Still relatively untouched by mass tourism La Palma offers hikers green lush vegetation thick in pine forests in the mountainous centre. In fact the whole island was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2002 and it's honeycombed with a network of hiking trails.
Right bang in the heart of Madrid is the highly fashionable four star Iberostar Las Letras Gran Via. Ideal for city-breakers who want to enjoy the buzzy city life and sights of Madrid.
Rupert Parker takes a 14-day cruise on Fred Olsen's ship Braemar to visit historic cities in Portugal and Spain such as Lisbon, Seville and the Alhambra palace in Granada, as well as the Spanish enclave of Ceuta on the North African coast.
Alcudia in the North of Mallorca is home to gorgeous landscape, plenty of heritage, sensational art and a lovely family friendly beach.
Mallorca has retained an impressive ten Michelin Stars across nine sensational restaurants at the ninth annual Michelin Star Awards.
Paella and Spanish omelette are typical and available everywhere but it would be a shame to miss out on the regional specialities that Palma de Mallorca has to offer.
A typical 18th century Galician manor house surrounded by 150 hectares of woodland just outside the historic pilgrimage centre of Santiago de Compostela.
This is the most popular tour in Mallorca, and Nofrills excursions has a departure from the north of Mallorca combining bus, boat, train and tram.
The Camino de Fisterra or Finisterre Way is the logical extension to any of the Caminos, starting in Santiago and ending up at the Atlantic.
St. Jean Pied de Port, in France to Santiago de Compostela, in the North West of Spain, has become increasingly popular segment of the Camino de Santiago.