Category Archives: Spain Travel

Travel industry news from holiday companies in the UK confirms that Spain should be the number one destination for holidays in 2008, despite the Pound falling against the Euro, and prices typically some fifteen per cent more expensive than last year. A survey found that once in Spain, if the holiday is based in a resort, three quarters of British tourists stay in the resort for the duration,......
The best way to get information about Spain is to check out the Internet, travel magazines or even newspapers. This way, you can be very well informed about the country. You can get very helpful tips and ideas from these readings so that when you plan to travel or move to Spain, it will not be a total hassle anymore. It helps to learn and be acquainted with the place you want to visit before......
If you’re going to find yourself in Spain on vacation any time soon, one of the things you should be considering aside from your lodging and plane ticket is how you’ll get around. While many people visit one city and have taxi’s and tour guides lead them around, the best way to get an experience for Spain is to drive in the country-side, viewing the country as if you lived ......
Pony trekking has gained immense popularity in Spain in recent years. Few better ways exist to combine balmy weather, gorgeous scenery and horseback riding into one vacation. Pony trekking holidays draw equine fans from all over the world to sunny Spain. One travel publication lists Spain as one of the top 10 destinations for pony trekking holidays. Spain is already renowned the world over f......
When you look at copies of 1,000 things you must do before you die (or get married), travel is always included in the list. It’s not a surprise at all, since there is so much to see in other parts of the globe. And with inexpensive airfares on your side, it is now possible for you to experience them all! Inexpensive airfares are not as elusive as you might think. With these tips on get......
In a recent study by Frontur, an international tourism institution in Spain, the country has seen a 3.3 percent growth in tourism during the first six months of 2008. Of the 15 million tourists, most were French, English, Scandinavian or Italian. Poor economic conditions worldwide do not seem to be taking a toll on Spanish tourism. Millions of people are simply planning their vacations to be......
To make the most out of your trip to Spain, you may wish to consider hiring a car for sight seeing purposes. Spain is a huge country, with many beautiful cities. This article will share a couple of great cities to visit in Spain – Majorca and Murcia. You shall see for yourself why it’s a great idea to consider hiring a car. Majorca. Majorca offers a fun and relaxing environment t......
The travel industry has been hit hard by the recent economic downturn. Many hotels, resorts and airlines are cutting costs in an effort to keep their businesses running even when the guests aren’t coming in the numbers they used to. In at least one place, though, the tourists are still faithfully keeping their vacation plans. Spain’s tourism industry continues to thrive despite t......
The holidays and flights business has been hit hard by the recent economic downturn. Many hotels, resorts and airlines are cutting costs in an effort to keep their businesses running even when the guests aren’t coming in the numbers they used to. In at least one place, though, the tourists are still faithfully keeping their vacation plans. Spain’s tourism industry continues to th......
Alicante is for many the gateway to a Spanish holiday, some 80 percent of its flights are made up by tourists and it regularly under takes development plans to cope with the volume of travelers. In 2007, Alicante Airport handled 9,120,631 passengers, 79,756 flight operations and 4,533 tones of cargo. Almost triple the volumes they experienced in 1998. Located in the municipality of Elche, Al......