which destinations in spain are best for working remotely

Which Destinations in Spain Are Best for Working Remotely?

Nowadays, digital nomads and remote workers are more commonly seeking solitude on the Spanish shores alongside the holidaymakers and sunseekers – and it’s easy to see why. There are many benefits to working remotely in Spain, and the government has even set out plans to introduce a new visa for digital nomads that’s making it easier for people to live and work there.But just as you would for a holiday, ...

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Top things to do in Benidorm

Top Things To Do In Benidorm, Spain (Beyond The Beach!)

When we arrived in Benidorm, it was obvious what most tourists come here for: spend their days on the beach. But if like us, you're looking for more active things to do in Benidorm, you’ve come to the right place!The tourism board, Visit Benidorm, invited us to explore another side of this sunny city near Alicante, on the West coast of Spain. So, we spent 4 days trying out various ...

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Camille’s Adventures in Wonderlands: Month 1 Round-Up

It's already been just over a month since I started travelling, and I can't believe that much time has passed!After a short adaptation phase, I have slowly settled into the routine of my new life on the road and have begun to plan less and less, to travel more savvily, and to meet more and more people.I am currently staying with a friend in Santiago de Chile - you can't ...

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Nay and yay: classical vs modern art in Madrid – episode 2, Centro de Arte Reina Sofia

Note: this is part 2 of my Match of the Madrid Museums feature, pitting classical art against modern art in the city's two star museums. You can read part 1 on my visit to the Museo del Prado here.After a rather underwhelming visit of the Museo del Prado - or rather, overwhelming in a bad way -, I was glad to go back to what I enjoy most with a visit of the ...

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Camille’s Adventures in Wonderlands – days 1-4: Madrid, Spain

I am writing this post from a taberna where I had to seek shelter from the rain, sipping on a freshly pressed zumo de naranjas (which is somewhat of a Spanish tradition - they sell fresh orange juice almost everywhere here, and it's so good!). We all tend to associate Spain with sun and warmth, or at least with a sunnier and warmer climate than in our parts of Europe, so it's a little bit gutting ...

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