Of the four Balearic islands, Menorca is known for having the best beaches. Here are seven, ranging from the white sand variety to remote rocky shorelines.
Tidy Mahon looks quite different from most Balearic towns. Spared by mass tourism, it is an intimate and delightful place to discover on foot.
With new hotels and restaurants, the most authentically rural of the quartet of Balearic Islands, Menorca, is shyly stepping into the spotlight.
Menorca is the next must-visit island off the coast of Spain. Besides the best beaches, it also boasts distinctive cuisine and fine boutique hotels.
The beauty of Menorca and its superb produce are attracting talented young chefs. The result is a vibrant restaurant scene, especially in charming Ciutadella.
Discover the history and traditions of Menorca by sampling some of its essential food products: Mahon cheese, Binifadet wine, olive oils and Xoriguer gin.
Certain destinations cry out to be explored by car. Here are 15 of our editors' favorite scenic drives, from the Amalfi Coast to the Oregon Coast and beyond.
As the list grows of places that have become no-go zones due to tourists, we've come up with alternative destinations to visit in summer.
Over five days, our writer enjoyed an inn-to-inn-style cycling itinerary linking Cordoba and Granada using lightly traveled back roads through Andalusia, Spain.
There is no shortage of luxurious retreats located in significant birding spots across the globe. Here are 13 exceptional hotels for bird-watching.
Despite being less than an hour from Barcelona and Costa Brava, Girona is missing only one thing that those places have in abundance: crowds.
Wine bars and cocktail bars can be wonderful places to absorb the local atmosphere. In 2018, our editors found several memorable bars. Here are the best.
In 2018, Hideaway Report editors discovered an unusual number of exotic far-flung retreats and several exquisite city hotels. Here are their favorites.
People from all over the world flock to San Sebastián to do one thing: Eat. Here are nine of the best pintxo bars in this gastronomic capital.
Sometimes a random conversation leads to a serendipitous discovery. In this case, a helpful chambermaid alerted our editor to a great tapas bar nearby.
Madrid's Museum of the Americas is often neglected by visitors. But it shouldn't be. It contains a spectacular collection of pre-Columbian art.
Chinchón is a delightful destination 45 minutes from Madrid. It offers a glimpse of a traditional Spanish town that has not been disrupted by tourism.
Madrid is a cocktail-loving town. From on-tap vermut, sherry and wine to excellent tapas, these five bars range from traditional to hip and modern.
With two anticipated properties slated to launch in the next year, and plenty of gems already open, Madrid is experiencing a dynamic hotel and restaurant boom.
A spate of new restaurants have opened in Madrid and old favorites have been rebooted, making for a lively gastronomic scene in Spain's capital.
On a recent visit to Madrid, our editor discovered two small hotels, one in the Barrio de las Letras neighborhood, the other bustling Chueca district.
Spain’s 17 autonomous regions offer a variety of fascinating festivals, each infused with the history and culture of that particular area.
This daylong itinerary lets you can escape the throngs of tourists in Madrid: Just head north to culturally thriving neighborhoods like Chamberí and Salamanca.
Arrive early to Barcelona's La Boqueria and you’ll be able to savor an almost devotional atmosphere at this temple to the Catalan passion for food.
Hundreds of small farms and the local fishing boats plying the Mediterranean daily make the food in Barcelona so good. Here are four restaurants we recommend.
Barcelona’s best-known flea market, Mercat dels Encants, isn't exactly the place to get bargains, unless you are an experienced collector.
Barcelona’s citizens love their cocktails, an enthusiasm that has resulted in a thriving bar culture. Here are three bars not to miss — and one wine shop.
The March 2018 Hideaway Report follows Andrew Harper's travels to Barcelona, where we found two new hotels to recommend.
Spain's second city is just as popular as ever and for good reason: It boasts superb restaurants and architecture and several luxury hotel options.
Antoni Gaudí may reign supreme as Barcelona’s most famous architect, but the work of his contemporary, Josep Maria Jujol, has begun to be recognized.