It should be a great 2 days with something for everyone!
Saturday, August 20, 2016
We have an exciting weekend of events to look forward to with the joint Fiesta of Fenals and Santa Clotilde which takes place 26-27th August. The long water slide, foam party, food, shows, bouncy castles along with dancing and music which usually goes on into the early hours....and not forgetting the finale of the fiesta on Saturday night with the fireworks display on Fenals beach.
Posted by Jackie at 1:33 pm
Thursday, August 18, 2016
If you want a really exciting day out from your holiday resort near Barcelona then Tibidabo has everything from fairground rides, spooky horror shows, side shows, museums...to the greatest views over Barcelona you could ever imagine! The park is easily reached by car or public transport from Barcelona, if arriving by car then you will find parking near the funicular that takes you up the final stretch to the top - 500 mts above sea level....!
Ticket prices are very reasonable at present the standard price is €26.50 for an adult, this gives you access to all the rides. Reduced prices for children, disabled and over 60s are available. If you only want to visit to see the views and walk around the park then for over 60s and children less than 90cms its free!
See more details about the parks amenities and price on their website here > Tibidabo Barcelona.
Posted by Jackie at 9:56 am
Thursday, July 28, 2016
For the festival of Santa Cristina we have all seen a fantastic fireworks display, it took place on the evening of 26th July on the the main beach of Lloret. Thousands of people start to make their way to the best view opoints around town about a hour or so before the start, we took our place at 10pm just above the Dona Marina statue....this is just a few of our best shots!
Posted by Jackie at 10:13 am
Sunday, July 24, 2016
Today is the saints day of Lloret & Santa Cristina, so to catch the procession of the boats leaving Lloret beach to make their way to Sant Cristina beach we had a very early start! We thought the best place to view the boats would be from the coast road between Lloret & Fenals, so we were there at 8am to make sure we got a parking place. Its quite easy to park there now since the parking meters have been installed all along that road.
Using the zoom lenses on our camers we could also get some very good shots of everyone on the beach waiting to board the boats for their trip down the coast. On arriving there they would make their way to the little church of Santa Cristina for a short service then all join in with the traditional Catalan meal on the beach....served I suspect with lots of wine!
Posted by Jackie at 12:01 pm