City Guide: Murcia

Been a busy Easter break, but finally the latest city guide is here! Murcia is the 7th largest city in the country, but surprisingly, one of the least visited in the south…

Skiing in Spain: Really?!

A guide and personal advice about skiing in Spain. Catch the end of the 2012-22 season, or plan for winters to come!

The Mediterranean Tour Day 5: Javea/Xabia- Alicante/Alacant, 97km

Day 5 was I day where I was hoping to get some better coastal views of the coast compared to the day before, and the last 10km between Denia and Javea made me feel more confident. Starting the day in Javea was one that needed energy, and a good breakfast in La Cova on PrincipeContinue reading “The Mediterranean Tour Day 5: Javea/Xabia- Alicante/Alacant, 97km”

Sidra Asturiana: Be Accurate or Be Thirsty

Cider. Such a household classic drink in the UK, and who would blame them? Sweet, fizzy and widely available in every pub around, this alcoholic delight is sorely missed by many when they travel to Spain, and I distinctly remember having to research bars in the places I was visiting with my one of myContinue reading “Sidra Asturiana: Be Accurate or Be Thirsty”

City Guide: Valencia

There’s no denying it, Everyone has at least heard of Valencia, in it’s various forms, whether it be their football team, festivals or paella. But I would guarantee, that those same people would also know of Madrid, Barcelona and Malaga, and visited all those cities, but many would not have gone to Valencia. Strange thatContinue reading “City Guide: Valencia”

Pueblos de España Mini Blog 3: Medinaceli, Soria

The province of Soria is the most sparsely populated in the whole country, where a village with more than 500 people is actually not common, and important to the region. Medinaceli is one of them, putting it in the top 20 most populated municipalities in the province, and one of the most beautiful. Listed asContinue reading “Pueblos de España Mini Blog 3: Medinaceli, Soria”