Saturday 22 August 2015

Cabo Roig, Spain

Hello everyone!

As some of you may know I am home from Spain and I'm in Ireland for four more days before the big move! But Before I go I have a lot of posts coming up on my family holiday to Spain. :)

We began our holiday in a place called Cabo Roig in south-east Spain. It's full of English and Irish and some Spanish. If you only want a sun holiday I suggest you take a look at this place but there is absolutely no culture in this part which was a major downfall as I love to see culture and learn about other peoples' culture.

We stayed in a small complex of houses and there was also a pool for everyone to use. Our neighbours were absolutely lovely and we got to know an English family and an Irish couple. 

The main area of Cabo Roig was the strip which was full of bars and restaurants and during the night you could buy small gifts along the sides of the road. 

We found the most amazing beach called Cala Capitan. The water was almost transparent, the sand was almost white and if you bring goggles or a snorkelling pack you can also swim with hundreds of fish! Luckily we brought some and I have to say it was absolutely incredible! We also rented the sun loungers at the beach, €6 per person for the whole day. Cala Capitan Beach was by far the highlight of Cabo Roig. :)

Below is what I wore to dinner one of the nights, I picked up this little piece in the Thursday market in Cabo Roig for only €12. It is absolutely fabulous! The market is there every Thursday and you can find anything and everything there!

MaoilĂ­osa :*

Photo Credit: @michelleswalsh (Instagram)

Love Ciara x


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