Spain is the second most important destination for cruise holidays in Europe, second only to Italy. Spanish cruise ports received nearly 6 million passengers last year, a level that the port authorities are keen to maintain, and improve. Port charges have been reduced with the intention of making it more attractive for cruise lines. Facilities
After months of debate, the regional government of Madrid has approved a strict regulation on short-term rentals, which could develop as a model for other cities. The new decree, Decreto de Regulación de Apartamentos Turísticos y de las Viviendas de Uso Turístico, bans private homeowners for renting out their homes for less than five days.
With thousands of kilometres of coastline bordering the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, Spain is a haven for sun worshippers and all types of water sports. Beach activities include waterskiing, boat hire and yacht charter, fishing trips, windsurfing, paragliding and scuba diving, almost all of which you can enjoy all year round due to Spain’s wonderful
Beautifully appointed studio apartments located in the heart of Nerja in Plaza Cavana. This is arguably one of the best locations in Nerja, with the town’s amenities on the doorstep and with several beaches less than a 5 minute walk away. The apartments are just 20 metres from the famous Balcon de Europa, offering stunning
Motril port continues to expand its maritime operations with a new Moroccan connection providing a daily ferry service from Motril to Alhucemas on the northern coast of Morocco, approximately half way between Ceuta and Melilla. This service to be provided by the shipping line, Naviera Armas. This is an addition to the recent cruise trade
Nerja continues to appear in the top rankings for holiday and tourist destinations in Spain. Trivago, the online hotel booking website, has just published their latest ranking for the best 50 beach destinations in Spain. Nerja has come third with 78.29 points, only behind Conil (Cadiz) 79.34 points, and Marbella with 78.62 points. Trivago is
Out of just 174 beaches throughout the whole of Spain, Nerja received this prestigious award for two of their beaches, the Burriana and the Torrecilla, from the Minister for Tourism and Energy, José Manuel Soria. The “Q” for Quality Tourism Award is above the Blue Flag distinction, which is awarded to many more beaches throughout
Nerja continues to be one of the top destinations for holiday rentals according to Spanish Internet searches, and Trip Advisor, the largest travel website in the world. According to their rankings, Nerja is in fourth place, behind only Barcelona, Madrid and Marbella, and on the increase from data published two months ago, when a study