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FITUR 2018: International Tourism Trade Fair

Having broken several records last year, the thirty-eighth edition of the International Tourism Trade Fair is coming with great expectations in the Spanish tourist scene. A good example of this…

Villuercas Ibores Jara Geopark: a route through the history of Earth.

The Villuercas Ibores Jara Geopark is an ideal place to understand the history of the Earth observing the landscape or hiking, while practicing bird watching or enjoying the local cuisine. It…

Inland tourism fair INTUR 2017

Now that winter is coming and temperatures are finally dropping down, our body is asking for some kind of move to warm up. At the gates of this new tourist…

Story of a blogtrip: 4 days in the Natural Park of Sierras Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas

On September 28th, Nattule was invited to a fantastic blog trip to visit Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas Sierras Natural Park. And this time, I was the one who got…

Legendary routes: 6 magical natural spots in Spain

Spain has been and is the place of legends, myths and stories that leave more than one with goose bumps. Or with a smile on your face, if you are…

Wildlife in Monfragüe: What birds we can see and from where

“In Monfragüe, black vultures” … This was already said by a Spanish rock group long before it was declared a National Park in 2007 and enthusiasts of ecotourism activities invaded…

Tierra Adentro: the meeting point of ecotourism in Andalucía

We just left behind September, the “back to school” month, and we are in the middle of the beginning. This is the season of collections, of new projects and of…

Canyoning in green river: flora and fauna that you can see

Knowing nature does not always mean you must be carrying a magnifying glass in one hand and a field guide in the other. It does not mean that these matters…

The best whitewaters in Spain: where can I find them?

With the cold weather that does not seem to arrive and the longing for adventures still present after returning to work, there is nothing better than looking for the whitewater…