Spain Trip Itineraries
Guide To Barcelona's Beaches
If you feel like spending a few consecutive days at the beach, check out Barcelona's beaches-all within walking distance or at the most a 20 minute train ride away, but very well worth it. It's nice to venture outside of the main 'Barceloneta' area where it is often over saturated with tourists and can sometimes get to be a bit dirty, especially during peak summer months. read more about Guide To Barcelona's Beaches... Read More
Spain’s southern coast around Marbella is called the Costa del Sol (sunny coast), and this area is true to its name, with a very high number of sunny days each year that make it an extremely popular spot for tourists. Moreover, Marbella’s privileged situation on the Mediterranean with the sierra (mountains) to the north and views of Africa’s northern coast on a clear day make it a particularly beautiful spot to go golfing.
If the purpose of your trip is golfing and you’ll be traveling with a family or group of people of all ages, this guide recommends our top activities around Marbella for those both on and off the greens.
We’ve chosen Marriott’s Marbella Beach Resort because it’s well-suited for families, however if you’re not traveling with kids or on a romantic getaway, the Marbella Club Hotel would be more convenient, as it works together with the Marbella Golf and Country Club, where you’ll be golfing. Both hotels have restaurants where you can eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner, however we’ve included a number of the area’s best restaurants in this itinerary. The Marriott is located on the beach outside of the center of the city, and getting around the area is easy if you rent a car or don’t mind taking a taxi—most attractions and restaurants are just a 5 to ten minute drive away. read more about Golfer's Paradise... Read More