Yes, it is true that the months of May, September or October have nothing to do with the months of June, July and August, when the sun hits the beaches right from early morning until late afternoon.
While it is true that autumn is just around the corner, here we still do not have to keep the summer clothes in the closet. And on a beautiful day like today, with blue sky and warm sun, we can enjoy beautiful days on the beach. Continue reading
The popular Costa del Sol, considered one of the major tourist areas worldwide, is covering 160 kilometres of coastline in Malaga, southern Spain. Malaga city is situated in its centre, serving as the imaginary line between the eastern and the western Costa del Sol.
The beach of Las Catedrales in Galicia and Illetas beach in Balearic Islands, have been awarded, sixth and twelfth place respectively worldwide. They have also won awards at European level, with the beach of the Cathedrals being the second best beach in Europe and the fourth is the beach of Illetas. Continue reading | 1 Comment
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Dozens of items recovered from the wreckage of the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, buried by the Vesuvius volcano the year 79 after the common age, will leave Italy for the first time the next spring in 2013, those items will be exposed in the British Museum in London. Continue reading
Located on the Mediterranean coast, in the province of Malaga at the southern of Spain, we can find the Nerja Caves, a valuable heritage place visited by thousands of tourists every year. It is located one kilometer far from the village of Maro in Nerja town (Malaga) and has a length of 4,283 meters. This location is one of the most important archaeological sites of the prehistoric times.
History of discovery
This cave of Nerja, is found by the begining of January 12, 1959 by a group of explorers. Continue reading to know more at blog.holidaysresources.com Continue reading
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Japan is the cutting edge of many of the behaviors of modern societies. The country of the rising sun bring us trends and fashion between other things and this also happen when talking about tourism. In Japan there is a new trend: urban exploration and visiting old buildings, hospitals or even abandoned theme parks.
This new trend is known as Haikyo (“ruin” in Japanese) it consists basically in exploring abandoned places, from family houses to factories or hotels…who have never done this? I remember myself when I was younger visiting an abandoned hospital in my city and also a crypt inside an abandoned cathedral and I remember it was funny! (but dangerous!) Continue reading
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The beach at Coronado Beach, in San Diego (California) has been chosen as the Best Beach in the United States ranking. This beach has been chosen attending to rigorous criteria as water quality, temperature, number of sunny days per year, wind speed and texture/color of the sand.
Spain is a country where there are many things to do and places to visit, the gastronomy of some cities already justifies a visit to many of the destinations. It is possible that the reader may want to add their favorite cities or in some cases disagree with our list…which I really doubt, and I say I would doubt it because every city and town of the peninsula worth the visit, no matter in which order
Continue reading to discover our favorite Spanish destinations and to start planning your visit. We will welcome your ideas! Continue reading | 2 Comments
Although the TV chefs Gordon Ramsay and Jamie Oliver are British, although the the best restaurants in the world awarded by the Restaurant Awards magazine are from London, United Kingdom is not usually identified with good food.
When we think of British food we rather think of a high calorie diet, little variety, or things like fried chips or breakfast with eggs, sausage, bacon and beans. Continue reading | 1 Comment