This tool will help you generate several random and real addresses of cities in Spain
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Although the addresses are randomly generated, they all exist. Each of them were verified by people native to Spain..
The most searched addresses in Spain are those of the following cities:
"s/n" means: no number; that is, the street has no numbering. Example: Calle Romero, s/n, Obón, Teruel.
"C." means: Calle (street). Example: Calle el Clavo, 29, nave 4, Sant Vicent del Raspeig, Alicante.
"Av." means: Avenida (avenue). Example: Av. de la Opera, 100, 101, Torrevieja, Alicante.
"tr.ª" means: Travesia (crossing). Example: Tr.ª Iría, 132, Padrón, A Coruña.
"Ctra" means: Carretera (highway/road). Example: Ctra. Sevilla Coria, 97, Gelves, Seville.
Spain has 17 autonomous communities and 2 autonomous cities; and between them there are a total of 52 provinces. For example, Catalonia is considered an autonomous community; its capital is Barcelona, and it has 4 provinces: Barcelona, Tarragona, Lleida and Girona.