The Amazing Costa Dorada

Costa Dorada is also known as the Gold Coast and if you ever decide to visit it, you will immediately understand why people call it like this: the 135 kilometers that stretch from Mataro to Pensicola enjoy a spectacular sun and long, golden and delicate beaches.  Its beaches represent an impressive temptation for those who love the sun, the sand and the water, because they are all fine and bathed by shallow, crystal clear waters. Continue reading The Amazing Costa Dorada

Spain, A Wonderful Tourist Destination

Spain, a country in Europe and a member state of European Union, is located in south-western Europe. It is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea to the south and east, by France to the north and by Portugal and Atlantic Ocean to the northwest and west. The capital of Spain is the city of Madrid. The official language of Spain is Spanish with other recognized regional languages being Aranese, Basque, Catalan/Valencian and Galician. The peseta was the old currency in use in Spain. In 2002, it was replaced by the euro. Continue reading Spain, A Wonderful Tourist Destination


Navarra is a region with a very strong history and occupies a privileged geographical position, south of the Pyrenees Mountain Range on the western side. It was an important medieval kingdom born of the struggle against Muslims, and in modern times was built in the crown of Castile, though maintained its own laws. Continue reading Navarra


Murcia Murcia, capital of the Autonomous Region in south-eastern Spain, is located on the banks of the River Segura. Of ancient foundation in the course of its history the city (300,000 inhabitants) has undergone numerous achievements; including the Arab conquest which has left its mark. Murcia enjoys a climate among the best in Spain, thanks to high temperatures and low rainfall throughout the year, so you can visit it in any season. Continue reading Murcia

Javea Tourism

Javea is a town located mid way to Valencia from Alcante to the north of Costa Blanca. This resort seems like a dwarf in front of the mountain of Montgo and is believed that it was once an elephant, which turned into a firm rock. Tourists flock the area throughout the peak season, however this town has annulled the building of tall constructions although many towns and cities like Benidorm of Costa Blanca have high-rise buildings. Continue reading Javea Tourism

Estepona Tourism

The resort town, Estepona, is situated near the Sierra Bermaja mountain range, 50 miles west of Malaga on the Costa del Sol. Unlike several other towns on this extended coast, this town however holds a gracious Spanish feeling and is famous for its old narrow town roads and accustomed tapas bars. Continue reading Estepona Tourism

Costa Teguise Tourism Free Article

Approximately four miles from the island capital, Arrecife, Costa Teguise is situated on the south of Lanzarote. Luxurious vacation resorts were built here for high profile personalities but lately it has been transformed into a friendly town. Continue reading Costa Teguise Tourism Free Article

Costa De Luz: A Travel Guide

Discovering Costa de Luz

Costa de Luz is definitely the most southern coast that Spain has and a very popular one due to its spectacular climate. Its shores stretch from Tarifa, which is renowned as being a paradise for surfers up to the beautiful Taguas estuary that forms the natural border with Portugal. Continue reading Costa De Luz: A Travel Guide

Costa Calida As A Holiday Destination

The beautiful coast

Costa Calida is located in the south eastern corner of Spain, just 40 kilometers away from the famous Murcia and it started to become a more and more popular tourist attraction due to the fact that its climate is an enviable one and its beaches are some of the finest and most delicate you have ever seen. Continue reading Costa Calida As A Holiday Destination

Cartagena City


Cartagena is a city of 184,686 inhabitants located in the Spanish autonomous community of Murcia. The climate of the area is defined as subtropical Mediterranean arid or sub-arid. The temperatures are made ​​more pleasant by its maritime position, although the rainfall rarely exceeds 300 mm annual average. This places the city among the driest in Europe. Continue reading Cartagena City