Category: Spain

Denia, Spain

Denia is an attractive beach town with lots of outdoor activities 1 hour 20 minutes from Alicante airport and 95 km from Valencia. It’s a good place to visit any time of the year as it stays open, unlike some other touristy towns.  It has 20 km of long sandy beaches and rocky coves.

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A day trip to Guadalest, Spain

One of the most picturesque must-see places to visit when holidaying in Benidorm or the Alicante area has to be Guadalest.
It’s a charming village with spectacular views over surrounding countryside, the lake and mountains.

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Seville, Spain

Seville’s historic centre is a maze of little streets, pretty squares and alleys The place is full of history, and a wonderful place to get lost in. It was perfect to wander around, eat some tapas and glass of wine and wander some more.

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Salamanca, Spain

Salamanca is known as La Dorada (“The Golden City”) because of the glow of its sandstone buildings. “The skyline” is dominated by the Cathedral. There are plenty of museums, churches, a palace, old buildings, “plazas” etc. It is full of history and is a vibrant town.

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San Sebastian, Spain

We loved the old quarter’s narrow winding streets which are full of bars and restaurants.  This part of town is called Parte Vieja, which is a paradise for tapas lovers.  The bars are filled with the most unbelievable gourmet snacks you can imagine.

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Peniscola, Spain

Peniscola is a really pretty town which has a fortified harbour and a castle perched on a large ridge overlooking the sea. It is quite an impressive sight and can be seen from miles away.  The castle was built by the Knights Templar in the 1200’s.

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Benidorm,

We were particularly looking forward to lunch at Levis Showboat as they do the most amazing salads.  I had camembert wrapped in sliced beef and Ray had sticky chilli beef.   They come in a crispy tortilla basket (so delicious, but so naughty).

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Calpe, Spain

A beautiful natural landscape, breathtaking beaches, a marina and great food. If you are feeling energetic you can hike to the top of the rock and experience breathtaking views in all directions.  From the top on a clear day, you can see the island of Formentera and the cape of Santa Pola. 

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Valencia

There were great off-road cycle lanes running alongside the beach in both directions one into Albufera National Park and the other direction straight into Valencia.  There was also a bus stop right outside the entrance to the site which we used a couple of times to take the 20-minute journey into the Old Town and Arts & Sciences complex.

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Marina d’Or Resort Spain

The campsite was quite small but very cosy and intimate. We were provided with a timetable of events and took advantage of the “Specials’ on the menu several days. The Chicken Paella was really good and recommend it to anyone staying there.

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Tarragona, Spain

There are many Roman ruins in Tarragona, old columns part of the walls etc. but the Roman Amphitheatre is the most interesting and impressive among them.  It was built in the second century and excavated in 1952.  It’s a well-preserved example of Tarragona’s impressive Roman heritage.

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Llanes, Spain

Strewn alongside the far end of the pier like a set of children’s blocks are the ‘cubes of memory’, painted by Agustin Ibarrola.  They are large reinforced cubes that act as a breakwater and protect the harbour from fierce winter storms.  Some are painted with apples and citrus fruits which were the main agricultural and export products in the nineteenth century.

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