The Cartagna resort, Spain’s first ski resort built in 1936, has a spectacular ski run and a popular cafe.
The resort, known as the “Snowflake” for its snow, has become popular for its winter runs.
The first winter run, which took place in 2010, saw 3,000 skiers jump off the mountain, while the second run in 2016 had 2,200 skiers jumping off the hill.
The popular cafe, which has long been popular among locals, has also gained popularity as visitors flock to the resort.
The Spanish government has opened up access to the area, and has created a tourism bureau to manage the resort and develop its services.
The country has been growing rapidly, with tourism expected to grow by an additional 1.6 billion euros this year.