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Ronda: 10 things to see beyond the Tagus

Visiting Ronda, in the heart of the province of Málaga, is an attractive way to learn about Andalusia’s past. Palaces, Arab baths, watchtowers, Roman theatres and even primitive caves are available to visitors who can immerse themselves in a journey in time which unleashes the imagination. There are many poets and writers who have been […]

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The Pleasures of Summer: € 6 Prawns

During the summer months, where can you taste white prawns from Huelva for just 6 € in El Rompido? Since the late nineteenth century, fishermen have sought out space near the old lighthouse in El Rompido to build small huts and over time, these have helped transform it into the fishing village it is today. […]

Virgen del Carmen

Ancient Traditions: Don’t Go Swimming Until El Carmen!

There was once a tradition in Spain that people did not take their first swim in the sea until the procession of the Virgin del Carmen on the 16th of July. As tradition dictated, once the procession of the Virgin passed, our ancestors were threw themselves into the water. The belief was that the waters […]

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Travel diary from Grazalema: Pinsapar Route

Another week has gone by and, just like every Wednesday, we are lending our blog to Petra and her travel journal. This German woman wanted to share her experiences with sport, trekking and nature during her five day stay at the Fuerte Grazalema Hotel. After the  Llanos del Endrina (Endrina Plains) Route, the Salto del Cabrero […]

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