Famous for its many fiestas held regularly throughout the year, there are a number of more unusual celebrations held across Spain, many of which involve throwing food – and lots of it. Here are some of our favourite festivals of Spain. (more…)
The range of options in Andalusian capital is quite wide. Traditional establishments alternate with new stores and malls where you can buy from a towel or fashionable clothes, to very expensive jewelry, pottery and whatever you might want. (more…)
Paradors are not simply a bed for the night, but luxury experiences that are uniquely Spanish. Paradors are an opportunity to stay in a fabulous, historic location with first-class modern facilities, and like AurigaCrown rental partners, are located across the country. (more…)
Christmas in Spain has a lot to offer visitors looking for a less commercial festive season, and the traditional Christmas Markets of the major cities will certainly delight those looking for some seasonal retail therapy or just some unusual gifts.
Casa Broner was built in 1960 by Erwin Broner (1898-1971), an important character in the creative scene of the city. Founder of the group of artists “Ibiza59” and an architect and painter who gave their best to the city that adopted him when he fled from the Nazis chasing him for his Jewish origin. The property which functioned as a residence and studio Broner was declared of Cultural Interest in the monument category in 2000 for being a representative building of the architecture of the island and is part of the Broner Foundation dedicated to promoting the work of the artist and other activities of cultural interest. So in addition to spreading the artistic legacy of Broner and his group, is a reference to the architecture of Ibiza and a space for research and exchange of knowledge and architectural proposals. (more…)