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Spring Colours in Spain

Traditional Spanish Patios, Cordoba Flower Patios, Spanish Culture

Spring is here and Spain is dyed with colours, surrounded by special scents, and full of a wide range of great outdoor activities…Here we would like to introduce some of them to you:

Patios of Cordoba

Cordoba patios are heritage of the Roman “domus”, but they have now become the soul and the pride of this Andalusian city which, every spring dresses up in order look spectacular. A contest to choose the most beautiful patio and a folklore festival are part of Cordoba’s spring events. And of course, Cordoba’s delicious gastronomy is also there: tapas, sherry wine, Iberian ham…


This is without any doubt the perfect time to go sailing. It’s the right time to watch cetaceans, tuna fishing season has also already started in the South, weather is sunny but not too hot…You can sail from one village to another and taste a delicious paella in one of the restaurants in the port…

Private sailing, Sailing in Barcelona,

Strawberry Train

From this spring onwards, you will be able to go from Madrid to Aranjuez, former spring and autumn retreat for the Spanish royal family, on a refurnished train from the beginning of the 20th Century. Both, the mean of transport and the destination will transport you to luxurious past times.

Birds of Prey

Aragon has become one of the sanctuaries in Europe for watching birds of prey. There are multiple places in the Pyrenees Mountains where different types of birds can be observed. Photography workshop can also be added to this activity, which takes place in incomparable natural surroundings.

Teide Volcano, Tenerife Island – Canary Islands

Teide volcano is visited by over 3 million people every year, but one of the most fascinating experiences is to go up to the top, stay in the refuge for one night and wake up watching the sun rise from its 3270 metres high.

Teide Volcano, Canary Islands
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