Wine travelers: their favorite landscapes

They travel for work and are privileged witnesses of a nature that sometimes touches them, seduces them. And they decide to stay there, explore, learn. They look with different eyes on viticultural landscapes throughout Spain and tell stories in the form of wine. I ask you for your favorites, and this is what they tell me.

Altea out of season

Its white facades, its old town, its viewpoints and its coves with crystalline waters have made it the Spanish Santorini par excellence. In fact, its name comes from the Greek Althaia, which means "I heal." In summer, this town of the Marina Baja is a must-see destination for many tourists, but ... and in the fall?

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Walt Disney ' s Disneyland, the story of the happiest place on Earth '

The Taschen publishing house has just launched a book with unpublished photographs that tells us the evolution of what is one of the most visited and beloved sites in the world

Plans for the weekend (August 30, 31 and September 1)

Exhibitions and festivals to put a good face on September.

Giant hands emerge from the Grand Canal of Venice

'Support' is the title of this sculpture by Lorenzo Quinn that can be seen until November 29, outside the Ca 'Sagredo hotel and free of charge.

Plans beyond the Caminito del Rey in Andalusia

This weekend marks the 96th anniversary of King Alfonso XIII's visit to the path he named: El Caminito del Rey.

Sleeping in your favorite work of art is possible

Savoir Beds brings the paintings of the National Gallery in London to your bed.

Galicia already has almost 2,000 abandoned villages

Any of the beautiful secondary roads of Galicia, which pass between intense green spots stained by herds of grazing cows, shows us the reality of a territory whose population centers, usually small, are very far from each other. In some, we think while driving, it seems that there is no soul.