From hallucinating with its villages, getting lost in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, touring impressive ravines, discovering its Antelope Canyon, going up and down dunes in Maspalomas, greeting Roque Nublo or freaking out with its colorful tiles. And of course, get a tan on any of its spectacular beaches and savor its delicious cuisine.
They call it the Isla Bonita (Beautiful Island) and it is not by chance. La Palma has a well-deserved nickname, especially for those of us who love nature. Green landscapes, spectacular viewpoints, immensely starry skies, volcanoes and black sand beaches.
You can tour the island on foot or by car and wherever you look, you will enjoy breathtaking scenery. As a good Canary Island, its people are hospitable and its gastronomy will not leave you indifferent.
In the southernmost corner of the Iberian Peninsula is a magical place: the province of Cadiz, with its light, its joy, its beaches, its charming villages, its good wine and better food have us in love.
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Regarding the epidemiological situation, the wave of cases caused by the Omicron variant has almost completely subsided. In fact, the “epidemiological traffic light” categorization by states is no longer used and there are no longer any restrictions. The use of masks is no longer mandatory.
There is so much to see in Mexico, that no matter how many times you have been, you will always want to come back! In case it’s your first visit and you need your dose of beach and Mayan culture, this 15-day itinerary through Mexico will fit you like a glove.
The country of the Pura Vida is fully operational and welcomes travelers who miss lush nature, beaches and adventure. With precautions, you will be able to visit the jewels of Costa Rica, national parks such as Cahuita, Arenal Volcano or Manuel Antonio, full of wildlife. You can also choose between the calm Caribbean Sea or the furious Pacific Ocean, perfect to catch some waves or spend a few days relaxing.
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Wikimedia commons The Enchanted City is located in the province of Cuenca, Castilla La Mancha. It covers a pine forest of 20 kilometers. It has been named with that name because, by wind and rain, erosion has taken effect forming grandiose rock formations with ghostly buildings structure. In it, we also find the source of the Cuervo River and the Devil’s Window. Besides, the Enchanted City is very close to the city of Cuenca. It is a very popular destination because the price to enter the Enchanted City is only 5 €, and is considered the main tourist attraction of the city.
Dare and come to Pedraza, it is the perfect destination to disconnect and spend a few days learning and enjoying the wonders of our country. Travel only in the month of September, it is the month in which there is more life in the town, and it is more beautiful.
Wikimedia commons Cabo de Gata, is a cape located in the province of Almeria, south of the Iberian Peninsula and facing the Mediterranean Sea. In it is the Natural Park of Cabo de Gata – Nijar. It is a zone very attacked by the urbanism and the constructions due to its good climate, the coast and its location. The area stands out for its beauty in hills, such as the hill of La Palma, or Mesa de Roldan. In addition to its beaches of crystalline water, such as the beach of Los Muertos. Cabo de Gata is located in the town of Níjar, although it occupies many more, such as the towns of Mojácar, San José or La Isleta.
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Arrival at Barcelona airport. Recommended transportation to go to the city and hotel. For this first night we recommend you to see the water, light and sound show of the Magic Fountains of Montjuic. Recommended authentic restaurant in Paralelo, next to the fountains.
In the afternoon recommended itinerary to stroll through the Born visiting the Picasso Museum and the church of Santa Maria del Mar (the Cathedral of the Sea). In the Born we will recommend a couple of authentic restaurants, nothing touristy!
Recommended route to start the day strolling through the Plaza de Oriente. Then visit the Royal Palace and the Almudena Cathedral. We recommend eating at the Mercado de San Miguel and we will tell you the best places.
To see the details of each day, you must access the Detailed Route. It includes daily visit planning, how to get to each site, authentic restaurants and all the itineraries geolocated on your mobile.