It is full of doggy schools and as a country it is notorious on the intetnational circuit as a joke. A desination that you either start your career as you dont know any better, or finish your career as you dont care anymore. It is also the worse paying country in the world. This is no joke, i dont know anywhere that when you add it all up you come out with so little. Genuinely there are about 3 schools in the whole country that are half decent. There are some true horror stories about teaching in Spain, my own experience nearly made me quit teaching. I have had friends, family and loads and loads of colleagues teach there, and once they left and moved to decent schools they have all said, " never again". They will always get suckers to go and teach there because "its lovely to live", and it is. But so are soooooooooooooo many other countries. Put it this way, when i left my god awful school in Spain, i moved to Eastern Europe. My pay doubled, and my workload halved. Add to that that i had all the usual benefits thrown in like accommodation, flights, medical insurance, and a lot more. I have not personally met ONE person that has had a positive experience in Spain....not ONE. best of luck....working abroad is amazing and given me life as a teacher that i could NEVER have in the UK.