I wrote a guide to Sevilla, also known as Seville. This is a beautiful city that should be at the top of your Spain to-do list.
I took a day trip from Madrid to Spain’s spiritual capital. Click here to read about my adventure to Toledo.
I took a day trip to Melilla, a Spanish exclave city located on the Moroccan coast of North Africa. The city is a mix of Spanish and Moroccan influences and is best known for its large wall designed to repel African migrants. Click here to read about my adventure to this geopolitical oddity.
Tenerife is the largest and most visited Canary Island. I spent 2.5 days on the northern side of the island. Click here to read about my trip.
In the second part of my Extremadura road trip, I visited the hometown of conquistadors and saw Iberia’s greatest Roman ruins. Click here to read about this wondrous region.
I visited Extremadura, Spain’s least visited region. On this first part of the road trip, I visited Elvas in Portugal, Alburquerque and the magnificent Caceres- a Game of Thrones filming location.
I spent a long weekend on the Canary Islands’ desert island where I had the AirBNB experience of a lifetime. Click here to read about my trip to Fuerteventura.
I spent two days on the island of Gran Canaria – a Spanish island located off the coast of Morocco. The island has many climates and is often called a continent in miniature. Click here to read about my diverse experience!
I climbed to the top of Iberia’s highest peak and visited some unique Berber towns along the way. Click here to read about the successful summit attempt.
I was lucky enough to hike Spain’s most dramatic walk: the Caminito Del Rey. Click here to read about my journey on the Caminito and learn how to plan your own trip!