Modern meets medieval in Cartagena – Part 3

Cartagena is a city on the south-east coast of Spain with a population of approximately 220,000 people.  It was Hannibal’s capital city on the Iberian peninsula, named after his carthage in North Africa, and a strategic port and administration centre for the Romans.  It still has a strong and active naval base today.  The Rough […]

Spain’s coastal roads, crops and windmills – Part 2

So it was time to head southwards following the coastal road.  It was a day of blue skies, fluffy clouds, no map and my Spanish seriously negligible but with a beautiful brand new Seat Ibiza as my mode of transport and a sense of adventure within what could be better?   I sauntered down the […]