Chris Stewart turns another leaf on his life in southern Spain in this evocative and very funny sequel to ‘Driving Over Lemons’. He chronicles the highs and lows of life on the farm in Andalucia.
A spiritual and practical companion on the pilgrimage from St Jean to Santiago de Compostella. 15th edition (published in 2018).
The only guidebook covering two short routes to Santiago de Compostela: the Camino Inglés, and the Camino Finisterre and its Muxía extension.
Updated to include newer maps and photos, this 9th (2018) edition in these comprehensive guidebooks to the Camino de Santiago and its offshoots contains all the information needed by modern-day pilgrims wishing to walk the sacred Way of Saint James.
Whether you’ve already decided to take time out to walk this ancient path, or are just thinking about it, A Slow Walk Across Spain is full of inspiration and practical information.
A handy travel guide to Barcelona that includes a weather-resistant, pull-out, map.
This top-selling road atlas is ideal for anyone travelling by road in Europe. Spiral-bound for easy use, the maps are easy to follow and have English as well as local place names.
Fully updated, the maps combine clear design and an easy-to-read scale with more road detail to ensure you never lose your way.
Designed especially for the British motorist, all motorways are clearly shown in blue and toll motorways are highlighted.
A little boy and his grandfather embark on a quest to find the old man’s missing birthday – a journey that takes them into the heart of Spain and the horrors of the Spanish civil war.
After the success of DUENDE, Jason Webster, one of the most exciting young travel writers today, continues his search for the essence of Spain, this time on a journey into the secrets of Moorish Spain.
‘A fantastic and heartfelt book, full of recipes that make you feel like Spain should be your home.’