Easter in Spain is a Fiesta

We bet you fancy Easter in Spain this year. It was 80ºF in Valencia in mid February last year…Spring arrives by sea.  The only clouds in the sky are from exploding firecrackers. In time-honoured style, Spain will dynamite the winter away with the outbreak of noisy socio-cultural anarchism that is Las Fallas.

The great Spanish conflagration begins March 1st, reaching a legless and senseless conclusion on the Nit de Foc (WTF!), a bonfire-night-gone bonkers on March 18th and 19th. Wet your gizzard and warm your hands round the pyre. You will not be disappointed. And you won’t sleep much either.

Easter in Spain – unusual group activities

Easter in Spain usually means a tan, a cold, brandy, beer, sherry, prawns, castanets, bulls, images of passion, the agony of crucifixion. Does that remind you of the last time you tried to organise a trip abroad?  If you’re on a short fuse, no worries, let us help you make your trip go with a bang by throwing in a suitably incendiary cocktail of group activities.

Baby Bull Running is one unique stag weekend activity that you must try. And, with Spring come  Water Sports, Golf Packages, Boats and Booze Cruises, all over Spain and Portugal.  Barcelona Flyboarding makes you look like a massive tethered piranha on crack. 18 Holes of Golf in Valencia does not, but is arguably a much saner thing to do.

We can offer marvellous Rooftop Apartments with views of the Mediterranean (and the Atlantic…work that one out!) and mucha mucha Cerveza Moritz to keep you cool in the Spring sun…

The News? The Economic Situation ?  Well, Spain’s Presidents and Princesses are filling their pockets, the tiles are falling off those 100-million-euro buildings. The waiter at your hotel probably has an MBA. Real Madrid’s centre forward earns more than a medium-sized emerging economy…it’s business as usual in Spain!

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