A far cry from merely being a place you fly into and rapidly depart for other destinations, the coastal city of Malaga is a thriving, interesting and picturesque holiday destination.
Traditional yet modern would be an apt overall description of Ca’n Trillo. Located not far from the traditional town of Pollenca on the eastern end of Serra de Tramuntana, this beautiful villa sleeps up to six guests in comfort and luxury. The exterior and interior building design has been used to make houses like this
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
The Andalucian city of Malaga is the sixth largest city in Spain. Due to its proximity to the southernmost tip of Europe, this cosmopolitan town is blessed with some of the mildest winters in the whole of Europe. Mild winters is however not the only reason to visit Malaga in winter. The capital of the Costa
We have all heard of Gary Lineker. We see him every week on Match Of The Day and he is nearly always tweeting about something or other on the BBC. His brother Wayne, is perhaps more infamous rather than famous, but only in various spots in Europe and certainly not that well known in England.
Similar to Greek tavernas, Spanish chiringuitos are a unique feature of Spain’s Mediterranean coast, offering welcome shade, refreshingly cold drinks and maybe even a tapas or two. With the summer now firmly arrived in southern Spain, these beach bars – chiringuitos as they are known locally – are open up and down the Andalucian coast.
Is Velez-Malaga about to become the next Marbella with a 750 million euro new luxury complex in Costa Del Sol? For the many thousands of tourists who flock to the Costa del Sol each year, they are after soaking up some rays of sunshine and experiencing a touch of pampering and luxury. With resorts such
Malaga, a modern and cosmopolitan city on Spain’s Costa del Sol, a centre for international trade and commerce, lined with designer outlets and thriving with tourists and life. But despite being home to such comprehensive commercial activity, which ensures Malaga is one of Spain’s more ‘up-to-date’ and ‘in-touch’ cities, Malaga nostalgically clings on to its
Andalucia has played an essential role in the most spectacular chapters of Spanish history. It is a region characterised by extreme variables in landscape and climate. But what really makes Andalucia stand out from other Spanish regions, is the tasty snacks they compassionately provide for free in many of the bars when you order a
Andalucia is notorious for its bizarre and wacky festivals and none more so than the Feria de Cascamorras held in the historical market towns of Baza and Guadix, in the province of Granada. The event takes place on the 6th September each year. One extraordinary image that stands out when you visit the town of Baza