Those enjoying a luxury holiday in Spain have the chance to see singer Rufus Wainwright this November, as he plays in Cartagena.
Wainwright will be playing at the Nuevo Teatro Circo in Cartagena on November 9th before heading to Malaga and Madrid on November 10th and 11th when those enjoying a Spanish holiday will have a final chance to see the singer perform on Spanish soil before he heads to France.
And one lucky holidaymaker attending the show will have the chance to get on stage with Rufus to perform the spoken word part to one of his songs, in the footsteps of previous famous audience members Dawn French and Jake Gyllenhaal.
Those staying in a luxury holiday resort in Spain who would like to incorporate some music into their vacation should consider booking tickets early as due to high demand, the venue for Wainwright's performance in Barcelona has been moved from Casino de la Alianca to L'Auditori de Barcelona.
Spanish holidays this autumn are now set to benefit from a legendary musical presence, as Bruce Springsteen plays two gigs in the country in November.
Now those enjoying a luxury holiday in Spain can enjoy more than great weather and sports, as The Boss heads to Madrid and Bilbao on November 25th and 26th.
If you are on holiday in Spain and are within driving distance of Madrid or Bilbao then it could be worth renting a hire car and travelling to either the Palacio De Deportes in Madrid or the Bilbao Exhibition Centre to watch Springsteen play with the E Street Band - as these are the only two Spanish gigs being played on the tour.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are currently touring the world in a promotion of their latest studio album, Magic, in which Springsteen claims to give his "most high-powered vocal performance to date".
The region of Andalucia, close to Murcia, is being promoted as a top destination for Indians seeking luxury holidays in Spain, it has been revealed.
According to India's Economic Times, officials from the autonomous region are touting Andalucia to affluent Indian holidaymakers as a "dream destination".
Those looking to enjoy golf holidays in Spain may be enticed as the newspaper notes that the region boasts 104 golf courses.
"We see India as a growing economic power of the 21st century and we would like to see more and more Indian tourists coming to Andalucia," Gaspar Zarrias, vice president of the Andalucia autonomous region, was quoted by the publication as saying at a presentation for the media and the travel trade in India.
Jet2.com has announced today the launch of a route from Blackpool International Airport to Ibiza.
Those looking to go on a Spanish holiday next year will be pleased to hear that planes will take off from the north-west seaside town from the July 3rd 2008.
Passengers can expect to see similar low fares as on Jet2.
Readers of weekly magazine Country Life have chosen Spain and the Balearic Islands as the second-most desirable place to buy a home - suggesting that it may also be popular with those looking for a Mediterranean holiday in the sun.
According to the publication, 14 per cent of respondents to its survey are currently looking at homes in the country, compared to two per cent considering regions in eastern Europe.
And among the myriad of reasons why families and travellers alike jet off for a Spanish holiday each year, Country Life's property correspondent Penny Churchill said potential buyers can benefit from "vital infrastructure" in the country.
She added that Spain and the Balearics can "be reached easily" and that people have a basic desire to enjoy an "excellent climate and attractive lifestyle".
While booking that luxury Spanish resort is possibly the most important thing when planning a holiday, it might be worth making a list of items most people have been found to forget.
According to new research from Abbey Current Accounts, some 9.6 million Brits spent a total of £350 million last year replacing things they had neglected to pack in their suitcases.
The most commonly forgotten items were toiletries, with 45 per cent of people having to replace these at the airport.
The Spanish province of Alicante offers families some excellent opportunities to explore and sightsee, in addition to year round sunshine and beautiful beaches.
One of the highlights of a getaway to Alicante for thousands of holidaymakers each year is a trip along the Route of the Castles, which takes travellers directly through an important historical area.
The stunning pathway along the Costa Blanca takes in impressive hilltop fortifications and delightful towns, such as Sax with its beautiful Moorish castle and pretty red-roofed buildings.
Made up of the fortresses of Villena, Baneres, Biar, Castalla, Sax and Benejama, in the foothills of the mountains, the Route of the Castles takes tourists through towns and villages with medieval fortresses, each placed strategically on a defensive hill.
Spain is one of the healthiest nations in Europe, with Spaniards' life expectancy only exceeded by the Italians, new research reveals.
Those looking for a healthy holiday should head for the country, where the Mediterranean diet, packed with fresh fruit, vegetables, meat and fish, and the quality of life means that the average Spanish man now lives to 70, while Spanish women have a life expectancy of 75.3 per cent.
A new study by the Academy of Healthy Ageing points out that people in Mediterranean countries both live longer and enjoy a better quality of life than anywhere else in the European Union, Typically Spanish reports.
Jetting off on a Spanish holiday may become even more popular in the coming months following the publication of new research from Yorkshire Bank.
According to the lender, 43 per cent of UK residents have had just about enough of the disappointing British weather and are considering buying a place abroad - but those who want a less expensive option could easily book a trip and head for the sun this winter.
The survey found that Spain continues to be the most popular destination for potential homebuyers, although the delights of the Mediterranean country mean that family holidays may be enjoyed at any time of year.
Figures from the Met Office state that the mean temperature value for England last month was 13.
Many Britons cannot understand the basics of foreign languages, despite millions taking Spanish holidays and breaks to other nations every year.
According to a YouGov poll carried out on behalf of foreign language learning experts Rosetta Stone, while a Spanish holiday is the most popular break for Brits, 87 per cent could not ask for directions in the native tongue if they were lost.
More than four out of five (82 per cent) are also bamboozled by basic instructions such as "left" and "right" when they are relayed in Spanish, something tourists may want to brush up on before their Spanish holiday.
The survey garnered the thoughts and opinions of more than 2,000 men and women from across the UK, with 62 per cent of those questioned not able to speak a second language.