As someone living in the Netherlands, a country that’s famous the world over for its windmills, I’m naturally intrigued every time I stumble across these wonderful machines anywhere in the world.... Read More
Barcelona, Valencia, Malaga and the Costa del Sol…. visitors to Spain may be easily attracted to its Mediterranean coastline for it sun-drenched beaches and culturally rich ports. But it’s the country’s... Read More
The Tablas de Daimiel: A Surprising Discovery in Spain’s La Mancha
Spain, Spain, you’re all the same.
Full of sunshine, sand and sky-high white complexes that spill lobsters into places so crowded... Read More
Galicia, Spain: The Salty Northern Sea Coast
Of course, every coast is salty. But northwest Spainâ€™s Galician coastline seems the saltiest of all: its landscape licked into shape by the churning,... Read More
Back in the time when men wore tights and puffy-ruffled adornments around their neck, the world of literature exploded.
In England, Shakespeareâ€™s plays strutted across the Globe. In Spain, Miguel Cervantes... Read More
Barcelona is the capital city of Catalonia, Spain and with 1.6 million people, it is the second most populous city in Spain. Its location on the northeast Iberian Peninsula means it is lined... Read More