Articles tagged as Costa
Patagonia - Land of Ice and Fire
Posted on November 10, 2022 by Keith Simmons
Patagonia spans the southern third of Chile and Argentina.It really is essentially the most famous and romanticised region of either country, additionally it is probably the most sparsely populated.This is a land of immense beauty, filled up with turquoise lakes, mountains, volcanoes, fjords, icebergs and native forests.Northern Patagonia is lush and green, the views of lakes and forested hills against a backdrop of snow-capped volcanoes, is stunningly beautiful and easy on the attention...
Malaga, Birthplace of Pablo Picasso
Posted on October 4, 2020 by Keith Simmons
Another lively Andalucian town and capital of the popular Costa del Sol Málaga has, in its time, been inhabited by Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans and Moors.Wide avenues and green spaces abound and, as with other major Spanish cities, it's truly steeped in culture and history.The Citadel or La Alcazaba (8th-11th centuries) and being the emblem of Málaga, is among the largest fortresses in Andalucia with and Archaelogoical Museum situated there...
Granada, Glorious City Of Southern Spain
Posted on June 22, 2020 by Keith Simmons
Located at the foot of the southerly Sierra Nevada ski resort, Granada is among the most splendid cities of eastern Andalucia.On its southern side is 103 kms of fabulous Mediterranean shore, together with the Costa del Sol and Costa Tropical in close proximity whilst, in between, lies a fertile plain producing tropical fruits.Granada dates back to ancient times and was called Ilbyr.When the Romans colonized the southern part of Iberia, they built their own city there, calling it Illibris...