Costa Brava | Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel
Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel

Jagged chunks of crumbling slate threatened to turn my ankles as I made my way to a pillar marking the easternmost tip of Spain. Just a few miles away lay the...

Mercè Barceló never expected to own a hotel. At university she studied philology, which qualified her to teach English and German. For years she tutored private language students until, in 2006,...

Everyone told me I wouldn’t need a map. Rental cars these days, they insisted, are equipped with GPS systems that would carry me right to the doorstep of my destination; I...

View over Girona and to the snow-capped Spanish Pyrenees from atop the Medieval city wall

Some cities beckon sports lovers, others are the darlings of festival lovers. Some delight the palate while others offer up a smorgasbord rich in history, art and architecture. Girona, Spain is...

Traditional Catalonian beakfast at 700 year-old Can Dionis farm in northeast Spain

I could see the question on the faces of the owners of Agroturisme Sant Dionis, a 700-year old farm that has been converted into a homestay in Catalonia, Spain as we...

Sampling the delicious organic Biogust yogurt from Granja la Selvatana in Campllong, Spain

Ana Serra never thought she would end up being a dairy farmer. Like many kids who grow up in the country, after finishing her education she left her family’s farm in...