Posts Tagged ‘Spain’
One of the spots that visitors love while in Barcelona Spain are the historical museums. Spain has a great, centuries old culture. Tourists from come to these museums to discover more about Spain and its history.
Barcelona is known primarily for its wide array of art museums. If you are an art aficionado, then Barcelona will be the perfect place for you to visit. Read the rest of this entry »
Malaga is home to several museums allowing you to enjoy the history, art and culture of the area. The market area and the surrounding area is a great place for shopping, eating and enjoying the night life in the city. Become familiar with the attractions to help you create an itinerary for your vacation. Read the rest of this entry »
According Real Federacion Española de Golf, their research has revealed some interesting statistics. According to them there were 35,462 registered golfers in Andalucia in May 2003 and has increased incredibly over the years. In 1983, the number of registered golfers in Costa Tropical was 33,711 as compared to 25,700 in the other areas of Spain. Read the rest of this entry »
Madrid located in Spain, is one of the Earth’s most beautiful cities. This makes Madrid Spain a must see for each person who plans to make a trip to Europe. The fantastic thing about this place can’t be written down in mere words, it is something that must be experienced. Travelling in Madrid Spain is a particularly enriching experience which everyone would enjoy and never forget. Read the rest of this entry »
Javea is located between Denia and Altea, 80km north-east of Alicante. Holidaymakers can choose between Valencia or Alicante airports as it is equal distance (1 hours drive) from either. Javea boasts more hours of sunshine than any other Spanish resort (data from World Health Organisation) and is otherwise known as the “Jewel in the crown” of the Costa Blanca. Javea comprises three main areas, Javea Old Town, Arenal Beach and Port, each distinctly different but collectively offering something to suit all tastes. Read the rest of this entry »
The islands of Mallorca and Menorca sit as close neighbours in the Mediterranean just a few miles apart and both making claims as attractive holiday destinations. Certainly Mallorca has plenty to offer and has been a favourite destination for English and German tourists for many years now. But when you hear that Spaniards tend to prefer the island of Menorca, you wonder if there are secrets about the smaller island that other tourists have not yet discovered. Read the rest of this entry »