The Camino Primitivo is our favourite Way of Saint James so far. If you’re planning to do a Camino de Santiago, we recommend this one — but do a bit of preparation before you go!
In many parts of the world, ride-sharing is one of the most popular ways to travel. It’s easy, convenient, and good value for money. Our first experience wasn’t perfect, but we’ll definitely do it again.
Semana Santa is a great time to be in Spain — experience the processions, eat delicious food and generally soak up the atmosphere of Holy Week (or Easter, if you prefer).
A great trip starts with good planning, so here are some helpful tips for train travel in Spain.
Where have we been for the last year? We discuss why we took a year off the Indie Travel Podcast and our plans for 2015.
Sometimes it makes sense to fly to an alternative airport and make your way to your final destination by ground transport. In the Canary Islands, if you’re going to Fuerteventura, you might want to fly into Lanzarote.
There’s plenty going on in Jerez at Christmastime.
While Cádiz isn’t packed full of tourist attractions, it’s easy to find plenty to do there — and a lot of it is free!
Jamie Isaac tells how his surfing holiday turned into a sustainable business that’s changing people’s lives in Fuerteventura, while we’re in Ireland and Croatia. Features Irish music from the streets of Dublin.
There are more types of sherry than you might have thought — from the super-dry to the cloyingly sweet. And some of them are extremely delicious.