Planning a holiday getaway? Consider these three travel tips if you’re planning a summer vacation to the island of Mallorca, Spain
When considering sailboat rentals in the Mediterranean, Ibiza, Mallorca, and Greece are three of the most popular options.
Spain has a surprising amount of quiet and unspoiled coastline. Consider these three stunning Spanish destinations for your next trip.
Beyond Barcelona and Madrid, these are the five cities in Spain worthy you should consider adding to your next European adventure.
In his Barcelona travel guide for first-time visitors, Dave shares recommendations for where to stay and eat, as well as fun things to do.
In this story by Jeremy Palacios, you’ll learn how to travel Andalusia on a budget while discovering all southern Spain has to offer.
There are many to go about walking the Camino de Santiago, and the path you choose will influence the cost of your journey.
Learn how to see Barcelona on budget from a former teacher who spent a year in the region. Discover how much there is to do for free!
When you picture Tenerife, do you imagine only tourist bars and resorts? There’s more to the Canary Islands, including adventures for budget travelers.
A list of some of the best curiosities of the island of Ibiza, for those of you that want to get to know the White Island better.
With so many different ‘barrios’, each one offering a distinct cultural experience, choosing where to stay in Barcelona can be difficult.
It was all around us at TBEX in Girona, but my deep dive into Catalan cuisine really began with the following trip through Costa Brava.
Tossa de Mar is one of the most popular beach towns on Spain’s Costa Brava. It’s known for the 13th century Vila Vella Ramparts which overlook the town.
In conjunction with Burricleta, Dave goes for his first electric bike ride in the streets and forests of Costa Brava, Spain.
Three of the top annual sporting events held on the Canary Islands, including half-marathon and Ironman races.
In this photo essay, Dave takes us through the the fascinating, and slightly weird, Salvador Dalí Museum in Figueres, Spain.