The Fiesta de las Lagrimas (the tears) de Santa Marta celebrates a miracle. But it wasn't the first miracle the saint performed for the town of Villajoyosa.
Look out to sea from anywhere along the Benidorm beachfront and you'll see el Islote de Benidorm. Jump on a ferry for a quick visit - and see Benidorm from a different perspective.
There's a lot more to Spanish beer that just lager. We sampled the craft beer revolution at Cervezas Althaia on the Costa Blanca.
Peñíscola is a spectacular medieval fortress on a rock jutting out into the Mediterranean. They've filmed everything from El Cid to Game of Thrones here - and it was once home to a Pope!
If you want the best sea views on the Costa Blanca, head for a lighthouse. This route features seven, from Denia in the north to Santa Pola in the south
Coll de Rates is a mountain pass with (I think) the best views on the Costa Blanca. Follow this drive up from the sea with a couple of cool stops en route.
Manchego cheese is a famous taste of Spain. It has a special flavour - but how do you know you're buying genuine manchego? Here's my guide.
The 350-year old dam at Relleu is set in the mountains behind Villajoyosa. It's an easy walk with a spectacular gorge - now they've built a walkway inside the ravine for even better views. And it was the source of a real miracle!
The Ebro Delta is a startlingly different landscape - water, endless rice fields and wildlife. We took a drive down to the mouth of Spain's second longest river.
Tabarca island is tiny - it takes less than a minute to walk across at its narrowest point. It's a fun day trip with some great views and cool history. So jump on a ferry!