Spain - Unforgettable landscapes

Hunting for Jamón in Spain

A culinary journey across the Iberian Peninsula I’m hiking through a forest of oak trees following a farmer who is bleating like a pied piper. Emerging from a gully is a herd of black Iberian pigs, snuffling ...
While preparing for the ’92 Summer Olympics, Barcelona razed abandoned industrial buildings to create 5km of beautiful beaches

Barcelona – a multi-faceted vacation city

The former capitol of the Spanish region of Catalonia, Barcelona is famous for its history, architecture, human scale and perhaps surprisingly – it beaches Barcelona is a favoured port of embarkation for Medit...
Overlooking the old Jewish Quarter in the town of Hervas.

Exploring Spain’s historic Silver Route

Depending on who you talk to, the ancient Roman-built road that once bisected western Spain and is now the core of a 625-mile-long tourist route, is either accurately named or it is not. Although generally call...
Medieval winding cobblestone streets in the old town of Alaca de Heneras

Touring Spain’s World Heritage Cities

In a country whose first inhabitants pre-date the Neolithic period, it’s hardly surprising Spain is endowed with a rich historical past. In fact, for history buffs and lovers of ancient architecture, it offe...