The third largest island in the Canary Islands, after Tenerife and Fuerteventura, is also known as “miniature continent” due to its climatic, geographic, floristic and faunistic diversity. After all, there are 14 microclimates on the nearly circular island of volcanic origin with a diameter of about 50 kilometers. But not only the weather is different from north to south, also the culture, the people, the landscape as well as the architectural picture. Here you will learn what you should not miss on Gran Canaria. Continue reading “Gran Canaria: Miniature Continent”
After presenting you the vegan and vegan-friendly restaurants of the southernmost region of Portugal in the first Algarve article, now you’ll learn what else you can do here besides eating. In addition to sunbathing at the dream beaches on the beautiful coastline, there is also plenty of action waiting for you – mostly at or even in the water! Continue reading “20 Things You Can Do at the Algarve”
Each year at the beach of┬áTapia de Casariego the Goanna Pro takes place, a competition┬áwithin the WQS (World Qualifying Series) Surfing Championship, which brings together 45 of the best international surfers as well as numerous spectators. Continue reading “Tapia de Casariego: A Beach to Ourselves”
After San Sebasti├ín and Bilbao, we leave the Basque country again and continue to Castro Urdiales in neighboring Cantabria. There we find not only a good place to sleep, but also an aesthetic promenade, a small old town and a picturesque harbor.
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