Spain is the country with the most vineyards, is the third largest producer and the leading exporter of wines by volume… And despite the worldwide fame of sherry, cava or rioja, a large part of its oenological richness, with 90 designations of origin, remains almost unknown.
Spain is the world’s number two fruit exporter –especially citrus, strawberries and stone fruit– and the fourth largest vegetable exporter, mainly tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers. It is also notable for its chestnut production and delicacies such as the black truffle.
Today, well into the 21st century, the Camino de Santiago, a World Heritage Site, is a cultural, touristic and spiritual phenomenon that is more global now than it was in the Middle Ages, when it was consolidated as one of Christianity’s great pilgrimage routes along with the routes of Rome and Jerusalem.
Quality, safety and design are flagships of the Spanish toy sector, which exports its products to over half of the world: providing the children of Russia, the United States, Mexico and Qatar with dolls, cars and tricycles made in Spain, the world’s fourth largest producer.