Starting off in Benicassim, which is best known for its music festivals, this route includes Belle Epoque by the beach, plus a tour in the Carmelitano liqueur distillery. Then head up into the Desierto de las Palmas, for food with the most amazing views!
For true foodies, who wish to see the process from source to table, the Delta de l’Ebre is a must! Take a beautiful boat trip, where you can visit the mussels and oysters farm area, while seeing a stunning perspective of the wonderful Delta. From there, once you’ve been suitably educated by the Professor, you can head back to land … Read More
Carol is passionate about her job and has been in the tourism and hospitality industry for more than 25 years. She was born in Catalonia and after living in different places in Spain and Europe, she established herself in Rioja Alavesa in 1998 where she founded her own company, Thabuca. Carol is an avid globertrotter and travel addict and loves … Read More
An evocative, informative, insider article about La Rioja Spain wine experiences in beautiful surroundings, by tour guide Carol Gutiérrez. The name of Rioja evokes wine, great wine. It is one of Spain’s best known wine regions with a long tradition of wine production since Roman times. But La Rioja is much more than..
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