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State Education in Javea, Spain

Many expat parents who move to the Costa Blanca find it difficult to decide whether or not to enrol their children in a state school or a private school.…

La Tomatina

The legendary La Tomatina is a Spanish festival which is held on the last Wednesday of August in the usually picturesque town of Buñol. This pretty town…

Las Fallas

Las Fallas is a spanish fiesta where different cities around Spain (Valencia and Denia for example), spend all year building giant sculptures just to set…

Scuba Diving on the Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca coastline stretches for over 20km along the eastern edges of Spain. The clear balmy Mediterranean seas and warm sandy beaches make this…

Spanish Christmas

Christmas is a special time of year, and each country that choose to celebrate Christmas has its own distinctive customs and traditions which make it unique…


The town of Villajoyosa, otherwise known as La Vila Joiosa (which translates as ‘Joyful Village’) is a coastal town and which is situated in the Costa…

Aitana safari park

The Safari park sits on a mountain plateau and offers plenty to see and do. A wide selection of exotic animals call this home, and visitors are invited…


The city is the capital of the province of Alicante and the second largest Valencian city with a population of around 350,000 residents. Originally named…


The Bioparc in Valencia is a unique day out which all the family can enjoy. Bioparc can be found near the City of Arts and Sciences, located at the Parque…