Valencia: Capital of Paella, home to The Holy Grail, boasting sunny beaches where you can swim most of the year round, bursting with funky architecture, this vibrant city is not to be missed. You will soon see why Spain’s third largest city attracts nearly 2 million visitors a year.
Known for its sandy beach and the many restaurants and nightclubs La Barceloneta is Barcelona’s seaside resort neighbourhood, known for its sandy beach and the many restaurants and nightclubs along its boardwalk. Tony and Helen checked it out late one Sunday afternoon: “We’re at Barceloneta, and that’s the W Hotel. And now, if I pull […]
Julie Bowman risks going back to the scene of her idyllic childhood holidays in Spain Each summer as school finished for the year, there was only one thing on my mind; two long lazy weeks to just hang out and play in Spain. The usual villa was booked, for something like the eighth year running […]
Torremolinos on the Costa del Sol is Spain’s Beach Capital Helen Page introduces you to Torremolinos on Spain’s Costa del Sol, an area on the southern coast, just to the east of Gibraltar. With 160 kilometres of Mediterranean coastline, the Costa del Sol is one of Spain’s most popular holiday destinations. “Well hello again. Here […]