Legend has it that Vitosha and Lyulin mountains were named after two shepherds, female and male, who were deeply in love. Vita was singing from the top of the “Big ridge” and Lyulin was accompanying her song with his fiddle from the “Long ridge”. They had never met before, still… View Post

Granada is an impressive town which has preserved traces of a few diverse cultures – Moorish, Christian, European and gypsy. It was occupied by Arabs for 400 years and at that time it transformed into a cultural and political centre. The palaces of the Nasrid dynasty in Alhambra are definitely the… View Post

Comillas is not one of those Spanish destinations that everyone dreams of visiting. Comillas is probably not even one of the places that you’ve somehow, accidentally, heard about. When we headed to this seaside town I did not expect much of it – a church in the centre, a few gorgeous… View Post