My last trip before moving to Andalusia, and as I was going to leave my old bike in Catalonia, I wanted to give it a good send off. Mallorca seemed like a nice place to do it, so this is part 1 of 4 of the story on this island.
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”
Nestled in the Cantabrian mountains in the northwest of Spain, almost bordering Galicia, is a village with an ancient history known as Las Médulas. It was one of the first places I visited when I moved to León, and one that I would happily return to in a heartbeat. Despite being one of the mostContinue reading “A Hiking Tour of Las Médulas, León”
If you go for a holiday on the Spanish Mediterranean coast, you would probably overlook the Costa Cálida, in the southeast of Spain. Alicante is nearby, so most Brits prefer to go there, so I can understand why it’s not so well-known. But this coastline is part of the Region de Murcia, and when youContinue reading “Murciano: Is this the hardest Spanish accent on the peninsula?”