If there is a place in Spain where there is always a pleasant weather, where the sea and the mountain combine perfectly and the volcanic landscapes go hand in hand with the virgin beaches, that is undoubtedly the corner that covers the Canary Islands.
Madrid, Madrid, Madrid. The Mexican Agustín Lara would define this millenary city as the cradle of the compliment and 'chotis'. Today that description is very short. The streets once visited by the poet Federico García Lorca, the filmmaker Luis Buñuel, the philosopher José Ortega y
Many new attractions, renovations and museums have been popping up in Valencia over the last year. Most notable perhaps are BombasGens, a contemporary art museum housed inside a renovated bomb factory, and the restoration of the San Nicolás church dubbed Valencia’s ‘Sistine Chapel’.
Ever heard of Jávea? It’s that dreamy, tranquil coastal town just an hour’s drive north from Benidorm.
Moving to Jávea has been the ideal for many British expats. With its “good-quality” of life, stunning beaches, and plenty of restaurants and shops, it could be called
By Terri Brown
Madrid, the capital of Spain and home to the country's Royal family as well as the Government, is a thoroughly modern metropolitan city with a population of nearly 3.5 million people. It is also the biggest city the country.
It's not surprising, therefore, that