The Costa Brava, located in Catalonia, is known for its excellent climate, its unspoiled beaches, its delicious cuisine and its landscapes, characterized by being rocky and steep. In addition, this area offers activities for everyone: from more relaxed plans like spending the day on the beach, to more daring activities; from snorkeling to boat trips, cycling routes, horseback riding, walking… For those who like to party, the nightlife is also excellent. If you are not decided yet, here are ten Instagram images of the Costa Brava to appreciate its beauty. A post shared by x a v i d í […]
Last June 15th was a historical day: the famous (and hated) roaming charges officially disappeared throughout the European Union. In case you didn’t know, roaming fees are charged by telephone networks for calling or surfing the Internet from a foreign country. This surcharge has been eliminated after more than 10 years of talks and, finally, EU citizens will be able to use their mobiles as if they were in their own country wherever they are. Although this seems great, the truth is that there are some hidden details that we must be aware of to avoid problems and surprises. How […]
Although we all know Benidorm now and there are many who spend their summer there, we must not forget that a few years ago Benidorm was not like now: virgin beaches and a small village remind us that time passes for all. Do not miss this collection of historical photos of Benidorm!
Tossa de Mar, a town known by all for its paradisiacal beaches and its incredible wall, has a great history. To learn about its origin we must travel 6,000 years back, to the Neolithic. From that time we can still find dolmens, menhirs and utensils made of stone and ceramics. It was esssentially after the year 100 when the Romans began to populate Tossa de Mar, formerly known as Turissa. One of its villas, Villa Romana dels Ametllers, was located right in the center of the town and can be visited today. This villa was built between the first century […]
Although some might think that Tarragona is just another beach destination, hidden in this city are more than 2.200 years of history, and it was declared a World Heritage Site in 2000. Tarragona, or Tarraco, as it was historically known, is a city of Roman origin, full of monuments of that time camouflaged between buildings of contemporary construction. Although it may seem almost impossible, the Roman amphitheatre, still in good condition, had a capacity of up to 30 thousand people. If you visit with a guide, you will learn all about the Roman traditions and the atmosphere of the place […]