La Liga season 2019/20

22 August 2019
La Liga could not be compared with football leagues from other European countries. According to UEFA, it has been the top league in Europe over the last five years and it is one of the most famous sport leagues worldwide. The new season just started and Across Spain offers new packages to experience this global sport highlight live. 

Sea wild life observation in Tarifa

5 August 2019
Just before the Spanish mainland ends and where the Mediterranean and the Atlantic meet, there is a small town called Tarifa, in the region of Andalusia. Through its unique location, across the Strait of Gibraltar facing Morocco, Tarifa offers a very different climate and character as the rest of Andalusia.

Luxury trains in Spain

26 July 2019
Enjoying Spain by travelling through the country in a luxury train is definitely once in a lifetime experience for all. These luxury trains are connects Spain’s several regions, cities, cuisine and made to configure each luxury tour to meet your specific needs with its pleasant atmosphere and it’s a first-class crew. Travellers can choose from a wide variety of trains across the Iberian Peninsula, such as the famous Al Andalus Luxury Train which takes its travellers on a round-trip journey from Seville, visiting historical cities in Andalusia or exploring the Northern provinces which part is also known as green Spain with the El Transcantábrico Luxury Train.

La Tomatina festival

14 June 2019
As always, this year Spain’s craziest festival, - La Tomatina – will take place on the 28th of August in the Spanish town Buñol, in the community of Valencia. During this fun festival, participants throw ripe tomatoes at each other, turning the whole city and everyone in it red.

Gastronomy in Spain

24 May 2019
The gastronomy of Spain is immensely rich and varied, just like the country itself. With a wide variety of top quality ingredients to choose from, old traditions and recipes combined to create new quality concepts and an incredible level in cooking skills - it is no surprise that Spain is at the top of culinary excellence in Europe.

Self-Drive in Spain

10 May 2019
If you are considering embarking on a self-drive holiday, look no further than Spain. Each region of the country makes the ideal destination for a road trip, as each and every one boasts its own unique history, monuments, tradition and gastronomy to explore. If you are trying to decide a route that’s best for you, read our suggestions below to find out more about why Spain is the perfect self-drive destination.

Battle of Wine

26 April 2019
Spain’s one of the most unique festival, the wine fight or also known as La Batalla de Vino de Haro is a perfect opportunity to visit Spain’s most famous wine region and  spend an amazing day in the wine yards of La Rioja. Take your water guns and prepare yourself for the wine fight! Every year on the 29th of June locals and visitors come together in the famous wine region of La Rioja in the wine yard of Haro to celebrate together on Saint Peter’s Day (El dia de San Pedro) with this crazy festivity. During the celebration people pour sweet liquids all over each other, eating, drinking and singing together.

Biking and trekking across Spain

12 April 2019
Cycling and hiking holidays are getting more famous in Spain since its weather, landscapes and cultural heritage makes it the perfect activity holiday destination. Visitors can find thousands km of marked cycling routes and numerous trekking paths throughout the whole country. From calm plains, sandy beaches up to steep mountains and rocky coves travellers can find every level of routes in Spain.

The Ignatian Way

27 March 2019
The Camino Ignaciano is one of the famous pilgrimage route in the north eastern part of Spain starting from Loyola. The way is connected with a thousand year old tradition. When San Ignacio decided to change his life after his ponderous injury in 1521, he became a pilgrim and created the Camino Ignaciano. Originally his plan was to go to Jerusalem from Loyola. However, he only reached Catalonia, the modern way is also going from the Sanctuary the Loyola to de Santa Maria the Montserrat Abbey.