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Caravan Park
AMID dramatic estimates of 40 million fewer international visitors already this year, the campers and caravanners of Spain are offering some financial solace to the tourism industry. Costa Blanca’s leading hotel association, HOSBEC Benidorm, says its members have averaged 50% hotel occupancy, with only 28% in holiday apartments. "HOLA DE...
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There are two less than complimentary phrases that spring to mind when you say Albacete: ‘Albacete, carga y vete’ and the more parental advisory option  ‘Albacete, no vete!’.  The capital city of Castilla La Mancha is, to say the least, a bit of an underdog. But now they are pivoting towards popularity in a...
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A smorgasbord of sugar cube houses perch on the rolling hills of Casares. Situated amongst woodland on a 1,427ft high cliff, the pueblo blanco is quaint and peaceful. CUTE: The cluster of casas in Casares The charming town has long attracted A-list Hollywood visitors, including Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. 
El Chorro
JUST over an hour’s drive from the busy beaches of Marbella, tucked between the Spanish hillside and evergreen woodland, exists a scene so soothing it could remove furrows from your forehead.  VIEWS: Embalse del Conde de Guadalhorce El Chorro, near the village of Ardales, is a series of winding reservoirs...
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EVERY barrio in Sevilla's city centre is packed full of historical sites and Alfalfa is no exception.  The ancient neighbourhood has convents and churches aplenty along with some of the best examples of Baroque architecture. It's also home to the up-and-coming Soho Benita area and the birthplace of one the greatest painters of all time, Velazquez. See the most notable sites below. Casa...
Triana Food Market
IT may appear small from its unassuming entrance to the right of the end of Isabel II bridge, but the Mercado de Triana is packed with gastronomic and cultural offerings.  From fresh fruit to jamon, oysters, tapas, flamenco and more, below are the best places to visit inside the market.  Ostreria & Sushi De Mercado If you’re looking to treat yourself, splash...
Triana
IT'S one of the city's most distinctive and historic barrios and is unsurprisingly packed with sites to keep you busy.  From its iconic pastel exterior to its medieval remnants and holy shrines, no trip to Sevilla can be complete without a day in Triana. Below we have rounded up the top sites to see in 2020. Calle Betis  This riverside street is the...
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SEVILLA really is a foodie’s paradise, and the ancient Triana does not let the side down.  It may have its own distinct personality, but this fiesty barrio’s restaurants deliver knockout Andalucian cuisine.  From humble tapas haunts to fine dining, below are the hottest eating spots in Triana in 2020.  Maria Trifulca  With the most enviable location in Triana, on the riverbed next to...
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Getting crafty in across the bridge...
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