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guest post by Emily CollinsThe 1.2 kilometre Las Ramblas is the most famous street in Barcelona, and in particular the south contains some of the city’s most unique tourist attractions. Many people don’t realise that this tree-lined boulevard is actually made up of five inter-connected streets, which stretch all the way up from the marina at Port Vell to Placa Catalunya in the northern ....Continue Reading >>
by Amy BakerAspiring Tiger Woods’ may be unable to think of anything better than a holiday chock a block full of Tenerife golf but what does the island offer for those who like something a little more adrenaline fuelled? Well, this volcanic Canary Island is just the spot for a multitude of activities designed to get those pulses racing and year round sunshine guarantees that it will always ....Continue Reading >>
guest post by AirtoursThe Canary Islands have long been associated with all inclusive holidays. has recently voted the Canaries as having six out of ten of the best beaches in the whole of Spain. However, there is far more to the archipelago than just glorious temperatures, crystal clear waters and powder soft sand.Canary Islands OverviewThe Canary Islands are group of Spanish islands ....Continue Reading >>
guest post by Amanda HattersburgSpain's popularity as a holiday destination means there are many attractive Spain holiday deals to choose from, whether you’re looking to indulge in some scintillating time in the sun or view the architecture that has made it such a fascinating tourist attraction. But despite the diverse range of activities across the country, there is one thing holiday-makers universally ....Continue Reading >>
guest post (and photography) from Sandra Vallaure, editor of Seville Traveller, a website providing useful information on Seville for independent travellersSeville is the most beautiful city in Spain. Actually, Spaniards often compare it to a woman and always define it as elegant, majestic and gorgeous.Additionally, it was one of the first Spanish cities founded by the Romans. As you can imagine, ....Continue Reading >>
guest post by Roberta Summer of, your local travel guide to worldwide destinations.Spain’s Costa del Sol is known for its sunshine, sandy beaches and carefree fly and flop getaways. Both Spaniards and foreigners alike flock here for sun kissed breaks where days can be spent chilling out by the sea or unwinding by one of the many hotel pools dotted around the area.There is of ....Continue Reading >>
Valencia and eastern Spain is famous for a traditional sweet milky drink called Horchata (or orxata de xufa in the local Catalan language). Originally introduced by the Moors around 1000 years ago, the drink is so popular that horchaterias, a kind of cafe, are in several of the Valencian towns.Made from tigernuts (the tuberous roots of a kind of grass) mixed with water and sugar, and served icy cold, ....Continue Reading >>
by Amanda Hattersburg. Amanda writes about everything travel related focussing on Canary Islands holidays. She writes frequently on travel subjects and enjoys publishing guest articles.Despite being a set of seven distinct islands, much of the tourism in the Canaries is centred on four of the islands.Being the second largest of the Canary Islands, Fuerteventura boats a booming tourist economy. ....Continue Reading >>
by Elegant ResortsLa Residencia hotel is situated in the small village known as Deia, Spain. It is an ideal place for a luxury holiday in Spain with its luxurious spa facilities and tennis courts and stunning mountain views. It is located close to the Mediterranean Sea and offers guests the unique experience of fun, comfort and seclusion. Tucked away on a hillside, surrounded by a host of trees ....Continue Reading >>
guest post by Fiona HilliardJijona (or Xixona as Valencians like to call it) is one of those places you can only dream about stumbling upon. Set in the foothills of the leafy mountains, just a 25km drive north of Alicante, not only is it a town that’s little known to tourists but it’s also famous all over Spain for both luscious ice cream and a yummy almond treat called Turrón. Turrón holds ....Continue Reading >>
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My name is Mark and I’m a keen traveller. In fact, over the last 25 years, I’ve travelled to every continent and over 80 countries. This blog is about the most memorable destinations – the places I regard as the travel wonders of the world. I’m also a keen photographer, and have taken nearly all the photos you’ll see. During my travels, I’ve met some incredible people, seen inspiring places, viewed extraordinary wildlife and scenery and had some amazing experiences, and I’m writing these stories not only to entertain but primarily to inspire others to discover their own travel wonders.

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