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Spain and Portugal Trip Report
  • Edward Lunny, 04th Feb 2005
  • The following report is a chronological sequence of events of travels taken by a middle aged couple (ok, ok, we are close to 50!) during April and May of 1993. As with our...

Spain And The Faro Rally 2005
  • Ren Withnell, United Kingdom, 02nd Oct 2005
  • Preparation My son has got a mum, AM...and AM has got a fella, G. G asked AM to marry him, and oddly enough she said yes. Of course this requires a stag do. And the venue is to be the 2005...

More travels
  • Danny, United Kingdom, 11th Jun 2006
  • This is my second instalment of travels and continues the story of my brother and myself, my brother had just finished with his college course in London and I was in the second year of a two year...

Viva Espania!
  • Ivan Andrusiak, United Kingdom, 23rd Feb 2007
  • Saturday 30th December 2006, Wednesday 3rd January 2007. First let me wish all my readers a Happy New year from both Anne and me and hope that this finds you safe and well. We decided to...

Three-Dimensional Spain
  • Terje Raa, Denmark, 07th Apr 2007
  • Jerez de la Frontera is such a long city name that before you get through it, you have probably come to think of sherry, horses and flamenco - exactly what this Spanish city wants to be associated...

Valencia, City of Arts and Sciences – Travel to 23rd Century
  • Alex Welsh, 20th Jun 2007
  • Sporting an entire paradigm shift in travel, inviting you to the future, not the past, the City of Arts and Sciences of Valencia should really have been selected as one of the New Wonders of the...

Americas Cup 2007 in Valencia
  • Alex, Spain, 23rd Jun 2007
  • An article is due on the practicalities of attending the 32nd America’s Cup in Valencia, which will draw huge international crowds this summer of 2007. All of the action will take place in...

Las Fallas of Valencia
  • Alex, Spain, 23rd Jun 2007
  • Explosions to the left and to the right every 5 seconds, all colours of the rainbow on the dresses of the locals jumping in frenzy to traditional music, millions of people with no sleep for 4...

Valencia – The City That Has It All
  • Alex, Spain, 23rd Jun 2007
  • Western Europe is such an ultimate travel destination that anything worth seeing has already been triple-packed. It is practically impossible to find a place that has major attractions yet has...

Queen of Madrid
  • Terje Raa, Denmark, 25th Jun 2007
  • Madrid has its own Queen, with a kingdom named Gran Via, which is an avenue covering various aspects of Spain's capital, from spectacular architecture to prostitution. The Queen resides on a tiny...

Galicia - World's End and the Coast of Death
  • Pete Buckley, United Kingdom, 31st Jan 2008
  • Heading up the hill from the pleasant fishing town of Ribeira and following the signs towards Corrubedo, we crossed the low spine of what was now our home peninsula. It was October in the...

Walking In The Mountains Of The Mediterranean
  • Liz Hinchlife, United Kingdom, 25th Mar 2008
  • I´m used to walking in the Lake District of Cumbria and in the Yorkshire Dales but my week on the slopes of the Aitana mountain in Alicante, in sight of the mediterranean, left me surpised at the...

Spain’s Scary Corner
  • Terje Raa, Denmark, 01st May 2008
  • Next to the bullring in the Andalucian town of Ronda, there is a fuming black bull so lifelike that I fear it may any second be panting wildly, leap off its plinth and start butting tourists....

Surprising Girona
  • Anne-Sophie Redisch, Norway, 12th Aug 2008
  • I knew nothing about Girona. I didn’t even know it existed, even though it’s the capital city of the Costa Brava, Europe’s oldest beach resort. But after getting up at 3:00 a.m.,...

Exploring El Rocio, Andalucia, Spain
  • Nick Nutter, Spain, 05th Mar 2009
  • On Whit Sunday, the town of El Rocio will be packed with pilgrims who have travelled here from all over southern Andalucia. Some will have arrived on horseback, some by ox cart, most will arrive...

Exploring Algeciras, Andalucia, Spain
  • Nick Nutter, Spain, 06th Apr 2009
  • There seems to be very little written about Algeciras, four lines in the 'Spain Travel Guide', and not much anywhere else, which is a pity. It is not just a place to pass on the way to Cadiz or...

  • caroline, France, 28th May 2009
  • Hi, I want to tell you my holidays in Barcelona with my boyfriend on April. We stayed for one weekend and it was magical. We had booked an apartment on the internet with a company which rents...

Sella - A Beautiful Authentic Mountain Village, Alicante, Spain
  • kerrington90, United Kingdom, 05th Jul 2009
  • I stayed with a group of friends in the lovely Spanish mountain village of Sella. Some of us wanted to climb, others to walk and a couple just wanted to chill out! There was something there for all...

Benahavis - The Culinary Centre of the Costa del Sol
  • Nick Nutter, Spain, 18th Aug 2009
  • To the uninitiated Benahavis appears to be an ancient settlement, typical of an Andalucian village, with a history that no doubt parallels that of other similar ‘white villages’ like Gaucin or...

Castellar de la Frontera - A Fortified Mediaeval Town in Andalucia
  • Nick Nutter, Spain, 19th Aug 2009
  • Castellar literally means ‘site of the castle’ so the town is called, literally, ‘site of the castle on the frontier’ and that is exactly what it is. Sat on a hilltop at a height of 200 metres...

Granada, Spain - A City of Culture
  • Phil Taylor, Spain, 06th Sep 2009
  • Granada – A City of Culture Granada....This wonderful city exudes a myriad delights contained within its ancient boundaries. Set at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, it is developing...