Andalucia Diary – Seasonal Travel Notes

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Guaro’s 21st Festival of the Luna Mora – dates announced

If you want to catch one of Andalucia’s most intriguing festivals, then head to Guaro in September. During second and …

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El Torcal, Antequera – Revisited

This week my brother is staying with me, so it’s the perfect excuse to revisit some of my favourite destinations …

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Caminito del Rey – Revisited

This must be my 4th visit to the Caminito – and each time I see more positive changes. The infrastructure …

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Empire Villas – El Madronal, Marbella

Southern Spain offers Europe’s best climate, and thanks to that it has attracted some pretty impressive real estate. So here’s …

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Casa del Aljarife – Experiencing Granada’s authentic Albaicin

Granada city has a truly distinct identity; an ambiance that is like no other in Andalucia. It’s home of course …

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La Sole del Pimpi – smart new bar / restaurant in Malaga

Bodega el Pimpi is one of Malaga’s ‘institutions’ – a famous bar in the city’s old town, and a favourite …

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Gran Hotel Miramar opens in Malaga

The Gran Hotel Miramar, the long-awaited 5 star deluxe hotel, has finally opened in Malaga capital. It’s still having the …

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Snow Fever hits Andalucia!

This week a powerful cold front swept across Spain, showering us with unprecedented amounts of snow; it even made it …

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Malaga Museum / Museo de Malaga finally opens

Málaga Museum finally opened to the public today – so was pleased to be amongst the first to see this …

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El Palacio de San Benito, aristocratic guest house in Andalucía

The beautiful white village of Cazalla de la Sierra, hidden within the rolling countryside of oak forests and rural ‘dehesa’ …

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