Holiday guide to inland Galicia, Spain: vineyards, hotels and restaurants

One of Spain’s most mysterious regions, Ribeira Sacra is home to spectacular gorges and rivers, ancient monasteries and some of the country’s best wine

Hooked on Galicia: spectacular seafood … but not without a fight

A foodie pilgrimage to northern Spain, in the company of a chef on a mission, means inventive fish dishes, fun at the market, friendly locals – and a battle with an octopus

Off the beaten track in Seville and La Coruna

he Alameda and Macarena districts of Seville offer an alternative from the city’s usual tourist sights, with their cool cafe-bars, art spaces, independent boutiques and markets

http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2014/may/24/seville-city-guide-day-in-alameda-macarena-spain

La Coruna – Urban beaches, fish to die for and a boho vibe in this often overlooked city in north-west Spain

http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2014/may/24/holiday-guide-la-coruna-beaches-spain