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After a full-on day on the water, filling yourself up with authentic Spanish dishes is imperial to top off a great visit.
San Roque is the Spanish town where Spain meets Great Britain. The view from San Roque is of the rock of Gibraltar – a little part of the United Kingdom on the edge of Spain.
Known for its mild and dry weather, Tenerife is also renowned for its unusual black sandy beaches, formed as a result of the island’s volcanic history.
In the province of Granada there are several options for those who like a glass of white wine and for those who prefer a tasty glass of red. Here are two such bodegas.
May is a busy time in Spain. The weather is getting warmer and the opportunities to eat out increase.
In my continuing mission to point you in the direction of interesting places to visit, and good places to eat, that are just off a Spanish motorway; I suggest you take the turn off for Guadix.
Whether you like to discover new Spanish wines, or if you simply want to experience new destinations in this vast and varied country; do take a sip of Yecla and Jumilla.
It’s beautiful on the Costa Brava. Nowhere more so than when you travel north east of Girona.
The old town of Marbella surprises many. With its sheer prettiness.
If you find yourself near Granada in the first days of May be sure to go there. Admire the flowers and join in the fun and festivities.