Spa, horse riding and a glass of champagne surrounded by olive trees is all you can ask for. Sounds good? I am talking about Villa Nazules Hotel & SPA.
I’m sure by now you already know I love Spain. Yes, I can’t deny! The more I travel the more I like it — you could say I’m addicted to it! This is why I have moved to Madrid, one of the most open and welcoming cities I have ever been to. It’s funny, I…
One of its most beautiful places is the monument to King Alfonso I “El Batallador”, who reconquered the City of Zaragoza from Arabic ruling in the year 1118. It is at the top of the hill, offering stunning views of Zaragoza. I recommend going there at sunset.
Barcelona is, in many ways, a vibrant city and a melting pot for fashion and culture. It is; however, expensive, massified, and unauthentic if you compare it to other less known Spanish destinations.
Cortijo Fain and Villas enjoys a perfect location, perched up in the gentle hills of Arcos, barely an hour drive from both Sevilla and Cadiz. After visiting Malaga, Granada, The Alhambra, Cordoba and Sevilla, we wanted to live a truly Spanish experience. There is no better way of doing that than in a 300-years old Andalusian farmhouse!
If you are in Spain, a visit to Seville is mandatory. Andalucia has a special flavour but Seville is, no doubt, the epitome of Spanish elegance, colourful sights and beauty. I’m not surprised it’s one of Tripadvisor’s Traveller’s Choice for 2017.
Going shopping in the wrong outfit is failing before even starting. The wrong outfit can slow you down or make you uncomfortable.
Peñiscola is such a stunning place I am not surprised that the Game of Thrones producers chose it for so many shots for the show. You might know it as the city of Mereen!
Being a small town, Zaragoza never ends surprising me. The Aljaferia is my latest finding – a castle that hosted kings both from Spain´s Moorish and Catholic times.
This friendly city has vestiges of the Roman, Moorish, Jewish and Christian communities, and some ‘Zaragozanos’ will tell you it’s the best place for tapas!
The Parque del Buen Retiro, popularly known as “El Retiro”, is regarded as one of the main tourist attractions in the city centre