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Things to see in Xàtiva, Spain

The secret treasure of Valencia: Xàtiva

Concealed in valleys away from the coast are some of Spain's most attractive villages and towns. Though it is not neccessary to travel too far away from the coast to see such places that display entirely different scenery and landscapes, it is often the case that people simply miss out! Just one of these hidden treasures is the Valencian town of...

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012
Ferrari at Valencia 2011

Preparations begin for a new season of Formula One in Spain

Due to its pleasant weather and prime facilities, Spain has grown to become one of the favourite locations amongst the excelling teams currently getting ready for the new season. Jerez, Barcelona and Valenica belong to the circuits that are featured significantly, drawing the top motor racing drivers away from their planning and factory workshops...

Friday, March 9th, 2012
 Views Altea luxury property

A modern villa for sale in Altea, Costa Blanca with a magnificent view

There are places which portray truly privileged lifestyles: exclusive and charming places with splendid aspects, the type of areas that are only dreamt about. The Mediterranean has its own share of these places, thus you don't need to rely on expensive locations such as Manaco, St Tropez and Porto Cervo. ...

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012
An extraordinary collection of motor vehicles and art work which takes you on a journey through time over the last century

An extraordinary collection of motor vehicles and art work which takes you on a journey through time over the last century

The stereotypical image of the Costa del Sol is sun, sea and sand with many prestigious golfing resorts and a fantastic night life – this image is changing every day.  Although Málaga is the ideal beach holiday escape resort, this unique city is rapidly expanding as one of the most prestigious cultural areas in Spain. The history of Málaga...

Friday, February 17th, 2012
Montañar with Tosca stone

Traditional honey coloured Tosca stone from Javea

Walk through the streets of the atmospheric and traditional old town of Javea located on the Spanish east coast, an hour or so north from Alicante, and you will notice a certain honey-gold glow to the buildings in this region. This is particularly noticeable in the late summer afternoons when the setting sun bathes this region in a rich golden...

Monday, January 30th, 2012
Javea Paseo

Exploring Jávea

More commonly known as an elegant tranquil Mediterranean resort destination on Spain´s eastern coast, the quaint, small town of Jávea is a typically Spanish country town with fantastic views of the cliffs surrounding a bright blue bay and mountains encircling a deep green valley. However, Jávea has so much more to offer. ...

Friday, December 23rd, 2011
The cove at La Granadella, Javea

La Granadella, the hidden and unspoilt treasure of Jávea

La Granadella is a tranquil and secluded paradise in the midst of protected parkland, popular for the  few that know of it's existence. Located just a a short distance from Jávea, this cove sits on the area of coastline just past the cape of Cap de la Nao, which juts out in the Mediterranean in the direction of the Balearic Islands. This spot,...

Monday, October 31st, 2011
Modern design villa for sale, La Sella, Costa Blanca

A Denia Dream…

Suave, sleek, modern properties are generally found in the exclusive areas of many cities and the more relaxed, traditional homes are perfect seaside holiday escapes. However, occasionally you come across those properties that bring a new, cutting edge excitement to the beach. This exceptional villa in La Sella, near the pretty Costa Blanca resort...

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011
Fish and seafood stalls, Mercado Central, Valencia

Modernist architecture and fresh local delicacies at Valencia’s Mercado Central

Visiting Mediterranean, and particularly Spanish indoor markets, is a true cultural experience. These enclosed shopping centres are melting pots for fresh locally-sourced produce, but also for culture, tradition and often unique and stunning architecture. Valencia's Mercado Central is amongst the oldest public markets in Europe and has attracted...

Monday, September 12th, 2011
An Amphorae found on Denia beach

Denia beach uncovers further Roman artefacts

An important archaeological discovery was made, quite by chance, after an innocent holiday maker stumbled upon the remains of two ancient Roman vases whilst swimming off the coast of Denia. The containers, or amphorae, according to initial examinations date back to the second century AD and are likely to have been produced in a ceramic workshop...

Monday, September 5th, 2011