Are you loco for Spanish football? Join the club as leading sportswriter Matthew Hirtes is positively chiflado (go ahead and Google Translate) about fútbol español. His latest guide covers Catalonia’s Girona.
More than 12000 people visited I Fira d’Indians de Tossa in Tossa de Mar. The event was organised by the Cultural Department at the town council and was held from April 15 to 17 2016.
Campaigners opposed to a push by Catalonia’s government to break away from Spain have gathered in the powerful northeastern region’s capital in an anti-secession protest.
A town hall is in trouble after displaying a passport sized photo of the King. This photo size debacle for Torredembarra is now headed to Tarragona court number two in what the local government are calling a politically motivated issue.
Matthew’s article this week concentrates on moving to Tarragona, Catalonia’s ancient city.
Many visit Spain for the weather and the food, but with religious tourism booming , a number of companies are now targetting this fervent market of approximately 300 million people. With this in mind the Ruta Mariana now connects five sanctuaries in three countries, Andorra, France and Spain.
Matthew’s article this week concentrates on moving to Girona in Catalonia.
Far from my horrid memories of overcooked spinach as a child, I now relish the green beastie. This easy Catalan spinach recipe is not only packed full of iron, but it tastes amazing too! Enjoy.
This week’s expat interview comes from Gary Leman, who has settled in the pretty area of Lloret de Mar. Rapidly approaching his first anniversary of living in Spain, Gary has kindly taken some time out to tell us about his new life.
Matthew’s article this week concentrates on moving to Lloret de Mar on the Costa Brava
Barcelona and Costa Brava news. May 1. This week’s news selection covers Catalonia, Lloret de Mar and Barcelona and includes unemployment figures, a huge ship, a culinary treat and more. Published on Fridays.
Enjoy the latest article from Matthew Hirtes’ “Go Expat In” series… moving to Barcelona city – paying homage to Catalonia’s capital.