5 Places to Surf in Spain for Every Skill Level


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 →

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What to See and Do in Tenerife

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 →

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A Taste of Americana: Travel the US


The United States has a lot of beautiful places to visit when the weather is warm. Summer always brings out the best in cities around the country and due to its close proximity to the Spanish speaking world, there are plenty of opportunities to practice your language skills too. Still, today we’re here to talk about the best places to travel in the US during summer. And there’s plenty! Continue Reading →

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Spain’s Best 3 Winter Destinations


Spain has long existed as a top destination for Northern Europeans feeling the icy bite of the winter wind through the months of December, January and February. For the rest of Continental Europe however it’s still just as attractive. Spain’s charm, mixed with its architectural and cultural splendour, keep people coming back all times of year. Continue Reading →

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