Zahara de los Atunes is a small village in the province of Cádiz in Andalusia, south of Spain. Ideal for sunbathing, short sightseeing walks, and seafoods (especially the red tuna) dining, the town has been a favorite stop-over destination for visitors in the region. It has wide fine sand beaches kissed by aquamarine seawaves, desert species … More SPAIN: Of deserted beaches, crowded fish restaurants and an ancient fortress in Zahara de los Atunes
As the title suggests, the port and city of Cádiz in Andalusia in southwestern Spain is an ancient jewel for local and foreign visitors alike. It offers beautiful beaches, well-preserved fortifications, majestic cathedrals among others. It is one of the places where one should know a little bit of Spanish to get a message across. … More SPAIN: Exploring Cádiz, one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in western Europe
There are so many interesting towns to visit in Costa del Sol’s region in Southern Spain. The day after we enjoyed the beaches and the old town center of Marbella, I decided to go on a walking tour, following the newly built boardwalk along the Mijas Costa beaches. It’s around 6 kilometers one way. I … More SPAIN: A walking tour along Mijas Costa beaches – From Calahonda to Playa la Cala de Mijas
On the third day of our summer vacation in Spain, we headed towards the sophisticated beach resort town of Marbella. It is considered the classiest and most expensive of all the towns comprising the Costa del Sol region in Southern Spain. Up to this day, many rich people, including Arab kings and famous actors like … More SPAIN: Spending a summer day in Marbella – Costa del Sol’s chic and most expensive beach resort town
¡Hola amigos! ¡Hola amigas! Finally, I set foot on Spain, thanks to my Norwegian host family! We spent the summer in the hot, hot, hot Spanish beaches of La Cala de Mijas and Marbella and then, drove all the way south to the ancient port of Cádiz! I also did not miss the chance to experience the city … More SPAIN: Bienvenido a La Cala de Mijas!