If you're traveling to Barcelona, chances are you will be looking for a spot to eat Tapas. However, a quick check on TripAdvisor shows almost 7,000 restaurants to choose from! There are a lot of restaurants that rank highly, but are located away from many of the hotels. With this in mind, here are some of our top choices for restaurants by location (with pictures!)
VentallÿFD is a small village located in the region of Catalonia, in Spain. Quiet and authentic, its boasts a series of traditional housing and its closeness to the Costa Brava make it the perfect place for tourists.
Where to visit in Spain may be a difficult decision to make. This article gives an insight into a short visit to Cordoba, in Southern Spain. It gives suggestions on the main places to see, the type of accommodation available and introduces you to tapas, the delicious bite-size snacks common to Spain. Some extra tips are also included.
Tenerife in the Canary Islands has many fascinating endemic plants including many types that are medicinal herbs. One of these is the Canary Candle Shrub (Senecio kleinia). It is also a succulent plant adapted to the hot and dry climate.
Los Gigantes is a popular holiday resort in Tenerife that is famous for its very high cliffs that give the place its name.
Agua Garcia is a village in the wooded countryside in the north of Tenerife in the Canary Islands. It has a cooler climate than many parts in the south of the island and many fruit and vegetables grow there.
La Guancha is a pretty town in the mountains and forests in the north of Tenerfe in the Canary Islands.
Madrid is a lively city in the center Spain, famous for its nightlife, cultural offerings and its art. The city has 3 incredible art museums all within walking distance of each other in what’s known as the Golden Triangle of Art: the Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza, and the Reina Sofia Museums.
Madrid Spain is full of great attractions for visitors and especially for those interested in art. The city is home to 3 top level art museums in what has come to be called the Golden Triangle of Art: The Prado, The Reina Sofia and El Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza commonly called 'The Thyssen'.
No visit to Madrid Spain is complete with visiting the Museo Nacional del Prado. El Prado is considered to be one of the best art museums in the world and is one of the most visited attractions in the world. The Prado contains the world's best collection of Spanish art and an incredible collection of European art. It is one of the top things to do in Madrid and shouldn't be missed.
La Cala de Mijas on the Costa del Sol is an ideal coastal destination for short or long breaks. There is something for everyone including golf, sightseeing, shopping and a sandy beach. There are well-known tourist attractions, like Mijas, Marbella, Puero Banus, Ronda, Malaga and Granada and many pretty little villages off the beaten track in the hills. if you're there at Christmas you can join in the "Three Kings' Procession. Whatever your reason for visiting La Cala de Mijas, it is likely you will want to return to soak up the flavour of this original fishing village.
The Costa del Sol celebrates numerous Saints Days, festivals, processions and public holidays. Here are events listed throughout the year that you can attend when on holiday. Tourists are always welcome at these colourful and vibrant celebrations.
Granada is located in the Southern part of Spain and it has become one of the favourite places to visit by backpackers; it is indeed a city full of contrast and beauty, its biggest attraction is Alhambra and General life; however, the place has much more to offer and if you are planning to stay for a week or more; we would highly recommend you to explore other areas from the beautiful Andalusia region, from vibrant beaches in Marbella to the beautiful colonial town of Ronda but without leaving out Seville, Cadiz, Malaga and other places that welcome backpackers from all over the world.
Costa del Sol is one of the best places in Spain to enjoy a Beach Break; with over 300 days of sunshine a year and fantastic landmarks, villages, beaches, towns and history; you will truly enjoy your stay in the Southern part of Spain. Costa del Sol extends from Gibraltar to Malaga and offers miles of sandy and beautiful beaches to the tourist; it is actually considered as the number one place in Europe to enjoy a Beach Break; the beauty of a holiday in Malaga, Marbella, Ronda, Granada, Nerja or any other place that forms part of Andalusia is that you don't need to invest vast amounts of money in order to have the holiday of your life.