Southern Spain, and Andalucia in particular, has obvious appeal as a destination for a British traveller. It’s both easy and cheap to get to. It’s warm all year round. It’s sufficiently different, with touches of the exotic, but with enough that is familiar to help the more unadventurous holiday-maker feel comfortable. For Mrs P and myself, it’s also a cheap and easy substitute to Mexico. She, of course, enjoys the ability to speak her native language for a few days. This was our second trip in less than a year, flying into Malaga airport from Bournemouth. Continue reading
We’ve just returned from a jolly jaunt to southern Spain with a quick stop off in Portugal for good measure. It was so nice to be able to just drive 15 minutes up the road to our local airport and not have to endure a three hour trek just to get to Heathrow and Gatwick. British based airlines have particularly thrived in Europe, opening up a huge number of new routes from dozens of regional airports. Intense competition has seen prices kept incredibly low. Thank EU.