One of the coolest ways to enjoy the Alicante coastline is by boat. A boat trip is a memorable part to any holiday where you can drop anchor to swim in the deep blue waters of the Mediterranean, explore coves or simply sit back and enjoy views of rugged cliff faces and golden sandy… Read More


  There’s something about Spain which makes it the first choice of couples looking for a romantic break. Ávila This walled city in Castile and León almost feels like one giant fairytale castle. The writer José Martínez Ruiz described Ávila as “perhaps the most 16th century city in Spain”. Making it a shoo-in for Unesco… Read More


  Many people who fly into Alicante for the first time are surprised to see how mountainous it is. Indeed. In fact, Spain is the second highest country in Europe with an average altitude of 650 metres.Switzerland is top. The Alicante region of Spain is where the mountains meet the sea. There are many mountains… Read More


The warm waters and mild Mediterranean climate have attracted European travellers to the Canary Islands for decades. Each of these islands have their differences and the forces of nature have formed many stunning sights for all of us to enjoy. Tenerife is home to many of nature’s creations. The landscape of the island was formed… Read More


  If you are looking for an interesting holiday this year then stay away from the rowdy resorts and check out Valencia instead. This amazing city is only about 2 and half hours flight from the UK, with services from Bristol, Dublin, Gatwick, Stansted. Manchester and Nottingham and low fares can be easily found if… Read More


  Wherever you’re travelling from in Western Europe, Spain is pretty convenient to get to. Which makes it an ideal location for a hen or stag break. So, best men and chief bridesmaids, here are some ideas of where to whisk off prospective bridegrooms and brides to be. Barcelona Barcelona – Plaza Cataluña Perhaps it’s… Read More


                                                                                                             One of Calpe’s cool bodegas   One of Spain’s most visited tourist destinations, Calpe on the Costa Blanca is an ocean side resort town full of interesting things to see and do. If you like walks along miles of beach side promenade, sitting at fashionable cafes watching the crowds walk by, wandering around interesting… Read More


  Their name is rio and they twist through a dusty land. Yet Spain is as green as brown, so its rivers snake through forests and valleys too. Go back to school by learning the names of the most significant watercourses. Guadalquivir Sevilla, Triana, Guadalquivir Seville is Spain’s only commercial river port, thanks to the… Read More


  All ready for your Spanish holiday? Suncream, swimming trunks, towel? Check, check, check, right? Add a camera to take something home with you that you don’t need to buy in a shop, photos of one or more of the following Spanish towns. Cudillero Cudillero, Asturias Green Spain extends virtually all the way to the… Read More


    Virgen del Consuelo church in Altea The beautiful blue-and-white tiled church dome peeking out among the glistening white houses in Altea’s old town has become an icon of the Costa Blanca. Sitting between the busy resort of Benidorm to the south and Calpe with its majestic Ifach rock to the north, Altea is… Read More