Monday, 14 April 2014

Travel Ideas to Spain - Be inspired

If you are thinking of visiting Spain and would like to sample and experience the authentic Spanish culture then read on. Although the image of Spain has changed enormously over the past 20 years a lot of people still think of bullfighting, sometimes crowded beaches and flamenco dancing when it comes to Spain, it really offers so much more as a top holiday and travel destination

Broaden your travel horizons and explore this diverse country from picturesque country side walks and fishing outings , to exploring historic white washed villages and ancient monuments, or perhaps a wine and food testing trip is more to your liking. How about visiting areas of great natural beauty from the Pyrenees in the north to beautiful national parks in the south. Our travel tips will hopefully inspire you to explore the real Spain. 

Beautiful Facts about Walking the St James Way – The Camino de Santiago, Spain





In the entire world, Camino de Santiago holds a special place. It is home to one of the most beautiful long distance trails in the world. Many people have had the opportunity to walk this trail, and according to their experiences, it is exhilarating.  There are lots of benefits for people who travel here to enjoy whole length of this historic trail.

Competitive Accommodations

Unlike many destinations, Camino de Santiago has some of the lowest accommodations rates you can find. Imagine the possibility of getting a bed for only 5 Euros a day. This will leave you more money to spend on other activities along the route.

Delicious and Affordable Meals

In every sense of the word, Camino de Santiago offers  some of the best eateries  in the country, from luxurious to basic good quality authentic  dishes.  What ever your preferences are  you can walk into a hotel , bar or  restaurant, and be served with hot and fresh food, irrespective of the time of day. This will relieve you of any burden of having to carry food around as you walk the trail.

Access to Clean Tap Water

Not many places in the world have access to drinking water at intervals of 45 minutes. Some of the visitors to Camino de Santiago have been surprised that they don’t even need to purify water because the tap water is fresh and clean.

Excellent Refuse Collection Services

If there is one thing that people hate while walking the trails and on hikes, it is carrying refuse   with them for long distances. This can make your luggage bulky, so you enjoy less of the experience. Camino de Santiago has a very good refuse  collection system, where rubbish collectors  are located frequently all along the trails.

 Well-Marked Trail

Camino de Santiago does not require you to carry maps. Virtually anyone can trail here, even those without navigation skills. There are clear markings that make the adventure well worth the effort.

Friday, 21 March 2014

Popular Spanish Holiday Destinations





Spain is of course the holiday destination of millions of tourists and visitors each year. It,s fantastic climate is the envy of the rest of Europe and offers more than 5,000 miles of beautiful coastline; most of this is adorned by equally beautiful beaches. Some of these rank among the greatest in the world.

 It is so easy to see why holidaymakers and visitors alike return to Spain time and time again with such a wide variety of popular holiday resorts, city destinations and cultural activities to see and explore. A holiday to Spain really does offer something for all the family, from relaxing beach holidays to more energetic outdoor activity holidays. 

Spain is home of the tapa, sangria, great wine, top class cuisine, beautiful scenery and superb beaches which is why has become a firm favourite holiday destination for many millions of Europeans each year. Spains top tourist attractions include famous historic cities such as San Sebastian, Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga,Pamplona, Toledo and Granada or unforgetable beach holidays at any one of Spains top holiday resorts including Ibiza, Tenerife, Marbella ,the Canary Islands or the Costa del Sol.