Spanish soups have different regional variations, and depending on the part of the country where you search for a soup, you can find meat rich soups to be the predominant meal, or you can find vegetable soups served as the first dish in a whole meal.
The gazpacho, a very tasty dish, is basically a cold soup based on tomatoes, and is served especially during summer time. Fanesca is a kind of soup served in Spain even though it originates in Ecuador. It is made of cod fillet and chicken, and is more of a cream-soup rather than a see-through soup, and can sometimes be garnished with different side-dishes.
Pozole is another type of soup, made from dried lime-treated maize kernels, called cacahuazintle, made with different kind of meats, chili, and other seasonings and condiments.