Cap D'es Falco is a restaurant situated in the protected national park of Ses Salines, close to Es Cavallet Beach, in the South of Ibiza.
Sunsets here are simply beautiful, the white light surrounding the restaurant makes it perfect for a romantic dinner or a wedding party.
I would suggest to try the home-cooked Italian cuisine and delicious desserts, otherwise some grilled meat accompanied with some spanish wine.
I think the Cardamom Club is the only restaurant in Ibiza that deserves to be considered master in true Indian Cusine.
Cardamom Club restaurant is situated in Santa Eularia Des Riu (this is the Catalàn name, the spanish name is Santa Eulalia Del Rio) on the east side of Ibiza, 15 km from Eivissa (Ibiza town).
Definitely a place to go for a trip on the beautiful east side of the island, a calmer place with a little more mature crowd.
Calle de la Sequia des Mallorqui, Santa Eularia Des Riu, Ibiza
Tel: +34 971 330 017
Open for dinner from 7.30 PM, Tuesday closed
Bacchus is restaurant situated in the tiny town Santa Gertrudis in the center of Ibiza.
It's open all the year round and it's located in one of the oldest fincas in Santa Gertrudis.
The wine list is excellent, is not a case this restaurant has been named after the Roman God of Wine!
The food menu is quite exotic, with a mixture of Mediterranean and Asian cuisine.
I recommend to go to Bacchus to have a delightful dining experience and to take a look at Santa Gertrudis: a very small town but well known for its nice restaurants and their good food.
Carrer Venda de Fruiteria
Santa Gertrudis, Ibiza - Spain
+34 971 197 625
Summer: Monday - Sunday / 8.00pm to 1.00am
Winter: Wednesday - Sunday / 12pm to 5pm & 8pm to 12am
Privado is the lounge bar of El Ayoun, a well known stylish restaurant situated in San Rafael.
El Privado is a unique place on the island, with superior service and some of the drinks considered to be the best on the island.
Of course the music makes you dance but always being elegant and sexy.
Calle Isidor Macabich, 6 - San Rafael Centre Ibiza
+34 971 198 335
Ushuaia is a new stylish place in Playa D'en Bossa.
During the day it's a restaurant and beach lounge with VIP beds and rustic thatched umbrellas.
In the night it becomes a playground for beach parties with well known DJs as Tania Vulcano, Luciano and David Morales.
I like it because of its interior design and good parties. I suggest to everyone to go and have a boogie!
Behind Hotel Fiesta Club Don Toni
Playa D’en Bossa, Ibiza
The tiny resort of Sant Elm is situated in South-West Mallorca.It is reached via a winding country road that threads its narrow way through low cultivated hills.There are two hotels and several decent restaurants lining its single street.
The place to stay is the friendly, family-run Hostal Dragonera. It has double rooms from 57 euros in high season which come with ample buffet breakfast served in a dining room overlooking the gorgeous, sheltered bay. There is a sun terrace with free sunbeds from where steps lead down to what is essentially a private sandy beach seperated by rocks from the village's main strand.
Great priced eco campsite only 1.5 hrs south of Barcelona. Only 20 pounds per night. It's run by a friendly family. Yoga is taught each morning in the flower filled courtyard. Beaches only 12 miles away. A 'get away from it all' holiday with a lot of activities to keep the non-yoga enthusiasts happy too. Castles to explore, beaches to sunbathe on, giant catfish to catch in the river Ebro, hiking in stunning mountains straight out of the front door. The camping facilities are clean and modern in a converted stable. It's only £20 a day too.
It's a Mediterranean mountain ecoretreat only 12 miles from the unspoilt beaches of the Costa Daurada, which has been missed by mass tourism. They run yoga classes each day in the olive groves with stunning mountain scenery.
Camping facilities are in a beautiful converted stable. You can pitch your tent in complete privacy (wild camping) and hiking possibilities are unlimited in the surrounding designated natural park (Serra de Cardo mountains).
The fishing villages are picturesque, the river fishing and kayaking are fun, the beaches and coves are golden and uncrowded, and it's only 20 euros a night. What's not to love?
All around the city there are bike stations where you can rent a bike. The scheme is the same as the one running in Paris.
Use the touchscreen at the station to subscribe. You will need a credit card to do so. To subscribe costs €5 a week, and you can use the bike for 30 minutes without paying extra. Easy enough in Seville where it rarely takes more than 20 to get from one side of the centre to the other. If you do go over the 30 minute time, you will be charged about a Euro for 30 minutes.
Seville is such a flat city that cycling is easy. And with the hot weather (up to 45 degrees C. in the summer), cycling and the breeze is a lot more comfortable than walking.
There is a downside. Sevici is very popular with residents, tourists, and sadly vandals. Occasionally, either the station is empty, or the bikes have been vandalised. Also you may get to the bike station to return your bike and discover it is full. Log in with your code you were given when you subscribed and you will be able to get another 15 minutes to go to another station. There is a map available on the screen.
When the Euro was introduced to Spain this was generally seen as an excuse by most bars and restaurants to bump up the prices ...
Not only is Eslava one of the cheapest places for tapas (still only about €1.80 as opposed to €3.00 for most places now), it is also one of the best. And boy does it get crowded because of it! But that is part of the charm.
And if this wasn't good enough, the staff are consistently, friendly, attentive, knowledgeable and professional. It works like a machine. Remember, Seville and customer service do not always go together.
There are a few tables but you cannot book. Just turn up, say how many you are, then wait with a glass of beer or wine. Alternatively, eat at the bar.
There is a restaurant, but it's the same food in bigger portions.
The tapas are interesting, and well prepared. My personal favourite is Pork Loin with dill sauce "Lomo con salsa eneldo".
As many a Sevillano waiter discovered when I lived there, I have high standards.
But Bar Eslava is divine.
A great hostel in the heart of Barcelona. A beautiful modernist building situated on one of the grandest avenues of the city, Passeig de Gracia. In terms of location, you could not get much better. Easy walking distance to all major sites, in particular, Gaudi's Casa Batllo and La Pedrera.
Close to Metro, Passeig de Gracia, Placa Catalunya and Diagonal.
A beautiful rustic hotel a few minutes drive from lively Sitges - you can't fail to have a relaxing stay here. Ian and Neil, the owners, are perfect hosts who offer great suggestions on places to visit and provide evening meals Mon-Sat and lovely continental breakfast everyday. The setting is delightful and it's not far from the sea, vineyards and quaint villages to visit. And the beds are incredibly comfortable.
Almost all the major museums in Barcelona offer free admission once a month - almost always on a Sunday and often the first Sunday of each month.
A little research and planning means visitors can save a small fortune while seeing some of the best laid-out museums I've seen anywhere.
I imagine you'd be best asking at the tourist info.
I've been here in this brand new building with my boyfriend and our stay was nice. Design Self Catering Flats with private parking very close to Barcelona main Train Station (Barcelona Sants) and Barcelona Trade Fair (Fira). You can easily leave the car in the park and get to the city centre on Metro or Bus.
I was in Seville in Andalucía and took a walking and bike tour with a company called Really Discover. For €20-25 a person you not only get to know about the history and culture of the city, but they use the time with you to recommend the great, cheap tapas bars; flamenco shows which don't cost an arm and a leg and are more authentic; monuments that have free entry at certain times, etc etc... A really good investment.
Cute as a button, Altiplano Tipis is a quaint luxury tipi camping site near to the town of Baza that we found while travelling around Andalusia.
The three tipis situated in the courtyard were like a picture postcard, brightly coloured yellows and blues against a backdrop of the whitewashed cave house of the friendly owners, Louise and Andrew. The tipis were very comfortable and had a homely feel with coloured rugs on the floor and we even had our own private shower room, which made a nice change from our previous camping experiences!
Louise, the owner, put on a delicious spread every morning for breakfast including stewed fruits, home-made jams, bread and cheeses. The location was very peaceful, with only the sounds of the birds and bees and from the pool we could see the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the distance. A very relaxing place to have a glass of cava while watching the sunset. For €36 a night for two people including breakfast, this makes a great option for those on a budget or for those looking for something a little bit different.
Canada SoSal,18800 Baza, Spain
Phone: +34 664835417
Nearest airports: Granada and Almeria
A lovely villa, right in the city centre of Granada. It actually shares its garden wall with the Alhambra. It is a big place, with gardens and a swimming pool (quite rare in any city centre).
Bars, restaurants, shops and the magnificent Alhambra palace all in easy walking distance. Most of the terraces have fantastic views over the Albaicin (old Arabic quarter). It may seem a bit on the expensive side, but really isn't when you take a reasonable sized group and see the price per person.
We used the villa for a joint family holiday, it was perfect as it catered to all of us - adults, teenagers and the smaller kids. Definitely one of our top three family holidays.
The Loft is a bar with very friendly staff and local and imported drinks. You can catch all sporting events on several TVs and play pool and make use of free Wi-Fi. Richard and daughter Jodie make for great staff and always made us welcome. Their 'shots' menu is pretty impressive too.
Paseo de Mediterraneo opposite the Cruz Rojo (red cross ambulance station) and in front of the post office on Mojacar Playa. The bar is on first floor with views overlooking the sea with palm trees.
I lived in Mojacar for a short while and worked near to the restaurant. The food and ambience was always good and my family visited every time they came to Spain. Malcolm and Jayne made us really welcome. And Russ and Nick working in kitchen were very good. Cheesy garlic bread was divine and steaks done to your request.
On Paseo de Mediterraneo. Behind the Estanco Cantal on Plaza de Estrella.
Nearest airport Almeria.
Chain of 91 government hotels, usually in castles, palaces and monasteries, but also in some modern buildings.
Lots offer "Five nights", "Two-night Special", "Golden Days" (30% discount over 55 years old), "Young Persons" and "Special Offers".
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