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Benifallet Spain Travel Guide

Guest post by our Benifallet Ambassador, writer, personalised travel guide & self-help development author, Jane Clements Benifallet is one of those quintessential dusty Spanish villages, all faded...

Spain Seaside Destinations-Top 10 By The Mediterranean

The Mediterranean Sea has many different climates to offer and beaches to suit every kind of holiday; from rocky beaches near mountain...

Miravet Spain Travel Guide

It’s impossible to miss the striking Castle of Miravet overlooking the River Ebro in Tarragona, Catalonia. The Castle is of Andaluz origin, but was later converted by the Templar Knights into a Castle...

Miravet Cherry Festival

Miravet Cherry Festival Festival Date: 12-06-2016 Did you know that 40% of Catalonia’s cherries are produced in Miravet? Every year on the second Sunday of June, Miravet has a Cherry Festival, in honour...

L’Ampolla Spain Travel Guide

L’Ampolla was my first port of call, excuse the pun, when I decided to rent an apartment and see whether I would stay here long-term. Located on the Costa Dorada, in those early days, I was absolutely...

Amposta Travel Guide

Let me introduce you to the town of Amposta, by borrowing some words from Nobel prize winner, Ernest Hemingway: “I was watching the bridge and the African looking country of the Ebro Delta and wondering...

Mont-roig-del-Camp-Miami-Platja Travel Guide

If 12 kilometres of long sandy coastline sounds good to you, and if you like little intimate coves, and colours and contrasts between the sea and the mountains – then Mont-roig del Camp-Miami-Platja, in the...

La Galera Catalonia Travel Guide

For those of you who enjoy going a little off the beaten track and absorbing typical Catalan villages, then a trip to La Galera might be for you. The pace of life here is slow, with simple duties done at a...

Catalonia Best Beaches-With Blue Flag Status

If you wish to discover a great destination for a beach holiday, then one quick way is to check out the beaches which have been awarded the Blue Flag. This will be particularly important if you’re...

Tarragona Travel Guide

As a huge fan of Barcelona, I can understand why so many visitors gravitate to this wonderful city and live in blissful ignorance of the fascinating city of Tarragona. I can only strongly encourage you to...

Sant Carles de la Rapita Spain Travel Guide

The fishing town of Sant Carles de la Rapita has been an important tourist destination for many years, because of its privileged location at the edge of the Delta de l’Ebre, by the sea, set against a...

Altafulla Spain Travel Guide

Definitely one of the jewels in the Costa Dorada’s crown, Altafulla has a beautiful old quarter and a fine, sandy beach that goes on for over 1 kilometre. The Altafulla promenade has an authentic, rustic...

Altafulla Carnival

Altafulla Carnival In 2015, the Altafulla Carnival started with the Trout Contest. Like most other carnivals here, the highlights are at the weekend, in this case, with the War of Confetti and of course the...

Barnasants Song & Music Festival

Altafulla Barnasants Song & Music Festival Festival Date: 01-02-2015 This is a singer songwriters’ festival which runs during February and March, which in 2015 had its 20th anniversary. It is held...

Altafulla Witches Nights

Altafulla Witches Night Festival Festival Date: 26-06-2015 26th to 27th June – Please note that this year’s dates need to get final confirmation. The festival program is full of...

El Vendrell Travel Guide

Long, sandy beaches, wine, music, culture and heritage are some of the main ingredients in El Vendrell.  Coming here, you’ve arrived into wine country – El Vendrell – is in the famous Penedes...

Torredembarra Spain Travel Guide

Nestled on Catalonia’s Costa Dorada, is the town of Torredembarra, which has good beaches, an old quarter, a harbour and an interesting natural area – Els Muntanyans. This protected area runs for...

Cambrils Travel Guide

Cambrils is one of the destinations that has been awarded the Family Holiday Destination seal of quality by the Catalan Government and when you visit, it’s obvious why. This is a lively town, but not...

Alcanar Spain Travel Guide

Made up of three distinctive parts, Alcanar has its fair share to offer tourists, who want to enjoy a typical, relaxing holiday in the area. The town of Alcanar is 3 km from the sea, where you’ll find...