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…)
Sevilla is one of the oldest cities in Spain and throghout its history Sevilla has had several cultural influences and life styles. Now, in the XXI century, Sevilla is a cosmopolitan city with modern infrastructure and tons of high quality entertainment choices.
Situated in a privileged location on the Spanish Mediterranean coast, Estepona offers a rich culture, history, gastronomy, modern comfort and a variety of exciting activities. Estepona has plenty to offer for adventure lovers, for the demanding sybarite, for the cosmopolitan personality and for the modest nature lover. (more…)
With an average of over 300 days of sunshine per year, the Costa del Sol is aptly named. Hot dry summers, and usually mild winters make this coastal region of Malaga province a year round destination. But occasionally the rain has to fall, and if you’re unlucky enough to be caught in a downpour when you should be on the beach, what can you do when sun, sea and sand are out of the question? (more…)