London,
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Experience Spanish luxury like no other with Greatness

Greatness is a very special network of historic Spanish properties that offers travellers the chance to visit and rest their heads in the most unique places, from grand palaces to hidden castles, while discovering the lesser known corners of Spain.

Greatness was founded by Isabel Benjumea and Gonzalo Guinea and is aimed at luxury travellers wanting to experience the epitome of Spanish heritage. The company specialises in sourcing unique, historic properties for a truly once in a lifetime experience. Exclusive properties that are available to visit include the Pazo de Oca, the 16th century Palace of "La Granjilla de la Fresnada" where Philip II resided, and the Los Hornillos Palace, where Nicole Kidman was filmed in the making of "The Others".

The properties are available to hire for an exclusive event or the most unforgettable overnight stays, and can be explored by guests with expert tour guides. This exciting concept offers tourists and locals alike an insight into the beauty and history that has allowed Spain to be recognised as the second country with the highest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

There are 30 properties included in the network so far, including private houses, palaces and castles. Entry prices for the properties range from 3,000€ to 5,000€, with owners of the properties reinvesting 30% to 50% of the profits back into heritage preservation in Spain.

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For more information: www.greatness.es