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Members of our team have lived, breathed and fallen in love with Spain, since they relocated here in 2004. We continue to grow in dynamics, as we have been listening to the people of Spain, the tourists and the Expats.
We understand communications, tourism, marketing, business and all facets of writing. We are still listening. We are all well travelled, having lived on different continents and in different countries, absorbing their cultures and languages. As a result thereof, we are all the richer in character, experience, outlooks and business acumen. We now reside in the Tarragona province of Catalonia. However, our business is not restricted to the Barcelona Airport down the Costa Daurada and to the River Ebro Delta. We are open to all of Spain.

We are passionate about out all our products, services and information we provide. We all have a strong work ethics in serving all aspects of our business with our advertisers; our product Trade; our tourist clients; property management services; marketing and trade fair services and our Expat Services. Yet, the most important element is we offer a personal service. Brighter Spain is looking towards a Brighter future – together!

Festivals


Every town in Spain has numerous festivals. Here is an English link to the biggest one in this area which celebrates the splendour of 16th Century Tortosa every July:

La Festa Del Renaixement

Tortosa Walking Tours

Every Saturday the Tourist board offers guided walks for 5 Euros, leaving from Paiolet Square, near the Old Iron bridge. “Tortosa on Foot” is an enjoyable experience discovering the historical aspect of Tortosa, as well as giving a better multi-cultural angle of this Medieval City and making new friends along the way. Don’t forget your camera!

  • 1st Saturday = Arabic Route
  • 2nd Saturday = Jewish Route
  • 3rd Saturday = Christian Route
  • 4th Saturday = Renaissance Route
  • 5th Saturday = Modernistic or General Route.

More information: www.turismetortosa.com

Tortosa Market

 

 

 

For the latest news from the Ebro River Valley.. as well as all the way from Valencia to Barcelona, read the Voice of the Ebro blog.

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they never told us before we came to Spain.

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