Monthly Archives: April 2013

Tabarca Island

Tabarca is an island located in front of Santa Pola, the only one in a region of Valencia, that has people living on it and also the smallest permanently inhabited island in Spain. The island is 1750 meters long, so you can see it all in one day.

 

Half of the island is remote, the other half has a village where about 100 people live. The island has become very touristic, specially in summer. There are a lot of things to do, a few restaurants which have a little bit higher prices, also there are 2 hotels and 3 hostels so you can spend the night at the island.

 

 

 Tabarca Island

 

 

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From Moscow to Torrevieja

This will be an exciting trip; from the centre of Moscow we are going to travel to Torrevieja – a nice city in the south of Spain. We already have our touristic visa for travelling to Spain. We got this visa at the Spanish embassy in Moscow;

 

Address: Ulitsa Bolshaya Nikitskaya 50/8.-Moscow 121069

Telephone: (495) 202 21 61, 202 21 80, 202 26 10 & 202 26 57

 

 

Spanish Embassy Moscow

 

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Flying simulator in Spain

Would you like to be a pilot for one day? There is a company in Alcoy that offers you this possibility. You can become a pilot for one day in its simulator. People who has tried it, tells that it’s an amazing experience. Using the structure of a real Airbus A320, they have built a modern simulator which can make you feel the real adrenaline of flying.

 

 

Flying simulator spain

 

 

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Mediterranean sea

We wouldn’t  understand the life in Mediterranean region without knowing a little bit about Mediterranean sea, which is very calm, relaxing and warm.

In summer, the temperature of water reaches 26 °C. In winter it goes down until 14 °C.

 

There are 23 countries, that have a coastline on the Mediterranean sea – 23 different cultures share the same water. The history has made a beautiful cultural exchange that nowadays we can appreciate in the gastronomy and languages from all these countries.

The sky over the sea is always clean, almost without clouds and the sun shines every day.

 

Views Mediterranean sea

 

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Where to live in Spain?

Maybe you think about buying a property in Spain but the country is so big and there are so many options, that you don’t know where. In this post you will find the answer to the question that is in your mind, and also in the mind of thousands of people from all over the world.

 

Where to live in Spain?

 

Spanish door

 

 

One of those can be the entrance of your new house in Spain – in Ciudad Quesada, Los Alcazares, La Zenia or La Manga.

 

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Advices for retirement in Spain

Are you thinking about the retirement? New period in your life is starting. What about enjoying your retirement in Spain?

 

Here you have some advices for your retirement in Spain:

 

· Do you want to go to Spain only for holidays or maybe for staying whole year? There are different areas to spend your retirement in Spain, some of them can be great during all the year and others are more recommended for holidays.

 

 

Retirement in Spain

 

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Shopping at La Zenia Boulevard

La Zenia Boulevard is the newest shopping centre of our area and also the largest one in Alicante region (160.000 m2). It has more than 150 shops and services including a huge supermarket Alcampo, Leroy Merlin,  Primark, Swarovski, Decathlon, Massimo Dutti, Zara, Stradivarius and much more.

 

 

La Zenia Boulevard

 

 

This special shopping centre has a traditional Mediterranean village design with a lot of open areas and 11.000 m2 of its surface is dedicated to restaurants and bars. There is a Casino, Bowling and the children entertainment park.

 

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Camino de Santiago from Alicante

Maybe one of the best ways to enjoy the nature and discover the most hidden places of Spain is making Camino de Santiago from Alicante

 

 

Camino de Santiago from Alicante

 

 

Camino de Santiago is the most famous pilgrimage in Europe, but you don’t need to be religious to do it. Every year thousands of people from whole Europe go to Santiago walking, by bicycle or by horse. 

 

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