Etched in history and culture and brimming with stunning architecture, the city of Seville is a fascinating place to visit for all the family. This beguiling city seems to have a fantastic surprise around every corner, including a beautiful green open space known as the Maria Luisa Park.
For those seeking quiet and relaxation, the beautiful, laid-back town of Santo Tomas on Menorca’s south coast, could be the perfect destination.
With its enviably warm climate, the Mediterranean is one of the best places in the world for birdwatching and none more so than the island of Mallorca, home to some of the best birdwatching experiences in the whole of the Mediterranean region.
One of southern Spain’s renowned ‘pueblos blancos’ – whitewashed villages – is the alluring town of Ubrique, which dazzles under the bright sun, contrasting vividly to the emerald landscape of the beautiful Serrania de Ronda Mountains that surrounds the town.
You don’t have to spend too long in Spain before you come across the staple national dish in one form or another. Paella is served in virtually every restaurant. It’s often cooked in huge paella pans on the beach or as a ubiquitous feature at a fiesta. Small portions of paella are accompanied with ice-cold
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.
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