Spain’s extraordinary landscapes, omnipresent historical heritage and geographic sweep –  from lush forests and snow-capped Pyrenees mountains in the north to Almería’s scrub desert and Canary Island volcanoes and black sands – have inspired artists, tourists and now ever more international productions looks for a new place to shoot. 

As the search for uniqueness in a more standardized broadcast-like streaming landscape becomes crucial, real life locations are likely to become more, not less, important. 

Introduced in 2023, incentives offered by Spain rate among the most muscular in the world, now capped at €10 million ($10.9 million) per TV episode, €18 million ($20 million) in the Canaries and at up-to-70% deductions in Bizkaia.

Spain’s lengthy history as a major and often fissiparous European power is seen in its landscapes. Look upwards to a crag in much of northern Spain, and there’s a semi-ruined castle topping it. Smaller than the state of Texas, mainland Spain has a compactness to its locations and superb modern communications.   

Little wonder that Spain has begun to host its own annual locations showcase, Shooting Locations Marketplace. The third edition is slated for Oct. 17-18 at the Feria de Valladolid. 

Below, Variety breaks down over 40 top locations across Spain, and just a few, often recent, major shoots in their region, city or area:    

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