How to enjoy Spain without traveling

I’m sure you will all agree that we are experiencing a very strange time at the moment. The Covid-19/Corona Virus has affected everyone’s lives in some way. For most, it’s disruptive and unsettling, being stuck… View Post

Walking the Caminito del Rey

Even if you are a little scared of heights, walking the Caminito del Rey is an experience not to be missed. It’s one of the best day trips available in Andalucía and is fast becoming… View Post

A wonderful winter holiday in North Tenerife

Tenerife is one of the best locations in Spain for a winter holiday. The sun is shining, temperatures are warm but comfortable and beach resorts are still bustling. I love booking a winter break as… View Post

Seville: What you need to know before visiting

All the practical information for Seville and what you need to know before visiting the city in Southern Spain. This travel guide will cover the following:  Seville Facts  Arriving in Seville  Getting around Seville  Seville… View Post

Lesser-known holiday locations in Spain

If you are seeking somewhere a little different for your next holiday, consider these lesser-known holiday locations in Spain. Each one is a hidden gem that provides plenty for couples or families to see and… View Post

Life in Spain: Interview with Justine in Barcelona

To offer more insight into what life is like in Spain, we have started an interview series. With the help of friends and fellow bloggers, who all moved to Spain. We hope to share different… View Post

What to see and do in Sitges

Sitges is a seaside town in Spain located south west along the coast from Barcelona. With an old town full of history and gorgeous buildings. Pristine beaches, lots of day time activities and a wide… View Post

Things I love about Spain vs Things I find annoying

There are so many things that I love about Spain but lets be realistic. There are also things that annoy or frustrate me. Without being too negative I wanted to share some of the best… View Post

Exploring the city of Cuenca

Cuenca is located roughly half-way between Madrid and Valencia in the Spanish region of Castile La Mancha. It’s a lovely little inland city that’s easy to reach by train or road.  Perfect for a day… View Post

The best time of year to visit Spain

The best time of year to visit Spain depends on where you want to go and the seasonal weather in that area. Spain is diverse and offers a wide range of sights, activities and attractions… View Post