Hugging the west coast of the Atlantic Ocean, Galicia stands apart from the rest of Spain in terms of geography and culture. Asides its unique landscape and customs, this distinct corner of Spain boasts equally induvial cuisine.
From visiting unique museums to spending lazy days on an urban beach, the vibrant city of Valencia is bursting with fun, creative and memorable things to do for all the family. If you are heading to Valencia sometime soon for a well-deserved family break, take a look at the following five fabulous things to do
The Costa Blanca – ‘White Coast’ – comprises of a 200km- a stretch of beautifully diverse coastline in the Alicante province of Spain.
Unlike its better-known neighbour the Costa del Sol, the Costa de la Luz has always been a more guarded secret among locals and visitors looking for a relaxing experience on a beautiful beach.
Flamenco dancing, bullfighting, sunshine and tapas, Andalusia is famous for many things that have attracted visitors to this unique part of southern Spain for centuries.
If you’re looking for a fun escape with the kids this half-term, the thriving and exciting city of Barcelona is a fantastic family holiday destination.
Mallorca is blessed with year-round sunshine, mild temperatures and the profusion of vibrant seasonal colours, making it a dream destination for those seeking fun in the sun amongst stunning natural surroundings.
When in Galicia, you are literally spoilt for choice about which beach to head to for a relaxing, memorable day in the most picturesque of surroundings. This unspoilt corner of north-western Spain is home to 1200km of undulating coastline, scattered with beautiful beaches, bays and coves.
La Bisbal d’Empordà – aka La Bisbal – is a characterful town in Catalonia, approximately 30km to the south-east of Girona. This bustling town that lies between the market towns of Palafrugell and Palamos on the Costa Brava, is world-renowned for its pottery making heritage.
Perched at the top of a rocky limestone ridge with stone castle walls adjoining a sheer cliff face that drops to the River Guadalete below, Arcos de la Frontera is hailed as being one of Andalucía’s most dramatically positioned of its Pueblos Blancos – whitewashed villages.