The Spanish Thyme Traveller's Valencia Paella Project teaches students how to cook an authentic version of ... hotel with breakfast. This B&B-cum-cookery school is ideal for those who like to know exactly where their ingredients come from. Finca Buenvino.
For a group getaway that's more Enchanted April than Peter's Friends, this eight-bedroom manor house close to Périgueux is ideal. Built in 1611 but recently renovated, it also caters well for mixed age groups, with two family suites for guests with.
Mallorca's property market is firmly on course this year, according to agents, and golf is helping to drive the recovery. The area has long topped the list of favourite holiday hotspots for Brits visiting Spain , with the Balearic Islands Tourism Board.
After all, why choose when the Sant Francesc Hotel Singular boasts offers travelers tradition and five-star amenities? Think: Santanyí stone pillars, and an on-site restaurant in former stables with an impressive list of local wines. Recently.
Once the madness of car rental at Palma airport on a Saturday was negotiated, we headed south-east towards Santanyi , to find old stone farmhouses and quiet villages dotted around rolling hills. With cypress trees shooting up ... With young children in.
Yes, this 34,000-square-mile land of costa and sierra is also home to some of the ugliest coastal developments in Spain : a mix of pile 'em high hotels and tumbleweed golf estates. But we're not going to those. Nor are we going to the magnificent cities.
For many Brits, Mallorca is all about hotel pools and 24-hour night clubs. But the island has a ... Where to stay:Aljup de Son Amer, a one-bedroom cottage on the outskirts of the little village of Es Lllombards, south of Santanyi . From £578, sleeps two.
One of the smartest hotels in Spain, Finca Cortesín is an Andalusian idyll of soothing luxury where jasmine and roses scent the air. There's lots of space inside and out, huge pools, exquisite food, a superb spa and a top-level golf course.
For many Brits, the name Majorca conjures up images of sun-kissed beaches fringed by towering hotel skyscrapers and bustling with package holidaymakers looking for plenty of fun in the sun. If a beach-party-sleep-repeat holiday formula is what you're .
Our bolt-hole was close to the villages of Cas Concos and Santanyi , where we went to stock up at the one-stop supermarket with fresh local seafood, decent red wine at £4 a bottle and cava by the case load. It wasn't ... The plush Port Petit restaurant.