Vejer de la Frontera

Vejer de la Frontera is one of the most beautiful towns in the region of Cádiz, Spain. It was declared Historic-Artistic Grouping in 1976 and it was awarded the I National Prize for Town Embellishment and Improvement in 1978. It is so attractive, touristically speaking, that it was also awarded the distinction of Zone of […]


noche de San Juan

Saint John’s Eve, in Andalusia, is one of the most important and expected dates in the annual holiday calendar. It is one of the most desired dates for those who love magic, rituals, traditions and the holiday. This is the night of the bonfires at the beaches and squares in Andalusian towns and cities. The […]



Jerez Fair is one of the events that draw more international tourism to this city. A typical Andalusian festivity that lasts for a little over a week during May, each year. It is different from other Andalusian festivities in the fact that it revolves around horses. That is why its official name is Feria del […]

Alternative plans to enjoy the Easter holidays


Each year, more of us are looking for alternative Easter holiday plans. We want to make the most of these days off to do something different, away from our routine. To have new experiences that relax us or excite us, that are fun and that put us to the test. Alternative Easter plans are so […]

7 traditional winter dishes in Andalucia


The Spanish food of the Costa del Sol is not limited to spit and little fish, traditional Andalusian food culture is rich and varied and at this time, nothing better than warm recipes to take care of the throat and comfort the body. We teach you seven traditional winter dishes of Andalucia, that also take […]

Cadiz Carnival, a unique event to enjoy the ‘art’ of Cadiz

Carnaval de Cadiz

In February, Cadiz becomes a party. It’s Carnival time. The joy of the carnival fills the streets of Cadiz. The city becomes a stage and its people the main actor because Don Carnal arrives. The whole town is committed to the carnival, it is a perfect opportunity to know and enjoy the wit and grace […]

25 Malaga facts that surely you did not know

Malaga aerial view

Visiting Malaga is much more than enjoy its fabulous coastline and beautiful landscapes. Malaga has a millenary and urban character but still keeps the traditions and history of its ancestors. The Mediterranean culture prevails in its customs. Malaga is a city that is in fashion. There are plenty of reasons for that and plenty of […]

The Andalusian wine, a culture of life


Andalusia has an ancient tradition in the culture of the grapevine and in the production of wines of great prestige and fame around the world. The topography, geology and climate of the Andalusian soils are excellent for the cultivation of the grapevine. The Mediterranean climate and the different microclimates, the mild average temperatures (16°C), the […]

The European anchovy, the protagonist of the Málaga cuisine


During a visit to Malaga, there are a number of places worth visiting. In addition to touring the streets of the old town, some of the sites that are well worth a visit are the Alcazaba, the Cathedral and its Museum, the Roman Theatre, the renovated Port, museums like Picasso and Thyssen or the Castle […]

(Español) ¿Cómo celebran la Nochevieja en el mundo? Te contamos las tradiciones más curiosas

Feliz fin de año

(Español) Si vives en España, seguro que ya tienes preparadas las 12 uvas, el champán y alguna prenda de color rojo para recibir el año nuevo. Pero, ¿te has parado a pensar cómo celebran la Nochevieja en el resto del mundo?   Atento porque quizá te plantees incorporar nuevos rituales a la celebración de esta noche tan mágica. […]

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