If you select your holiday destination by salivating over pictures of the local cuisine rather than seeking out sandy beaches, a traditional self-catering holiday could offer you and your stomach a little more satisfaction. Free from the restricted food choices of the hotel buffet and corresponding prohibitive meal times, you can work your way through the local delicacies, dine at the best restaurants in the area and take home a recipe or two to add to your international repertoire.
Think Spain and you instantly picture bullfights in Seville, tapas bars serving you with the best of chorizo delights, running with the bulls in Pamplona, flamenco dancers foot-tapping to throaty staccatos and so much more. Continue Reading →
For the most enthusiastic surfers, getting the best waves is a permanent, real life fixation. To them, there is magic in every part of the world in regards to the surf spots. Exotic names of a few far-flung places, like Bali, Tahiti or the Maldives are constantly etched in the hearts and minds of many a surfer. But while there is great surf at these destinations, it’s worthwhile to remember that there are numerous other places, closer to home, which offer some equally thrilling experience for the adventurous.
So here are MySpanishAdventure.com’s top 5 places to surf in Spain, for people of all levels of expertise. Continue Reading →
Tenerife is a beautiful and rugged volcanic island located in the Canary Islands. Out of the seven Canary Islands, it is the largest and most populated. In fact, over 5 million people visit Tenerife every year. Many people visit the island to escape the cold winters of the north because the weather in Tenerife in November averages a perfect 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Continue Reading →
Hola! I'm Will Peach and I left my 9-5 London lifestyle in the last half of 2011 to learn Spanish to fluency and figure out what to see in Spain while living on the cheap.