Every year hundreds of thousands of us flock to Spain‘s 5,000 miles of coast in search of sun, sand and sea. Are we finding the best beaches, though? Here are some excellent destinations where you’ll find the best beaches in Spain:
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August 27, 2012
In every village, town and city in Spain you’ll find a healthy bar culture: it’s where people gather to share news, listen to music, dance and celebrate life. And of course to have a drink or two. But what does one drink when in Spain?
July 9, 2012
One of Viator’s certified tour guides in Barcelona gives us her top tips for seeing Barcelona like a local. From the best parks to the best food, check out what the expert has to say about this fabulous city.
July 2, 2012
Spain is famous for its wines, especially for its red wines, and especially for its red wines from La Rioja.
Since the 11th century La Rioja region in the Basque region of northern Spain has been known for its wine-making. They’ve had centuries to perfect the technique that is now protected by D.O.C., the qualified designation of origin certification given to certain locality-specific foods and wines throughout the world. Only Rioja wines with the D.O.C. label are from La Rioja.
June 15, 2012
Madrid has as rich and deep a history as any European capital, and there is a lot to see and do. But the usual tourist activities take a back seat to the absolutely electric, right-now vibe of the city. And when dinner starts around 10pm and the streets are packed until the wee hours of the morning, you can forget New York – Madrid is truly the city that never sleeps.
Here’s our insider’s guide to Madrid.
May 21, 2012
It’s ‘the largest swimming pool in the world according to Esther Williams and she’d know – she was the famous water-ballet star of Hollywood. And I’m sure that many of the people who flock to the Mar Menor in south-eastern Spain are just as adept as Esther at swimming in bright red lipstick and emerging from the sea looking as glamorous as they went in.