and served with break), Polea (porridge made from water, flour, salt, anise, milk and sugar, and occasionally fruit, honey or cinnamon, served with fried bread), Menudo Gitano (tripe with chickpeas served hot in a clay pot) and Zoque (a soup made out of red pepper, tomatoes and carrot, served cold with ham or shrimp).

The northern regions of Spain such as Asturias are known for a heavy reliance on seafood and corresponding dishes, often using squid, crab, shrimp and sea bass, as well as salmon, among other meats and vegetables. These dishes frequently include Fabada Asturiana (stew made from white beans, pork shoulder or bacon, back pudding, chorizo and saffron), Cabrales (a type of cheese), Faba Beans with Clams, Asturian Stew and Rice Pudding. Sidra (cider) is heavily produced in the region due to the plentiful bounty of apples grown every year, unlike French or English ciders, the cider is made from acidic apples and it is normally poured by an expert server from a high position, allowing the brew to be oxygenated as it drops into the glass below.


Western regions of Spain such as Extremadura see dishes affected greatly by the austerity of the region, this means the dishes are almost fully reliant on pork and mutton and are often famed for their simplicity and low-cost, these dishes are usually spiced with pennyroyal, bay leaves, anise and garlic and may be fried with olive oil and served with bread. The dishes are also known to often contain chickpeas, milk and other local produce from the region, producing dishes such as Callos Con Manos de Cerdo (tripe with pigs feet), Caldereta de Cordero (mutton stew), Cabrito en Cuchifrito (pork, usually stuffed and served with fruit), Cabrito a la Hortelana (Lamb stew with vegetables), Chanfaina (stew made from mutton liver, brain, heart and kidneys spiced with the region’s spices and boiled eggs), Hare Arroz con Liebre (rice with Hare), Frogs Ancas de Ranas Fritas (fried frogs legs), Potaje de Garbanzos y Judias Blancas (chick pea and bean soup) and Sopa Blanca de Ajos (white garlic soup), among others.

Finally, eastern Spanish regions such as Valencia utilize cuisine inspired by many other Mediterranean cultures and its dishes use ingredients of the meat, vegetable and seafood varieties, as well as citrus fruits. Dishes may include Paella (a type of white rice dish served with green vegetables, rabbit, chicken, duck, snails and seasoning, occasionally fish or other seafood), Arros Negre (rice with squid and squid ink), Arros al Forn (rice with potatoes and sausages), Fideua (noodles with seafood), Arros amb Costra (a rice dish often with meat and covered with egg), Arros a Banda (a rice dish with fish and sweet potato), Embotits (cured sausages), Bollit (vegetable stew), Suquet de Peix (a stew made from eel, potatoes, garlic and fish), All i Pebre (eel with potatoes, garlic and peppers), Esgarrat (salted cod with roasted peppers and occasionally garlic) and Espencat (roasted vegetables with peppers and aubergine, occasionally with other vegetables). 

VISA Requirements

All citizens of the European Union may move between member states visa-free (but with passport) and may stay for up to 90 days, these member states include:

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Cyprus
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Luxembourg
  • Malta
  • Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • United Kingdom
Additionally, members of the following countries may move between any of the EU Member states and stay visa-free (but with a passport) for up to 90 days:
  • Albania
  • Adorra
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Macedonia
  • Monaco
  • Montenegro
  • San Marino
  • Serbia
  • Vatican City
  • Antigua and Barbuda
  • Bahamas
  • Barbados
  • Canada
  • Costa Rica
  • El Salvador
  • Guatemala
  • Honduras
  • Mexico
  • Nicaragua
  • Panama
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis
  • United States
  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Chile
  • Paraguay
  • Uruguay
  • Venezuela
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Brunei
  • Hong Kong
  • Israel
  • Japan
  • Macau
  • Malaysia
  • Singapore
  • South Korea
  • Taiwan
  • Mauritius
  • Seychelles
The following countries are allowed to have their citizens that remain air-side use the European Union Member States for transit only:
  • Afghanistan
  • Bangladesh
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Eritrea
  • Ethiopia
  • Ghana
  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Nigeria
  • Pakistan
  • Somalia
  • Sri Lanka
Health Care

Generally speaking the health care in Spain is considered to be of a decent standard with life expectancy at birth at 81.1 years, which is two years higher than the world average. The country is also stocked with up-to-date medical facilities and equipment as well as over 110 hospitals country-wide. Additionally, the country has a 100% access rate to clean water with over 77% of wastewater being treated in accordance with European Union Standards. However, it should be noted that southern Spain frequently suffers from droughts but the Spanish government has invested into seawater desalination plants to help alleviate any potential crisis.

Both Private and Public sector health plans are available with the Public sector being covered by the government’s National Health System, making Public Health Care free to all residents and foreigners alike.

Transportation

Today, Spain’s transportation infrastructure is vast, with railways being built in the country since 1848 up until recent, and numbering around fifteen thousand kilometres in length with around nine thousand being electrified. Most of the rail lines are operated by RENFE (Renfe Operadora) and FEVE (Ferrocarriles de Via Estrecha) as well as other smaller carriers. Additionally, a high-speed rail line was combined between Madrid and Seville in 1992, a line between Madrid and Lleida and Barcelona was completed in 2008 and in the same year, lines between Madrid and Valladolid as well as Cordoba and Malaga were completed, finally, in 2010 a line between Madrid and Cuenca in Valencia was completed. Tunnels connecting under the strait of Gibraltar to carry passengers via rail between France, Spain, Portugal, Andorra and Morocco are also planned for the near future.

There are over 680 thousand kilometres of road in the country with over sixteen thousand kilometres of expressways. Additionally, the country contains over a thousand kilometres of waterways and a wide variety of ports and harbours including some of the biggest in Barcelona, Tenerife, Malaga and Valencia. Over 170 ships are harboured in these ports, with the majority of them being passenger or cargo transportation vessels.

Airports are also incredibly important for the country’s infrastructure, numbering around a hundred with the main ones in Madrid, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona, Gran Canaria, Malaga, Tenerife South and Alicante. Around sixty of these airports have paved runways and these airports are mainly run by Air Europa, Iberworld, Iberia Airlines, Vueling Airlines, Pullmantur Airlines, Pyrenair, Binter Canarias and Islas Arways. There are also around three hundred heliports in the region.

Embassies

Embassies in the country are as follows:

Afghani Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Afghanistan in Madrid, Spain
Callc Umbria No. 8
Madrid 28043
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 91 7218581
Fax: (+34) 91 7216832
Email: embajadadeafganistanenmadrid@gmail.com
 
Albania Albanian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Albania in Madrid, Spain
C/Maria de Molina 64-5 B
28006 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: +34 91 561 2118, +34 91 561 6985
Fax: (+34) 91 561 3775
Email: embassy.madrid@mfa.gov.al/cancilleria@albania.e.telefonica.net
Office Hours: 10.00AM-13.00PM
Details: Ambassador: Mr. Kastriot Robo
 
Algeria Algerian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Algeria in Madrid, Spain
C/ General Oraa, 12
28006 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: 34 91 56 29 705
Fax: 34 91 56 29 877
Email: embargel@tsai.es
 
Andorra Andorran Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Andorra in Madrid, Spain
C/ Alcala, 73
28001 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 91 431 74 53
(+34) 91 431 78 35
Fax: (+34) 91 577 63 41
Email: ambaixada@emb-principado-andorra.es
 
Angola Angolan Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Angola in Madrid, Spain
C/ Serrano, 64. 3 Planta
( Esquina C/ Ramon de La Cruz, 1)
28001 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: 91 435 61 66 /  91 435 64 30
Fax: (34 91) 577 90 10
Website: http://www.embajadadeangola.com
Email: gabinete@embajadadeangola.com
 
Argentina Argentinian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Argentina in Madrid, Spain
Serrano 90 6 planta
28006 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: +34 917 710 519
Fax: +34 917 710 526
Website: http://www.portalargentino.net
Email: Embajada@portalargentino.net
Office Hours: 9:00 - 18:00
Local Time: 14:20:56
 
Argentina Argentinian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate General of Argentina in Barcelona, Spain
Stroll of Grace no. 11
08007 Barcelona
Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: +34 933 041 200
Fax: +34 933 041 201
+34 933 041 202
Website: http://www.consuladoargentinobarcelona.com
Email: tramites@consuladoargentinobarcelona.com
Office Hours: 9:00 a 15:00 Horas 9 a 17 Hs Interno 212
 
Argentina Argentinian Consulate in Las Palmas, Spain
Consulate of Argentina in Las Palmas, Spain
Av. Franchi No. 5
Piso 2, Of. 10 y 12
City: Las Palmas
Phone: [34] (28) 26-1418, 27-6558
 
Argentina Argentinian Consulate in Vigo, Spain
Consulate General of Argentina in Vigo, Spain
Lopez de Neira, 3 - 2 OF. 211
36202 Vigo - Pontevedra
City: Vigo
Phone: (+34) 986 43-5822
Fax: (+34) 986 43-9292
Email: consulado-vigo@portalargentino.net
Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 9:00 to 14:00
 
Argentina Argentinian Consulate in Cadiz, Spain
Consulate of Argentina in Cadiz, Spain
Calle Presidente Rivadavia No 3
11001 Cadiz
Spain
City: Cadiz
Phone: (+34) 956 22-8922
Fax: (+34) 956 80-9203
Website: http://www.consuladoargentinocadiz.es
Email: casa-rivadavia@portalargentino.net
Office Hours: Lunes a Viernes de 09.00 a 14.00 horas
 
Armenia Armenian Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Armenia in Valencia, Spain
Regne de Valencia,14-4, Valencia, Spain
City: Valencia
Phone: (34) 963162475
Fax: (34) 963738059
Email: consulenvalencia@mail.ru
 
Armenia Armenian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in the Kingdom of Spain
Calle Mayor 81,
C.P. 28013, Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (34) 915 422627, 915 421626
Fax: (34) 915 591806
Email: armspainembassy@mfa.am
Office Hours: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri: 09:00-18:00
 
Armenia Armenian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate General of Armenia in Kingdom of Spain, Barcelona
G/ Ali Bei 25, 08010 Barcelona
City: Barcelona
Phone: (3493) 2319600
Fax: (3493) 2322927
Email: cons@consularmenia.org
 
Australia Australian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Australian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Level 24, Torre Espacio
Paseo de la Castellana, 259D, Planta 24
Madrid 28046
City: Madrid
Phone: +34 91 353 6600
Fax: +34 91 353 6692
Website: http://www.spain.embassy.gov.au/
Email: pilar.sanchez@dfat.gov.au
 
Australia Australian Consulate in Seville, Spain
Australian Consulate in Seville, Spain
Federico Rubio 14
Seville 41004
Spain
City: Seville
Phone: 34 95 422 0971
Fax: 34 95 421 1145
Website: http://www.spain.embassy.gov.au/
Details: This post is headed by an Honorary Consul.
 
Australia Australian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Australian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Plaza Gala Placidia, 1-3, 1st floor
Barcelona 08006
Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: (34) 9349 09013
Fax: (34) 9341 10904
Website: http://www.spain.embassy.gov.au
Details: This post is headed by an Honorary Consul.
 
Austria Austrian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Austria in Madrid, Spain
Paseo de la Castellana 91, 9th floor
28046 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 91 55 65 315
(+34) 91 55 65 403
(+34) 91 55 65 504
(+34) 91 55 65 605
Fax: (+34) 91 59 73 579
Website: http://www.aussenministerium.at/madrid
Email: madrid-ob@bmeia.gv.at
Office Hours: 10.00-13.00
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate General of Austria in Barcelona, Spain
Maria Cubi, 7, 1 , 2a
E-08006 Barcelona
City: Barcelona
Phone: (+34) 93 368 60 03
Fax: (+34) 93 415 16 25
Email: barcelona@consuladodeaustria.com
Office Hours: 10.00-12.00
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Consulate General of Austria in Bilbao, Spain
Calle Club, 8-bajo, Apartado Correos 146
48930 Las Arenas-Bilbao
Spain
City: Bilbao
Phone: (+34) 94-46 40 763
Fax: (+34) 94-46 37 432
Email: cons.austria.bilbao@corzac.com
Office Hours: 09.00-13.00
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain
Consulate General of Austria in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
C/ Dr. Verneau 1
35001 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Spain
City: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Phone: (+34) 928 76.25.00
(+34) 928 76 13 50
Fax: (+34) 928 76 22 60
(+34) 928 33 20 02
Office Hours: 10.00-13.00
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Malaga, Spain
Consulate General of Austria in Malaga, Spain
Alameda de Colon, 26, Piso 2., Esc.izq.
29001 Malaga, Spain
City: Malaga
Phone: (+34) 95 26 00 267
Fax: (+34) 95 22 29 089
Office Hours: Tue, Thu: 11.00-13.00
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Seville, Spain
Consulate General of Austria in Seville, Spain
Calle Cardenal Ilundain 18, Edificio 1-5 F
41013 Sevilla, Spain
City: Seville
Phone: (+34) 954 98 74 76
Fax: (+34) 954 98 74 76
Email: oksevilla@yahoo.es
Office Hours: 10.00-12.00
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Consulate General of Austria in Valencia, Spain
Convento Santa Clara, 10-2-3
46002 Valencia, Spain
City: Valencia
Phone: (+34) 96 35 22 212
Fax: (+34) 96 35 11 220
Email: consuladoaustriaco@hernandez-marti.com
Office Hours: 11.00-13.00
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in La Orotava/Tenerife, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Austria in La Orotava, Tenerife, Spain
Calle Hermano Apolinar 12
E-38300 La Orotava/Tenerife
City: La Orotava/Tenerife
Phone: (+34) 922 325 961
Fax: (+34) 922 322 184
Email: juan@cullenabogados.com
 
Azerbaijan Azerbaijani Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Spain
Ronda de Avutarda st. 38
28043 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: 91 759 60 10
Fax: 91 759 70 56
Website: http://www.azembajada.es
Email: madrid@mission.mfa.gov.az
 
Bangladesh Bangladeshi Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Bangladeshi Embassy in Madrid, Spain
C/ Diego de León, 69, 2º D.
28006 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 91 401 99 32 / (+34) 91 309 27 35
Fax: (+34) 91 402 95 64
Email: bdembm01@gmail.com
Office Hours: 09.00-14.00 and 15.00-17.00
 
Bangladesh Bangladeshi Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Bangladeshi Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
C/ Londres 35, 2º-4ª
08029 Barcelona
Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: (+34) 93 410 83 89
Fax: (+34) 93 322 06 70
 
Belgium Belgian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Belgium in Madrid, Spain
Paseo de la Castellana 18 - 6a planta
28046 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: 00 34 915 776 300
Fax: 00 34 914 318 166
Website: http://www.diplomatie.be/madrid/
Email: Madrid@diplobel.org
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Alicante, Spain
Consulate of Belgium in Alicante, Spain
Edificio Carbonell
Explanada de Espana 1-5
03002 Alicante
City: Alicante
Phone: 965.929147
965.929148
Fax: 965.141757
Website: http://www.diplomatie.be/alicante
Email: alicante@diplobel.fed.be
Office Hours: De lunes a viernes de 9 a 14 horas
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate of Belgium in Barcelona
Calle Diputacion, 303, 1
08009 Barcelona
City: Barcelona
Phone: + (34)  (93) 467.70.80
+ (34)  (93) 467.70.81
+ (34)  (93) 467.70.82
+ (34)  (93) 467.76.00
Fax: + (34)  (93) 487.76.69
Email: Barcelona@diplobel.org
Office Hours: Opening hours
Monday through Friday
9 AM to 1 PM
2 PM to 5 PM (only by appointment)
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Bilbao, Spain
Paulino Mendivil, 8 - 1
48930 Las Arenas
City: Bilbao
Phone: 944 644 840
Fax: 944 316 975
Email: consulbel.bio@euskalnet.net
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Cartagena, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Cartagena
Jara, 31 - 3 D
30201 Cartagena
City: Cartagena
Phone: 968 528 191
968 520 595
Fax: 968 121 161
Email: jjpedrenoatt@retemail.es
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Granada, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Granada, Spain
Neptuno, 66 - 1 A
18004 Granada
City: Granada
Phone: 958 251 631
Fax: 958 254 691
Email: consubelgra@terra.es
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in La Coruna, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in La Coruna, Spain
Avda. del Ejercito, 10 - 1 A
15006 La Coruna
City: La Coruna
Phone: 981 170 000
Fax: 981 294 228
Email: consubel@finismar.es
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Las Palmas, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Las Palmas, Spain
Calle Gordillo, 13 - 3
35008 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
City: Las Palmas
Phone: 928 461 718
Fax: 928 461 718
Email: jevami@abaforum.es
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Malaga, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Malaga, Spain
Urbanizacion Las Buganvillas
Crta. de Cadiz Km 202
29650 Mijas-Costa
Malaga
City: Malaga
Phone: 34 952 599 159
Fax: 34 952 494 071
Email: consuladobelga@las-buganvillas.com
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Rota, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Rota, Spain
Hotel Playa de la Luz
Av. de la Diputacion s/n
11520 Rota
City: Rota
Phone: 956 810 516
956 810 500
Fax: 956 810 606
956 810 305
Email: jdeclerck@beladyser.com
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain
Consulate of Belgium in Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Edificio Ahlers y Rahn
Calle Villalba Hervas 4 - 2
38002 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
City: Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Phone: 922 241 193
922 241 387
Fax: 922 241 194
Website: http://www.diplomatie.be/tenerife
Email: tenerife@diplobel.fed.be
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Sevilla, Spain
Calle Adolfo Rodriguez Jurado 16, 4 dcha
41001 Sevilla
City: Sevilla
Phone: 954 220 087
Fax: 954 560 786
Email: info@consubelsevilla.org
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Valencia, Spain
C/Gran Via de Ramon y Cajal 33
46007 Valencia
City: Valencia
Phone: 963 802 909
Fax: 963 800 386
Email: consuladodebelgica@wanadoo.es
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Zaragoza, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Zaragoza, Spain
Calle Residencial Paraiso 6 - 6 D
50008 Zaragoza
City: Zaragoza
Phone: 976 210 400
Fax: 976 238 937
Email: vanhool@infonegocio.com
 
Belize Belizean Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate of Belize in Barcelona, Spain
Avenida. Diagonal 469 - 4th Floor 2 A
08036 Barcelona, Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: (34-93) 430-3044
Fax: (34-93) 405-3883
Email: bufet@bufetrubertdeventos.com
Details: Honorary Consul: Mr. Juan Ignacio Rubert de Ventos
 
Belize Belizean Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Consulate of Belize in Madrid, Spain
Talavera 9, Somosaguas Norte
28283, Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: 34-91-3520419
Fax: 34-91-7157638
Email: alvarezdetoledo@terra.es
Details: Honorary Consul: Mr. Santiago Alvarez de Toledo y Bandeira
 
Belize Belizean Consulate in Mallorca, Spain
Consulate of Belize in Mallorca, Spain
Palma de Mallorca
07080 (Es Forti)
Spain
City: Mallorca
Phone: 34-971-706154
Fax: 34-971-574916
Website: http://www.morkov.org
Email: consulbelize@ekit.com
 
Bolivia Bolivian Embassy in Spain, Spain
Embassy of Bolivia in Madrid, Spain
Calle Velázquez No. 20 - 7o piso 28001
Madrid - Spain
City: Spain
Phone: (34)(1) 578-0835 or 578-1018 or 578-1070
Fax: (34)(1) 577-3946
Email: embajadaboliviaespana@mad.servicom.es
 
Bolivia Bolivian Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Consulate of Bolivia in Sevilla, Spain
Av. Republica Argentina 22-A, 3 41011
Sevilla - Spain
City: Sevilla
Phone: 34-954-27 7788
Fax: 34-954-27 7788
Email: consubolivia@disbumad.es
 
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Bosnia- Herzegovina in Spain
Calle Lagasca, 24.2', Izq
Madrid, 28001
City: Madrid
Phone: (349-1) 575 0870
Fax: (349-1) 435 5056
 
Brazil Brazilian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Brazil in in Madrid, Spain
Calle Fernando El Santo, 6
Codigo Postal 28010
City: Madrid
Phone: (34) 91 702 0635 or (34) 677 547 005
Fax: (34) 91 700 4660
Website: http://www.brasil.es/
Email: consular@embajadadebrasil.es
 
Brazil Brazilian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate General of Brazil in Barcelona, Spain
Avenida Diagonal, 468,
2 - 08 006 - Barcelona (Spain)
City: Barcelona
Phone: + (34) 93 488 22 88 /
Fax: 93 487 26 45
Email: contato@brasilbcn.org
 
Bulgaria Bulgarian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Bulgarian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Travesia de Santa Maria Magdalena
No.15
Madrid 28016, Espana
City: Madrid
Phone: +34 913 455 761
+34 913 456 651
+34 913 597 611
Fax: +34 913 591 201
Email: embulmad@yahoo.es
 
Bulgaria Bulgarian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Bulgaria to the Kingdom of Spain
Passeing de Sant Joan, No 73
08009 Barcelona
Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: +3493 457 40 69
+3493 207 77 14
Fax: +3493-207-09-98
 
Cameroon Cameroonian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Cameroon in Madrid, Spain
C/ Rosario Pino, 3
28020 Madrid Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 91 571 11 60
Fax: (+34) 91 571 25 04
Email: ambacammadrid@telefonica.net
 
Canada Canadian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Canada in Madrid, Spain
Nuñez de Balboa, 35. 3º
28001 Madrid - Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (34) 91 423 3250
Fax: (34) 91 423 3253
Website: http://www.espana.gc.ca
Email: mdrid@international.gc.ca
Office Hours: Monday to Thursday , 08:30 am to 5:30 pm
Friday 8:30 am to 2:30pm
 
Canada Canadian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate of Canada in Barcelona, Spain
Placa de Catalunya 9, 1º, 2ª
08002Barcelona-Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: ( 34) 93 412 7236
Fax: ( 34) 93 317 0541
Email: bclna@international.gc.ca
 
Canada Canadian Consulate in Malaga, Spain
Consulate of Canada in Malaga, Spain
Plaza de la Malagueta, 2. 1º
29016, Malaga, Spain
City: Malaga
Phone: (034) 95 222 3346
Fax: (034) 95 222 9533
Email: cancon@microcad.es
 
Chad Chadian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate of Chad in Barcelona, Spain
Tuset, 5, 5.
08006 Barcelona
Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: (+34) 93 200 66 99
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Chile in Bilbao, Spain
C/ Iturriondo, n 18
Parque Empresarial Ibarrabarri,
Edificio F - metro, 1 C
48940 Leioa, Spain
City: Bilbao
Phone: 94.431.56.08
Fax: 94.480.47.96
Website: http://www.bm30.es/socios/consulados/chile_es.html
Email: cchilebilbao@yahoo.es
Office Hours: Tuesday - Friday (09:30 h - 13:30 h.)
 
Chile Chilean Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Chile in Madrid, Spain
Lagasca 88, 6 planta
28001 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: 34(91) 431 9160
34(91) 435 5842
Fax: 34(91) 5775560
Email: echilees@tsai.es,echilees@ibercom.com
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Consulate General of Chile in Madrid, Spain
Rafael Calvo, 18-5 D
28010 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: 34(91) 31 90763
34(91) 31 99559
Fax: 34(91) 31 93278
Email: cgmadres@interbook.net
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate General of Chile in Barcelona, Spain
Calle caspe, 33b, 2 1,
08010, Barcelona, Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: 34(93) 318 8586
34(93) 318 85 90 (Agregaduria Cultural)
34(93) 302 02 90 (Agregaduria Comercia
Fax: 34(93) 318 6331
Email: cgbarces@cgbarces.com
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Badajoz, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Chile in Badajoz, Spain
Museo 1, 1
06003 Badajoz, Spain
City: Badajoz
Phone: 34-924-237188
34-924 237205
Email: cjuradole@infonegocio.com
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Cordoba, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Chile in Cordoba
San Juan Bautista de la Salle
N2 Chalet Los Pinos 14012 Cord.
City: Cordoba
Phone: 34-957-272606
Email: sbrackenbury@yahoo.es
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Malaga, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Chile in Malaga
Calle Las Palmeras del Limonar
N17-5B.29016,Malaga
City: Malaga
Phone: 34-952-224426
Email: consulado82@hotmail.com
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Chile in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
Obispo Rabadan 36,
4ta 5003 Las Palmas de Canaria
City: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Phone: 34-928-319391
Email: j.v.sanchez@cis-hispania.com
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Chile in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Paseo Milicia de Garachico
1-2 Of.28 Edificio Hamilton
38002 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
City: Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Phone: 34-922-286950
34-922-286954
Email: gesican@terra.es
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Santander, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Chile in Santander, Spain
C/Amos de Escalante 2-1 Derecha
39002, Santander, Spain
City: Santander
Phone: 34-942-318391
Email: anapandomolla@terra.es
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Chile in Sevilla, Spain
La Rabida 3.41013 Sevilla
City: Sevilla
Phone: 34-954-238135
34-954-538963
Fax: 34-954-214791
Email: pestrada@msdw.es
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Chile in Valencia, Spain
Av.C/Doctor Marques de Sotelo,
4-1 5, 46.000 Valencia
City: Valencia
Phone: 34-902500798
Fax: 34-96-3942233
Email: consul.chile@a-e-b.es
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Vigo, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Chile in Vigo, Spain
Velasquez Moreno N 9,
2, 36201 Vigo
City: Vigo
Phone: 34-986-224700
Email: ofitec@tecnaco.es
 
China Chinese Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Chinese Embassy in Madrid, Spain
C/Arturo Soria, 113
28043 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: 0034-91-5194242
Fax: 0034-91-5192035
Website: http://es.chineseembassy.org
Email: chinaemb_es@mfa.gov.cn
 
China Chinese Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Chinese Consulate General in Barcelona, Spain
Av.Tibidabo,
No.34, Barcelona 08022, Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: +34-93-2541199
Fax: +34-93-4173833, 2127718, 2118794
Website: http://barcelona.china-consulate.org
Email: chinasonsul_bar_es@mfa.gov.cn
Office Hours: Office hours: 09:30-13:30 Monday, Wednesday, Friday
 
Colombia Colombian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Colombia in Spain
Pº Gral. Martínez
Campos, 48
28071
City: Madrid
Phone: (91) 310 38 00
 
Comoros Comoran Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate of the Comoros in Barcelona, Spain
185, Rue Balmes 08 006
Barcelona, Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: 93-200-97-22
Fax: 93-200-02-47
 
Costa Rica Costa Rican Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Costa Rica in Madrid, Spain
Paseo de la Castellana No. 164, 17-A
28046 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (0034) 91-3459622
(0034) 91-3596894
Fax: (0034) 91-3533709
Email: embajada@embcr.org
Office Hours: 10 am to 6 pm
 
Costa Rica Costa Rican Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Costa Rica in Barcelona, Spain
Avda. Sarria
no.2 08029 Barcelona Jurisdiccion
Cataluna y el Estado de Andorra
City: Barcelona
Phone: (0034) 933.632.257
Fax: (0034) 934.109.482
Email: junca@comunired.com
 
Costa Rica Costa Rican Consulate in Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Costa Rica in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Edificio Mercurio
Torre 2-5 A 35100 Playa del Ingles
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
City: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Phone: (0034) 92-876-1509 / 92-876-1510
Fax: (0034) 92-876-8976
Email: welt-immbilien@pa-servicom.es
 
Costa Rica Costa Rican Consulate in Tarragona, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Costa Rica in Tarragona, Spain
Calle Rambla Nova 75
Principal, 43003 Tarragona, Spain.
City: Tarragona
Phone: (0034) 97-723-7513
Fax: (0034) 97-721-3972
 
Costa Rica Costa Rican Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Costa Rica in Valencia, Spain
Calle Conde de Altea 3 Valencia
Spain
City: Valencia
Phone: 003496-3747542/963-642135
Fax: 0034963330410-662369484
Email: manelajej@hotmail.com
 
Croatia Croatian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in Madrid, Spain
Calle Claudio Coello 78/2
28001 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: 0034 91 577 6881
0034 91 577 6901
Fax: 0034 91 577 6905
Website: http://es.mvp.hr
Email: croemb.madrid@mvpei.hr
 
Croatia Croatian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate of the Republic of Croatia in Barcelona, Spain
c/ Carbonell, 1, bajos
08003 Barcelona
Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: 0034 93 272 0043
Fax: 0034 93 488 0755
Email: consulcroacia@telefonica.net
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9.00-13.30
 
Croatia Croatian Consulate in Pamplona, Spain
Consulate of the Republic of Croatia in Pamplona, Spain
Avenida Pio XII 31/8b
31008 Pamplona
Spain
City: Pamplona
Phone: 0034 94 8261 140
 
Croatia Croatian Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Consulate of the Republic of Croatia in Sevilla, Spain
C/ Diego de Riano,
11,5,derecha, 41004 Sevilla
Spain
City: Sevilla
 
Cuba Cuban Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Cuba in Madrid, Spain
Paseo de La Habana No. 194
C. P. 28036, Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (34-91) 359 2500
Fax: (34-91) 359 6145
Website: http://www.cubadiplomatica.cu/espana
Email: secreembajada@ecubamad.com
Office Hours: Lunes - Viernes 9:00 - 13:00/15:00 - 18:00
Details: Ambassador: Alejandro González Galiano
 
Cuba Cuban Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Cuban Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Conde de Penalver 38,
6to. Piso A, C. P. 28006
Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (34-91) 401 0579; (34-91) 401 4123
Fax: (34-91) 402 1948
Website: http://www.cubadiplomatica.cu/espana
Email: ccubamad@telefonica.net
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 10:00-13:00
Details: Consul: Yoimar Quevedo González
 
Cuba Cuban Consulate in Santiago De Compostela, Spain
Cuban Consulate in Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Calle Cuesta de Santa Isabel No. 19, CP. 15705
Santiago de Compostela, Coruna, Galicia
Spain
City: Santiago de Compostela
Phone: (34-98) 981934251
For information call 981576143, from Monday to Thursday, from 17:30
Fax: (34-98) 981576168
Website: http://www.cubadiplomatica.cu/espana
Email: aleconsulgalicia@consuladocubagalicia.e.telefonica.net
Office Hours: Lunes a Jueves, 10:00-14:00
Details: Consul General: Alejandro Fuentes Hernández
 
Cuba Cuban Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Cuban Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Paseo de Gracia No. 34
2do. Piso, Apto. 2. 08007
Barcelona, Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: 902 999 506
(Atencion personal de 3:00 a 6:00PM)
Fax: (34-93) 487 8661
Website: http://www.cubadiplomatica.cu/espana
Email: infoconsularbcn@consuladocuba.org,consulgeneralbcn@consuladocuba.org
Office Hours: Lunes a Viernes (Menos el Miercoles) de 9:00 AM a 1:00 PM
Details: Consul General: Iraida Guerrero Zúñiga
 
Cuba Cuban Consulate in Canary Island, Spain
Cuban Consulate in Canary Island, Spain
Calle Leon y Castillo No. 247
Ciudad Jardin, C. P. 35005
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Canary Island, Spain
City: Canary Island
Phone: (34-92) 824 4642
Fax: (34-92) 824 4643
Website: http://www.cubadiplomatica.cu/espana
Email: consucan@telefonica.net
Office Hours: Lunes a Jueves, 9:00-13:30
Details: Consul General: Luis Roberto Molina Abrahantes
 
Cuba Cuban Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Cuban General Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Calle Blas Infante No. 6
8vo. Piso, Edificio URBIS,
CP. 41011, Sevilla
City: Sevilla
Phone: (34-95) 441 7706
Fax: (34-95) 427 8004
Website: http://www.cubadiplomatica.cu/espana
Email: sevillaconsulado@telefonica.net
Office Hours: Lunes a Jueves, 10:00-14:00
Details: Consul General: Ulises Arranz Fernández
 
Cyprus Cypriot Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Cyprus in Bilbao, Spain
Simon Bolivar, 27, 1st floor - Off. 19
48010 Bilbao, Spain
City: Bilbao
Phone: +3494 4240132,
Mob: +34 66 7500504
Fax: +3494 4236897
Email: consuladochipre.bilbao@telefonica.net
Office Hours: 9:30-14:00, 16:00-19:00 (Mon.-Thu.)9:30-14:00 (Fr.)
 
Cyprus Cypriot Consulate in Granada, Spain
Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Cyprus in Granada, Spain
25, Calle Almajara
18008 Granada, Spain
City: Granada
Phone: +3495 8134554,
Mob: +34 64 6222951
Fax: +3495 8134554
Email: consuladochipre.granada@telefonica.net
Office Hours: 11:00 - 14:00
 
Cyprus Cypriot Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus in Madrid, Spain
Paseo de la Castellana, 45 4 y 5 Izq.
28046 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 915 783 114 / 17
Fax: (+34) 915 782 189
Website: http://www.mfa.gov.cy/embassymadrid
Email: embajadachipre@telefonica.net,consuladochipre@telefonica.net
Office Hours: 09:00 - 16:30 (Mon.- Fr.)
 
Cyprus Cypriot Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Cyprus-Barcelona
C/Muntaner n 259, 2 1
09021 Barcelona, Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: +34 934140685
Fax: +34 934141209
Email: consuladochipre.bcn@telefonica.net
 
Czech Republic Czech Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the Czech Republic in Madrid, Spain
Avenida Pío XII, 22-24,
28016, Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: 91 353 18 80
Fax: 91 353 18 85
Website: http://www.mzv.cz/madrid
Email: madrid@embassy.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Monday - Friday:  08.00 - 12.30, 13.00 -16.30 Monday - Friday: 10.00 - 12.00 (Public)
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in Oviedo, Spain
Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in Oviedo, Spain
C/ Munoz Degrain, 2-1-of. 1,
33007 Oviedo, Spain
City: Oviedo
Phone: 0034/985275058
Fax: 0034/985275058
Email: oviedo@honorary.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 10.00 - 12.00
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in Barcelona, Spain
Travessera de Gracia,
52, 5-o, 2-a,
08021 Barcelona
City: Barcelona
Phone: 0034/932413236
Fax: 0034/932413237
Website: http://www.mzv.cz/madrid
Email: Barcelona@honorary.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 10.00 - 13.00
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in Benidorm, Spain
Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in Benidorm, Spain
C/ Ibiza 15,
03503 Benidorm
City: Benidorm
Phone: 0034/965853824
Fax: 0034/965866447
Email: benidorm@honorary.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 10.00 - 12.00
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in La Orotava, Spain
Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in La Orotava, Spain
C/ Luis de la Cruz y Rios, 9,
3'A, 38300 La Orotava (Santa Cruz de Tenerife)
City: La Orotava
Phone: 0034/922323645
Fax: 0034/922323645
Email: tenerife@honorary.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Friday 12.00 - 18.00
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in Jerez De La Frontera, Spain
Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain
Carretera de Circunvalacion,
s/n; Complejo Bellavista,
11407 Jerez de la Fronter
City: Jerez de la Frontera
Phone: 0034/956302500
Fax: 0034/956319825
Email: jerez@honorary.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 12.00 - 14.00
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Pza. Sant Antoni, 11A, 3-der.,
07002 Palma de Mallorca
City: Palma de Mallorca
Phone: 0034/971105500
Fax: 0034/971570838
Email: mallorca@honorary.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Monday, Wendesday, Friday 10.00 - 12.00
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Centro Checo
Avda. Pío XII, 22-24,
28016 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: 0034/913530623, 913530622
Fax: 0034/913530624
Website: http://www.czechcentres.cz/madrid
Email: ccmadrid@czech.cz
 
Denmark Danish Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Royal Danish Embassy in Spain
Serrano 26, 7th fl.
E-28001
City: Madrid
Phone: +34 914 318 445
Fax: +34 91 431 9168
Website: http://www.ambmadrid.um.dk
Email: madamb@um.dk
 
Denmark Danish Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Royal Danish Consulate General in Spain
Rambla de Cataluna 45, 4-2
E-08007 Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: +34 93 488 0222
Fax: +34 93 487 6736
Email: gkl_bcn@infonegocio.com
 
Dominican Republic Dominican Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Honorary Consulate of the Dominican Republic
José María Escuza N° 20 6ºA E
48013 Bilbao, España
City: Bilbao
Phone: (34) 944.276.388
Fax: (34) 944.276.388
Website: http://www.repdom.es/
Email: consul@repdom.euskalnet.net
 
Dominican Republic Dominican Embassy in MADRID, Spain
Embassy of the Dominican Republic in Spain
Paseo de la Castellana 30, 1° D. 28046
Madrid, Spain
City: MADRID
Phone: 011-34-914-31-5395
Fax: 011-34-914-35-8139
Website: http://www.serex.gov.do/exterior/misiones/eur/esp/embespn/default.aspx
Email: embajada@embajadadominicana.es
 
Dominican Republic Dominican Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Consulate General of the Dominican Republic in Madrid, Spain
Calle Castelló #25, Piso 2, Puerta E, Código Postal 28001,
Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: [34] 91 431 5321; [34] 91 435 0227
Website: http://www.serex.gov.do/exterior/misiones/eur/esp/madrid/default.aspx
Email: info@consuladordmadrid.com
Office Hours: 9am - 2pm Mondays and Fridays 4pm - 6pm Thursdays and Tuesdays
 
Dominican Republic Dominican Consulate in Alicante, Spain
Honorary Consulate of the Dominican Republic in Alicante, Spain
Calle de la Virgen del Socorro, 50 - Local 3, Código Postal 03002,
Alicante, Spain
City: Alicante
Phone: +34 96 515 18 97
Fax: +34 96 515 1165
Website: http://www.serex.gov.do/exterior/misiones/eur/esp/consalic/default.aspx
Email: info@consuladodominicanoalicante.org
Office Hours: M-F 10am - 2pm
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Ecuador in Spain
Cancilleria Calle Velasquez No.114 - 2. Derecha
28006 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: (0034) 91-5625436; (0034) 91-5627215; (0034) 91-5627216;
Fax: (0034) 91-7450244
Email: embajada@mecuador.es
Office Hours: 9:30 am - 2:30pm; 4pm - 6pm
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate of Ecuador in Barcelona, Spain
Calle Napoles 187, 4 y 5 pisos
08013, Barcelona
City: Barcelona
Phone: (0034) 932457465; 932462490
Fax: (0034) 932700173
Email: consuldorbc@consulecuador.e.telefonica.net
Office Hours: 9am - 2pm; 3pm- 5pm
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Consulate of Ecuador in Bilbao, Spain
C/ Hurtado de Amezaga, 27-Piso 11-Dpto.2
48008 Bilbao
City: Bilbao
Phone: (0034) 94-4241039;
Fax: (0034) 94-4241039
Email: bilbao@consuldor.org
Office Hours: 9am - 1pm
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Consulate of Ecuador in Madrid, Spain
Calle Enrique Jardiel Poncela, 6 Bajo
28016, Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: (0034) 91-3430250; 913594277
Fax: 913454523
Email: cecumadrid@mmrree.gov.ec
Office Hours: 8:30am - 2:30pm
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Malaga, Spain
Consulate of Ecuador in Malaga, Spain
Calle Panaderos, 8 Bajo
29005 Malaga
City: Malaga
Phone: 00(34) 952 06 29 59; 00(34) 952 21 83 97
Fax: 00(34) 352 60 14 38
Email: cecumalaga@telefonica.net
Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Murcia, Spain
Consulate of Ecuador in Murcia, Spain
Av. Ronda Norte, 27, bajo
C.P. 30009, Murcia
City: Murcia
Phone: (0034) 96-8225439/8
Fax: (0034) 96-8285205
Email: cecumurcia@mmrree.gov.ec
Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30 am - 4:30pm
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Santander, Spain
Consulate of Ecuador in Santander, Spain
Calle Juan de Herrera, 2
39002 Santander
City: Santander
Phone: (0034) 94-2216250/54
Fax: (0034) 94-2313109
Email: fer-baster@sarenet.es
Office Hours: 10:30am - 1pm
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain
Consulate of Ecuador in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Calle del Si, 1-Septima Planta
C.P. 38002 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
City: Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Phone: 922533360
Fax: 922 532 692
Email: guillermotfv@icatf.com.es
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Consulate of Ecuador in Sevilla, Spain
Av. El Greco, No. 40 (entraad por calle Isaac Albeniz) 41007 Sevilla
City: Sevilla
Phone: (0034) 954571192
Fax: (0034) 954094436
Email: consulado.ecusevilla@gmail.com
Office Hours: 10am - 3pm
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Consulate of Ecuador in Valencia, Spain
Marqués de Sotelo N 3 pta 10. CP 46002 Valencia
City: Valencia
Phone: (0034) 963427509/ 963940409
Fax: (0034) 963519840
Email: cecuvalencia@mmrree.gov.ec
Office Hours: 08:30am - 3pm
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Vigo, Spain
Consulate of Ecuador in Vigo, Spain
Plaza de Compostela, 20-1
36201
City: Vigo
Phone: (0034) 98-6229450
Fax: (0034) 88-6117217
Email: consulado@partenon.net
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Zaragoza, Spain
Consulate of Ecuador in Zaragoza, Spain
Calle Paseo de la Independencia, 19-8 A
50004
City: Zaragoza
Phone: (0034) 97-6302616
Fax: (0034) 97-6302615
Email: consuladozaragoza@yahoo.es
Office Hours: 12 noon - 2pm; 4pm - 6pm
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Alicante, Spain
Ecuadorian Consulate in Alicante, Spain
Calle Poeta Quintana, 2 (entresuelo) 03004
City: Alicante
Phone: (0034) 965147003
Fax: (0034) 966 354 162
Email: cecualicante@mmrree.gov.ec
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Mallorca, Spain
Ecuadorian Consulate in Mallorca, Spain
Calle Jafudá Cresques número 8, local 2.
Palma de Mallorca - Baleares - España.
Código Postal: 07004.
City: Mallorca
Phone: (0034 ) 871966392.
Fax: (0034 ) 871966790
Email: cecupalmamallorca@mmrree.gov.ec
 
Egypt Egyptian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Egypt in Spain
VELAZQUEZ,69 - Madrid - Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (003491)5776308 - 5776309 - 5776310
Fax: (003491)5781732
 
El Salvador Salvadoran Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of El Salvador in Spain
Calle Serrano 114
2o. Edificio Izquierda
28006
City: Madrid
Phone: 034 91 562 8002 or  034 91 562 6802
Fax: 034 91 563 0584
 
Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinean Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in Spain
Avda. Pio XII no 14
28016 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: ( +34)91 353 21 69
Fax: ( +34)91 353 21 65
 
Estonia Estonian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Estonia in Spain
Calle Claudio Coello 91 - 1D
28006
City: Madrid
Phone: (34 91) 426 16 71
Fax: (34 91) 426 16 72
Website: http://www.estemb.es/
Email: embassy.madrid@mfa.ee
Office Hours: The Embassy is open form Monday to Friday from 10 to 13 hours and closed on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays.
 
Estonia Estonian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consul General in Barcelona
Avinguda Diagonal 401-1,
08008 Barcelona
City: Barcelona
Phone: (34 93) 416 00 11
Fax: (34 93) 415 23 66
Email: baltic@sefes.es
Office Hours: The honorary consuls office in Barcelona is open from Monday to Friday 10 am 2 pm.
 
Estonia Estonian Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Honorary Consul in Sevilla
(Grupo Tecnologica Cartera de Innovacion, S.A.)
C/Tomas Alba Edison no 4
Isla de la Cartuja
41092 Seville
City: Sevilla
Phone: (34 95) 408 1060
Fax: (34 95) 408 1055
Email: consul.estonia.sevilla@gmail.com
 
Estonia Estonian Consulate in Canary Islands, Spain
Honorary Consul on Canary Islands
C/ Argentina 21
35200 Telde
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Spain
City: Canary Islands
Phone: +34 928 703 725
Fax: +34 928 690 237
Email: stadeo@simahtel.com
 
Estonia Estonian Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Honorary Consul of Estonia in Valencia, Spain
C/Guillem de Castro 141 - 2
46008 Valencia
City: Valencia
Phone: 678 391 407
Fax: 963 922 092
Email: estonia.valencia@gmail.com
 
Finland Finnish Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Finland in Spain
Paseo de la Castellana 15
E-28046
City: Madrid
Phone: +34-91 319 6172
Fax: +34-91 308 3901
Website: http://www.finlandia.es
Email: sanomat.mad@formin.fi
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9.30-13.30
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Las Palmas, Spain
Consulate of Finland in Las Palmas, Spain
Jose Franchy Roca, 5-2
35007 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Postal address: 35007 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
City: Las Palmas
Phone: (34) 928 224 358, 928 224 362
Fax: (34) 928 227 903
Website: http://www.finlandia.es
Email: sanomat.lsp@formin.fi
Office Hours: Customer service: Mon-Fri 9.00-13.00
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consulate General of Finland in Barcelona, Spain
Consulado General honorario de Finlandia
Puig i Xoriguer, 17
p.b.08004
City: Barcelona
Phone: (34) 93 443 1598
Fax: (34) 93 442 4100
Email: finlandia_barcelona@mundivia.es
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Honorary Consulate General of Finland in Sevilla, Spain
Consulado General honorario de Finlandia
Adriano 45-2 B
41001
City: Sevilla
Phone: (34) 954 29 66 80
Fax: (34) 954 62 60 04
Email: robertoechevarria@consuladofinlandia.com
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Benidorm, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Benidorm, Spain
Consulado honorario de Finlandia
Avenida Los Almendros 37, piso 2 lzda
03500
City: Benidorm
Phone: +34 96 586 6942
Fax: +34 96 585 2615
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Bilbao, Spain
San Vicente 8
Edificio Albia II,Planta Baja, Local A
48001
Postal address: Consulado honorario de Finlandia
Apartado 520, 48080
City: Bilbao
Phone: +34 94 423 9036
Fax: +34 94 423 6736
Email: jcandina@jmcandina.com
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Gijon, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Gijon, Spain
Consulado honorario de Finlandia
Cabrales, 20 - Entresuelo
33201
City: Gijon
Phone: +34 98 531 9193
Fax: +34 98 535 9849
Email: info@alvargonzales.com
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in La Coruna, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Finland in La Coruna, Spain
Consulado honorario de Finlandia
Poligono de Sabon
Avda. de la Prensa 84-84
15142 Arteixo
City: La Coruna
Phone: +34 981 180 180
Fax: +34 981 180 480
Email: sctra.presidente@lavoz.com
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Malaga, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Malaga, Spain
Consulado honorario de Finlandia
Calle Blasco de Garay 7-5 D
29001
City: Malaga
Phone: +34 95 221 2435
Fax: +34 95 221 2423
Email: finlandia_malaga@mundivia.es
Office Hours: Customer Service: Mon-Fri 10.00-13.00
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Consulado honorario de Finlandia
C/ de la Unio 2
primer piso, puerta 18
07001
City: Palma de Mallorca
Phone: +34 971 717 274
Fax: +34 971 710 898
Email: finlandia_mallorca@mundivia.es
Office Hours: Customer Service: Mon,Wed,Fri 10.00-12.30
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Pilar De La Horadada, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Pilar de la Horadada, Spain
Consulado honorario de Finlandia
Calle Mayor 23-3B
03190
City: Pilar de la Horadada
Phone: +34 96 676 6412
Fax: +34 96 676 7204
Email: confinland@hotmail.com
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Consulado honorario de Finlandia
Calle Villaba Hervas, 5-3
38002
City: Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Phone: +34 922 280 955, 922 280 964 (emergency tel. +34 620 824 513)
Fax: +34 922 240 287
Email: Finlandia_tenerife@mundivia.es
Office Hours: Customer Service: Mon-Fri 09.00-12.00
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Valencia, Spain
Conde Salvatierra de Alava, 11-2' P2
46004
City: Valencia
Phone: +34 963 525 250
Fax: +34 963 940 700
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Vigo, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Vigo, Spain
Consulado honorario de Finlandia
Velazquez Moreno 3-7
36201
City: Vigo
Phone: +34 986 436 661
Fax: +34 986 432125
 
France French Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of France in Madrid, Spain
Calle Salustiano Olozaga 9
28001 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: [34] (91) 423 89 00
Fax: [34] (91) 423 89 08
 
France French Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Consulate General of France in Madrid, Spain
Calle Marques de la Ensenada 10
28004 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: [34] (91) 700 78 00
Fax: [34] (91) 700 78 01
Email: ecrire@consulfrance-madrid.org
 
France French Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate General of France in Barcelona, Spain
Ronda Universitat 22 bis - 4'
08007 Barcelona
City: Barcelona
Phone: [34] (93) 270 30 00
Fax: [34] (93) 270 30 49
Website: http://www.consulfrance-barcelone.org
Email: info@consulfrance-barcelone.org
 
France French Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Consulate General of France in Bilbao, Spain
Calle Iparraguirre 26 - 5' Dch
48011 Bilbao
City: Bilbao
Phone: [34] (94) 425 51 80
Fax: [34] (94) 423 88 12
Email: ecrire@consulfrance-bilbao.org
 
France French Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Consulate General of France in Sevilla, Spain
Plaza de Santa Cruz 1
41004 Seville
City: Sevilla
Phone: [34] (95) 429 32 00
Fax: [34] (95) 429 31 80 (ou 81)
Email: ecrire@consulfrance-seville.org
 
France French Consulate in Malaga, Spain
Consulate of France in Malaga, Spain
calle Duquesa de Parcent 8
29001 Malaga
City: Malaga
Phone: [34] (95) 222 65 90 / (95) 221 48 88
Fax: [34] (95) 222 72 65
 
France French Consulate in Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Consulate of France in Palma de Mallorca, Spain
calle Mateu Enrique Llado 1 - 2eme etage
07002 Palma de Majorque
City: Palma de Mallorca
Phone: [34] (971) 73 03 01
Fax: [34] (971) 78 00 99
Website: http://www.consulfrance-barcelone.org
Email: ant-consulaire.palma@diplomatie.gouv.fr
 
France French Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Consulate of France in Valencia, Spain
Calle Cronista Carreres, 11, 1'
46003 Valence
City: Valencia
Phone: [34] 96 351 03 59
Fax: [34] 96 352 71 46
 
Gabon Gabonese Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Gabon in Madrid, Spain
Calle Angel de Diego Roldán 14-16
28016
City: Madrid
Phone: (341) 413 82 11
Fax: 413 11 53
 
Georgia Georgian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Georgia in Madrid, Spain
Plaza de las cortes 4,o 5, 28014 Madrid,
City: Madrid
Phone: + (34) 914-203-589
Fax: + (34) 914-296-883
Website: http://www.spain.mfa.gov.ge/
Email: embassymadrid@mfa.gov.ge
 
Greece Greek Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Greece in Madrid, Spain
Av. Doctor Arce 24
28002
City: Madrid
Phone: (003491) 5644653 or 4
Fax: (003491)5644668
Email: gremb.mad@mfa.gr
Office Hours: ---
Details: ---
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate General of Greece in Barcelona
Av.Diagonal 593, 6o 2a, 08014 Barcelona
City: Barcelona
Phone: (003493) 3212828
Fax: (003493)3218647
Email: hellasconsbcn@telefonica.net
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Greece in Bilbao
c/Alameda Recalde 27, 48009 Bilbao, Spain
City: Bilbao
Phone: (003494) 4239739
Fax: (003494) 4248192
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Huelva, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Greece in Huelva
Marina 16
10 B
21001
City: Huelva
Phone: (0034959) 500335-6
Fax: (0034959) 500625, 500335-6
Email: jrey@mdmhve.marmedsa.com
Details: Head of Mission: Mr. Francisco Javier Rey Vich, Vice-Consul
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Huelva, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Greece in Huelva
Paisajista de Bella Vista, 3/3o A. Huelva 21003 ,
City: Huelva
Phone: (0034959) 500335-6
Fax: (0034959) 500625, 500335-6
Email: jrey@mdmhve.marmedsa.com
 
Greece Greek Consulate in La Coruna, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Greece in La Coruna
Caballeros 3-5o, Izda, 15006 La Coruna , Spain
City: La Coruna
Phone: (0034981) 134970
Fax: (0034981) 134970
Email: r.docampo@mundo-r.com
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Greece in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Dique Leon y Castillo s/n, Noray 2829, 35008 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
City: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Phone: (0034928) 300543-5
Fax: (0034928) 300540
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Malaga, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Greece in Malaga
Dr Manuel Perez Bryan 3, 29005 Malaga, Spain
City: Malaga
Phone: (0034952) 225689
Fax: (0034952) 120043
Email: glamoth@wanadoo.es
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Greece in Palma de Mallorca
Santo Domingo 8, 07001 Palma de Mallorca, Spain
City: Palma de Mallorca
Phone: (0034971) 712221, 171719
Fax: (0034971) 716744
Email: ciligrecia@hotmail.com
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Greece in Valencia
Avda de las Cortes Valencianas Edificio Sorolla Center, no 58, 2o puerta 10, Val
City: Valencia
Phone: (003496) 3448184
Fax: (003496) 3462707
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Greece in Sevilla
c/Luis Montono No 130-A, 41005 Sevilla , Spain
City: Sevilla
Phone: (0034954) 574404, 578269, 419000
Fax: (0034954) 580942
 
Greenland Greenlandic Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Royal Danish Embassy in Spain
Serrano 26, 7th fl.
E-28001 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: +34 91 431 8445
Fax: +34 91 431 9168
Website: http://www.ambmadrid.um.dk
Email: madamb@um.dk
Office Hours: Monday to Friday: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Details: The Faroe Islands and Greenland are part of the Kingdom of Denmark. As a main principle, the Danish Constitution stipulates that the foreign and security interests for all parts of the Kingdom of Denmark are the responsibility of the Danish government.
 
Greenland Greenlandic Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Royal Danish Consulate General in Spain
Rambla de Catalunya 62, 5-2
E-08007 Barcelona
City: Barcelona
Phone: +34 93 488 0222
Fax: +34 93 487 6736
Email: gkl_bcn@infonegocio.com
Details: The Faroe Islands and Greenland are part of the Kingdom of Denmark. As a main principle, the Danish Constitution stipulates that the foreign and security interests for all parts of the Kingdom of Denmark are the responsibility of the Danish government.
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Guatemala in Madrid, Spain
Calle Rafael Salgado, n' 3, 10 derecha
28036 Madrid, Espana
City: Madrid
Phone: (34)-913441722; (34)-913441417
Fax: (34)-914587894
Website: http://www.embajadaguatemala.es/
Email: informacion@embajadaguatemala.es
Office Hours: Horario: 09:00 a 17:00 horas / Trámites Consulares: 9:00 a 13:00 horas
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Consulate in Alicante, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Guatemala in Alicante, Spain
Los Álamos, 26, 03550 San Juan, Alicante
City: Alicante
Phone: 00 34 - 609 62 32 09
Email: javiergarnicacollantes@yahoo.es
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Guatemala in Barcelona, Spain
Av. Gran Vía Carles III, 94, 5º 1ª, Edificios Trade, 08028 - Barcelona
City: Barcelona
Phone: 00 34 - 93 339 78 01
Fax: 00 34 - 93 339 78 01
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Guatemala in Bilbao, Spain
C/ Cataluña, 1, 3º A, 48015 - Bilbao
City: Bilbao
Phone: 00 34 - 94 447 40 45
Fax: 00 34 - 94 495 73 76 / 94
Email: consguatemala@redox.es
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Consulate in La Coruña, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Guatemala in La Coruña, Spain
Juan de Vega, 19, 4º, 15004 - La Coruña
City: La Coruña
Phone: 00 34 - 98 122 42 76 / 00 34 - 98 122 71 95
Fax: 00 34 - 98 113 25 98
Email: freirabogados@terra.es
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Consulate in Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Guatemala in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
Plaza de la Feria, 5, 35003 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
City: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Phone: 00 34 - 92 837 15 00
Fax: 00 34 - 92 838 11 56
Email: info@asesoriagarciamendoza.com
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Consulate in Murcia, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Guatemala in Murcia, Spain
C/ Santander, 8, Bajo Dcha., 30140 Santomera, Murcia
City: Murcia
Phone: 00 34 - 96 886 02 19
Fax: 00 34 - 96 886 02 19
Email: asomurgua@telefonica.net
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Consulate in Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Guatemala in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
C/ San Francisco, 4, 3º, 38002 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
City: Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Phone: 00 34 - 92 224 13 23
Fax: 00 34 - 92 224 13 23
Email: silest@tecnirecursos.e.telefonica.net
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Consulate in Santander, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Guatemala in Santander, Spain
C/ Gándara, 4, 2º D, 39003 Santander
City: Santander
Phone: 00 34 - 94 236 40 18 / 00 34 - 94 236 14 45
Fax: 00 34 - 94 236 18 26
Email: satunotum1@hotmail.com
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Guatemala in Valencia, Spain
C/ Dr. Moliner, 2, 8º, Pta. 15, 46010 Valencia
City: Valencia
Phone: 00 34 - 96 339 25 43
Fax: 00 34 - 96 339 16 78
Email: guatevalencia@infonegocio.com
 
Guinea Guinean Embassy in Barcelona, Spain
Embassy of Guinea Conakry in Spain
Consulado de la Republica de Guinea Conakry en Barcelona
C/Gran Via de les corts catalanes
nº700 1º1º, 08010
City: Barcelona
Phone: 0034/93.244.80.04
Fax: 0034/93.244.80.03
Website: http://www.consuladoguinea.com
Email: consuladoguinea@hotmail.com
 
Haiti Haitian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Haiti in Spain
Marques del Duero, 3 1 izq.
28001
City: Madrid
Phone: 34-91-575-2624
Fax: 34-91-431-4600
Email: embhaiti@futurnet.es
 
Honduras Honduran Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Honduras in Madrid, Spain
Calle Rafael Calvo #15, 6B , 28010
City: Madrid
Phone: + 34 + 91 +702-5157
Fax: + 34 + 91 +702-5158
Website: http://www.embahonduras.es/
Email: Embahonduras@telefonica.net
 
Hungary Hungarian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Hungary in Spain
c/Angel de Diego Roldan, 21
28016
City: Madrid
Phone: (34)914137011
Fax: (34)91 413 41 38
Website: http://www.embajada-hungria.org/
Email: info@embajada-hungria.org
Office Hours: los días lunes, miércoles y viernes, de 10 a 12 horas.
 
Iceland Icelandic Consulate in Fuengirola, Spain
Consulate of Iceland in Spain
3-B Paseo Marítimo 91
Apartado de Correos 208
E-29640
City: Fuengirola
Phone: (+ 34) 952 661 200
Fax: (+ 34) 952 661 311
Website: http://www.isconsul.com/
Email: info@isconsul.com
Office Hours: Weekdays 10 am - 2 pm CET
 
India Indian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of India in Madrid, Spain
Av. Pio XII, 30-32
28016 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: 902901010, 911315100
Fax: 913451112
Website: http://www.embajadaindia.com/
Email: info@embassyindia.jazztel.es, consular@embassyindia.jazztel.es
 
India Indian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consulate General of India in Barcelona, Spain
C/Teodoro Roviralta 21-23, 08022
City: Barcelona
Phone: +34-3-2120422/0354
 
India Indian Consulate in Canary Islands, Spain
Honorary Consulate General of India in Canary Islands, Spain
Calle Sanjose No. 23, 2nd Floor
P.O. ox No. 336
38002 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
City: Canary Islands
Phone: +34-22-341416,243503
Fax: +34-22-289755
 
Indonesia Indonesian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Indonesia in Madrid, Spain
Calle de Agastia No. 65
28043 Madrid , Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (34-91) 413-0294, 413-0394, 413-0594, 413-0747
Fax: (34-91) 413-8994
Website: http://www.embajadadeindonesia.es
Email: kbri@embajadadeindonesia.es
Office Hours: Office Hours : Monday-Friday: 09.00am - 05.00pm. Saturday-Sunday: Closed
 
Indonesia Indonesian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Indonesia in Barcelona, Spain
Calle de Pau Claris No. 173
- 2° - 2ª, 08037 Barcelona
Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: (34-93) 487-6884
Fax: (34-93) 216-0403
 
Indonesia Indonesian Consulate in Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Indonesia in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
Calle Joaquin Costa No. 52 - 1º
35007 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
City: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Phone: (34-92) 826-3565
Fax: (34-92) 847-2196
 
Iraq Iraqi Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of The Republic of Iraq in Spain
Carril Conde, 56, 28043
City: Madrid
Phone: +34 913 88 27 24
Fax: 003491- 7593180
Email: mdremb@iraqmofamail.net
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Ireland in Madrid, Spain
Ireland House
Paseo de la Castellana 46-4
28046
City: Madrid
Phone: +34 91 436 4093
Fax: +34 91 435 1677
Website: http://http://www.embassyofireland.es/
Email: .
Office Hours: Opening Hours: Monday to Friday from 10.00 - 14.00 Please note the Visa Office is only open in the morning for personal callers from 11.15 to 13.15.
Details: Ambassador: His Excellency Justin Harman First Secretary: Sineád Ryan Third Secretary: Breda Lee Administrative: Attache Concepta Connors
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in Alicante, Spain
Honorary Consul of Ireland in Alicante, Spain
Ctra. De Madrid Km 4, Mercalicante
Apartado de Correros 5146
03007
City: Alicante
Phone: +34 965 107 485
Fax: +34 965 113 519
Website: http://www.eurobanan.com
Email: consulado@eurobanan.com
Office Hours: 09:30-13:45, Monday to Friday
Details: Honorary Consul: Rory Byrne
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consul General of Ireland in Barcelona, Spain
Gran Via Carlos III, 94
08028
City: Barcelona
Phone: + 34 93 491 5021
Fax: + 34 93 490 0986
Email: cons.irl@webcat.es
Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 10.00 - 13.00
Details: Honorary Consul General: Enrique Cucurella
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in El Ferrol, Spain
Honorary Consul of Ireland in El Ferrol, Spain
Anton Martin Shipping
S.L. San Francisco 46. 15401
City: El Ferrol
Phone: +34 981 351 480
Fax: +34 981 357 983
Email: tomasanton@antonmartin.com
Details: Honorary Consul : Thomás Diáz del Rio
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in Lanzarote, Spain
Honorary Vice Consul of Ireland in Lanzarote, Spain
C/Gines de Castro Alvarez 12, 3B
35500 Arrecife
City: Lanzarote
Phone: +34 92 881 5262
Fax: +34 92 880 2200
Email: ireland@lanzarote-viceconsulate.com
Details: Honorary Vice Consul : Eileen Izquierdo Lawlor
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in Malaga, Spain
Honorary Consul of Ireland in Malaga, Spain
Galerias Santa Monica Avenida Los Boliches, 15
29640 Fuengirola
City: Malaga
Phone: +34 952 475 108
Fax: +34 952 466 783
Email: bufete@josemiguel.e.felefonica.net
Details: Honorary Consul : Jose Miguel De la Torre y Morin
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in Mallorca, Spain
Honorary Consul General of Ireland in Mallorca, Spain
San Miguel, 68 A-7º/8º
07002 Palma de Mallorca
City: Mallorca
Phone: +34971 722 504
Fax: +34971 718 229
Email: me.martinez@marrero-henning.com
Details: Honorary Consul General: Pedro Pablo Marrero Henning
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Honorary Consul of Ireland in Sevilla, Spain
Avda. de Jerez, 46, Expolocal Local, 8
41012
City: Sevilla
Phone: +34 954 690 689
Fax: +34 954 689 112
Email: irishconsulate@telefonica.net
Details: Honorary Consul: Ignacio de la Oliva Agulló
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in Tenerife, Spain
Honorary Consul General of Ireland in Tenerife, Spain
Elias Ramos Gonzalez 10
Edif. Tahodio Porton A-44a
Residential Anaga
380012 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Canary Islands
City: Tenerife
Phone: +34 922 245 671
Fax: +34 922 245 671
Email: jimken@telefonica.net
Details: Honorary Consul General : Jaime K. Willis
 
Ireland Irish Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Ireland in Madrid, Spain
Ireland House
Paseo de la Castellana 46-4
28046
City: Madrid
Phone: +34 91 436 4093
Fax: +34 91 435 1677
Website: http://www.embassyofireland.es
Details: Ambassador: His Excellency Justin Harman First Secretary: Sineád Ryan Third Secretary: Breda Lee Administrative Attaché: Concepta Connors
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consul General in Barcelona, Spain
Gran Via Carlos III, 94
08028
City: Barcelona
Phone: + 34 93 491 5021
Fax: + 34 93 490 09 86
Website: http://http://www.dfa.ie
Email: cons.irl@webcat.es
Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 10.00 - 13.00
Details: Honorary Consul General: Enrique Cucurella
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Honorary Consul of Ireland in Bilbao, Spain
Calle Ercilla, 21 bis - 2 Izda
48009
City: Bilbao
Phone: +34 94 423 0 414
Fax: +34 944 356 263
Website: http://www.dfa.ie
Email: rcaira@iusfinder.es
Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 10.00 - 14.00
Details: Honorary Consul: Rocco Caira
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain
Honorary Consul General of Las Palmas, Ireland
C/Leon y Castillo 195-1 der
35004
City: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Phone: +34 928 29 77 28
Fax: +34 928 296 412
Email: consuladoirlanda@step.es
Details: Honorary Consul General: Victor Auz Castro
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in Arrecife, Spain
Honorary Consul of Ireland in Arrecife, Spain
C/Gines de Castro Alvarez 12, 3B
35500
City: Arrecife
Phone: +34 928 815 262
Fax: +34 928 802 200
Email: irlanda@consuladolanzarote.com
Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 09.00 - 14.00
Details: Honorary Consul: Eileen Izquierdo Lawlor
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in Malaga, Spain
Honorary Consul of Ireland in Malaga, Spain
Galerias Santa Monica
Avenida Los Boliches 15
29640
.
.
City: Malaga
Phone: +34 952 475 108
Fax: +34 952 466 783
Website: http://.
Email: bufete@josemiguel.e.telefonica.net
Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 09.30 - 13.30
Details: Honorary Consul: Jose Miguel De la Torre y Morin
 
Israel Israeli Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Israel in Madrid, Spain
Velaszquez 150/7
28002 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: 34 91 7829500
Fax: 34 91 7829555
Website: http://www.embajada-israel.es
Email: info@madrid.mfa.gov.il
Office Hours: Monday to Friday: 09:30-13:00
 
Italy Italian Consulate in Madrid, Spain
General Consulate of Italy in Madrid, Spain
Cancelleria Consolare - c/. Agustín de Betancourt, 3 - 28003 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: 912106910
Fax: 915546669
Website: http://www.consmadrid.esteri.it/Consolato_Madrid/
Email: visti.madrid@esteri.it
 
Italy Italian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Italy in Madrid, Spain
Calle Lagasca, 98 - 28006 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: 0034914233300
Fax: 915757776
Website: http://www.ambmadrid.esteri.it
Email: archivio.ambmadrid@esteri.it
 
Jamaica Jamaican Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Jamaican Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Calle Santalo 93, 2/4a
08021
City: Barcelona
Phone: 34-93 414 1172
Fax: 34-93 241 1840
Email: consulado@solojamaica.com
Details: HONORARY CONSUL: MR. TRISTAN GARCIA ALVARADO
 
Jamaica Jamaican Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Jamaican Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Martinez Lage & Asociados
Claudio Coello 37
28001
City: Madrid
Phone: 34-91-435 8483/34 91 426 4470
Fax: 34-91 577 3774
Email: smlage@m-lage.es
Details: HONORARY CONSUL-GENERAL: MR. SANTIAGO MARTINEZ LAGE
 
Japan Japanese Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Japan
Calle Serrano, 109, 28006-Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (34)91-590-7600
Fax: (34)91-590-1321
Website: http://www.es.emb-japan.go.jp/
Office Hours: M-F 9:00 - 12:00 / 14:00 - 16:00
 
Japan Japanese Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate-General of Japan
Av. Diagonal, 640, 2o, D
Edificio Caja Madrid
08017 Barcelona, Spain.
City: Barcelona
Phone: (34)93-280-3433
Fax: (34)93-280-4496, (34)93-204-5439
Website: http://www.barcelona.es.emb-japan.go.jp
Email: consuladobcn@cgjb.net
Office Hours: 9:00-13:00/15:00-16:00
 
Japan Japanese Consulate in Las Palmas, Spain
Consulate-General of Japan
Calle Santiago Rusiñol No.12,
35005-Las Palmas de Gran Canaria,
Spain. (ApartadoPostal No.733)
City: Las Palmas
Phone: (34)928-24-4012, 3466
Fax: (34)928-297290
 
Jordan Jordanian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Jordan in Madrid, Spain
P General Martinez Campos, 41
28010 - Madrid ,Espana
City: Madrid
Phone: 913191100
Fax: 913082536
Website: http://www.embjordaniaes.org
Email: jordania@telefonica.net; jordania@teleline.es
Office Hours: Monday - Friday:  9:00-3:00
 
Kazakhstan Kazakhstani Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Madrid
C/ Sotillo,
10 Parque Conde de Orgaz 28043
City: Madrid
Phone: +3491-721-62-90 or 721-62-94
Fax: +3491-721-93-74
Website: http://www.kazesp.org
Email: embajada@kazesp.org
Details: Ambassador Ergaly B. BOLEGENOV
 
Kenya Kenyan Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the Republic of Kenya in Madrid, Spain
Paseo De La Castellana 143 2 APL
28046 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: +34 91 571 09 25
Fax: +34 91 570 56 11
Website: http://www.kenyaembassyspain.es/contact.htm
Email: info@kenyaembassyspain.es
 
Kuwait Kuwaiti Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Kuwaiti Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Paseo de la Castellana 141
28046 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 915720162/3
Fax: (+34) 915796350
 
Latvia Latvian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Latvian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
c/Alfonso XII 52-1, 28014 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (34) 91 369 13 62
Fax: (34) 91 369 00 20
Email: lespan@telefonica.net
 
Latvia Latvian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Latvia
Avda. Diagonal 490, 2-2
08008 Barcelona
Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: (+34) 934160044
Fax: (+34) 934161497
 
Lebanon Lebanese Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Lebanon in Madrid, Spain
P. de la Castellana, 178, 3. Izda.
28046 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 91 345 13 68 - 70
Fax: (+34) 91 345 56 31
Email: leem-e@teleline.es
Office Hours: 09.00-14.00
 
Liberia Liberian Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Consulate General of Liberia in Madrid, Spain
Liberian Consulate General
Orense, 18, 3.º, 2.
28020 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 91 556 42 88
Details: General Consul: Mr Vicente Munarriz López de Guerño
 
Libya Libyan Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Libya in Madrid, Spain
Pisuerga,
12 Madrid 28071
City: Madrid
Phone: (91) 563 57 53
 
Lithuania Lithuanian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Lithuania in Madrid, Spain
Lithuanian Embassy
C/ Pisuerga nº 5.
28002 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) (91) 702 21 16, +34 91 70 221 18, +34 91 31 020 75
Fax: (+34) (91) 31 040 18, +34 91 56 479 92
Website: http://es.mfa.lt
Email: amb.es@urm.lt,administracija.es@urm.it
Office Hours: 10.00-18.00
 
Luxembourg Luxembourg Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Luxembourg in Madrid, Spain
Calle Claudio
Coello 78 E-28001
City: Madrid
Phone: 435 91 64
Fax: 577 48 26
Email: madrid.amb@mae.etat.lu
 
Luxembourg Luxembourg Consulate in Alicante, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Luxembourg in Alicante, Spain
Juan Bautista Lafora 3-4o
E-03002 Alicante
Spain
City: Alicante
Phone: +34 96 520 53 33; +34 96 520 87 51
Fax: +34 96 521 75 63
Email: ayelaw@initia.es
Office Hours: 10h00-13h00
 
Luxembourg Luxembourg Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Luxembourg in Barcelona, Spain
Tuset 8 - 10, 8e étage
E-08006 Barcelona
City: Barcelona
Phone: +34 93 292 22 68
Fax: +34 93 237 06 31
Email: jdexeus@juandexeus.com
Office Hours: 09h30-14h00; 16h00-19h30
 
Luxembourg Luxembourg Consulate in Malaga, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Luxembourg in Malaga, Spain
Calle Marin Garcia, 10-3° C
E-29005 Malaga
City: Malaga
Phone: +34 952 85 71 97
Fax: +34 952 82 11 21
Email: rwaxweiler@infotu.com
 
Luxembourg Luxembourg Consulate in Seville, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Luxembourg in Seville, Spain
Calle Paraiso, 1 no 64
E-41010 Séville
City: Seville
Phone: +34 95 42 84 821
Fax: +34 95 42 83 097
Email: jbrasseur@telefonica.net
 
Macedonia Macedonian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the Republic of Macedonia in Madrid, Spain
Calle Don Ramon de la Cruz, 107 2B
28006 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: + 34 91 571 72 98
Fax: + 34 91 571 34 81
Email: emb.mkd.madrid@gmail.com
 
Madagascar Malagasy Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Madagascar in Spain
Roger de Llúria, 85 - pral. 2a
08009 Barcelona
City: Barcelona
Phone: 93 272 21 25
Fax: 93 272 19 15
Email: madagascarbcninte.es
 
Malawi Malawian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Malawi
San Jose de Calasanz 16
Villa Caiman, Alella
08328 Barcelona
Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: (+34) 935555034
Fax: (+34) 935555034
Email: jrcarmen@bcn.servicom.es
 
Malaysia Malaysian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Malaysia in Madrid, Spain
Paseo de la Castellana, 91-10
Edificio Centro 23
28046 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (34-91) 555 0684 or 555 0737
Fax: (34-91) 555 5208
Website: http://www.kln.gov.my/perwakilan/madrid
Email: mwmadrid@adv.es,malmadrid@kln.gov.my
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 0900 hours - 1700 hours
 
Malta Maltese Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Malta in Madrid, Spain
Paseo De La Castellana 45-6 DCHA
28046 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: 0034 913 913 061
Fax: 0034 913 913 066
Email: maltaembassy.madrid@gov.mt
 
Malta Maltese Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Malta in Barcelona, Spain
C/Tuset 32
7o 2a
08006 Barcelona
Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: 0034 (93) 415 66 00
Fax: 0034 (93) 415 7474
Email: maltaconsul.barcelona@gov.mt
 
Malta Maltese Consulate in Seville, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Malta in Seville, Spain
C/ Virgen de la Antigua
2 - 2oA
41011 Sevilla
Spain
City: Seville
Phone: 0034 954 270 283
Fax: 0034 954 270 285
Email: maltaconsul.seville@gov.mt
 
Malta Maltese Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Malta in Valencia, Spain
Calle Isabel la Católica 8-4o
Despacho 48
46004 Valencia
Spain
City: Valencia
Phone: 0034 (96) 394 4126
Fax: 0034 (96) 351 3993
Email: maltaconsul.valencia@gov.mt
 
Malta Maltese Consulate in Santander, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Malta in Santander, Spain
C/Prof Jiménez Diaz 12 Entlo. Izda
39007 Santander (Cantabria)
Spain
City: Santander
Phone: 0034 (942) 232 657
Fax: 0034 (942) 032 030
Email: maltaconsul.santander@gov.mt
 
Mexico Mexican Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Mexican Embassy in Spain
Race of San Jero'nimo,
46 28014
City: Madrid
Phone: (3491) 369-2814, (3491) 369-2944, 369-0320, 420-3434
Fax: (3491) 420-2292, (3491) 369-3817
Website: http://www.embamex.es
Email: embamex@embamex.es
 
Moldova Moldovan Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Consulate of Moldova in Madrid, Spain
Moldovan Consulate
C/ San Pedro Nº5
28043 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 91 388 48 33
Fax: (+34) 91 429 33 18
Details: Consul: Mr Carlos Portel Camacho
 
Moldova Moldovan Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate of Moldova in Barcelona, Spain
Moldovan Consulate
C/ Muntaner 465 1º-1ª.- C.P.
08021 Barcelona
Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: (+34) 93 414 77 00
Fax: (+34) 93 202 39 88
Details: Consul: Mr Pedro Luis Poch de Robert
 
Monaco Monegasque Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Monaco in Spain
Calle Villanueva, 12 28001
City: Madrid
Phone: +34.91.578.2048
Fax: +34.91.435.7132
Email: espagne@ambassade-monaco.org
 
Morocco Moroccan Consulate in Almeria, Spain
Consulate General of Morocco in Almeria, Spain
C/ Soldado Espanol 14
04002 Almeria
City: Almeria
Phone: (+34) 950 29 24 25 or (+34) 950 28 02 02
Fax: (+34) 950 29 05 03 or (+34) 950 23 67 53
Email: consalme@consalme.e.telefonica.net, consalme@consalme.es
Details: Consul:Mr Abdelkhalek Atrari
 
Morocco Moroccan Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate General of Morocco in Barcelona, Spain
68-70 Calle Diputacion 08 015
City: Barcelona
Phone: 00 (34) 93 289 25 30
Fax: 00 (34) 93 289 24 72
Details: Phone  local: 93.289.2530 international: +34.93.289.2530 Fax      local: 93.289.2472 international: +34.93.289.2472
 
Morocco Moroccan Consulate in Burgos, Spain
Consulate General of Morocco in Burgos, Spain
C/DOCTOR FLEMING 14 -BAJO 09002 BURGOS
City: Burgos
Phone: 00 (34) 94 727 80 84
Fax: 00 (34) 94 727 93 95
 
Morocco Moroccan Consulate in Gran Canaria, Spain
Consulate General of Morocco in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
Rafael Mesa y López, 43, 1.º H.
35007 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
City: Gran Canaria
Phone: (+34) 928 26 28 59, (+34) 928 26 88 50
Fax: (+34) 928 26 88 50
Details: Consul General:Mr Abderrahman Leibek
 
Morocco Moroccan Consulate in Cadiz, Spain
Consulate General of Morocco in Cadiz, Spain
C/TENIENTE MAROTO,
N2 1er COMMERCIAL-11201 ALGESIRAS -
CADIZ
City: Cadiz
Phone: 00 (34) 956 66 18 03, 00 (34) 956 66 08 96
Fax: 00 (34) 956 66 52 37
Email: cg.algesiras@hotmail.com
 
Morocco Moroccan Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Consulate General of Morocco in Sevilla, Spain
C/ Camino de Los Descubrimientos,
n° 4 Pabellon de la Naturaleza Isla de la Cartuja -c.p.
41092 Sevilla
City: Sevilla
Phone: 00 (34) 954 08 10 44
Fax: 00 (34) 954 08 15 51
Email: consumarsevilla@supercable.es
 
Morocco Moroccan Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Consulate General of Morocco in Valencia, Spain
C/ La Paz nº 38
46003 Valencia
City: Valencia
Phone: (+34) 96 390 1911, (+34) 96 352 3443, 00 (34) 96 352 65 28
Fax: (+34) 96 310 6061
Email: consumarval@terra.es
Details: Consul General:Mr Amar El Mars
 
Morocco Moroccan Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Morocco in Madrid, Spain
C/ Serrano, 179
28002 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 91 563 10 90
Fax: (+34) 91 561 78 87 / 70 87
Website: http://www.embajada-marruecos.es
Email: correo@embajada-marruecos.es
Office Hours: 09.00-15.00
Details: Ambassador:Mr Omar Azziman
 
Mozambique Mozambican Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Mozambique
Rua Damiao de Gois, 347 PO Box 1331 Maputo Mozambique
City: Madrid
Phone: +258-1-492025 +258-1-492027 +258-1-492030 +258-1-492048
Fax: +258-1-492055 +258-1-494769
Email: embespmz@correo.mae.es
 
Nepal Nepalese Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Nepal
Mallorca 194, Pral 2A
08036
City: Barcelona
Phone: (+34) 934511221
Fax: (+34) 934512148
 
Nepal Nepalese Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Nepal
Viriato 41b, dcha
28010
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 914470987
Fax: (+34) 914471023
 
Netherlands Dutch Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Netherlands in Madrid, Spain
Paseo de la Castellana 259D
28046 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: 91 353 75 00
Fax: 91 353 75 65
Website: http://www.embajadapaisesbajos.es/
Email: mad-info@minbuza.nl
Office Hours: 09.30 uur tot 13.00 uur.
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Algeciras, Spain
Consulate of Netherland in Algeciras, Kingdom of Spain
Avenida Virgen del Carmen
3 y 5-2 cial
11201 Algeciras
City: Algeciras
Phone: 00-34-956-588205
Fax: 00-34-956-588206
Email: internacionalmaritima44@hotmail.com
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-14:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Alicante, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Alicante, Spain
Avda. Dr. Ramon y Cajal, 3-3-Izq.
03001 Alicante
Spain
City: Alicante
Phone: 00-34-96-5212175
Fax: 00-34-96-5205557
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-13:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Almeria, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Almeria, Spain
Reyes Catolicos 26-4A
04004 Almeria
Spain
City: Almeria
Phone: 00-34-950-268504
Fax: 00-34-950-268504
Email: dpcon@larural.es
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 10:00-12:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Benidorm, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Benidorm, Spain
Edificio Cervantes
Avenida Europa 11
03500 Benidorm
City: Benidorm
Phone: 00-34-96-5857012
Fax: 00-34-96-5857006
Email: nlgovbdm@servitur.es
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Bilbao, Spain
Alameda de Mazarredo 9-1, 48001 Bilbao
Apartado 38, 48080 Bilbao, Spain
City: Bilbao
Phone: 00-34-94-4354552
Fax: 00-34-94-4354538/ 4354539
Email: a.bereincua@bereincua.com
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 08:30-13:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Cadiz, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Cadiz, Spain
Transbull Cadiz S. A.
Avenida Ramon de Carranza 26-27-1-B
11006 Cadiz
Spain
City: Cadiz
Phone: 00-34-956-280715/ 280866
Fax: 00-34-956-258659
Email: yvonne@transbull.compresarial.com
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-14:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Ceuta, Spain
Consulate of Netherland in Ceuta, Spain
Calle Marina Espanola 11-2E
11701 Ceuta
Postal Address:
Apdo de Correos 352
11700 Ceuta, Spain
City: Ceuta
Phone: 00-34-956-514644/ 511909
Fax: 00-34-956-516204
Email: salama@lmata.com
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:30-13:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Ferrol, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Ferrol, Spain
Carretera Alta Del Puerto
Edf. 'Los Sauces', Bloque 1
15401 Ferrol
Spain
City: Ferrol
Phone: 00-34-981-352102/ 352497
Fax: 00-34-981-357983
Email: nl-consulferrol@navegalia.com
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:30-14:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Gijon, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Gijon, Spain
Cabrales 20, 33201 Gijon, Spain
P.O. Box 141, 33200
City: Gijon
Phone: 00-34-985-341132
Fax: 00-34-985-359849
Email: alvarg@arrakis.es
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:30-13:30
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Ibiza, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Ibiza, Spain
Paseo Vara de Rey, 9-1
07800 Ibiza
Spain
City: Ibiza
Phone: 00-34-971-300450
Fax: 00-34-971-391322
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Las Palmas, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Las Palmas, Canarische Eilanden, Spain
Calle Leon y Castillo, 42-5
35003 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Spain
City: Las Palmas
Phone: 00-34-928-362251
Fax: 00-34-928-361243
Email: consulado.nl@telefonica.net
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-13:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Mahon, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Mahon, Spain
Calle Angel 12-1
07703 Mahon
Menorca
Spain
City: Mahon
Phone: 00-34-971-354363
Fax: 00-34-971-362408
Email: nlgovmhn@bigfoot.es
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Palma de Mallorca, Spain
C/ San Miguel, 36-6 C
07002 Palma de Mallorca
Spain
City: Palma de Mallorca
Phone: 00-34-971-716493/ 728364
Fax: 00-34-971-726642
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-12:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Calle Villalba Hervas 5, 3rd floor
38002 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Spain
City: Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Phone: 00-34-922-271 721
Fax: 00-34-922-240 287
Email: nlgovtfe@terra.es
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:30-12:30
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Santander, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Santander, Spain
Calderon de la Barca
17 portal A, 1-dcha
39004 Santander
Spain
City: Santander
Phone: 00-34-942-220000
Fax: 00-34-942-222941
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-13:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Sevilla, Spain
C/ Placentines 1
41004 Sevilla
Spain
City: Sevilla
Phone: 00-34-95-4228750
Fax: 00-34-95-4564819
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:30-14:30
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Torremolinos, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Torremolinos, Spain
Avda. Carlota Alessandri 33
Edificio San Andres 1 F
29620 Torremolinos (Malaga)
Spain
City: Torremolinos
Phone: 00-34-952-38-0888
Fax: 00--34-952-37-8459
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Consulate of Netherlands in Valencia, Spain
Gran Via Germanias 18-3E
Oficina 18
46006 Valencia
Spain
City: Valencia
Phone: 00-34-96-3414633
Fax: 00-34-96-3807988
Email: nlgovval@ctv.es
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 10:00-13:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate General of Netherlands Barcelona, Spain
Avenida Diagonal 601 - 4 D
(hoek Calle Gandesa) 08028 Barcelona
City: Barcelona
Phone: (+34) 93 363 54 20
Fax: (+34) 93 410 30 09
Website: http://www.cgholbar.org/
Email: bar-info@minbuza.nl
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Permanent Representation Madrid (WTO) World Tourism Organization
Avenida Del Comandante Franco 32
28016 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: 00-34-91-3537500
Fax: 00-34-91-3503918
Email: nlgovmad@ctv.es
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-13:30 and 14:30-17:30
 
New Zealand Kiwi Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
New Zealand Consulate Barcelona, Spain
2nd Floor,
Travesera de Gracia 64,
08006 Barcelona,
Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: +34 93 209 0399
Fax: +34 93 202 0890
Details: Honorary Consul:Antonio Volta
 
New Zealand Kiwi Embassy in Madrid, Spain
New Zealand Embassy in Madrid, Spain
3rd floor,
Plaza de la Lealtad 2,
28014 Madrid,
Spain
City: Madrid
Website: http://www.nzembassy.com/home.cfm?c=27
Email: embnuevazelanda@telefonica.net
Office Hours: Information Office Mon-Fri 1000-1300; Immigration Office Mon-Fri 1000-1300;Embassy and New Zealand Trade and Enterprise September-June Mon-Fri 0900-1400, 1500-1730 hrs; Embassy and New Zealand Trade and Enterprise July-August Mon-Fri 0830-1300, 1330-1630 hrs
Details: Ambassador:Mr Rob Moore-Jones
 
Nicaragua Nicaraguan Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Nicaragua
Paseo de la Castellana 127, 1B
28046
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 915555510, 915555754
Fax: (+34) 915555737
 
Niger Nigerien Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Consulate of Niger in Madrid, Spain
C/ Villanueva 35-37
28001 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 91 426 29 99
Fax: (+34) 91 577 02 09
Details: Consul: Mr José Herrero de Egaña López,
 
Norway Norwegian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Royal Norwegian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Paseo de la Castellana, 31
(Edificio la Piramide, planta 9)
28046
City: Madrid
Phone: 91 310 31 16
Fax: 91 319 09 69
Website: http://www.noruega.es/
Email: emb.madrid@mfa.no
 
Pakistan Pakistani Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Avenida de Pio XII, 11
28016
City: Madrid
Phone: 913459138 & 913504943 (Commercial Section)
Fax: (+34) 913458158, 913504946
Website: http://www.embajada-pakistan.org
Email: comercio@embajada-pakistan.org
Details: cancilleria@embajada-pakistan.org (Consular) 913458986 & 913458995 (Consular Section)
 
Palestine Palestinian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
General Delegation of Palestine in Spain
20 Avda Pio XII, 28016
City: Madrid
Phone: 34-91-3453262
Fax: 34-91-3454287
Website: http://www.embajada-palestina.es
Email: embagoda.palestine@mad.servicom.es
 
Paraguay Paraguayan Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Paraguay in Madrid, Spain
Eduardo Dato, 21
4 Izquierda
28010 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: +(3491) 3082746
Fax: (+34) 91 308 49 05
Email: embapar@arrakis.es
Office Hours: 10:00 - 16:30
 
Peru Peruvian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the Republic of Peru in Spain
C/ Principe de Vergara
Nº 36 5º Derecha 8
Madrid 28001
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: +34-91 431-4242; +34-91 431-4424
Fax: +34-91-577-6861; +34-91-426-0430
Website: http://www.embajadaperu.es
Email: lepru@embajadaperu.es ; embaperu@arrakis.es
 
Peru Peruvian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate of the Republic of Peru in Barcelona, Spain
Avenida de Roma 157, 1ra planta
Barcelona 08011
City: Barcelona
Phone: +34-93-415-4999
Fax: +34-93-237-4634
Email: consuladoperubarcelona@ozu.es
 
Peru Peruvian Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Consulate of the Republic of Peru in Madrid, Spain
Calle Cristobal Bordiu No. 49
Madrid 28003
City: Madrid
Phone: +34-91-562-9012; +34-91-562-9022
Fax: +34-91-562-9111
Website: http://www.consuladoperumadrid.org
Email: Info@consuladoperumadrid.org
 
Peru Peruvian Consulate in Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Consulate of the Republic of Peru in Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Calle Gater No. 3, Bajos
Palma De Mallorca 07002
City: Palma De Mallorca
Phone: +34-971-725-490
Fax: +37-971-534-104
Email: juancahves@mallorca.net
 
Peru Peruvian Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Consulate of the Republic of Peru in Sevilla, Spain
Pabellon de Perú, Av. de Maria Luisa S/N0
Sevilla 41013
Spain
City: Sevilla
Phone: +34-95-423-2819
Fax: +34-95-423-7925
Email: perusevilla@telepolis.com
 
Philippines Filipino Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the Philippines in Madrid, Spain
Calle Eresma 2 (Chancery)
Calle Guadalquivir 6 (Consular Section)
28002 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (3491) 782-3830
Fax: (3491) 411-6606
Website: http://www.madridpe.org
Email: madridpe@terra.es / madridpe@yahoo.com
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
 
Philippines Filipino Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate General of Philippines in Barcelona, Spain
Avinguda Diagonal 497
5 Planta 08029
City: Barcelona
Phone: (+3493) 419-4258
Fax: (+3493) 410-1218
Email: pc.barcelona@dfa.gov.ph, barcelonapcg@gmail.com
 
Philippines Filipino Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Consulate General of Philippines in Bilbao, Spain
Teofilo Guiard, 2, 1.
48011 Bilbao, Vizcaya
City: Bilbao
Phone: (+34) (94) 4423892
 
Philippines Filipino Consulate in Cadiz, Spain
Consulate of Philippines in Cadiz, Spain
Pintor Zuloaga, 22
11010 Cadiz
City: Cadiz
Phone: (+34) 956 27 71 83
 
Philippines Filipino Consulate in Malaga, Spain
Consulate of Philippines in Malaga, Spain
C/ Bolsa no. 1-3
City: Malaga
Phone: (+34) 952 22 27 57
Fax: (+34) 952 22 27 57
 
Philippines Filipino Consulate in Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Consulate of Philippines in Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Avenida Jaime III, 27, Entio 1a
07012 Palma de Mallorca
City: Palma de Mallorca
Phone: (+34) (971) 717388
 
Philippines Filipino Consulate in Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain
Consulate General of Philippines in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Calle Leoncio Rodriguez No. 14, 1B
38003 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
City: Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Phone: (+34) (922) 211565 or (+34) (922) 212549
Fax: (+34) (922) 225854
 
Philippines Filipino Consulate in Santiago De Compostela, Spain
Consulate of Philippines in Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Calle Montero Rios 28, 1 B
15706 Santiago de Compostela
City: Santiago de Compostela
Phone: (+34) (981) 566106
 
Philippines Filipino Consulate in Seville, Spain
Consulate of Philippines in Seville, Spain
Gravina, 9
41001 Sevilla
Spain
City: Seville
Phone: (+34) 95 428 17 71
Fax: (+34) 95 499 02 32
 
Philippines Filipino Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Consulate of Philippines in Valencia, Spain
C/ Dr. Sumsi 28-6-21
46005 Valencia
Spain
City: Valencia
Phone: (+34) 96 373 05 76 or (+34) 676 675 562 (Mobile)
Fax: (+34) 96 369 04 01
 
Philippines Filipino Consulate in Valladolid, Spain
Consulate of Philippines in Valladolid, Spain
C/ Cervantes no.22 D
47005 Valladolid
Spain
City: Valladolid
Phone: (+34) 669 72 10 37
 
Poland Polish Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Poland in Madrid, Spain
Calle Guisando, 23-bis 28035
Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 91 373 66 05 / 06
Fax: (+34) 91 373 66 24
Website: http://www.madryt.polemb.net
Email: madryt.amb.sekretariat@msz.gov.pl
Office Hours: 09.30-16.00
 
Poland Polish Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Barcelona
Avda. Diagonal 593-595
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-
City: Barcelona
Phone: +34 93 3227234
Fax: +34 93 3227234
Website: http://www.barcelonakg.polemb.net
Email: barcelona.kg.sekretariat@msz.gov.pl
 
Portugal Portuguese Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Portugal in Madrid, Spain
Castello No. 128, 5 drcha
28006 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: (00 34) 91 782 49 60
Fax: (00 34) 91 782 49 72
Website: http://www.embajadaportugal-madrid.org
Email: embmadrid@emb-portugal.es
 
Qatar Qatari Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the State of Qatar in Spain
Paseo de la Castellana 15, Plantas 5a y 6a
28046 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: +34-91-3106926
Fax: +34-91-3104851
Email: madrid@mofa.gov.qa
 
Romania Romanian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Romania in Madrid, Spain
Avenida de Alfonso XIII nr.157
Madrid 28016
City: Madrid
Phone: 0034-91-350.44.36
Fax: 0034-91-345.29.17
Website: http://madrid.mae.ro/
Email: secretariat@embajadaderumania.es
 
Russia Russian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the Russian Federation in Madrid, Spain
Madrid, C/Velazquez, 155
28002, Espana
City: Madrid
Phone: +34 91 411-2524, 562-2264, 411-0807
Fax: +34 91 562-9712
Website: http://www.spain.mid.ru
Email: embrues@infonegocio.com
Office Hours: 9.00 - 14.00 // 16.00 - 19.00
 
Russia Russian Embassy in Barcelona, Spain
Russian Embassy in Barcelona, Spain
34, Pearson ave., Barcelona
City: Barcelona
Phone: +34 93 280-02-20, 93-280-54-32, 93 -393 -81-46
Fax: +34 93-280-55-41
Website: http://www.rusbar.com
Email: rusbar@rusbar.com
 
Russia Russian Consulate in Spain
34, Pearson ave., Barcelona
Phone: +34 93 280-0220, 204-0246
Fax: +34 93 280-0220, 204-0246, 280-5541
Website: http://www.consrusbar.com
Email: Consulado-ruso@ben.servicom.es, consulado_ruso@retemail.es, consrusbar@consrusbar.com
 
Russia Russian Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Consular department in Madrid, Spain
c.Joaquín Costa, 33, Madrid, 28002, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: +34 91 411-2957
Fax: +34 91 562-7830
Website: http://www.rusmad.com/
Email: consmd@arrakis.es
 
San Marino Sammarinese Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of San Marino in Madrid, Spain
Calle Padre Jesus Ordonez, 18
28002
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34-91) 5639000
Fax: (+34-91) 5631931
Email: sm_madrid@accessnet.es
 
San Marino Sammarinese Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Consulate of San Marino in Spain
Paseo de la Castellana 13, 3
28046
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 913193562, 913193566
Fax: (+34) 914105509
 
Senegal Senegalese Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Consulate-General of Senegal in Madrid
Calle Principe de Vergara, 90 28006, Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: +34 91 745 1003/563 9810
Fax: +34 91 751 1148
Email: senegal@repsenmadrid.e.telefonica.net
Office Hours: Office Hours        09.00-14.30 and 15.00-17.00
 
Serbia Serbian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Serbia in Spain
Calle de Velasquez 162
28002
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34-91)-5635045 / +34-91-5635046/+34-91-5642250/+34-91-5626040
Fax: +34-91-5630440
Website: http://www.embajada-yugoslavia.es
Email: madrid@embajada-yugoslavia.es
 
Seychelles Seychelles Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Syechelles in Valencia, Spain
Salamanca 7, pta 20
46005 Valencia, Spain
City: Valencia
Phone: (+34-96) 3958505
Fax: [34 96] 395 30 08
Website: http://www.mfa.gov.sc/static.php?content_id=29
Email: casintd@gmail.com
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 0900 - 1800
 
Seychelles Seychelles Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Syechelles in Madrid, Spain
Cl. Monte Esquinza 30
28010
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34-91) 3101907/ (+34) (91) 31 95 189
Fax: (+34-91) 3105098
Email: sezconsul.mad@terra.es, jm.lapenacasamayor@amr-sa.com
Office Hours: Monday to Thursday 0900 to 1600 Friday 0900 to 1430
 
Seychelles Seychelles Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Consulate of Syechelles in Barcelona, Spain
Masa Torre Rodona
C/ Sabino de Arana 27
08028
City: Barcelona
Phone: [34 93] 490 37 37, [34 93] 490 93 94
Fax: [34 93] 490 0643
Website: http://www.mfa.gov.sc/static.php?content_id=29
Email: presidencia@husa.es
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 0900 - 400 1600 - 1900
 
Singapore Singaporean Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate of Singapore in Spain
Buenos Aires, 42, 1-1a 08036
City: Barcelona
Phone: +34-93363-4237
Fax: +34-93363-4238
Email: sgbcnconsulate@gmail.com
 
Singapore Singaporean Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Consulate-General of the Republic of Singapore - Spain (Madrid)
Avda de Bruselas, 28
28108 Alcobendas Madrid, Spain
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-
City: Madrid
Phone: 001-(34) 914 900 750
Fax: 001-(34) 914 900 755
Website: http://-
Email: hcgmadrid@fundacion-metropoli.org
 
Slovakia Slovak Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Slovakia in Madrid, Spain
c/del Pinar 20
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34-91) 5903861 / 5903864, 5903867, 5903867
Fax: (+34-91) 5903861 / 5903968
Website: http://www.mzv.sk/Madrid
Email: emb.madrid@mzv.sk
 
Slovenia Slovenian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Slovenia in Madrid, Spain
Hermanos Bécquer, 7-2 28006
City: Madrid
Phone: +34-91-4116893
Fax: +34-91-5646057
Email: vma@mzz-dkp.gov.si
 
South Africa South African Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
South African Honorary Consulate-General in Bilbao, Spain
Las Mercedes, 31 - 4
48930, Las Arenas, Vizcaya
City: Bilbao
Phone: + 34 94 464 1124
Fax: + 34 94 464 1124
Email: clerchundi@cgac.es
 
South Africa South African Embassy in Madrid, Spain
South African Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Edificio Lista
Calle de Claudio Coello 91-6
Cor of J Ortega Y Gasset
Madrid 28006
City: Madrid
Phone: + 34 91 436 3780
Fax: + 34 91 577 7414
Website: http://www.sudafrica.com
Email: embassy@sudafrica.com, adminmadrid@sudafrica.com
Details: *Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary - H E Ms F S Magubane
 
South Africa South African Consulate in Canary Islands, Spain
South African Honorary Consulate-General in Canary Islands, Spain
c/o Albareda 54, 2
35008 Las Palmas de G.C.
Canary Islands
Spain
City: Canary Islands
Phone: + 34 928 265 452
Fax: + 34 928 224 975
Email: istier@idecnet.com
 
South Korea Korean Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the Republic of Korea
Gonzalez Amigo 15
28033 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 913532000
Fax: (+34) 913532001
 
Spain Spanish Embassy in Belgrade, Spain
Embassy of Spain in Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Prote Mateje 45 11000 Belgrado
Yugoslavia
City: Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 344 0231
 
Sweden Swedish Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Sweden in Madrid, Spain
Caracas 25
280 10 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: +34 91 702 2000
Fax: +34 91 702 2040/91 702 2038
Website: http://www.swedenabroad.com
Email: ambassaden.madrid@foreign.ministry.se
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 10.00-13.00
 
Syria Syrian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of the Syrian Arab Republic in Madrid, Spain
Plaza de Platerias Martinez 1
28014 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 914201602, 914203946, 914201607
Fax: (+34) 914202681
Office Hours: Office Hours        09.00-15.00
 
Taiwan Taiwanese Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Representative Office of Taiwan in Madrid, Spain
Calle Rosario Pino 14-16
Piso 18 Dcha.
28020 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (002-34) 91-5718426
Fax: (002-34) 91-5709285
Email: esp@mofa.gov.tw
 
Thailand Thai Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Thailand in Spain
Royal Thai Embassy
Calle Joaquin Costa, 29
28002 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: (34-91) 563-2903, 563-7959
Fax: (34-91) 564-0033, 562-4182
Email: madthai@temb.e.telefonica.net
Office Hours: Visa and Consular section : 9.00 - 14.00 hours
 
Tunisia Tunisian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Tunisia in Spain
Alfonso XIII, 64 - 68
City: Madrid
Phone: +34-91-4473508
Fax: +34-91-4481306
Website: http://www.destino-tunez.com
Email: ambtnmad@terra.es
 
Turkey Turkish Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Turkey in Madrid, Spain
C/Rafael Calvo
18 2A-B 28010
Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: 91 319 80 64
Office Hours: --
 
Ukraine Ukrainian Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Ukraine in Spain
Ronda de la Abubilla 52
28043
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 917489360, 917489378
Fax: +34-91-7489378
Website: http://www.ukremb.at
Email: ukremb@terra.es / emb_es@mfa.gov.ua
 
Ukraine Ukrainian Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate of Ukraine in Spain
c./ Numancia, 185, Bajos II
08034
City: Barcelona
Phone: +34-93-2804009
Fax: +34-93-2052521
Website: http://www.ukraineinfo.gov.ua/main
Email: consulado@ukrbcn.com / consulado@ukrbcn.com
 
United Arab Emirates Emirati Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of United Arab Emirates in Madrid, Spain
C/Capitan Haya, 40 Madrid 28020
Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: +34-91-5701001
Fax: +34-91-5717148
Email: uaemadrid@infonegocio.com
 
United Kingdom British Embassy in Madrid, Spain
British Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Torre Espacio
Paseo de la Castellana 259D
28046 Madrid
City: Madrid
Phone: 917 146 300
Fax: 917 146 301
Website: http://ukinspain.fco.gov.uk/en/about-us/our-embassy/contact-us/
Email: madridconsulate@fco.gov.uk
Office Hours: Monday- Friday: 09.00 - 13.30
15.00 - 18.00
 
United Kingdom British Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
British Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Alameda de Urquijo 2, 8
48008 Bilbao
Spain
City: Bilbao
Website: http://www.ukinspain.fco.gov.uk
Email: Bilbaoconsulate@ukinspain.com
 
United Kingdom British Consulate in Ibiza, Spain
British Consulate in Ibiza, Spain
Avenida Isidoro Macabich, 45-1
Apartado 307
07800 Ibiza
Spain
City: Ibiza
Website: http://www.ukinspain.fco.gov.uk
Email: BritishConsulate.Ibiza@fco.gov.uk
 
United Kingdom British Consulate in Malaga, Spain
British Consulate in Malaga, Spain
Edificio Eurocom, Bloque Sur
Calle Mauricio Moro Pareto 2-2
29006 Malaga
Spain
City: Malaga
Website: http://www.ukinspain.fco.gov.uk
Email: malaga@fco.gov.uk
 
United Kingdom British Consulate in Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain
British Consulate in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Plaza Weyler 8, 1
Santa Cruz de Tenerife 38003, Spain
City: Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Website: http://www.ukinspain.fco.gov.uk
Email: tenerife.enquiries@fco.gov.uk
 
United Kingdom British Consulate in Vigo, Spain
British Honorary Consulate in Vigo, Spain (Superintending Post - Madrid)
P O Box 49,
36201, Vigo
Spain
City: Vigo
Website: http://www.ukinspain.fco.gov.uk
Email: vigoconsulate@ukinspain.com
 
United Kingdom British Consulate in Madrid, Spain
British Consulate in Madrid, Spain
Paseo de Recoletos, 7/9
28004 Madrid
Spain
City: Madrid
Website: http://www.ukinspain.fco.gov.uk
Email: madridconsulate@fco.gov.uk
 
United Kingdom British Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
British Consulate-General in Barcelona, Spain
Avenida Diagonal, 477, 13
08036 Barcelona
Spain
City: Barcelona
Website: http://www.ukinspain.fco.gov.uk
Email: barcelonaconsulate@fco.gov.uk
 
United Kingdom British Consulate in Las Palmas, Spain
British Consulate in Las Palmas, Spain
Edificio Cataluña
Calle Luis Morote 6-3
35007 - Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
City: Las Palmas
Website: http://www.ukinspain.fco.gov.uk
Email: LAPAL-Consular@fco.gov.uk
 
United Kingdom British Consulate in Palma De Mallorca, Spain
British Consulate in Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Convent dels Caputxins, 4
Edificio Orisba B - 4 D
07002 Palma de Mallorca
Mallorca, Spain
City: Palma de Mallorca
Website: http://www.ukinspain.fco.gov.uk
Email: consulate.palma.mail@fco.gov.uk
 
United States American Embassy in Madrid, Spain
U.S. Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Serrano 75
28006
City: Madrid
Phone: 91-587-2200
Fax: 91-587-2303
Website: http://madrid.usembassy.gov/linken.html
Email: amemb@embusa.es
Office Hours: The Service is available to the public from 8:30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m., Spanish time, Monday-Friday. From callers in Spain, the cost is 1.16 Euros per minute if you call from a landline telephone and 1,51 Euros per minute if you call form a mobile phone, including all taxes and costs. International callers will pay 10 Euros per transaction and they can charge to a Visa Card or MasterCard. In both cases, the first 20 seconds of the call are free.
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Uruguay in Madrid, Spain
Paseo del Pintor Rosales
32 - Piso 1 Derecha
28008
City: Madrid
Phone: (00 34) 91 758 04 75
Fax: (00 34 93) 215 64 66
Email: urumatri@urumatri.com
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Salamanca, Spain
Consulate of Uruguay in Spain
Calle Toro N 25 4 Izq.
City: Salamanca
Phone: (+34-923) 221911
Fax: (+34-923) 265282
Email: conurusalamanca@hotmail.com
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Sevilla, Spain
Consulate of Uruguay in Spain
Calle Imagen N 3 - 3/0 izq.
City: Sevilla
Phone: (+34-95) 4215921
Fax: (+34-95) 4563635
Email: conurusevilla@terra.es
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Valencia, Spain
Consulate of Uruguay in Spain
Gran Via Marques del Turia N 65 8
City: Valencia
Phone: (+34-96) 3524044
Fax: (+34-96) 3527110
Email: uruvlc@ctv.es
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Bilbao, Spain
Consulate of Uruguay in Spain
Ibanez de Bilbao, 3-1
City: Bilbao
Phone: (+34-94) 4356420
Fax: (+34-94) 4356440
Email: conurubilbao@hotmail.com
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Vigo, Spain
Consulate of Uruguay in Spain
Marques de Valladares 35 - Piso 1
City: Vigo
Phone: (+34-986) 432489
Fax: (+34-986) 228399
Email: conuryvigo@hotmail.com
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Pamplona, Spain
Consulate of Uruguay in Spain
Monasterio de Urdax N 15
City: Pamplona
Phone: (+34-948) 252709
Fax: (+34-948) 221141
Email: conurupamplona@iespana.es
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate of Uruguay in Spain
Paseo de Gracia N 58,Piso 1, primera
City: Barcelona
Phone: (+34-93) 2156661
Fax: (+34-93) 2156466
Email: couruguay@uruguay.e.telef?nica.net
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Santiago De Compostela, Spain
Consulate of Uruguay in Spain
Rua del Horreo 26, 4 A
City: Santiago de Compostela
Phone: (+34-981) 937401
Fax: (+34-981) 937405
Email: conurugal@yahoo.es
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain
Consulate of Uruguay in Spain
Santiago Cuadrado 25 4
City: Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Phone: (+34-922) 246025
Email: conurutenerife@hotmail.com
 
Uzbekistan Uzbekistani Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate of Uzbekistan in Spain
Avda. Sarriá 130
City: Barcelona
Phone: +34-93-252 37 01
Fax: +34-93-252 37 10
 
Venezuela Venezuelan Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Venezuela in Madrid, Spain
Edif. Eurocentro, pl. 13
C/ Capitán Haya, 1
28020 Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: (+34) 91 598 1200
Fax: (+34) 91 597 1583
Email: embajada@venezuela.es
 
Venezuela Venezuelan Consulate in Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain
Consulate General of Venzuela in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Calle El Pilar, 27, Primer Piso
38002 Islas Canarias
Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
City: Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Phone: (34) 922-29 04 35 or (34) 922-29 03 81
Fax: (34) 922-29 07 57
Website: http://www.consulvene-canarias.org
Email: consulado@consulvene-canarias.org
 
Venezuela Venezuelan Consulate in Barcelona, Spain
Consulate General of Venezuela in Barcelona, Spain
C/ Provenza 278, 30 2A 08008
Barcelona, Spain
City: Barcelona
Phone: (34) 93 488 20 12
Fax: (34) 93 215 71 44
Website: http://www.consulvenbarcelona.com
Email: contacto@consulvenbarcelona.com
Office Hours: Monday to Thursday 9:00 - 13:00 Friday 9:00 - 11:30
 
Vietnam Vietnamese Embassy in Madrid, Spain
Embassy of Vietnam in Spain
C/ Arturo Soria 201 1-AyB 28043
Madrid, Spain
City: Madrid
Phone: +34-91-510 2867
Fax: +34-91-415 7067
Email: claudiomes@yahoo.com

Phone Lines

Around 19 Million main lines are in use in Spain as well as around 50 Million mobile phones. Typically these systems rely on modern facilities such as coaxial submarine cables (22) and several satellite earth stations (3 - Atlantic Ocean Intelsat, Indian Ocean Intelsat and North American Eutelsat).

Internet

The country has over fifty Internet Service Providers, over 34 Million Internet Users and Over 3.3 Billion Internet Hosts. Additionally it uses the top-level domain, or country code, .es.

Communications

The country contains around 17 Million Television sets as well as around 230 Television Broadcast Stations. Additionally, around 14 Million Radio sets are in use with Radio Broadcast Stations on AM 208, FM 715 and Shortwave 1. 

Weather & Climate

Split into three main sections, the Climate of Spain is varied greatly and features Oceanic, Semiarid and Mediterranean climates. These occur typically in North East, Central and South West Spain respectively.

The Oceanic climate of North East Spain sees cities like Bilbao with temperatures ranging from as low as 5 degrees Centigrade (41 degrees Fahrenheit) between the months of December and February, to as high as 26 degrees Centigrade (78.8 degrees Fahrenheit) between the months of July and September. Additionally, rain is evenly spread throughout the year with the highest rainfall reaching up to 141mm between November and January, and as low as 62mm between June and August.

Central Spain tends to have the most varied conditions with a Semiarid Climate, and cities including Murcia may see temperatures as high as 34 degrees Centigrade (93.2 degrees Fahrenheit) between the months of June and September, to as low as 4 degrees Centigrade (39.2 degrees Fahrenheit) between the months of December and February. Rainfall is incredibly sparse in the region with little variation during the year, the highest rainfall is between the months of September and November at up to 44mm, but this may also be as low as 5mm between the months of June and August.

South West Spain sees the Mediterranean climate type and cities such as Malaga see temperatures between the months of July and September as high as 30 degrees Centigrade (86 degrees Fahrenheit) to as low as 7 degrees Centigrade (44.6 degrees Fahrenheit) between the months of December and February. Rainfall is also reflective of the heat with rain being as low as 2mm between June and August and the height of the wet season being between November and January at up to 95mm.


Holidays

Built with a unique contemporary style featuring smooth white circular and curved contours, the Hotel Rocador is built right by the golden sands and sapphire waters of the Spanish coast and features a range of pools, palm tree installations and other greenery to give off a sense of a tropical paradise.

The Revoli Playa Apartments are furnished with a clean white style complimented by a range of cool or warm furnishings, downstairs the hotel allows its residents access to several varied pools, bars and restaurants, guaranteed to make your stay in Spain a true luxury experience of the very highest quality.

Only a minute away from Sa Coma beach, the Hipotel Aparthotel in Coma Gran is situated ideally near the beaches of the local area and incorporates a large spacious array of rooms, pools and interior restaurants and bars to make each and every one of its guests feel extremely privileged.

Designed for a quieter and more relaxed family experience, the rooms of the Hotel Golden Avenida Suites in Salou feature a spacious area and a beautifully bright furnishing arrangement as well as many restaurants, play areas, pools and quick access to the PortAventura theme park.

The Fiesta Hotel Castell Playa has been placed perfectly on the top of a hill overlooking the Arenal d’en Castell and it features a beautiful view of the Mediterranean Sea and the resort’s nearby golden bay. The hotel itself incorporates a large L-shaped pool and quick access to the town’s beach, bars and restaurants.


In Spain’s region of Tenerife in Puerto de Santiago, Tamaimo Tropical is situated pictorially on the edge of the city on a hillside overlooking the nearby beaches. The apartment come in a range of types but most feature a kitchenette, satellite TV, a loung, a safety deposit box and a beautifully furnished array.

The Oasis Duna Aparthotel & Baku Waterpark in Corralejo, Fuerteventura, entails three differing swimming pools and allows all guests free entry to the Baku Waterpark during summer, the hotel room apartments also feature a kitchenette, a fan, a TV, an on-suite bathroom and a balcony or terrace.

Incorporating a beautiful hillside setting allowing for absolutely gorgeous open sea views, the Colina Mar Apartments in Puerto Rico, Gran Canaria, has recently undergone a large-scale refurbishment, turning it into one of the most fabulously furnished hotels in the entire region.

In the warm region of Benidorm, Costa Blanca, the Ambassador Playa Hotel is located right in the central district of the city and is located ideally right next to some of the biggest shopping centres and entertainment venues in the region. Additionally, the nearest beach is less than 200 metres away, allowing for quick access to the surf, sand and seaside sky.

The Sunset Beach Club in Benalmadena, Costa del Sol, has been designed to cater for individuals and families alike and has a range of supporting professional staff on-hand to help you enjoy your experience at the hotel. Each apartment has been furnished with brilliantly modern yet elegant pieces to give an aspect of luxury culture to the room. 

Expatriate Children moving to Spain are subject to the same passport and visa regulations that their adult counterparts would be subject to.
Additionally, any children travelling to Spain with individuals who are not their parents or legal guardians are advised to obtain:

  • A letter from their parents with their contact details, who is going, how they are connected and the holiday’s details.
  • Copies of both parent’s passports with full length birth certificates.
  • Medical notes for the child.
  • Copies of any other relevant papers concerning the custody or medical details for the child.
To bring your pet to Spain you must first obtain a European Pet Passport, to do this you must request it from a vet who will confirm that the pet:
  • Is identifiable via a microchip in the neck.
  • Has been vaccinated against rabies.
  • Has had a blood test confirming the rabies vaccine is in the system.
  • Following this, the vet can issue the passport, also known as a Certificate of Health.
Non-commercial importers may bring up to five pets into Spain and must have a valid European Pet Passport for each individual pet. Animals must also be over three months old and it’s important to note that rabbits and rodents may travel without a passport but they must be declared at the border. 

Educacion Infantil, or Preschool Education is typically supported between 3 and 6 years of age but is not compulsory. However, those who choose to begin their education like this may enter during the autumn of the year that they turn 3 years old.

When the child turns 6 years old, they enter Educacion Primaria, or Primary School. In Spain, primary education is compulsory. At the age of 12 years old, the child enters Educacion Secundaria Obligatoria, or Compulsory Secondary Education, which lasts until the child is 16 and is also compulsory. Both stages incorporate a range of free state schools and costing private schools, allowing for parents to choose based on their preference and income. It should be mentioned that most state schools do not have a uniform, but many private schools do. There are also many private schools run by the state which follow the same rules as standard private schools.

Post-16 education is called Bachillerato, or Post-Compulsory Schooling, but may instead be Vocational Studies (Formacion Profesional). These stages mainly include exams and coursework equal to A Levels in the UK or the International Baccalaureate and incorporate subjects such as Spanish Language & Literature, Co-Official Language, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Physical Education, Spanish History, Science, Information Technology, Religious Studies, Creative Arts, Performing Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities. These are then broken down further into branches allowing a student to specialise in one or several subjects of their choosing.

Once the student turns 18 and graduates Bachillerato or Formacion Profesional, they may attend University, with most courses being 4 years and the exception, Medicine, being 6 years. Graduates may obtain a Bachelor’s Degree and move on to take a Master’s and then a Doctoral Degree. Universities are funded through university fees and typically universities fix the academic fees for a course, rather than increasing them each year like many other countries. 

Applicants for positions in Spain will require a Bachelor’s Degree either in Education (with the level being relevant to the position) or in a subject relevant to the position as well as a PGCE or a CAPES whilst holding Qualified Teacher Status. Applicants will also need two years of full time teaching experience, be a native speaker of English and must have experience of the UK curriculum. Finally, an EU Passport is a must.

Holders of CELTA, TEFL, CEFL and other similar qualifications should note that despite these working in their favour, these do not count as teaching qualifications.

Always ensure to check our guide to Visa and Work Permit Restrictions

Food in the country is similar to the costs seen in other developed nations with a meal at a restaurant costing between EUR 10 and EUR 40 ($14 to $55.00 or £8 to £33), a litre of water costing around EUR 3.50 ($4.80 or £2.90) a litre of milk costing EUR 0.79 ($1.10 or £0.65), 500g of bread costing EUR 0.93 ($1.28 to £0.77) and 12 eggs costing around EUR 1.01 ($1.40 or £0.83).

Luxuries cost similar amounts as well with a litre of beer costing EUR 1.60 ($2.20 or £1.30), a pack of cigarettes costing around EUR 4.50 ($6.20 or £3.70) and a bottle of mid-range wine going for around EUR 4.00 ($5.50 or £3.30).

A one bedroom apartment in the city centre will set you back around EUR 540 ($740 or £440) whilst outside the city centre you’ll be looking at EUR 420 ($570 or £340). Meanwhile a three bedroom apartment in the city centre will cost you around EUR 860 ($1,180 or £710) and outside the city centre you’ll probably be paying EUR 650 ($900 or £540). 

For the computer enthusiast, the Albox Computer Club meets regularly to discuss all forms of computing including techniques, systems, and all other aspects necessary in computing, the club is highly reputed for their social outreach and chilled out sessions in the local bar.

A dramatist? A theatrical enthusiast? A Shakespearean? Perhaps you’ll like the Luvvies Theatre Group. Speaking English and being a non-profit theatre group, the club offers positions to those both hoping to work magic on stage and behind the scenes.

Setting their home in one of the finest golf courses in the world and the number 1 ranked course in Europe, the Club de Golf Valderrama has full access to an exclusive members-only golf course and caters to the golf enthusiast in you.

The Royal Federacion Espanol Futbol helps to moderate Football in the country of Spain and is responsible for organizing a range of events, tournaments, practice sessions and other competitive play whilst ensuring all goings-on are upheld to the highest sportsmanlike calibre.

Dive in with the Adventure Divers La Manga Club Resort in Spain! The resort features classes for divers of all levels and allows participants to experience the exquisite ocean wildlife in the Spanish coastline.

Featuring all types of sailing professions and skills, the Club Nautico de Altea in, as you’d assume, Altea, regularly sails around parts of the Spanish mainland and operates a variety of yachts, boats and other seabound vessels.

Founded in 1985 by Anita Sheer, the Flamenco Society of San Jose sees skilled Flamenco dance practitioners and instrumentalists perform on a regular basis but the club also accepts new players to the scene who wish to learn and perform the art form as well.

Based in Costa del Sol, the Estepona Floral Art Club are experts in flower arranging and hold regular classes and practice sessions with those willing to learn, they are known to show a relaxed yet professional atmosphere with all of their works and club members.

Is a good walk more to your tastes? The Mojacar Walking Group organizes frequent walks in the Mojacar area, promoting a good atmosphere of friendliness and fitness without any extreme workout sessions. 

Spain is statistically one of the European countries with the lowest Crime Rate with around 45 crimes per 1,000 people. However, drug-trafficking is at large with around half of all cocaine found by European law enforcement agencies being found by Spanish police forces, as well as having the highest number of cocaine users in Europe.

Street crime against tourists is very low, this includes pick-pocking, mugging, assault and sexual assault. These crimes, when very occasionally committed, are almost always in major tourist areas.

Emergency Numbers

General Emergency (Police, Ambulance, Fire) – 112
Reporting to the Police – 902 102 112
Road Accident and Congestion Information – 900 123 505