Visiting the Spanish resorts of Pilar and Torre

Author: bellsmith

Holiday resorts in Spain

Costa Blanca is a very popular region in Spain, especially for foreigners; they come here attracted by bright beaches, warm sun, and clear blue waters. The holiday resorts in this region are famous and busy throughout the entire year; two of them, situated at the border with Costa Calida, are very special.

Why are Pilar and Torre so special? Because they are absolutely lovely, always able to impress even the heart of the most insensible tourist with their charm, those tourists who learn to love their locals due to their open hearts. It is probably the warm Mediterranean climate that makes them so friendly and welcoming, the same climate that offers a lot of pleasant and sunny days for visitors from all over the world.

The difference between Pilar Horadada and Torre Horadada is that the latter has a more impressive history; however, they are both very beautiful and attractive, they both have interesting things to offer and amazing places where people can spend wonderful moments.

Visiting Pilar on holiday

The history of Pilar Horadada goes back to the times when the Arabs were all over Spain, imposing their rule. The resort received its name from an ancient watchtower, the same tower that had an important role in defending the settlement from pirate attacks.

You'll find it in Costa Blanca and very close to Costa Calida, so you understand why it enjoys such a wonderful climate all year round. The Mar Menor and the Rio Seco, also known as the area of the Dry River, attract tourists who are in love with nature, as Pilar Horadada is a Spanish resort with breathtaking landscapes that takes good care of nature.

Visiting Torre on holiday

This Spanish resort does not look like a Spanish resort at all; the reason for this is that you'll mainly find British, German and Irish people here. They chose Torre Horadada to be the place that hosts their holiday homes, as they all run from the capricious weather in the north west of Europe.

So, it is the fine weather that attracts tourists in this region of Spain, but don't imagine that you will have nothing to do here. Pillar Horadada, Torre Horadada, Cabo Roig, La Zenia, Punta Prima and Playa Flamenca are all patiently waiting for you with their beauties.

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The Truth About the Spanish Property Market

Author: Neil

This article will try to get to the bottom of the current situation, explaining the pitfalls and how to avoid them and identify the opportunities.

There are many so called experts and commentators who from time to time publish articles which in truth have little to do with expert advice and are little more than opinions which they use to promote themselves. One such article published in March 2010 from a Spanish property information web site run by Mark Stucklin, author of the Spanish Property Doctor column in the Sunday Times said " The Spanish Property Bust is dead; long live the recovery". I actually posted a comment saying that I didn't see any evidence for that claim.

Does that now make me an expert? probably not, even though with hindsight my judgement at the time was closer to the truth? In today's current economical times I would hate to be an expert, because predicting what will happen in any sector is surely harder than ever before. What might be an advantage though is that I work at the coal face and meet with other estate agents working in Spain on a regular basis. We see first hand what is going on; we deal on a daily basis with both the buyer and the vendor and know how tough it is at the moment.

Two of the strongest emotions which control us as human beings are greed and fear and these two emotions are strong influences on our decision making. These emotions are having an impact on the decision to buy property, not just in Spain but in many other parts of the world. Fear as to what will happen within the Euro zone, instability of work and the effect of any investments because of these uncertainties.

These fears and the implications can affect both buyers and vendors alike. Some vendors have started to think "I'd better get out whilst I can!" in almost the opposite of the gold rush which probably made them buy in the first place. Some potential buyers are nervous to make a decision for the very same reasons and still believe that prices have further to fall. Or that more time is needed to make sure the problems around the world will not leave them exposed.

On the other side of the coin are the investors or buyers who see this as an opportunity with properties available at 50% of the value of the peak a few years ago. The greed factor comes back into play and for some the gamble could pay off very nicely. For others the dream of owning a holiday home in the sun has just become affordable again and the investment element is of little consequence.

The emotions of greed and fear need to be discounted as far as possible to avoid making mistakes of judgement. A seasoned investor will already understand the risks involved; they will look for value and will be in a position to react quickly in buying or selling of their investments even if it will make a loss. Investors do not buy just because it's cheap but because it's good value and has potential to add value.

We see evidence on a daily basis with the enquiries we get of potential buyers being attracted solely by the price. Once we have listened to their requirements it is soon clear that not enough thought has been given. The glut of Bank Repossession Properties seems to be attracting substantial interest at the moment. These properties are normally only suitable for those who already know what they are looking for, due in large to the lack of information available from the Banks and where the buyer can be certain that the property is being offered at below market value.

The best advice I can give is to spend more time researching for a good estate agent rather than searching for properties on the internet or in magazines. Take your time to find a good estate agent who will listen to what you want and let them help you to find a real bargain, which is suitable for your needs. Be prepared to pay a fair price for their expertise and focus less on the big headlines which are promising everything and anything just to gain your interest.

I will be writing a series of more specific articles in the near future on the benefits and disadvantages of the options available within the Spanish property market which I hope, you will find both informative and enjoyable.

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Robert Scott-Jones is a professional Real Estate Agent, Owner of Coastland-spain with offices in Villamartin, Costa Blanca.

We aim to provide honest advice coupled with a wide selection of properties at the best available prices. Customer service and providing excellent value for money is very important to us. We look forward to helping you in finding your next home or investment in Spain.

Spanish Destinations

Author: Randy Opton

Memorable holidays

Spain is absolutely amazing. It is an extremely diverse country that attracts with its dozens and dozens of places that deserve being visited. Millions of people fall in love with its beauty every year, so why wouldn't you be one of them? Tourists fall in love with the breathtaking landscapes dominated either by high mountains or by green valleys and crystal clear waters, they fall in love with the modernist architecture they find in the cosmopolite cities, with the old villages where the customs and the traditions of the country survived the passing of centuries and with the friendly inhabitants always ready to help you meet their delicious cuisine and to feel like home in their country.

Places to visit

The entire country is worth visiting, so you will need more than just one holiday in Spain in order to reach its essence. However, there are a few places that have to be visited at least once in a lifetime and one of them is the island of Ibiza. Ibiza is located on the north eastern coast of the country and it is the Spanish island that became famous thanks to its nightclubbing and drinking fame. Most of the tourists in Ibiza are young holiday makers and party animals who only want to have fun and enjoy their youth. Another great Spanish destination is represented by Barcelona.

Barcelona is one of those places in the country that attracts a huge range of people, as it has a wide palette of things to offer. There is always something interesting to do or to see in Barcelona, a lively bar, one of Antoni Gaudi's impressive architectural works, a sporting event, the beach front or a great shop. Alicante looks a lot like Barcelona, but it is much cheaper. Alicante also manages to attract with its local, pleasant atmosphere and with the nice weather.

Santander is very different from the rest of Spain culturally speaking, so it is the perfect holiday destination for those who want to see another face of Spain. Last but not least on the list is Madrid, the spectacular capital city of the country and a place where you will love to be. The city is packed with art galleries and museums and it is the perfect location for the gourmet ones who want to taste the Spanish cuisine. Spain is absolutely amazing; just give it a chance and I assure you that you will have a memorable holiday!

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The Spanish region of Catalonia

Author: Ken Jones

Catalonia shares it's northern border with the countries of Andorra and France in the mountainous Pyrenees. The Mediterranean Sea forms it eastern border with the coast running south west down as far as the region of Valencia. The eastern border is shared with the region of Aragon. Throughout history Catalonia has struggled for greater autonomy in it's relationship with Spain. In attempts to gain full independent it has on more than occasion revolted. Few Catalonians today aspire to have any real expectations of independence but the struggle for greater autonomy within Spain continues.

History - Greeks and Romans established trade along this part of the Mediterranean coast. In the middle ages Catalan art and literature flourished and the now established coastal trade saw merchants become very powerful rivalling those of Venice and Genoa. In 1461 Catalonia rose up in protest at it's alliance with Aragon but the rebellion was crushed. The subsequent union of Aragon with Castile side lined Catalonia. Trade routes were moved, commercial income fell, famines and plagues all contributed to it's decline. But the Catalonian desire for independence continued. It rose against Philip IV during the thirty year war of 1618-48 and followed that by taking the side of Archduke Charles in the War of the Spanish Succession against Philip V. It was a centre for socialist influence at the turn of the 19th Century. 1931 saw the Catalans establish a separate government which went on to win autonomy from the Spanish Cortes in 1932. Two years later a revolution for complete independence failed, but in another 2 years autonomy was restored. In the Spanish civil war of 1936-39, Catalonia once again picked the wrong side and following Franco's victory over the republicans the region suffered badly and the cherished Catalan language was banned in public life. In 1978 it was restored and is now an official language of the region along with Castilian or Spanish. It elected its first parliament as an autonomous region in 1980. By the mid-1990s Catalan nationalists had become a force in both the region's and the nation's politics.

Catalonia comprises four provinces, Girona, Barcelona, Tarragona and Lleida, all are named after their capitals.

Girona or Gerona in the north sits on the Onyar River. Dating from pre-Roman times, the old town has preserved its medieval aspect. Girona was ruled by the Moors from 714 to 797. During the Peninsular War of 1808-09 the town resisted the Napoleon's French forces. Industries today include chemical production, machinery, paper making and textiles. Outside the city and on the coat the beaches and coves around Begur and Palafrugell and particularly attractive. Or take in a sunrise at the Cap de Crues, Spain's most easterly point. Just to the south is the enchanting whitewashed village of Cadaques built around a rocky bay. The artist Salvador Dali spent the holidays of his youth there and later lived in the nearby village of Port Lligat. The barren shorelines, odd formations of rocks and desolate moonscapes so typical of his paintings can be seen in abundance throughout the locality. The Teatre-Musea Dali is located in the town of Figueres and contains a great deal of the artist's works. The Pyrenees, in the north of the province, offer many opportunities for walking and hiking, the Parc Nacional d'Aiguestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici being one of the most attractive areas. There are several ski stations operating throughout the winter months.

There is evidence of some settlement in the area going back to the 15th century BC but Barcelona is reputed to take it's name from the powerful Carthaginian family of Barca who founded the basis for the city as we know it today. Under the Romans and Visigoths the city flourished. In the 8th century it fell to the Moors and in 801 it was taken by Charlemagne, who included it in the Spanish March. The March became independent under the leadership of the powerful counts of Barcelona in the 9th and 10th centuries, They won lands from the Moors to the south and acquired all of Catalonia. In 1137, following the marriage of Count Raymond Berengar IV to the heiress of Aragon the two regions became united. The city of Barcelona became the capital as it was for future kings of Spain. A well ruled Barcelona expanded trade in the Mediterranean. Its cloth industry flourished and it became a powerful centre of banking and commerce. Around 1400 saw the peak in it's fortunes, decline followed along with the rest of Catalonia. The French occupied the city on three occasions in 1640-52, 1715 and 1808-14. Catalan separatism centred on Barcelona and the city was the scene of many insurrections. It revolted against Philip IV of Spain from 1640-52. It also became the Spanish centre of socialism and other radical political doctrines around 1900. Barcelona was the capital of the region's autonomous government from 1932-39. During the civil war the Spanish Loyalist government sat in Barcelona until it fell to Franco's forces in early 1939. The region saw demonstrations against Franco's dictatorship throughout the 1950's. Today Barcelona is Spain's second largest city and the claims to be cultural centre of the country. It is the capital of the Catalonian region and more than one third of region's population reside there. Barcelona is also Spain's largest port and its chief commercial centre with international banking and finance houses. It is a major industrial centre and production includes aviation, chemicals, electrical equipment, foundries, locomotives, machinery, textiles and vehicles. The city itself is modern, with wide avenues, bustling traffic and striking new architecture. By contrast the well preserved old city, Roman walls can still be seen, is filled with narrow, winding streets and ancient structures, including a cathedral, many churches, the city hall and the Lonja or exchange. Barcelona is the site of a reputed opera house, the Contemporary Art Museum, the Fine Arts Museum of Catalonia and the Picasso Museum. In 1992 it hosted the summer Olympics. The remainder of the province of Barcelona is in the main hilly or mountainous. But it also home to some highly fertile plains where cereals grapes and olives are grown. The province also produces one third of Spain's wine. Much of the area's power is generated by hydroelectric plants built on the Ebro, Cinca and Segre rivers. The coastline, stretching nearly 400 kilometres has many good harbours and marinas, excellent fisheries and an buoyant tourist trade. West of Barcelona you will find the vineyards of the Penedes area. Also the mountain of Montserrat, on a clear day the peak at 1236m above sea level offers views of the Pyrenees to the north and to Mallorca in the Balearic Islands to the south east.

Tarragona sits on the mouth of the river Francola on the Mediterranean. It was formally known as Tarraco and in 218BC was captured by Roman forces. They built up is fortifications against attack by the Carthaginians. The ruins of Roman walls and an aquaduct remain still. It fell to both the Visigoths and the Moors in the 5th and 8th centuries respectively. The Christians recaptured it in the 12th century but when it's trade was captured by either regions Barcelona or Valencia it fell into decline. In 1903 Carthusian monks settled in the city having been expelled from La Grande Chartreuse in France. Their famous liqueur is produced here to this day. Today it is important as both a commercial centre and port. Industries include flour mills, an oil refinery and wine production and export. Some of the countries finest wines are made nearby in the Priorat region.

Lleida lies on the river Segre. Formally known as Llerda, Julius Ceasar defeated the generals of Pompey here in 49 BC. The Moorish invasion from the south saw Lleida fall in 714. It was liberated by Christian forces in 1149. By tradition a strategic, fortified city, Lleida became a key defence point for Barcelona in the Spanish civil war. It eventually fell to Franco's forces in the April of 1938 having withheld for nine long months. A castle, whose ramparts enclose a Romanesque cathedral, dominates the old section of the city. Lleida is the centre of a fertile farm area and agriculture predominates. There is little in the way of a manufacturing industry.

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Invest in Spanish House For Sale

Author: Banueal Billi

And to place the frosting on the cake several Cyprus home purchasers are cashing down the thriving rewarding vacation rental industry by leasing their houses and flats when they're not employing them.

Spanish homes for sale

There's also been a modification in the cash gain taxes. The ultimate stage of your buy will be formally completed before a Public Notary when the vendor signs the property through to you.

property for sale in Spain

Affordable homes for sale in Spain are at times tricky to come across, especially in the high-demand coastal spots. As operate progresses, any more costs for these unique houses are dealt with by signed composed variation orders.

Cave homes are distinctive forms of region houses that may well appeal to Uk prospective buyers wanting for affordable homes in Spain that have a unique nevertheless environmentally audio character.

Did you know that Spain is the most significant country in Europe soon after France but with just about forty,400,000 people today, it is a person of the minimum densely populated!

Did you know that over one.2 million foreigners have selected to settle and invest in attributes in Spain, which attracts more than 52 million customers every single 12 months!

Did you know that 640,000 new homes ended up designed in 2004, a increased range than Germany, France and Italy combined. Predictions display that one more 2 million properties will have to be built about the future 6 ages to meet the desire for Spanish home!

It is not simply Flamenco or Bull Fighting or the San Fermin Festival or quite a lot and plenty of bright sunshine that is attracting much more and a lot more vacationers and tempting men and women to settle in Spain from all over the universe.

Even if we disregard that Spain, for final thousand decades or so, is the cultural middle of the Europe, she has considerably much more to give to the world's citizens, many of whom are searching for Spanish villas for sale.

The regional Spanish builders had a thing various in their mind, the majority of the apartments or properties are bought for the beneficial money returns a buoyant sector returns.

There are close to two,750,0000 empty flats all-around the country and most of them are not even for rent. Owing to this problem, a beneficial amount of Spaniards are not finding households to reside in although development is one particular of largest employment sector there.

Never the much less, the circumstance is changing. The government is seeking to resolve this issue by clamping down on arranging permissions, whilst these measures for reform only commenced recently this will serve to assemble a economically secured Spain in potential.

Presently those who invested in the past have largely disappeared and the houses and flats are now staying owned by overseas consumers and Spaniards who are obtaining them as relocation attributes or holiday getaway residences.

Spanish homes for sale

In any case the predicament for foreign potential buyers is as worthwhile as it is precarious. The Spanish property business enterprise, like any other organization in any corner of the earth, has attracted a quantity of middlemen, who, however, are as normally keen make a rapidly 'buck' with prospective consumers. Expertise has proven that when a particular person is attempting to buy some property from a broker he or she runs the probability of overpaying and even fake buying.

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Learn Spanish in Mexico through Immersion

Author: Reich Ramirez

Do you love to travel? Travelling would be so much fun to exotic places when you got to communicate the citizens of the place fairly well especially to countries where there is less concentration on the English language. Take for instance the Spanish language.

The Spanish language ranks third in the most spoken language in the world and as the second most used language in international communication. As a matter of fact, there are 400 million people who speak the language and 350 million of them in their native tongue. It has been known that the Spanish is even spoken to several other countries even when not dubbed as the official language of a particular country.

Having known different languages poses varied gains and benefits. One of which is enhancing the travel experience. If you travel a lot especially in exotic places, you are likely to enjoy the trip more when you got to know their native tongue firsthand. This gives you the opportunity to make friends with the citizens and of course, taking a slice of the pie with their culture. Apart from gaining friends, being bilingual imposed higher potential of getting employed than those who are bilingual. As Hispanic population grows in great numbers, there is a tendency of requiring more proficient individuals with better understanding of the Spanish language and their culture. Included in the package of the studying the Spanish language is the ability of knowing the culture and tradition.

How to Study Spanish in Mexico?

One effective way of learning the language is through Spanish Immersion Course. It is a form of Spanish language instruction by which students are told to communicate only in plain Spanish. Communicating in the native tongue or third language is not allowed. Immersion is likened to learning a foreign language by means of living it. It is in this reason that some language immersion schools does not only study during class hours. As a matter of disciplined, they are going to live with the language every day, interact and respond to the community with the language. In some cases, the students live with a Spanish speaking family so he or she grasps well the language when used in real life.

Going to immersion language schools offers benefits too as you got to know different people of different races and culture who share the same mission with you – that is to learn the language. This in turn, gives you access on the culture of other places. This gives you a head start and a front view on the nature and culture of varied places as you gain friends with them. Deciding where to go on an immersion class has considerations too.

Most Spanish speaking countries has immersion language schools. There are situated in urban areas while others are located on nearby attraction. Some considerations include matters of cost, culture and educational goals. For those who are seeking for a quiet ambiance, some immersion schools are situated near attractions when you want to enjoy beaches, mountains and indigenous culture.

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Spanish Villas: as Perfect as it Can Get

Author: Brittney Jackeline

When it comes to villas, Spanish villas take the cake. Armed with multiple bedrooms, bathrooms, upgraded kitchens, well spread out lounges, swimming pools and host of other facilities, they really are a heaven. No wonder then that Spanish Villas are a source of great attraction for visitors. Fascinating that they are, they entice the visitors to make them their second homes.

The weather of Spain also allies superbly with the Spanish Villas and add another coat of attraction around it. Summers here experience mild rainfall and abundant sunshine making the setting absolutely perfect for filming of a Hollywood movie. Neither summer nor winter is particularly harsh.

There are enough activities for people to dabble in. Whether it is fun, entertainment or relaxation the offerings are plenty. It would only be right to state that boredom just do not have a chance in Spanish Villas. Then beaches here are best and host whole lot of activities which are of immense attraction for guests. Walking barefooted on long sandy beaches watching the sea rise and fall is one unique experience. Another unique experience is taking a tan in the sand and yet other is swimming in the crystal clear water of the sea. Not to forget the sizzling parties held at the beaches at night.

Resorts and golf courses are other great attractions of Spain Villas. All armed with super facilities. The place is replete with ample accommodation facilities, amusement parks, shopping centres, playgrounds which makes for luxurious living. All these facilities are at one's service if one chooses to stay at Spanish Villas.

It thus becomes clear that why are Spanish Villas considered to be the best in the world. And with the tendency of people to spend more on comfort and entertainment on rise one can be sure that the popularity of Spanish Villas would increase manifold in times to come.

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Brittney Jackeline is a well known professional writer. He has won appreciation especially for good writing about Spanish Real Estate topics like Spanish Property and Luxury Villas.

Why is Spanish language becoming popular in Singapore?

Author: Aaron L

As a home to many immigrants and tourists, it has been noticeable that Singapore has cultivated various foreign languages around the country. Among the languages which is rising in popularity in the country is Spanish which is widely used in Latin America . Even though this region and Spain is thousand miles away from Singapore, because of tourism the country has developed a liking to this quite different language. In fact, Spanish is roughly among the top ten most popular languages in Singapore.

Learning Spanish can bring a lot of good opportunities in a person's career. There are many call center companies who need Spanish-speaking agents, as well as multinational enterprises which need bilingual employees capable of talking with Spanish investors and clients. Yet more than this, learning the language gives an opportunity to Singaporeans to search jobs with attractive opportunities in Americas, Europe, Caribbean and Africa.

Due to this trend, a lot of language schools have now been offering courses in Singapore which focus on teaching Spanish. A language school which provides classes in Spanish in various methods such as online or face-to-face classes is great for anyone who dreams of learning the language.

Aside from learning the language for career benefits, it can also help you save you a lot of money as a tourist in Spanish-speaking countries. Being able to speak in native language of the country you are visiting will let you haggle and negotiate with the merchants in that region. There are approximately 23 countries around the world which speak Spanish, and visiting any of these will give you a great chance of saving when buying stuff as long as you are proficient in speaking Spanish.

Aside from this, Singaporeans have also developed fondness for Spanish due to sheer interest. Spanish is a rich language, and learning this through a Spanish class can really be rewarding and offer amusement for anyone learning the language.

The rich heritage and culture in Spain, or broadly in Latin America has been another reason why many Singaporean want to learn Spanish. One would understand books, discussions or videos better, when he knows the language well.

So, if a person trained in Spanish language visits the museums and other historical sites in Europe and Latin America, he'll understand easily the markers, booklets and other reading materials written in Spanish.

There are certainly a lot of benefits learning the Spanish language brings. People are given the chance in their careers, studies and even learning a culture by learning the language, that is why many Singaporeans find it attractive to understand and speak the language.

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Arta as an attractive holiday destination

Author: michaeljoy

Spanish attractions

Spain is definitely one of the most visited countries in the world, one that attracts millions of visitors every single year. The beauties of this diverse country are the one that make it such a famous and popular one and the thing that tourists absolutely love about Spain is that regardless of their preferences, they will surely find something interesting in one of its corners. The country has hundreds and hundreds of attractions and one that started to gain more and more visitors, at least in the past few years in the charming Arta.

Arta as a holiday destination

Arta was not a very popular tourist destination a few decades ago, because people didn't know about its existence. Now, those who visit Porto Cristo feet areattracted by the charming town situated just 20 kilometers away, somewhere to the north of the famous tourist resort. Arta is situated on top of a hill, location that offers it the possibility to enjoy amazing landscapes and views, especially if we think about the fact that all these landscapes are dominated by the peaks of the beautiful Serres de Llevant, the mountains that offer Arta a dramatic aspect. Arta will charm you from the first moment you step on its streets; the sun bleached roofs will be the ones that will welcome you, guarded by the castellated chapel shrine.

The alleys of the town look much like a cobweb that some find charming and others find confusing; however, even if they are twisted and cramped, they host some of the most amazing buildings and monuments you have ever seen. One of the major attractions in Arta is represented by the Santuari Sant Salvador viewpoint, that famous shrine that stands at the top of the beautiful Arta, offering tourists some of the most fantastic views over the eastern part of Mallorca. The prehistoric remains at Ses Paisses will also be extremely attractive for tourists, especially for those who are in love with history. The main street of Arta is the Calle Ciutat, the same street that hosts some of the most pleasant cafes in the city and the exquisite restaurants that serve the tasty local dishes. One of the most popular cafes in Arta is the pretty Café Parisien, a place where tourists can relax and enjoy the view from the trendy terrace. You have to make some time in order to visit Arta, because it will immediately win your hearts.

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The Spanish Attraction of Chamorga

Author: Alec Darian

The interesting Spanish experience

Spain is a country that should be on your ‘'must see'' list, a country that attracts millions of visitors every single year. Some wonder how Spain manages to do that: well, it is understandable, considering the fact that it is one of the most diverse countries on the planet. It does not matter whether you want to enjoy your pension and go on holidays that were not possible during the younger years of your life, or if you travel with your family and all you need is a little bit of relaxation, as it doesn't matter if you are young and in search for fun: everything you need is there, in Spain, waiting for you. Those who love the mountain will find in Spain high peaks covered with snow, those who love the sea will find shallow, crystal clear waters that bathe golden, delicate beaches, while the bohemian ones will be welcomed by a rich cultural, historical and architectural heritage. How can one not fall in love with such a wonderful place on earth? If your decision is already taken and you want to spend a few pleasant days in Spain, I highly recommend you try Chamorga.

Spending time in Chamorga

The road that goes through the Anaga is twisting and sometimes misty, but its eastern end hosts the beautiful Chamorga. Chamorga is nothing more but a traditional village with a few houses collected on a terraced terrain packed with wonderful palms. It is absolutely charming and the type of destination where you can live memorable moments without too much effort. Those who visit the village describe it as being remote: in fact, it is the perfect day trip from the sunny Santa Cruz and if you take into consideration the fact that it is a fantastic spot for walks, it is worth the effort. Faro de Anaga is the place where the ridge walk starts, a ridge that offers breathtaking views over the amazingly rugged coastline. If you are a person who loves to walk, you should choose the loop that follows the El Draguillo path, a walk that will take you through lush ferienhaus costa brava valleys and terraces packed with fruit trees. It is an extraordinary spectacle that opens in front of your eyes, something that no theatre can reproduce. You have to visit the outstanding Chamorga; it is one of those places where you really feel the peace and quiet!

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