Spain

Organising holidays can be extremely stressful, especially if you have months to worry about the minute details of your trip. If you are easily stressed, and just want quick break away without having to plan everything in immense detail, you might want to consider jumping on a plane and seeing where it takes you. If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, I’ve compiled a few tips for how to plan the perfect last minute holiday abroad – in this case, in everyone’s favourite, Benidorm! Read the rest! \(^u^)/ →

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It is nice and useful to read in a travel blog about your chosen destination but it is fantastic when you live the experience. This is what I felt in Valencia, the prehistoric city of Spain. In addition to the famous festival of Las Fallas numerous other events Read the rest! \(^u^)/ →

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Cycling is a great way to get around and see the best of Barcelona. The ‘Green Ring’ is 100km of bike-only routes and lanes – through both the vibrant metropolis of Spain’s capital city as well as 12 different protected natural areas, where travellers can stop off to enjoy a picnic or test the boating lakes.
red bicycles

Bikes in Barcelona

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Ibiza is one of the most popular destinations for British holidaymakers. Home to some of the best nightlife anywhere in the world, the Balearic Island is a hot spot for clubbers from all over the globe. But holidaying in Ibiza isn’t just about hedonistic nightlife. The island itself is home to stunning scenery, beautiful beaches and offers a great deal in terms of a family holiday. Here are the top five areas to stay in Ibiza. Have a look and see which one is most suited for your needs. With so many great areas to stay and countless Ibiza holiday deals online there’s no reason to not get one booked now.

Ibiza sunset

Ibiza sunset

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