Las Alpujarras, Southern Spain

These crevassed ravines of the lower Sierra Nevada were the last stronghold of the Moors after the Christian reconquest of Spain in the 15th century.

Teruel, near Valencia

An hour and half and a world away from Valencia, the town of Teruel is synonymous with Mudéjar architecture.

Albarracín, an authentic Spanish exerience

Never heard of Albarracín, well it was named Spain’s most beautiful village.


Built astride a huge gash in the mountains carved out by the Río Guadalevín, Ronda is a brawny town with a dramatic history littered with outlaws, bandits, guerrilla warriors and rebels.

Merida, Western Spain

Merida, capital of Extremadura and two hours from Madrid, was once also capital of the Roman province of Lusitania (founded 25 BC) and is still home to the most impressive and extensive Roman ruins in all Spain.

Costa Brava

Forget Barcelona, stretching north from the city to the Spanish–French border, the Costa Brava (‘rugged coast’) is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful.

Pedraza, near Segovia

While Segovia gets all the limelight and many daytrippers from Madrid, Pedraza is overlooked by its more popular neighbor.

Megalithic route of Guadix, Granada

A short drive north east of Granada to a hidden corner of Andalucia, dominated by a vast canyon over 200 meters deep and 20km long, with a remarkable human history that dates back more than 5,000 years.

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