You’ll want to visit the places you’ll be reading about in Spain Destinations. They’re every bit as charming and irresistible as the writers say! Besides, you won’t have any problems getting there; they’ll tell you how.
The dunes are unique. They move from the beach to the river
It is said that Columbus stopped by the Guadalupe monastery to pray for the success of his expedition before setting out in what resulted in the unexpected discovery of the New World
What’s the use of coming to Madrid if you don’t snatch the chance to experience Spain’s star writer of all time and the world’s first novelist ever?
Many city folk dream of vast plots of land, a big red barn, and a veranda equipped with comfortable rocking chairs and hanging loveseat swings. But a working ranch is just that: work!
Knight in shining armor, minstrels singing of love and heroism, food from medieval stalls, fiery prince storming a castle where his lovely princess is held prisoner. . . They’re waiting for you in Avila!
The fabulous Feast of St James is a “Fiesta of International Tourist Interest”. Better grab what’s left of it!
Join the celebrations of the of the Holy Week (21-27 March 2016) in Avila. It's bound to be a memorable experience for you!
Mallorca in the winter of 1977: "I found Mallorca surprisingly enchanting. I expected it to be very modern and somewhat overrun by tourism. But to my surprise, it was peaceful, very hilly, and filled with interesting little surprises"
"Valencia offers much more than just a seaside summer vacation and you would be silly to write it off. Go explore this port city in winter!"