Category Archives: Spain

Huelva with Kids: What to do?

Huelva is a small city in Spain’s south-western Andalusia.  Located along the Gulf of Cádiz coast, at the confluence of the Odiel and Tinto rivers, Here’s what there is to do with kids in this corner of Spain.

20 ways to entertain kids around Tarifa

Tarifa, or as we know it ‘The Windy City’ sits at the southern most point of mainland Europe and after we visited Seville,  Cadiz and Ronda and fell totally in love with them, we thought that Tarifa might be a good place to visit too. We had a brilliant time and we were surprised by how much…

How to hike Caminito del Rey with kids

Everything you need to know about hiking Caminito del Rey with kids. Caminito del what? The Spanish language has this cute way of adding ‘ito‘ to the end of the word to make it smaller – the object of the word that is, not the word. Camino in Spanish means path or road, Caminito therefore…

How not to starve as vegans in Ronda

We knew that Ronda was going to be a challenge but after being vegan in Seville we thought it would be manageable. Holy shit!! How wrong could we have been. It was a nightmare and despite reading a ton of other blogs and searching Google, I either found that the recommended restaurants had closed down…

Ronda with kids. 8 Unique things to do

When I researched Ronda, I was dissapointed that I found nothing of any real interest. Every blog listed the same activities; ‘see the bridge’, ‘visit the arab baths’, ‘get lost in the streets’… Surely there was more to Ronda than that? Right?! Of course there is. Here’s our creative list of unique things to do…

Why horse carriage rides should be banned in Seville

I know it seems like we talk about avoiding animal cruelty a lot, and maybe we do, but it’s something we believe passionately in and want to draw attention to. I mean, why would anybody knowingly want to abuse an animal? To us, it doesn’t make sense and we hope you agree. Horse Cruelty in…

A personalised family itinerary for Seville

Before we went to Seville, I looked for some inspirational itineraries that we could possible follow during our trip. They were clearly written by young, energetic jet-setters who were able to cram as much as possible into their fifteen hour days and barely stop for a breather. So here’s our family itinerary for Seville. Fifteen…

Being vegan in Seville

Seville is a wonderful city. The laid back attitude of locals, the architecture, the narrow cobbled streets, the brightly coloured buildings and the roof top bars make it such an interesting place to spend time. It’s vibrant and noisy and there’s passion in the air. It’s a happy place to be…. especially for a carnivore…

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