Birthplace of filmmaker Luis Buñuel, Aragon is a surrealist blend of stark natural beauty and historic importance. With Catalonia to the east, and Valencia to the south, Aragon remains wild and relatively unchanged from its time as a seat of power for Spanish royalty.
It is also a pallet of extreme colour and contrast. Walk through green valleys into the snow-capped peaks of the Pyrenees, meander through meadows or dive into spectacular waterfalls. If you still need more magic, walk through Romanesque cathedrals, medieval towns, or magnificent castles, and sample a foodie culture that fuses wild hunts with foraged treasures.
When wandering Mallorcan village streets, a specific type of fabric will catch your eye – the blue & white fabric called Ikat. It bears a characteristic pattern obtained by the process of resist dying, and the island of Mallorca is the only place where you can still visit family-run workshops that have been operating for over 160 years.read more
Sun-drenched and sustainable, luxury eco-friendly hotel, Son Brull Boutique Hotel and Spa, have recently added a further string to their organic Mallorcan bow, in the form of special edition Son Brull wines, made in collaboration with nearby celebrated organic winery, Bodega Can Axartell.read more