La Graciosa es una de las volcánicas Islas Canarias y el destino perfecto para una excursión de un día. Su ubicación es 2 km al norte de la isla de Lanzarote, y es administrada por el municipio de Teguise. La isla forma parte del Archipiélago Chinijo. Su longitud es de 8 km y el ancho es de unos 4 km, haciendo un área total de 29 km2.
La ruta del vino de La Geria, Lanzarote
La ruta del vino de La Geria es un itinerario en la isla de Lanzarote que recorre cinco lugares estratégicos de la Comarca de La Geria.
El Roc de Sant Gaietà – Vuelta a España, a Spanish tour. Part XIV.
We didn’t even know what to do in Roc de Sant Gaietà the first time we arrived here. Neither that because of job reasons we will end up living around it. This was our last step on our first Vuelta a España - a Spanish tour travel series. El Roc de Sant Gaietà is not …
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Let’s get lost in Catalonia! 10 more picturesque non-coastal Catalan villages – part II.
In the first part of this series, we have covered 10 beautiful inland villages in Catalonia. Take a look here, if you missed "Let's get lost in Catalonia! The 10 most picturesque non-coastal Catalan villages - part I.", as this article is a continuation of that. Of course, the list doesn't end here, as Catalonia …
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Let’s get lost in Catalonia! The 10 most picturesque non-coastal Catalan villages – part I.
I bet if you happen to like football you have already heard the famous cheering of F.C. Barcelona: "visca el Barça i visca Catalunya", meaning "long live Barça and Catalonia". And yes, when we think about Catalonia as a potential travel destination, usually the first spot coming to everyone's mind is its capital city: Barcelona. If we think further then normally we include …
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On the route of the castles in Camp de Tarragona region – part II.
We are here to continue our article about the castles worth visiting in Camp de Tarragona region. In the first part - On the route of the castles in Camp de Tarragona region - part I., we have covered the castles of Tamarit, Calafell, Ferran, Altafulla, and El Catllar, and in this article, we will …
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Catalan style cod – Bacalao a la Catalana
Worth knowing that most of the time a dish states "a la Catalana¨, it will usually contain raisins and pinenuts, two ingredients the Catalans love so much. So if you see this wording on a menu (e.g.: Espinacas a la Catalana or Bacalao a la Catalana) or in the title of a recipe, you can't be …
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8 amazing non-capital cities to visit in Europe
Have you already visited all the big capital cities in Europe?! This is great! But let's not forget that capitals are usually multinational melting points, and regardless of the amazing sightseeing spots, you can face many catchy tricks, standardized offers, a crowd of tourists, and less authenticity. As they say, to understand the real sense …
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La Geria Wine Route on Lanzarote
This is a wine route on Lanzarote island following the path of the history along 7 strategic locations in La Geria Region.
Tasting Canarian Gastronomy
After spending 3 weeks on the Canary Islands, we cannot move on without dedicating an article to tasting Canarian Gastronomy. Overall the Canarian food is made up of a variety of exquisite ingredients that are part of its traditional dishes. In the below list you can find our favorite typical Canarian dishes & drinks along with some recommended …