Travelling around Southern Spain
Kilometers of long sandy beaches, warm sun and plenty of Spanish culture are waiting for you in the south of Spain.
What to do in Southern Spain
There are just so many places to see in Spain. Each region has its own culture, gastronomy, crafts and way of life. From the little white villages along the Mediterranean Sea in the south to the world-renowned food in the north and everything in between it is hard to choose what you really should take time to see. This is a list of some travellers favourite spots in Spain—and why—so you can have an easier time deciding what to see when you come to visit this diverse country.
Looking for a winter get-away? Winter is an excellent time to visit Spain as you don't have the crowds to contend with, will skip the intense heat and have cheaper prices. Here is a guide of where to go in Spain in the winter.
Only 8km from Granada is the Monachil river which is a rock climber’s dream. Even if you aren’t into rock climbing this is a beautiful trail to walk along with hanging bridges, waterfalls, narrow paths and a stunning gorge going directly along a canyon.
The Alcazar in Madrid is one of the most stunning palaces in all of Spain. Come for a tour and discover some of its secrets.
Tourists flock to Seville every year. But they often miss out on the surrounding areas that also deserve consideration. Here is a list of 5 easy day-trips from Seville that should be on your bucket list if you are in the area.
Touring a craft rum distillery may not be the first thing that comes to your mind as an activity you can do in Spain. However, along the coast in the province of Granada you can learn about the past sugar cane industry and the very present process of making rum.
Huelva may not be the most tourist city in Spain, but that doesn't mean it isn't worth visiting. Some of the most important historic moments took place in and around Huelva, the best beaches in Spain are along this stretch of coast and the villages are oozing in Andalusian charm.
With 8000 km of coastline, how do you decide which beach to hit? Here is an overview of the beaches of Spain so you can make the best choice for the type of beach you and your family would like to hang out on.
Valencia is the pearl of the Mediterranean coast. Valencia is an elegant city with thousands of years of history has with seemingly little effort combined futuristic Avante-Garde to its cityscape and yet has kept its grace and still adapted the new.
Like every country, Spain has its own cultural quirks. If you don't want to stand out as a tourist you will want to learn these few tips.