On a peninsula jutting out into the Atlantic ocean is A Coruña, a Spanish port city with a decidedly Galician flavour. Look beyond the modern city streets and you'll find UNESCO world heritage sites, great...

Discover mouthwatering produce and Galician specialities in my guide to eating and drinking your way around Santiago de Compostela. The city might better known as the finishing point for pilgrims walking the Camino de Santiago,...

225km of piste, 11 villages,  6 mountains, two linked ski areas and one amazing view of Mont Blanc? That'll be La Plagne. This gem of a French alpine ski resort is not only a stunner,...

What sounds better than comfy, cosy, casual accommodation, great home cooking and a sociable, friendly atmosphere?  Well, it's exactly what's in store if you choose a catered chalet for your ski trip.  I try to get away...