Volcanoes of Lanzarote on Foot & 4×4

October 10, 2017 - Sin comentarios

leoks The fourth largest/third smallest of the Canary Islands, Lanzarote is one of its drier, most volcanic-looking ones, wth golden-brown beaches populated by sand blown over from the relatively nearby Sahara desert (the African mainland being aro...Leer más

A Half Century of Sitges’ Fantasy Film Fest

October 5, 2017 - Sin comentarios

  Catalonia's iconic holiday city by the sea, just 45 minutes south of Barcelona, is known for its sun, sand, and quaint whitewashed architecture. But Sitges has also developed quite a festival scene, and the doyen of said scene reache...Leer más

A Romantic Road Trip Out of Lisbon

October 4, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Tsezarina Europe is of course crisscrossed by fairytale drives of all sorts, but Portugal can truly lay claim to one which is one of the continent's most enchanting, and one furthermore quite close in to capital Lisbon, all driveable in as little a...Leer más

Lights…Camera…Dominican Republic!

September 28, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Mariordo Thanks to both its appealingly tropical Caribbean and Spanish colonial vibes, the Dominican Republic has had a long history on the silver screen, both playing itself but more often playing other places both real and imagined. First the rea...Leer más

In Spain’s Green Asturias, Once Gritty Gijón a Rejuvenated Dynamo

September 27, 2017 - Sin comentarios

juanjominor The largest city (pop. 280,000) of Asturias, one of the regions of Spain's green north, Gijón is also its major seaport, right astride the bracing Cantabrian Sea. And for much of the 20th century, the emphasis here was less on aesthet...Leer más

Creativity a-Go-Go in Cape Town, South Africa

September 22, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Zeitz MOCAA Africa's most dynamic country is naturally home to some of its most dynamic cities. And especially when it comes to culture and creativity, it can be argued that South Africa's "Mother City", Cape Town, continues to lead the parade. A...Leer más

Discovering ‘Authentic’ Barcelona in its Sants Neighbourhood

September 19, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Dani Keral The working-class district of Sants in Barcelona's south is best known for its enormous train station - Spain's second largest - which connects the city to most other destinations throughout the country. So tens and hundreds of thousa...Leer más

In Buenos Aires, i Latina Is a Pan-Latin Foodie Phenom

September 15, 2017 - Sin comentarios

i Latina Beyond tango, cafés, culture, exciting nightlife, and parrillada (classic barbecued beef), Argentina's capital has been sprouting an impressively diverse foodie scene, with fine dining running the gamut of world cuisines. But in this div...Leer más

Spanish History Lesson: Spain’s European Empire

September 14, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Rijksmuseum Most everyone is well aware that Spain had a far-flung overseas empire, which included not only most of Latin America but also the Philippines and even areas of northern and western Africa. (resulting in Africa’s only Spanish-speaking ...Leer más

Why Tejeda, on Gran Canaria, Is Officially 1 of Spain’s Prettiest Towns

September 13, 2017 - Sin comentarios

gumbao Looking at a map of Gran Canaria (the Canary Islands' third largest in size and largest in population), its shape reminds me of a seashell. So you could say that one of its towns which I explored recently, is like a pearl in the middle of tha...Leer más

234621 written by hellokisses

14/7/2015

Tarifa is probably the best of them all. Gorgeous tourists and many young people, a fun nude beach

283949 written by Bjarne

1/7/2016

I love Formentera, best clothing optional and nudist beaches – here my own little naturist articles

http://spotnaked.com/liberate-your-mind-and-body-at-naturist-vacation/4794/

and

http://spotnaked.com/formentera-spain-for-naturists-worth-the-visit/4315/

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