Aug 08 2016
May 20 2016
A quick look at Spain
For those thinking of investing or relocating to Spain, here are a few basic facts that may be of interest: Covering an area of around 504,780 square kilometres with a population of approximately 40,341,462 out of which there are approximately 3.7 million foreigners residing. Spain is a vibrant coun...
Mar 11 2016
Nov 13 2015
Top five World Heritage sites
Sep 18 2015
Sevilla: charming beautiful and captivating
Jun 19 2015
Madrid the cultural hub of Europe
Madrid, the capital of Spain offers a wide array of attractions. It offers a perfect blend of art, traditions, culture, sports and a stunning night life. This destination is considered to be the cultural hub of Europe. This city is visited by countless vacationers who come here to witness some of th...
Sep 18 2014
The beautiful Balearics Islands: 2,193,677 tourists visited
Substantial foreign visitor growth to the Balearic Islands showed a 2.2% increase in 2014 from over the same period in 2013, these were the findings of a survey conducted by the Tourist Movement Frontera. • It was good news for all regions of the Balearics which showed 18.7% of all international tou...
Jun 20 2014
The ultimate guide to Torrevieja
Famous for salt production, Torrevieja was once a fishing village annihilated by an earthquake. Two centuries later, it is a bustling expatriate dwelling dubbed as ‘Costa del Yorkshire’ and a mere stone’s throw away from the tourist metropolis of Alicante. Enjoying a micro climate, Costa Blanca has ...
Jun 05 2014
Guide: the best beaches in Spain
Feb 14 2014
Great things to do in Madrid
As a capital and political centre of Spain, Madrid is portrayed as a hub of creative and cultural activity. Also known for its vivacious night life and fun-loving people, one cannot just simply ignore including this place on their places to visit wishlist. Enlisted below are some of the unique exper...
Jul 06 2013
Off the beaten track: sailing the Balearics
Spain is famous for great food, wine and culture; and for those seeking warm weather and fun in the sun, the Balearics are just the ticket. If crowded resort towns and beaches sound too hectic, why not get off the beaten track and charter a yacht for your Spanish holiday? • The country features two ...
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