Tarragona is a vibrant city with a modern flair – but you don’t have to look too hard to find its fascinating history.
Viva Menorca! If you’re considering a Menorca holiday, you’re on the right track. When it come to things to do in Menorca, there’s more than you think.
It should have been a wonderful day of sailing – and it was until lunch… then the weather changed and I wondered if we would make it back alive.
It’s no coincidence that the Spanish island of Menorca has beautiful nature while its neighbours are full of development. Here’s the inside story why!
Nearly 3000 years ago, an ancient race lived on the Spanish island of Menorca. We don’t know much – but we do have these ruins of the Talaiotic Culture.
There are centuries of art to discover in Zaragoza – from the World Heritage ‘mudejar’ style, right up to modern murals.
The wealth of Valencia was built on silk trading, so it’s no surprise to discover that the Silk Exchange is a very special building.
For centuries, the Spanish city of Toledo was full of religious tolerance with christians, muslims and jews living together in a hill community.
These two monumental sites in the centre of Seville say a lot about a period of Spanish history when civilisations were clashing.