Paella Street Food in Spain by Diacritical on Flickr

The Food on Holiday in Spain

When we go on holiday to a foreign country, one of the great things is trying all of the local foods that are on offer. If you go to Spain on holiday then you will have lots on offer to keep the hunger away with a mixture of traditional Spanish food as well as lots […]

Ibiza, Spain

Mini Guide to Ibiza, Spain

Setting aside its wild and crazy nightlife, Ibiza, Spain is actually a place of beautiful beaches, interesting architecture, tasty cuisines, and friendly people. Here is a little guide to help you get the best that the Mediterranean city of Ibiza has to offer. What to See in Ibiza, Spain D’Alt Vila. Located in the city’s Old […]

Majorca Holiday

Exploring Majorca on Two Wheels – By Scooter, Bicycle or Segway

The Mediterranean island of Majorca is one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations, but on Majorca Holidays the natural beauty of the Island is often overlooked. Locals tell the story of how after God created Spain, he used the mixture of left over landscapes to create Majorca. The island spans 80km and is a diverse […]

Garachio, Tenerife

Stunning Walks in Tenerife

Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands is a volcanic shard sticking up out of the Atlantic 600 miles from mainland Spain. Away from the beaches bustle and blare of the coastal area another island of lunar landscapes and strange exotic flora awaits any hardy traveller with water, rucksack and sensible shoes. The paths and cobbled […]


Best Ways to Learn the Catalan Culture in Barcelona

One of the many great things about living in Spain is the regional identity that each part of the country has and in Catalonia and in Barcelona, it is no different. The Catalan people and their culture is a important factor in the city and the region and understanding will help you to understand the […]

Where to Find Malaga’s Tastiest Tapas

Newcomers to Malaga may think that the city’s ubiquitous tapas bars are all part of its new “cool” image, but they would be wrong.  Tapas and Malaga have long gone hand in hand, it’s just that restaurants that would have once only served up pescaito frito (fried fish) are now dishing out traditional staples such […]


Where to Stay in Barcelona

When thinking about the perfect accommodation in Barcelona, you must take into consideration your preferences and choose the best option according to them. Booking an apartment with a company like OK Apartment Barcelona has many advantages that no other accommodation has: it combines good price with great comfort and privacy. You don’t have to share room […]

Easter in Barcelona

Barcelona Easter Breaks

Easter in Barcelona is a truly unforgettable experience. As a Catholic country, Spain begins Easter at the beginning of Lent, and when the holidays start the city really celebrates with processions, gifts and traditional ceremonies. The celebrations stretch over the whole week, from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, and is known as Semana Santa – […]

Stay off the Tourist Trail in Tenerife

The Canary Islands may have a bit of a reputation for being all about booze and Brits abroad, with a British pub on every corner and packed-out beaches littered with the stereotypical UK tourist, complete with the socks and sandals ensemble. On Tenerife, however, there is another side to the story. This is an island […]

Blackhole at Wet n Wild, Australia

Water Parks Around the World – A Look at 10 of the Best

Water parks form the bedrock of many a family holiday, providing fun in the water regardless of the weather. There are many amazing water parks in the world which makes choosing only 10 difficult. Most people know about Florida’s superb water parks like Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon so we’ve focused on water parks that […]

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