Where would your dream wedding be located? A gothic cathedral? A cliff-top church surrounded by the ocean? An intimate ceremony with the glow of the setting sun in the background? Above all, couples are looking for a special, romantic, and unique wedding. What could be more romantic than a wedding in Spain with a… Read More

A winter warmer required? Spain can fulfil that order easily, let’s take a tasty tour of the soups and stews of Spain – tuck in! Even though a holiday to Spain in the winter months will be full of bright days, the nights can be quite chilly, and that’s the perfect time to sample some… 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 fishing harbors… Read More

1. The Algar Waterfalls, Alicante Algar Waterfalls Discover the Algar Waterfalls in beautiful Les Fonts de l’Algar Nature Reserve. Take a dip in the natural pools, admire the waterfalls and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. A perfect day activity for the whole family! 2. Terra Mítica Theme Park, Benidorm Rides at Terra Mitica theme park, Benidorm… Read More

  Teams of cyclists clad in Lycra enjoy the challenge of cycling through the mountains in the north Costa Blanca region of Spain. The hairpin bends, steep climbs and fast descents in the mountains around Jalon and Guadalest provide a tough challenge for the athletes. Top professional teams are among the cyclists enjoying the winter… Read More

  Jávea Beaches The small coastal town of Jávea boasts nine of the most spectacular beaches that Spain’s Costa Blanca has to offer. Located in the Province of Alicante, Jávea’s coastline stretches 20 kilometres providing a uniquely charming variety of beaches and landscapes with plenty to do. The impressive cliffs that line this coastal area… Read More

A spot of unspoilt nature and a breath of fresh air combined with a dip in cold water, a day trip to the Algar Waterfalls. All about the Algar Waterfalls The river Algar empties into the Mediterranean at Altea. On its way there, it passes the town of Callosa d´en Sarria, located some 15kms from… Read More


Some called it Calpe meaning steep rugged hill made of rock, the Phoenicians called it Ifach which meant north. So the whole town of Calpe was referred to as the north craggy rock, having Gibraltar as the south reference. Calpe, which is north of Altea and south of Denia, is an ideal vacation spot on… Read More


La Pobla D’Ifach Calpe The medieval town of Ifach in the municipality of Calpe is at present unique among all such archaeological sites in the Comunidad Valenciana, and is the only town dating back to the times of the Reconquista which has not been extensively investigated, excavated or transformed since it fell out of use.… Read More