LF Inspires

  • #SpanishFoodieMonth: LoveFoodIbiza

    Tess Prince talks to us about her brand new website LoveFoodIbiza, where she shares her passion for food and music on the beautiful white isle.

  • #SpanishFoodieMonth: In Search of the Perfect Paella

    “I’ve eaten ten rice dishes in three days, each with its own unique character and flavour, yet I’ve barely scratched the surface. I realise that here in this city of fanatical gourmands, every paella has its place, just so long as it’s perfect.” LFStyle foodie Tara Stevens heads to Valencia in search of the perfect paella.

  • Somewhere for the Weekend: Atzaró, Ibiza

    Atzaró is an ‘Agroturismo’ family-run hotel, located in the heart of Ibiza and built on a stunning orange farm. Open all year round, it is unique in both design and the experience it offers and is undoubtedly one of the island’s gems.

  • #PartyMonthSpain: Playa d’en Bossa, Ibiza’s Little Miami

    LFStyle blogger Tara Stevens give us the lowdown on Ibiza’s Playa d’en Bossa, home to some of the biggest brands in club-land accommodation.

  • A Guide to the Sitges Film Festival 2015

    From the 9th to the 18th October, the thrill of the Sitges Film Festival (now in its 47th Edition) is set to transform this white-washed town into a hive of events and activity; the beating heart of a thriving multinational industry.

  • #PartyMonthSpain: La Mercè, Barcelona

    Each year, Barcelona celebrates its patron saint, Santa Eulàlia, with 7 days of festivities. A showcase for Barcelona in all its off-beat quirkiness, with everything from giants and crazed devils to incredible human towers, don’t miss out on this fantastic celebration!

  • #PartyMonthSpain: Nikki Beach, Marbella

    Nikki Beach Marbella represents everything cool, sexy and glamorous about spending the day or night at the beach, attracting the coolest crowd and hosting the hottest parties.

  • #PartyMonthSpain: Fira d’Indians, Begur

    For three days at the beginning of September the Fira d’Indians takes place in the charming old town of Begur, when a wide range of leisure and cultural activities are offered, reliving a period of history that has left a profound mark on the town and its identity.

  • Lisa Richardson and Niki Robinson of Antiques & Boutiques share their tips on how to get into the summer groove

    Lisa Richardson and Niki Robinson moved to Barcelona in 2007 after successful careers in fashion design in London and Milan respectively. Here’s how they made the city their own.

  • Somewhere for the Weekend: Sitges

    The vast majority of visitors to Barcelona don’t leave the city. Which is a crying shame when you consider that less than an hour away in any direction there are coastal walks, boutique wineries, medieval towns and the cutest beaches. Believe it or not, Sitges has 26 beaches in all, looped along an 18km stretch with the little town in the middle, gleaming white as a pile of sugar cubes against a deep blue Mediterranean sea.

  • Lucas Fox sponsors Nits Gaudí, a fantastic project of 47 open air concerts that take place from Wednesday to Saturday throughout the summer

    Lucas Fox is delighted to be sponsoring this year’s Nits Gaudí, where you can enjoy open air concerts throughout the summer in the spectacular setting of the gardens of Torre Bellesguard, one of Gaudí’s most unique and fascinating buildings. Owner of Torre Bellesguard, Pol Gago Guilera, speaks to Lucas Fox about this spectacular building and why he decided to share it with the public.

  • #FamilyFriendlySpain: International School Consultancy

    The International School Consultancy, which provides data and intelligence on the English-medium international schools market, says 4 million students now study at international schools around the world.

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