Serra Cavallera, Pyrenees
Catalonia

When a Hike Turns Into a Nightmare

January 19, 2015 Andy 0

My iPhone battery is down to 10% and without it I have no GPS, no compass, no phone and no clock. I’m all alone, on the top of Serra Cavallera in the Catalan Pyrenees and I am hopelessly and utterly lost… […]

Costa Brava

Beautiful Besalú

March 3, 2012 Andy 1

When it comes to stunning settings, Besalú steals a march on most. Not only is the medieval town sited amidst Constable-esque countryside on the banks of the Fluvia River, but its main access is via a magnificent, 12th century, Romanesque bridge… […]

Asturias

An Afternoon of Art, Eating & Tradition in Santa Pau

November 11, 2011 Jack 4

I’m captivated by Santa Pau before I set foot on it’s ancient cobbles. The village rises above the green countryside, teasing the eye with promise; the solid stone walls of its houses, church and tower look as though they have been steeped in centuries of history and tradition […]