The best route from Madrid to Barcelona: for fiestas, food and fun

Best Route From Madrid to Barcelona

The luscious lure of the vast landscape of central Spain spread out in front of us; a land bursting with endless possibilities. Not unlike a flirtatious Señorita waiting to tease with her alluring wares, this part of Spain is less explored and full of promise. From skiing in the Sierra de Guadarrama to swimming in the Pantano de San Juan, … Read More

Salvador Dalí Triangle: discover the land that most inspired him

Dali Triangle-Cadaques Costa Brava Fishing Boats

This feature firstly gives you an overview of the artist’s connection to these places, and then suggests an overnight itinerary to enjoy the route. “Aside from being forbidden in the kitchen I was allowed to do anything I pleased. I wet my bed till I was eight for the sheer fun of it. I was the absolute monarch of the … Read More

Castellon Wine Route

Castellon wine route

Although it’s impossible to know exactly when wine arrived in the Iberian Peninsula, we do know that it can be traced to at least the 7th century BC, because of archaeological finds in sites in Andalucia. However for those of you who appreciate wine, you may like to know that there is also evidence that suggests that not far from … Read More

Girona & Costa Brava By Car Or Motorhome

Discover a wonderful city and some gorgeous highlights of the Costa Brava with our guest author Marina, a writer who grew up in the Mediterranean. You can fly into Girona with Ryanair from some UK & Irish airports, pick up a rental car or hire a motorhome – more about that later. Girona – a wonderful, welcoming city Girona’s city … Read More