Malaga is the sixth-largest city in Spain. Considered to be the most cosmopolitan city in southern Spain, this city is the home to over 571,000 citizens and it’s also one of the most chosen tourist attractions in the entire country.
Using an electric vehicle for long journeys may seem a bit adventurous but it’s not that difficult anymore. Follow our journey along the French & Spanish coast.
Experience volcanic majesty, imported beaches, and stunning scenery on Spain’s largest Canary Island, Tenerife. Dotted with resorts and off-the-beaten-path attractions, this island in the Spanish archipelago offers culture, beauty, and coastlines aplenty. Here are the top five attractions you don’t want to miss on your visit to Tenerife.
Ibiza’s clubs are only a recent addition to the island and anyone who visits will find that Ibiza has a lot more on offer than just repetitive electronic beats.
For me, being a digital nomad is about living life on the road, while still being able to pursue your career of choice. It is the perfect blend of work, leisure and adventure. One of my most memorable sojourns as a digital nomad was the one I took along the Camino de Santiago.
There are many good reasons why you should visit Fuerteventura, one of Spain’s Canary Islands.
There’s no denying that it’s a great city but if you just visit Barcelona without exploring the rest of Catalonia, then you’re missing out.
Las Ramblas is a must for anyone who comes to Barcelona, but it’s not without it’s faults. Here, we’ll have a look at five things you need to be aware of if you visit this iconic street.
When we think of Spain, we think of hanging out at a beach restaurant, enjoying sangria and paella. But have you ever wondered how it looks like during winter season?
Alicante is a top picked destination for tourists all over the world due to its stunning Mediterranean beaches, historical castles, and paradisiacal sunny weather.