We are walking along the coast of Cádiz when we spot a striking building that outshines the surrounding buildings. The Cathedral of Cádiz is one of the most important sights in Cádiz and is visited daily by locals and tourists.
Santa María de la Encarnación de Granada, the Cathedral of Granada, is located in the heart of Granada’s old town. It is one of the oldest cathedrals in the Christian West and one of the first to be built on the Iberian Peninsula.
A faint smell of horses fills our noses as we walk past the outer wall of the Royal Andalusian Riding School in Jerez. As soon as we step through the entrance gate, we find ourselves in another world.
We took the bus for an excursion to the Picos de Europa National Park. If the reports about the area are to be believed, it is one of the most beautiful landscapes in the region. So much for the theory…….
Sacromonte is a district of Granada that belongs to the old city, but shows a completely different way of life. Here are the famous dwelling caves of the Spanish gypsies/gitanos, which can be visited in the Museo Cuevas del Sacromonte.
We’re going to the beach! It’s off to a fantastically beautiful beach! Playa de las Catedrales is one of the most spectacular and beautiful beaches in northern Spain.