Mycology: 9 locations in Andalusia to enjoy collecting mushrooms

Setas

The mycology is a very old practice, especially in places where mushrooms are abundant. It is a healthy, tasty and very low calorie food. Ideal for eating alone, cooked in a thousand ways, or as a garnish in many dishes. Therefore, when autumn arrives and after the first rains, the temperatures drop, and forests experiencing […]

Manzanilla, one of the most special wines in the world

Manzanilla con tapa de tortillitas de ortiguillas

Universally known and marketed in more than 100 countries, the wines and brandies of Jerez are the most internationally famous of Spain, seducing disparate cultures and tastes for centuries, from Mexico to the Philippines, in the case of Brandy, through the UK, the Netherlands or the United States in the case of sherry. If we […]

The ‘zambombas’: the most genuine party of Andalusian folklore

Zamboba flamenca de Jerez

The traditional wines, pastries and “flamenco style” carols are the ingredients of the “zambombas” held in December and celebrated in every corner of Jerez de la Frontera. Since the eighteenth century on the eve of Christmas Day, friends, neighbours and relatives gather the patios and house gardens. They form a circle around bonfires, where they […]

Sierra Nevada: where the south dresses in white

Sierra Nevada

Andalusia is not only beaches, heritage sites and green landscapes; the snow is another one of its attractions. Get to visit Sierra Nevada by doing this Day Trip we suggest and enjoy your destination at the coast of Malaga without sacrificing the white mountains of one of the most important ski resorts in Spain. An […]

Eat healthy and enjoy ten of the best vegetarian restaurants in the Costa del Sol

Tapas vegetarianas

Vegetarian food is increasingly popular among diners and that is why these type of restaurants multiply. If you like this kind of recipes do not miss this post where we recommend the best vegetarian restaurants in Costa del Sol. One more option when choosing how to eat and a new way to discover flavours. Mens […]

Daytrip to Jerez de la Frontera: wine, horses and flamenco in the heart of the province of Cadiz

Jerez de la Frontera

Wine, horses, flamenco and motorcycling are the hallmarks of Jerez de la Frontera. Discover with us this unique enclave in Andalucia. We propose a day trip for you to keep the best of this enclave in your backpack memories. Pick up the essence of this city of Andalucia and get ready to enjoy it with […]

Fuerte Hotels reduces the CO2 emissions released by its establishments by 8.55%

CO2

The chain, which currently owns 6 four-star holiday hotels and 2 apartment complexes, located in Andalusia, recently published the 6th edition of its Corporate Social Responsibility report  The Marbella-based group, founded in 1957 by José Luque Manzano with a view to expanding profitable hotel businesses, committed to the responsible development of people and the environment […]

10 sites to visit within Caminito del Rey, inside Natural Site El Chorro

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Small, calm and wild, El Chorro is a town within the town of Álora in Malaga, within the region of Antequera. Next to a dam on the Guadalhorce river, its peculiar geography, marked by Los Gaitanes Pass, defines an interesting profile of the village, hidden in this wonderful setting. Its steep walls and wild forms […]

7 oil sites in Axarquia. Enjoy the oil route and the mountains

Ruta del aceite y los montes

Oil is the main protagonist of this route, along with a singular geography, a witness of the countless changes that the feared but admired bandits brought along. The villages that make up this Oil and Mountain route are: Riogordo, Colmenar, Alfarnate, Alfarnatejo, Periana, Alcaucín and Viñuela. Mountain scenery where the green of olive trees and […]

We recommend the route that visits the 10 best castles in Andalucia

Castillos Andaluces, Alcazaba de Antequera, Málaga

Andalucia has always been a desired land for its extraordinary geographical position as a Mediterranean route, its fertile land and extraordinary climate. This has meant that from time immemorial many empires and great powers have tried to conquer it, which has led to castles and fortresses being built to protect it. This is why southern […]

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