It is blowing in the wind. A visitor is faced with two choices: hide out in the medina or take up kitesurfing. This Andalusian white fishing village takes full advantage of the winds that funnel through the strait 300 days a year.Read More
La Línea de la Concepción | Gibraltar.
There’s a sense of simplicity and joy in Andalusian living. I looked back at how I have spent my years there. What it is that kept me there and what it is that still calling me back. What made it feel like Home.
There was a time when Malaga was widely regarded, among tourists at least, as relatively unexciting city. It has long lived in the shadow of the iconic Andalusian cities, but it has clearly and successfully managed to reinvent itself over the last few years.Read More
It is little wonder that Marbella has attracted the rich and famous for many decades, and that many people who come here on holidays decide to stay. It is known all over the world as one of the classiest and most beautiful holiday destinations in Southern Europe.Read More
Every country has its favourite sport which is deeply part of the culture and people's days. They are watching it, talking about it, loving/hating it and some are trying to ignore it with more or less luck. When you travel to a country it might worth to give a visit to one of the country's popular sport event.Read More