Category: Spain

Coastal areas and beaches in Spain

You will love the coastal areas and beaches in Spain from Costa de la Luz, Costa del Sol to Costa Brava. Costa de la Luz: Huelva & Cadiz. The fine, sandy beaches of the Costa de la Luz, in the shelter of pine woods, stretch in an arc from Ayamonte to Tarifa, from the mouth of the river Guadiana to the Straits of Gibraltar. This is the coast of Western…

Saint James Way | Hiking and travel routes in Spain

The Saint James Way or Way of St. James (Spanish: Camino de Santiago) is considered one of the three most important Christian pilgrimages and exists for over more than thousand years. The most traditional way to discover, enjoy and cover this route is on foot. There are different pilgrimage ways to choose from, but all end in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, the city where it is said that the apostle…

Spanish recipes from Omelette to Paella

Here we offer you a selection of typical Spanish recipes. If you have rented a country house or an apartment in Spain which disposes of a kitchen, and during your holidays or maybe even long weekend break you feel like cooking but are not sure what to prepare or just want to try something new, have a look at these recipes. The ingredients are indicated for 4 people. SPANISH OMELETTE (TORTILLA…

Wine areas in Spain and guarantee of origin

One of the well known wine areas in Spain is ANDALUSIA. The region of Andalucia has the following Denominaciones de Origen - guarantees of origen - : Jerez-Xeres-Sherry, Manzanilla-Sanlucar de Barrameda, Malaga, Montilla-Moriles and Condado de Huelva. Its wines are the most characteristic of the country and internationally the most famous. They are produced by a unique method, which has something of a miracle about it, since it is not…

Spanish gastronomy as a result of regional cuisines

There is no doubt that the Spanish gastronomy is world famous for many reasons. One of Spain’s greatest attractions is, without any doubt, its cuisine, which is one of the best in the world for both quality and variety. Accurately speaking, one cannot talk of a national cuisine but rather of a multiplicity of regional cuisines influenced in each case by the climate and local way of life. Spanish cuisine…