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The 10 most beautiful hidden villages in Spain


San Cristóbal de La Laguna

Located in Tenerife, San Cristóbal de La Laguna, better known as just “La Laguna” to locals, embraces a fresh, tropical feel. Wide plazas and pastel-coloured houses with beautifully carved wooden balconies accompanied with the beautiful mountain scenery make it truly breathtaking. But that’s not all - its a mere 15 minutes from the coast, making it truly the best of both worlds. It has a student-driven nightlife, but is also UNSECO protected, and is home to the Museo de Historia de Tenerife - an immaculately preserved colonial architecture.

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Interesting facts about Spain


Spain is home to one of the oldest and richest cultures in the world, with a heritage that has influenced parts on all four corners of the globe, and is the origin of legendary people such as Miguel de Cervantes, Gaudi, and Pablo Picasso

Millions of tourists continue to visit year after year. But what makes Spain so special? The list of unusual facts and anecdotes, combined with the delicious ingredients used in classic Spanish cuisine, and the country’s countless natural treasures and contributions to international art really put Spain up there as one of the most fascinating countries.

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Christmas on the Costa Del Sol

Christmas on the Costa Del Sol

Calle Larios, Malaga, is home to the famous Malaga lights. This year, on the 29th of November, 10,000 light beams will be handed out to spectators who are watching the first show, making it a must-see for anyone visiting the south of Spain this Christmas.

Moreover, don’t forget about the well renowned San Pedro lights show. A spectacular display of lights, lots of bars and restaurants, and friendly faces makes it a great night out for the family.

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