The art of pottery in Mallorca

The art of pottery in Mallorca

Although pottery and ceramics are a world still to be discovered by many visitors that come to Mallorca, pottery has been linked to the tradition and craftsmanship of the island since ancient times. Products made with clay are still a faithful representation of the gastronomy, culture, and life of Mallorca...

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A guide to summer festivals in Mallorca

A guide to summer festivals in Mallorca

Mallorcans love summer. We’re always patiently waiting for summer to arrive. We think about summer in the autumn, in the winter, in the fall… it’s on our minds 24/7! It’s a well-known fact that as a society, Mallorcans are summer people. Not because it’s the best time to find work,...

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24 hours in: Valencia

24 hours in: Valencia

Valencia might not be the first city that springs to mind when you think of Spain, but we’ve got just as much street cred as Madrid or Barcelona. We’ve got the second narrowest house in Europe, the largest oceanarium in Europe, a monstrous church bell, the largest toy soldier collection… should...

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The complete guide to: San Sebastian travel

The complete guide to: San Sebastian travel

Whether you’re soaking up the sun on one of San Sebastian’s beautiful beaches, sipping txakoli (a lightly sparkling white wine) and snacking on pintxos in the scenic old town, bar-hopping with locals long into the night, or enjoying San Sebastian’s rich cultural scene, we’re willing to bet you won’t regret...

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The complete guide to: Valencia travel

The complete guide to: Valencia travel

So you’re off to Valencia — good choice! Navigating any new city can be difficult, so let us make it easier for you. We’ve created a guide to the city — everything you need to know about getting there, getting around the city, the best things to do, what to...

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24 hours in: Mallorca

24 hours in: Mallorca

Sun, sand, and resorts by the sparkling, blue sea… those are probably the first things that spring to mind when you think of Mallorca. But while a relaxing vacation spent basking in the sun is something that everyone enjoys once in a while, Mallorca has so much more to offer! If...

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Where to find the best craft brews in Madrid

Where to find the best craft brews in Madrid

Even though Spain was the world’s largest producer of wine in 2015, beer undoubtedly rules the country. We don’t know if it’s the warm weather, or the fact that sometimes is beer is just easier to drink than wine — all we know is that Spaniards love their beer! The truth...

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Things to do in: Mallorca

Things to do in: Mallorca

Cushioned by the blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, Mallorca is a picturesque island that looks like the backdrop of every Dolce and Gabbana perfume ad. The largest of the Balearic Islands, this popular holiday destination immediately conjures up images of sun, sand, relaxation, and late summer nights spent on...

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What’s on in San Sebastian: Parties and festivals for the 2016 Capital of Culture

What’s on in San Sebastian: Parties and festivals for the 2016 Capital of Culture

2016 is San Sebastián’s year to shine! Donostia, or San Sebastián, has been selected as the European Capital of Culture. The picturesque coastal town along the Bay of Biscay in Spain’s Basque Country will host a colossal amount of cultural activities throughout the year. Programming includes various artistic initiatives that all...

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Food Friday: Olive Oil in Rioja

Food Friday: Olive Oil in Rioja

When people think about Rioja Alavesan, they think wine – red Rioja wine. Over the past few decades, this land has been mainly inhabited by vineyards due to its fertile soil attracting many big wineries. As a result, the region has become internationally known for the wine that has sustained...

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