Day out Alicante: El Palmeral de Elche

So – you’re in the busy Costa Blanca, lounging on its lovely beaches. But for a bit of variety, you might be looking for something a little different to do. Perhaps away from the hustle and bustle? If so, may I recommend tranquility among palm [...]

World at a Glance: Valencia’s ancient silk exchange, a temple to trade

As you wander through Valencia's lovely old city, you'll come across a flamboyantly fascinating building with delicious details: grotesque gargoyles and fantastical figures surrounding the main doors. Be sure to move in close, there's lots to look at. This is La Lonja de la Seda, [...]

2018-03-02T16:27:00+00:002 March 2018|Spain, UNESCO World Heritage|

11 most popular Instagrams in July 2015

The most popular Instagrams in July come from the Netherlands, France, Belgium, Sweden, Germany and Spain. Let's get to it: 11. Antwerp mural. Much as I adore Tin Tin, there's more to Belgian street art and murals than Hergé's intrepid journo. Here's a wall in Antwerp. 10 [...]

Ranxo ses Roques: horse riding in Majorca (I loved it!)

By Catarina Redisch in Port d'Alcúdia   I'll admit it right away: whenever we're travelling (and we travel lots), I'm not entirely happy unless I can ride, at least once. You see, riding is my life. I love horses more than anything in the world. [...]

2015-10-04T23:17:42+00:006 June 2013|Animals, Europe with kids, Mallorca|

Viva Bahia, a fabulous Majorca family hotel

The Viva Bahia is located on the northern coast of Majorca, just steps away from a lovely beach, Playa Muro, in the Bay of Alcudia. This is a large hotel, more a resort really, and we were there for only three days, not nearly enough [...]

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