An island famed for its torrid nightlife but Ibiza has lots of other things to offer like a traditional dreamy countryside, flawless shores, a quaint cobblestoned old town, a mystical rock island and a mouthwatering fluffy pastry the ensaimada.
What to do:
Visit the impressive castle of Ibiza that provides great views of the city,
Swim at Cala Conta where the sea is exceptionally pleasant with warm shallow waters, abundant fish and wonderful views.
Head to Cala Bassa a beautiful bay with a pine forest as a back drop with good food, drinks and a DJ.
Experience the extraordinary night life of Ibiza at Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Club where David Guetta might be playing his music.
For vintage clothes Hola Hola (Mercat Vell) is the place to be.
For made-in-Ibiza pieces go to Kurru Kurru (Plaza del Parque) and Loyandford at White Horse Boutique (Calle de la Cruz)
And for designer labels visit reVOLVER (Calle Bisbe Azara), Galy (Isidoro Macabich) and Mayurka (Vara de Rey and Avinguda Ignasi Wallis
A very cosmopolitan resort renowned for its elegance and its charming historic quarter, filled with whitewashed buildings, remnants of a ninth-century Arab fortresses and fragrant orange trees.
What to do:
Marbella’s main thoroughfare, the Avenida Ricardo Soriano, is a major shopping district and home to some of the area’s best shops and top fashion boutiques, seeming to stretch for miles.
For heavy shopping Paseo Maritimo is the place to be.
Stroll around the old quarter where you can shop and stumble upon charming chapels.
Meander through Avenida Del Mar where you will find statutes of Salvador Dali, Tapas Bars along the streets with soft warm Mediterranean breezes and stunning views of the calm Mediterranean Sea.
On La Plaza de Los Aranjos (The Orange square) the oldest church of Marbella (dating back to the 15th century) is situated the “Ermita de Santiago”. La Plaza de Los Aranjos is a square with cafés and restaurants and a lovely fountain and lots of orange trees.
A pleasant city drenched in sun, hiding outdoor markets, exquisite restaurants, fancy shops, museums, secret squares, quaint fountains, marvelous palaces and churches not to forget the extensive and reliable Metro system.
What to do:
Head down to La Gavina, nestled on the edge of Port Vell, for fresh seafood on the terrace while you watch the yachts swinging gently on the water. Try the lobster paella – the prized crustacean is caught right in the city’s historic fishing harbor.
Soak up the sun at Barceloneta Beach with its long stretches of sand.
Visit La Sagrada Familia and the mansion of Palau Güell designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí.
For shopping explore the famous Las Ramblas Avenue or head to the department store El Corte Inglés.
La Roca village is a luxury outlet shopping venue with over 100 fashion boutiques.
At Heron city you will find many fashion outlet stores in this shopping Centre selling brands like Bershka, Diesel, Pepe Jeans, Funky Fish, Pull& Bear and Paddock Line also have outlets here, as well as the shoe shops Querol and Vermont.
Seville is famous for being the burial site of Christopher Colombus and for its Bohemian architecture, its colorful festivals and lively nightlife. Seville is definitely dazzling with its three UNESCO World Heritage Sites and its antique charm.
What to do:
Explore the impressive Alcazar palace complex, an architectural gem.
The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See will spellbind you with its gothic style. It is the burial site of Christopher Columbus.
The main shopping district is home to all the big international and Spanish clothing lines (such as Zara who has at least 4 separate stores in Seville). The winding streets and alleyways of the Santa Cruz area (around the Cathedral) offer Spanish- and Andalusian-themed T-shirts and inexpensive flamenco dresses.
The Corte Ingles (translated literally to “The English Cut”) is a large chain of department stores located throughout Spain selling clothes in the “American style” like Toro de Fuego, Bershka, Blanco ,El Corte Inglés, Massimo Dutti and Stradivarius.