Day 37 – Barcelona

Day 37 – Barcelona

Art, history, modernism. Barcelona is all that. It’s easy to get lost in this streets full of history. Every building in this city emanates a unique charm acquired over the years. We stayed in the Carrer d’Amilcar, which is less than 3km from Gaudí’s...
Day 25 – Villajoyosa

Day 25 – Villajoyosa

Villajoyosa or La Vila Joiosa (Uff… this thing of Valencian being different from Catalan…) is a small town on the Costa Blanca with 30 thousand inhabitants. As we drove down the main avenue, we were unconvinced to stop because, at first sight, it looks...
Day 20 – Valencia

Day 20 – Valencia

Located on the east coast of Spain, Valencia is the third largest city in Spain, after Madrid and Barcelona, and so far my favorite city in Spain. As you would expect in a city of this size, we find the streets full of movement, whether by tourists or locals. Despite...
Day 14 – Benidorm

Day 14 – Benidorm

Benidorm is a strange city. If we get on the freeway the first thing we notice is a bundle of skyscrapers that seem to have been thrown into the middle of the mountains. We decided to stop and take a look. When we arrived in the city, we soon discovered that...
Day 13 – Polop de la Marina

Day 13 – Polop de la Marina

The small town of Polop de la Marina has a natural charm: surrounded by mountains, there are stunning landscapes from wherever we look. Around here we find many foreigners … it seems like retired people from Europe decide to spend some time here, probably...