Posts tagged Spain
Españolita Trips - The Mediterranean Retreat

The personal experience is something that remains a consistent talking point when referring to travel. Airbnb launched their 'Experiences' offering last year and it has been a huge success with more and more travellers want to connect to the place they are visiting. When we discovered Españolita Trips we were immediately drawn to Founder Carmen Ruiz's strong focus on wanting to share her Mallorca with others.

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Vejer de la Frontera - Costa de la Luz gem

The white washed, hilltop town of Vejer de la Frontera unquestionably constitutes an oasis in the region of Andalusia in southern Spain. Only 10 minutes drive from the picturesque beaches of El Palmar, this beautiful setting is one of the most alluring towns on Spanish soil. For history buffs, this petite find is a place with special appeal for being an enclave for Southern Europe's oldest civilisations, the Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Romans.

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Postcards from Menorca

Menorca (Minorca) is a true paradise in the Mediterranean, with idyllic country retreats, secret nature spots and peaceful beach coves. Menorca has a special tempo to the island; the locals live a slower, quieter pace of life. To visit Mallorca's little sister island is to experience a true sense of escape.

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72hrs in Valencia

Valencia is one of the liveliest and largest cities in Spain. It is located smack right in the middle of the country's eastern coastline almost in line with the Balearic Islands. The beaches are stunning beautiful, the buzzing lifestyle of the locals is inspiring, and the splendid nightlife is full of the funnest parties. Together with an ample cultural offer, the city has so much to cater for the traveller. 

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Zaragoza - on the banks of the sturdy Ebro river

Zaragoza (Saragossa in english) is the middlemost city in the Aragon region of Spain and houses over 60% of the territorys´ population and industry. This city has carried on a load of weight to defend the nation in the countrys' past time. Walk its streets and you can see remnants of their Roman, Moorish, and Christian history. The most significant remaining Roman landmark is a...

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