Discover in this Fuerteventura guide the best ideas to make the most of your vacation. Top resorts, attractions and tips by local experts. … Read More
No one would say that Northern Spain is a “hidden gem” but it when most people think of Spain, what most people imagine is southern Spain: flamenco, bullfighting, beaches, paella, tapas, … So when people visit the northern part of the country they are usually blown away. The north of Spain is green and lush, brimming with history and culturally very different from the rest of the country (especially in the Basque Country). The food is different, the nightlife is different, … everything is just different. Different and amazing. … Read More
The Canary Islands are commonly known as the islands with spring all year round. The archipielago is composed of eight islands (plus some smaller, uninhabited islets). The good things about the Canary islands is that each of the islands has a very different personality and offer something unique to be enjoyed. In case you thought they are all the same, great sunny destinations for year-round sunshine, we believe you should dig a bit deeper and discover which one would suit you best. … Read More
Check out our Rioja Travel Guide and get the most out of your visit to Spain’s premier wine region and one of the best (if not THE best) in the world.
The history of this region dates back to the first century B.C. when the Romans founded Pompaelo on an old Vascon settlement. … Read More
The Balearic Islands are a top tourist destination that offers something to everyone. Most Europeans will have the islands among their top 3 places to visit in Spain for sure! And the Balearic islands do not disappoint the visitor.
Splendid beaches and small coves, fishing villages, olive, and almond groves, and citrus orchards, Despite the masses, arrive in summer, you will still be able to find your place and, why not, also enjoy the noise of the sea along with music during endless nights. … Read More