The province of Cadiz in Southern Spain is brimming with traditional and characterful towns. From charming coastal towns dotted along the shore to picturesque villages perched upon hillsides that boast incredible views of the stunning Andalucía countryside, Cadiz has something to offer for everyone.
With elegant fishing vessels, sophisticated boutiques and great bay side restaurants renowned for serving only the highest quality of fresh cuisine, the upmarket fishing village of Callela de Palafrugell is a popular spot for both Spanish and international holidaymakers.
We have to admit that in the UK, 6 January is widely considered one of the most depressing days of the year. Christmas and the New Year celebrations have been and gone and all that is left is a rather unhealthy bank account and a post-festive season headache. As Britain battles with the reality of
The Southern Spanish city of Jerez de la Frontera is a real privilege to visit. As well as its famous Flamenco dancing and internationally-admired white Andalucian horses gracing the surrounding countryside, this traditional yet elegant town also has more than its fair share of magnificent buildings. Though we have to admit Jerez’s most famous association
If Spain is world-renowned for its penchant to party until dawn in its monthly, if not weekly, fiestas, then Andalucía has to be king in hosting unforgettable celebrations. And none more so than in the magical town of Arcos de la Frontera. In late September this traditional hilltop town in the province of Cadiz comes
Arcos de la Frontera – 750th anniversary: This magical hill top town celebrates its 750th anniversary this year, marking independence from the Moors and becoming part of the Kingdom of Castille. Throughout 2014, a special committee will be organising various events to involve as many of the local people and tourists alike. These events include open
Vejer Fashion Weekend returns as one of the most anticipated events in Vejer’s summer calendar. Last year it attracted over 6,000 visitors to the town, this year we hope it will bring even more. From the 4th – 6th July the event will unite young and creative artists related to the world of fashion, contemporary art
International Sherry Week (ISW) invites all Sherry lovers to join in a global celebration of Spain’s unique Sherry wines. Developed and managed by an independent group of Certified Sherry Educators positioned globally, the 2014 campaign has been designed in consultation with the regulatory council of Sherry Wines to support the promotion of Sherry worldwide. International Sherry Week
As always, there’s plenty going on in Barcelona this summer. The festivals are plentiful and diverse in this vibrant Spanish city. If you are staying in reasonable proximity to the Catalan capital then designating a day or two to become acquainted with the magnificent architecture, fabulous restaurants and quirky festivals will undoubtedly be a holiday
There is something special about Easter Week (Semana Santa) in Barcelona. The city is alive with vibrant colour as the sunlight returns to the streets, bathing it in warmth. Blossom hangs from the trees as locals and visitors alike celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Easter is a truly marvellous time to