To get to know the versatile Andalusian horse, we visited the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and the Yeguada de la Cartuja stud farm.
Semana Santa (Holy Week) is the most important religious holiday in Spain.
Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, and El Puerto de Santa Maria form the Sherry Triangle, home to the sherry wines of southern Spain.
To find and consume true paella valenciana, went to see paella’s rural birthplace on the banks of the Albufera lagoon.
The Fallas Festival of Valencia culminates on March 19th with a riot of fireworks and bonfires that would even inspire Burning Man to stand up and cheer.
Valencia is one of Spain’s principal ceramic centers.
After our first week here, Valencia has proven to be a veritable feast for the senses.
East of Málaga city we explored the Axarquía region, a refreshingly authentic part of southern Spain.
We visited the Costa del Sol to stroll its sweeping beachside promenade and eat Dutch snacks at one of its many northern European restaurants.
This week, we were introduced to the old, new, touristy, and authentic faces of Málaga.