A 26-year friendship that formed in a barber’s chair would later create an endearing Picasso museum in a small Spanish town.
The city’s most famous buildings are works of art in themselves.
From rugged hikes around volcanic craters on La Palma to kitesurfing, windsurfing or diving on Fuerteventura—or perhaps just lazing about on the beaches of Gran Canaria—these islands offer a diversity of recreational fun and Spanish culture. Yet the Canaries weren’t always in the hands of the mighty Spanish.
Europe’s newest and largest cactus garden is a desert dreamscape.
A peek behind the swinging door at Spain’s premier jamón ibérico producer.
Don’t worry, a rescue team and several safety exits can help you out if needed.
With the ocean to the north and the Cantabrian Mountains to the south, the Camino del Norte creates a corridor into a different Spain, one with Celtic designs, bagpipes, and hard cider.
Barcelona needs a break. 🙁
Just a short drive from hedonistic Marbella are 9 villages that are a world apart from the buzzing Costa del Sol and well worth a visit in Southern Spain.
From a tasting tour of China’s regional cuisines to a cooking class in the foothills of Morocco’s Atlas Mountains, these 10 food-focused experiences are among the tastiest in the world.