Looking for a private custom trip to Spain that features Spain’s UNESCO World Heritage sights in charming destinations that ooze with character, history and style? Spain’s UNESCO Sights are must-sees – not only for their integral beauty and heritage but because they are also authentic bustling cities where people live, work and go to school. We challenge you not to be charmed – your only problem will be deciding which to include in your itinerary! And that’s where we, the expert travel advisors at Totally Spain can come in handy. Hope you enjoy our useful guide.
We’ve been designing custom itineraries of Spain and Portugal for 18 years and in that time here at Totally Spain we must have had thousands of clients visiting the Alhambra in Granada in Andalusia which is one of the most magical sights to experience in this part of the world. Over the years, we’ve garnered a lot of know-how and here is our best advice for visiting Spain’s most famous UNESCO-listed treasure.
Here at Totally Spain, we’ve lived and worked from Cantabria for many years and always take pleasure in showcasing this beautiful Northern coastal region in Spain. We’ve been planning custom itineraries around Spain and Portugal since the year 2000 and more and more of these trips include a few days here in our home region. Have a look at what we consider to be the essential Cantabria and let us know which locations are of most interest to you when you come to visit.
Here at Totally Spain, we’ve organised custom tours and travelled extensively through Portugal. We’ve written guides on the Lisbon region, the Centro region and Porto and the North Region, and now it’s time for the Alentejo! We love planning trips to this region’s amazing beaches, charming medieval cities and spectacular landscapes. And do we need to mention the excellent regional cuisine and numerous wineries? Combine our recommendations for the Alentejo with a Lisbon citybreak or a touring holiday of Spain’s enchanting Extremadura and Andalusia… Continue reading
Inspired by a book by Eva Garcia Saenz that unfolds in a museum in Santander and takes us back to our cave dwelling past, here’s where you’ll find eye-popping cave art, postcard-perfect medieval towns, achingly cool urban retro architecture and chocolate-box hamlets on our doorstep here in Cantabria. So you can step back in time, whenever you feel like it…