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.
The first blog I’ve written in a while, but finally finished! Jerez is a fortified white wine with so much history, and while it may not be as popular as in the past, it’s still very much a wine lover’s dream…
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…
A guide and personal advice about skiing in Spain. Catch the end of the 2012-22 season, or plan for winters to come!
A short blog about arguably one of the best villages in Northern Aragón. Worth a visit if you’re visiting the Central Spanish Pyrenees.
Short blog about the bollo preñao, an old but popular snack from the north of Spain, but enjoyed everywhere, especially during festivals.
The final day of my 6-day trip from Reus to Murcia (597km). This was 82km from Alicante to Elche and finishing in Murcia.
Short guide about the village of Canjáyar in the Alpujarra Almerinense region of Southeast Spain.
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”
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”