Jandia Peninsula: the wild welcoming South on Fuerteventura Island

Jandia Peninsula is deserted, still wild and completely amazing. It was not until the beginning of the 20th century when that area began to develop with some agriculture, livestock and salt mining. The first hotel opened its gate to customers in 1966. Currently now, Morro Jable is the main town in the whole island to …

4 towns on the Aragonese Maestrazgo route: La iglesuela del Cid, Cantavieja, Tronchón and Mirambel

This is a medieval route in an almost forgotten land of inner Spain. However, this territory deserves your attention. During the Medieval Ages, this vast area was under the jurisdiction of the masters of the different military orders. Fighting and praying that was the life there. Nevertheless, upon the hardness of those times, the local …