If you have spent some time in Spain around Christmas time, you can’t have missed mentions of Los Reyes Magos or the Three Kings. It’s a great Spanish tradition that we highly recommend seeing, and for many Spaniards, Los Reyes Magos are a bigger deal than Father Christmas, with even
This year will be our fourth Christmas in Spain and we have definitely noticed some differences in how the holiday is celebrated. It’s been really interesting to see the different things that other nationalities do during the festive season, and we now have a mixture of Christmas traditions from both
With the Christmas season approaching we thought we’d share some information about the delicious foods that are eaten in Spain during the festive season so you can add some of these into your Christmas plans. Christmas in Spain is much less commercialised than in the UK, and features a lot
There are definitely some big differences between Christmas in the UK and Spain, and when the sun is shining and you’re missing your usual traditions it can sometimes not feel evey Christmassy. So if you’re a Brit spending Christmas in Spain, and are missing some of your favourite Christmas home
Christmas in Spain is definitely different to in the UK, but that doesn’t mean its not still lots of fun! There is plenty to do, both the traditional festive things you’re used to as well as new traditions and celebrations. All with the added benefit of sun! If you’re spending
Spending the holidays away from family is something you might have to get used to if you move abroad. If you’ve moved from the UK to Spain, it’s not a huge distance to travel back to see loved ones, but the cost and time off work/school can sometimes be too
Christmas in Spain is a lot of fun, but some of the celebrations and traditions might be quite different to what you’re used to. If it’s your first Christmas in Spain it’s a good idea to find out about some of the most popular Spanish Christmas and New Year’s traditions.