Hidropark in Alcudia is the only waterpark in the north of Majorca. Fantastic fun for all the family, this aqua park provides so much more than just water slides. If you’re looking for an alternative day out to the beach or pool, Hidropark will keep the kids entertained for hours! Situated in the Port de … Read more Hidropark: North Majorca’s Wildest Water Park
Located in the center of Lloret de Mar is the Church of Sant Roma. The church is definitely the most beautiful and iconic piece of structural history in the city. Dating back to the 16th century, the Church of Sant Roma has an exquisitely striking exterior. This is complemented by a seemingly simple and timeless interior. … Read more Church of Sant Roma – Be Dazzled!
Aqualandia in Benidorm is widely regarded as one of the largest and best water parks in Europe. Located just outside the center of Benidorm, Aqualandia is a great addition to any Costa Brava holiday. With a huge range of slides and attractions suited for all ages, there is something for everyone. Aqualandia is twinned with … Read more Aqualandia (Benidorm) Adrenalin-Filled Fun
Sant Pere de Rodes was previously a Benedictine monastery. It is located in the North East region of Catalonia, Spain. The mysterious and unknown past of this monastery is one reason that contributes to its wide popularity amongst tourists and natives alike. The first recorded existence of the monastery dates back to 878. During this … Read more Sant Pere de Rodes – A Benedictine Monastery
If you’re planning a trip to Catalonia or Barcelona, then you may want to consider making a stop at the beautiful cove-lined beach town of Salou. Historically used as a port by the Greeks and Romans. The town of Salou has appeared in many significant historical events. One of these being the creation of the Kingdom … Read more Salou (Spain) Are you Ready?
If you are planning a trip to Majorca then you might want to consider making Porto Colom your resting place. This beautiful fishing village is said to be the birthplace of Christopher Columbus. This is how this small village gets its name. If you like the laid back life and the idea of walking along … Read more Delve Deeper into Porto Colom
The Dali Theatre Museum is an art museum dedicated to the artist Salvador Dali. It is located in his hometown of Figueres. This town is inside of Catalonia, Spain. Below the stage encased inside of a crypt is the body of deceased artist Dali. At its core, the museum revolves around the theatre. This is where the … Read more Dali Theatre Museum – Delve Into History!
Majorca is a wonderful island that will capture your spirit the moment you arrive. But like all fantastic islands, it is really hard to choose the best place to stay. Alcudia might just be the pick of the bunch, or if not it is right up there. When you stay in Alcudia you get to enjoy … Read more Alcudia, The Jewel of Northern Majorca!
Are you a fan of fireworks and gorgeous explosions in the sky? Look no further than the Blanes Fireworks Competition or as the locals call it, Els Focs de Blanes. The festival takes place every year during the Festival of Santa Anna. The Blanes fireworks competition is internationally renowned and attended by hundreds of thousands of … Read more The World Famous Blanes Fireworks!
Mercado de Tordera (Spanish for Tordera market) is the heart and soul of this small Spanish village. The market takes place every Sunday on the main street of the village and you can get there by train or bus. The market is not located too far from both Lloret and Blanes. As with most markets … Read more Pack Your Bags Full at Tordera market