VUELTA A ESPAÑA – A SPANISH TOUR

Here you will find a round trip around Spain, which includes many of the main locations you should not miss in a complete visit to the country.

Girona – Vuelta a España, a Spanish tour. Part XV.

This an article about Girona, a medieval city in the North of Catalonia you can not miss in a Spanish route.  Anna: Girona is located 99 km northeast of Barcelona city. It’s an ideal destination for a day-trip, but even for a weekend, it provides us with many interesting and historical places to visit. And …

Calpe – Vuelta a España, a Spanish tour. Part XIII.

Anna: I was gently forcing Dani to continue our way via Calpe. I have read a couple of nice reviews about this place and for the obvious, naturally given reason: The Rock of Ifach, I thought it would be a perfect place to have a break from driving and put our bodies into the refreshing …

Nerja – The jewel of Costa del Sol – Vuelta a España, a Spanish tour. Part XII.

This is an article about Nerja, an authentic gem in the Andalusian Mediterranean coast you should not miss in a visit to Spain. Anna: We were already on the road for many days, and unfortunately, the time came to turn into home-direction, and from Sevilla to decide which road we are taking to head back …

Sevilla

Sevilla 2. – A bike tour plan, under the Andalusian sun – Vuelta a España, a Spanish tour. Part XI.

This is an article about a bike tour in Sevilla, a very interesting way of visiting the capital of Andalucia. Dani: Something I really like from Sevilla is to have breakfast outside under the sun. Coffee with milk and toasted bread with high-quality oil and ham. That is possible to get all-around Spain if you …

Sevilla 1. – “¡Hombre, dame vino de naranja o por la sombra!” – Vuelta a España, a Spanish tour. Part X.

Anna: We were driving from Jerez to Sevilla direction, it’s not more than 100 km distance, you can easily take it in 1 and half hour maximum. But it was crazy warm. Yes, yes everyone has an idea of summertime. And personally me, I love summer, I love hot weather, the neverending days, spending almost …

Jerez

Jerez de la Frontera – Vuelta a España, a Spanish tour. Part IX.

When I thought about Jerez de la Frontera, motorbike races, horsemanship and Fino wines came to my mind. Dani: But it is much more than that. We arrived from Sevilla to Jerez in the afternoon. We had booked a room in front of the Cathedral de San Salvador de Jerez, so we did not expect …

Cadiz Besides the Obvious

Cádiz – Vuelta a España, a Spanish tour. Part VIII.

This is an article about a Cadiz tour, the last amazing city in the Spanish Peninsula. Anna: On our way to Cádiz from Jerez, Dani couldn’t stop singing in the car the famous song of Niña Pastori about Cai. “Niña caí se bebe el sol… Que hay en la brisa marinera… Y que remienda tu …

Gibraltar Besides the Obvious

Gibraltar – Vuelta a España, a Spanish tour. Part VII.

It was a very normal morning in La Línea de la Concepción, neither hot nor cold. The sky was partially cloudy but you could guess that the sun could rise harder later in the day. The streets of the city had little traffic until he got visual contact with the sea. It is there where …

setenil

Setenil de las Bodegas. Life under the rocks – Vuelta a España, a Spanish tour. Part V.

Our next stop happened to be in Setenil de las Bodegas. If you have never heard of this place, first just take a look to its photos, incredible! Most likely you wouldn’t doubt either, especially since it was on our way, that of course we couldn’t have missed this place out. Anna: We arrived in …

Casares Besides the Obvious

Espejo & Casares – Vuelta a España, a Spanish tour. Part IV.

This is an article about two amazing towns in Andalucia: Espejo and Casares. Anna: During those days I was in a big preparation and in a secret planning mood. We were already on the go for several days, and we still had many kilometres ahead of us. The lovely reason of my excitement was that …

Windmills La Mancha Besides the Obvious

Travel to Quijote windmills on the giants land – Vuelta a España, a Spanish tour. Part III.

It was one of my favourite books, as a kid. Luckily it is part of the Hungarian education system as a mandatory read, so this is how I had met first time with this amazing story. And later I re-read it again, it was not an obligation anymore, not for homework, just for my own …

Toledo Besides the Obvious

Toledo – Vuelta a España, a Spanish tour. Part II.

Anna: We have decided to continue our trip into Toledo’s direction. Of course, you might have heard before about Toledo, so did I, but till that moment I haven’t had the chance to visit. And frankly (and sadly) speaking I didn’t know much about this city, that right after our visit I closed into my …

Calatayud Besides the Obvious

Calatayud – Vuelta a España, a Spanish tour. Part I.

Anna:  I can´t recall if I was ever waiting for any other trip that much as this one. I moved to Spain just three months before, and regardless of having the chance to travel a couple of times to Spain in the past and visiting a couple of obvious places, still the real country, the …