Spain

[dropcap_two] S [/dropcap_two] pain was my home for many years. Before I started my nomadic lifestyle nearly three years ago, I used to live in Barcelona. Some might argue that Barcelona is not really Spain, but that’s another story. What matters is that back then I didn’t travelled so much in Spain and I still have lots to explore.

After leaving, I’ve been back to Spain once. At that time, I spent a few days in my former hometown, I traveled around the Costa Brava area, and I had a chance to visit El Chorro near Málaga. There are many places to see and experience in Spain, so I hope to go back at some point.

In the meantime, have a look at what I’ve done and where I’ve been so far. If you have questions or want to know more about this places, do not hesitate to contact me.

Where I’ve Been

 Barcelona: this was the place that made me fall in love with street art and where I learned about Gaudí’s fantastic works. There are things that I miss about living in this cosmopolitan Mediterranean city and I’d go back to visit anytime.

Costa Brava
⓶ – ⓸ This area has so much to offer that it’s one of my favourites to visit! During my trip, I went biking in Cap de Creus Natural Park; wine tasting near Girona; and stayed a week in Roses, located in one of the prettiest bays in the world.

 El Chorro: for my birthday in 2012 all I wanted to do was to go rock climbing. Through serendipity, I found the perfect place in the little village of El Chorro (Málaga).

 

 

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