Driving along the southern coast of Spain, you’ll be hard pressed not to notice the giant landmass protruding out of the country’s southern tip. If you haven’t figured it out already, this is Gibraltar, a territory of the UK and home to loads of things to do and see, particularly its darling Main Street, known for its Britishness and for its shopping.
The beaches of Alicante are quite lovely, but a little change of scenery surely wouldn’t hurt, wouldn’t you agree? Trade those sandy and sunny shores for an idyllic mountaintop castle village by taking a day trip to the town of Guadalest.
In this guide, we’ve handpicked the very best of what makes Madrid so special — both on and off the beaten path — so you can travel like an insider in Madrid!
You’ve made it to the Mediterranean port city of Alicante, a city known for its rich history, its lively nightlife, and the picturesque hilltop castle that rises above town. But Alicante is also known for the beaches, of which it has many. So grab your towel and flip-flops: here are a few of the best shorelines […]
When it comes to adorable inland pueblos and coastal coves lined by azure waters, Costa Brava’s got it covered. But beyond just the awesome doing and seeing, perhaps the best way to really get to the heart of the region is to experience its culture and traditions at one of Costa Brava’s many annual events. […]
Here’s the thing about Spain: its gastronomy varies massively across the Iberian Peninsula, ranging from paella in Valencia to pinchos in San Sebastian and a slew of unexpected-but-amazing dishes in Santiago de Compostela. Indeed, Galicia — the city’s larger region — is beloved for having some of the best cuisine in the nation. Whether you’re interested in dishes, drinks or desserts, here are the tasty items that you won’t want to miss on your visit to the region’s most famous city, Santiago de Compostela.