Tapas O Tapas, the fantastic Spanish nibble, the variety, the deliciousness and the sheer volume of tapas makes it a quintessential part of Spanish culture and identity. Sure you can get tapas anywhere now, go to a Spanish restaurant chain in the UK or a €1 tapas bar on the Spanish Costa, to sample these […]
The city of Cadiz, with over three thousand years of history, is the oldest in Western Europe. Phonecians, Romans, Muslims and Christians have all left their mark, once a stronghold, imposing walls, castles and fortifications still line parts of the seafront. The city houses many preserved historic buildings; museums, towers, arches, churches, flamenco clubs, theatre, […]
A fantastic feature of Spain’s vast province of Andalucia is the abundance of stunning white villages, or pueblo blancos. Often perched high up on the hill sides with a dominant church tower or castle and a centralised plaza where you can socialise, or simply sit and people watch. Best explored on foot through their narrow lanes […]
The Costa de la Luz, is Western Spain’s ‘Coast of Light’ and includes the Cadiz and Huelva provinces. Tourists head for the beautiful Costa Del Sol in their droves, to sample the sunshine and sangria, however if you are the kind of traveller who would like to discover the wilder white sandy beaches with less crowds, and development, the Costa de la Luz is a must visit.