Cultural incentive travel Spain

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Cultural incentives in Spain

Cultural incentive trips are a motivation tool used by all sort of firms to acknowledge and reward their workers. They also help to create a sense of belonging to the corporation and are fabulous to create lasting bonds between the staff members, managers, and company owners.

In DMC Spain, we are specialists in designing cultural incentives in the South of Spain. Our customised programmes, tailor-made for each one of our clients, will allow you to enjoy the best Spain has to offer. Nowadays, business travellers want to connect with the locations they visit in a more meaningful manner – this is why cultural incentives are increasing in popularity.

The South of Spain is a rich area, that offers a wide array of cultural activities to choose from, regardless of what your preferences are. Experience an extraordinary cultural incentive travel in Spain.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Spain

Southern Spain is home to many UNESCO World Heritage Sites suitable for all preferences:

  • Almeria: Rock Art of the Mediterranean Basin on the Iberian Peninsula
  • Cordoba: Historic Centre of Cordoba
  • Cordoba: Caliphate City of Medina Azahara
  • Granada: Alhambra, Generalife and Albayzín
  • Huelva: Doñana National Park
  • Jaen: Renaissance Monumental Ensembles of Úbeda and Baeza
  • Jaen: Rock Art of the Mediterranean Basin on the Iberian Peninsula
  • Malaga: Antequera Dolmens Site
  • Seville: Cathedral, Alcázar and Archivo de Indias in Seville

But is not just the quantity of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Spain, but it is also the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in Southern Spain:

  • Flamenco
  • Fiesta of the patios in Cordoba
  • Mediterranean diet

Spain is the ideal place for cultural group incentives!

Culture of Southern Spain

On top of the above-stated UNESCO World Heritage Sites and the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, the region has a cultural character of its own, which is the ideal setup for a Spanish cultural incentive travel.

One of its most known highlights is its notable architecture, which can be appreciated all over its cities, but in particular, in Seville, Granada, Cordoba, Malaga and Cadiz.

Seville is, undeniably, one of the most picturesque cities in Spain where its Plaza de España, the Cathedral and The Giralda, along with the Archivo de Indias and the Royal Alcazars are really masterpieces.

Malaga, the new cultural and technological hub of the South of Europe is a Mediterranean city with its own style of life and plenty of museums to discover. It also hosts some excellent historical remains including the Alcazaba and the Roman Theater.

Granada, with its wonderful Alhambra and its traditional Albayzin and Sacromonte neighbourhoods, is well-known destination in Spain -the Alhambra is the most visited monument in Spain.

Cordoba, the only city in the world with 4 UNESCO distinctions (the Mosque-Cathedral, the historic centre, Medina Azahara and the Patios festival), is home to the second-largest Old Town in Europe.

Last but not least, Cadiz -whose nickname is the Little Silver Cup, hosts a fascinating urban development. The promenade in Cadiz is usually compared to Havana’s Malecon.

Life in the South of Spain is vibrant and colourful, where locals and visitors enjoy these cities and their outdoors on any occasion. Bear in mind that there are more than 3,000 hours of sunlight and warm temperatures all year round in most areas of the region!

Contact us for more data about Southern Spain cultural group incentives or any other sort of incentive programme in Spain.

 

Alcazaba and Roman Theatre of Malaga

Museums in Spain

Southern Spain hosts hundreds of museums to fulfil all your preferences.

Malaga is the place where museums shine even brighter, where you can discover more than 35 museums, including the Pompidou Museum, the Thyssen Museum, the Picasso Museum, and the Russian Museum of St. Petersburg in Malaga.

Malaga is most remarkable example, but there are many others. There are other interesting collections such as the Flamenco Museum in Seville, the Bonsai Museum in Marbella or the Lithography Museum in Cadiz.

But it just not only about museums; there are many other cultural experiences to enjoy, including traditional arts such as the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art (Jerez de la Frontera) and also STEM options such as the Parque de las Ciencias (Science Park) in Granada.

The South of Spain is home to a huge amount of historical remains scattered along the region, dating from almost all the times starting from the Prehistory. There are remains from many civilisations such as the Phoenicians, the Romans, the Arabs and many others.

Gastronomy in Spain

Gastronomy in Spain is a melting pot of flavours and ingredients, all of them derived from the Mediterranean Cuisine.

Malaga is known for its fish, but it is becoming an important tropical fruits producer in the last few years, especially mangoes and avocados.

Cadiz is a world-class destination for fish and seafood. Tuna is the masterpiece and many of its best captures are sent to the finest restaurants in Japan.

Seville presents a mix of inland food with fish, being one of the main spots in Spain when we talk about tapas.

Tapas are also broadly served in Granada. The food here presents an Arabic inspiration due to the many years that Granada was under Muslim rule.

Cordoba presents high-quality food with many Jewish hints, as a large Jewish community lived in the city for many centuries. Cordoba also is home to one of the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) for Jamon; Los Pedroches PDO. Andalusia hosts a second PDO for Jamon in Huelva, called Jabugo.

The Southe of Spain presents many wines, including Pedro Ximenez (mainly in Cordoba), Sherry (Jerez de la Frontera) and Manzanilla (Sanlucar de Barrameda), but also Montilla-Moriles and sweet Malaga Wine. Spain is also the most important olive oil producer in the world.

Contact us - DMC Spain

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At DMC Spain, we let our imagination fly to plan and manage the most exciting incentives & events.
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