If you feel like doing something more than just heading to the beach again, there are a number of activities available that you might be interested in trying. Here are some website links of just a few of them:Continue reading “Getting out on the water”
The Spanish Road Safety Act has been amended since last year and the Guardia Civil may now, in certain circumstances, stop your car and actually prevent you driving any further by clamping it, or in some cases even confiscate your vehicle altogether!
Most of the rules are probably the same or similar to those in your home country but we suggest you have a read of the following points just to be sure you don’t get caught out and end up off the road.Continue reading “Don’t let them take your wheels!”
As a quick follow-up to our recent blog about “Driving in Spain”, here’s a list of what is obligatory by Spanish law to have in your vehicle at all times:Continue reading “What you should always carry in your car in Spain”
The Coastal Trail from Begur to San Feliu de Guixols
La Costa Brava translates as the Wild Coast in English, and although those of us from more northern climes and especially anyone familiar with the Atlantic Ocean might think the “wild“ moniker is a bit of an exaggeration, there is a lot of very rugged coast along here and it is really the physical nature of the coastline that earns it the name Costa Brava rather than anything to do with the weather. (Thankfully!) If you want to really experience the best of this coastline the best way to do so is by going for a walk along the caminos de ronda, which can loosely be translated as ‘coastline walks’, although there are caminos into the interior too.