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About Spain

As stereotypical as it is diverse, to experience Spain is to experience "la dulce vida" (not to be confused with its Italian cousin's equivalent, "la dolce vita"). Culinarily obsessed and with bucket loads of cultural heritage, Spain is both passionate and sophisticated. From beachfront boutiques to clifftop castles, luxury villas to trendy urban studio's, accommodation in Spain caters to all. Whether you're after a romantic 5* honeymoon retreat or an all-inclusive package holiday (with many options in between), Spain is the perfect place to getaway for friends, families or loved ones.

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Spain Blog posts

From Ireland's most popular travel bloggers

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10th April 2022 by One Step 4ward

The ‘La Tomatina’ Tomato Festival Spain; Everything to know and how to plan your visit!

TLDR? La Tomatina Festival in Spain is a once-yearly festival in a small town near Valencia (Bunol). For 1 hour in the middle of the day, trucks carry 120 tonnes of tomatoes. 20,000+ people (many of whom are very drunk!) have a giant tomato fight. When the horn sounds, it’s over, and the hoses come to wash the place down. What’s not to love right?!...

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4th April 2022 by The Travel Expert

Salou Holidays – Best family apartments, hotels and campsites in Salou

From self catering apartments to luxury 5-star hotels, I’ve hand picked apartments, hotels and campsites for the best Salou holidays for families....

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10th February 2022 by The Travel Expert

Family holidays in Lanzarote – My top 20 picks on where to stay

With year round sunshine, glorious sandy beaches, family friendly facilities, and duty-free status, it is no surprise that family holidays in Lanzarote are highly sought after. Another plus is that most properties are only two or three stories high, due to Lanzarote’s building laws that prohibit high rise blocks. There is a myriad of accommodation options to choose from, including 3-star apartments and luxury five-star family resorts, and I have tried to cater for all tastes and budgets....

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27th November 2017 by Wandering On

Exploring The Anaga Mountains, Tenerife

The Canary Island of Tenerife is a place that feels very familiar – even if you’ve never actually visited, you probably know someone who has or you’ve heard a lot about it. Similar to mainland Spain’s most visited province Andalusia, Tenerife is breathtakingly beautiful once you move away from the crowded resorts. The Anaga Mountains are a particularly beautiful destination located on Tenerife’s northernmost tip, the Anaga Peninsula....

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11th May 2015 by Wandering On

Getting off the beaten track in Catalonia

Sitting on a sun-kissed beach on the Costa Brava in Catalonia, staring out across the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean, a cocktail in one hand and a good book in the other- life couldn’t be better- or could it?...

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26th February 2015 by Wandering On

5 days in Madrid: Why we found it hard to leave

Madrid is often overlooked by those visiting Spain, who tend to favour Catalonia’s Barcelona as the ‘must-see’ Spanish location. This is most definitely not the wisest option as Madrid has plenty to offer. The good news is it’s very well connected with the rest of Europe by train, bus and lots of options for cheap flights to Spain. We spent 5 days in Madrid after only planning three and we found it hard to leave for a number of reasons....