It looks like we all might be spending quite a few hours within the 4 walls of our homes because of the coronavirus lockdown. You may have already read 3 books, watched 5 series and even learnt Mandarin Chinese, but don’t panic if you’re running out of things to entertain yourself.
Semana Santa is almost upon us again and the Easter holidays are a very important festival in Spain, celebrated this year from 5th to the 12th of April 2020. Due to the coronavirus outbreak in Spain, this year's celebrations may be a little different.
Olive oil is an authentic delicacy that we can serve both to accompany our most special dinners or a toast for breakfast. Its properties and benefits for our health are innumerable, and must become a basic ingredient in our cuisine.
Summer is a great time to visit Spain on holiday and get away to the beach. Temperatures soar above 40⁰C in the hottest months of July and August in some areas, mostly in the south of Spain, and life takes on a slower pace.
If you’re visiting the Canary Islands in Spain and looking for some unusual things to do in Lanzarote, you can’t do much better than eat El Diablo restaurant, the famous volcano restaurant where they cook the food without electricity or gas but using the heat of the volcano. Discover Spain's most ex
A food tour is a great way to have an ‘alternative’ holiday: you can get away for a stress-free break with family or friends while enjoying the sights, smells and, above all, the tastes of a new place.
Mallorca is a tourist destination that offers an astoundingly wide variety of restaurants, bars and clubs. This article is for people who go out of their way to find the best alternative places where the locals go, and not just the typical tourist traps.
In Spain, the Holy Week of Easter is more than chocolate eggs and bunnies; it is a commemoration of the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, celebrated in the most sombre, most extravagantly Catholic way possible.
Spanish omelette is without a doubt the pride and joy of all Spanish people. Pretty much the national dish in Spain, ‘tortilla de patata’ is made from fried potatoes and egg, and many people choose to add extra ingredients like onion or chorizo.