The holiday operators TUI and Jet2 Holidays have both cancelled holidays to Spain
Holidaymakers love the Balearic Islands: Ibiza, Menorca, Mallorca. But can you cancel if you are worried to travel due to the coronavirus?
Locals and tourists must now wear a mask when visiting Spain's Balearics and Catalonia
Mallorca is a beacon of calm, sophistication, beauty and A-List celebrity. Sarah Drane reveals what life is like on this popular Spanish island.
Alcudia in the North of Mallorca is home to gorgeous landscape, plenty of heritage, sensational art and a lovely family friendly beach.
If you’ve already done the popular Camino Frances, or fancy something more challenging, this is the original Way of St James, the first major pilgrimage route to Santiago, and you won’t meet too many people.
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.
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.
The smallest and most westerly of the Canary Islands, El Hierro was once considered the end of the world but now is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and Geopark with crystal clear waters and over 500 extinct volcanic craters.
Bad boozy behaviour is now illegal in the Balearic Islands including Sant Antoni on Ibiza and Playa de Palma, El Arenal and Magaluf.