A Southern Spanish region plays host to 22 greenways, spread across more than 425 km of old railway routes, designated for walking, cycling, rollerblading and wheelchair accessibility.
Snow lovers rejoice – Southern Spain’s centre of all things ski and snowboard will kick off its winter season in time for the early December holidays thanks to heavy snowfalls these past few weeks.
Yesterday we talked about responsible hotels and their offer of an unforgettable experience for the tourist.
The combination of tourism, culture and environment has created a new concept of responsible hotels seeking to offer the tourist a true vital experience rather than a journey.
Be the first to know the magnificent natural areas of this environment through hiking or canoeing routes organized by the Town Council Sport Department of Cartaya.
Also known as the Magical Night or the Summer Solstice, Saint John Festivity has two magical ingredients: fire and water.
Through gastronomy, music or different lectures, this Axarquía village honours Islamic, Hebrew and Christian cultures.
The exhibition has raised the expectation of more than 20 million visitors all over the world due to the display of real human bodies.
The 53rd Annual La Cueva de Nerja International Festival of Music and Dance – A One of a Kind Festival Experience
Flamenco and classical music come together against the beautiful, natural backdrop of southern Spain’s Costa del Sol stunning Nerja Cave from July 17 through the 21st.
The Euro Cup 2012 stands out as one of the most important sport events of this year, along with the Olympic Games that will be celebrated in London some weeks later