|Spain welcomed a record 75.3 million international visitors last year - and this week said it expects that number to grow further in 2017. But that doesn't mean you can't still find pockets of seaside tranquility and cities untouched by mass tourism|
|There are still plenty of Spaniards who would pay good money to spit on the grave of General Francisco Franco, more than 40 years after his death. There are others who would happily part with the €9 admission fee to come and lay flowers on the plain|
|To understand why Spain bucks the trend you might want to visit Villacañas, south of Madrid. This flat, dusty ... Jesus Higueras, a 52-year-old handyman living on unemployment benefits, gets by on about $450 a month and free food from the town's food bank.|
|Spain has appointed a 'sex tsar' to encourage the declining population to ramp up procreation in a bid to reverse a dip in the birth rate. The country reported a higher number of deaths than births for the first time last year, prompting the government|
|An insider's guide into the top places and cities to visit in Spain – and where to stay while you're there – including the best for couples and families, in locations including Madrid, Barcelona, the Costa Brava, Seville, San Sebastian, Andalusia|
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