If you’re in the bustling and vibrant city of Malaga looking to memorable things to do, then you may want to take a walk up the mighty Mount Gibralfaro, a 130-metre peak in the Montes de Malaga mountain range.
It’s not difficult to find a beautiful beach on southern Spain’s alluring stretch of coastline known as the Costa de la Luz – Coast of Light. Vast expanses of sand stretch along the coast, lapped by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean and basking under cloudless blue skies.
If you are looking for a holiday in the sun where you can enjoy world-class cuisine, upmarket sophistication blended with timeless traditionalism, within a beautiful secluded bay, gently lapped by the cobalt water of the Mediterranean, then look no further than Llafranc.
A Coruña is a bustling city nestled in the autonomous and culturally-distinct region of Galicia in North West Spain. Visiting this vibrant city is an experience not to be missed, where you can combine trips to fascinating cultural and ancient sights with dining on exceptionally fresh seafood in the many fish restaurants A Coruña is famed for.
Barcelona is a city that never goes to sleep. This pulsating, coastal, metropolitan city on the shores of the sparkling Mediterranean is thriving with life and vivacity all year round. If you’re looking for an exciting city escape this winter, then look no further than the Catalan capital of Barcelona.
The shimmering white-washed town of Ronda, stood high on a hillside overlooking a vista of mountains, meadows, and lakes, is a true sight for sore eyes. This ‘pueblo blanco’ – white village – is one of the most celebrated in Andalucía, with good reason.
The Alhambra Palace is Spain’s most visited tourist attraction. This jewel of a palace that sits elevated above the bustling city of Granada and with the snowy, jagged peaks of the mighty Sierra Nevada as a backdrop, is a marvel to gaze at.
In the south west of Galicia, there is a landlocked province that does not receive a large number of visitors, mainly due to its geographical position, however, the Ourense province and its capital town of the same name, are well worth a look!
The word “Costa” can conjure up images of towering apartment blocks, thrown up to accommodate mass tourism. Spain’s Costa Brava – ‘Brave Coast’ – is a far cry from all crowds and nightlife, with many wild and beautiful parts to its rugged and diverse coastline
Set amongst impressive blue hazy mountain ranges, where olive green trees predominate, the white-washed villages of Andalucía stand out from a distance, shimmering in the hot Spanish sun. They appear timeless and, in fact, many of them have changed little over the years. These charming villages may have one or two roads that you can drive a car down, but typically comprise of wonderful mazes of little alleyways that interweave between one another.