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Picasso Unicaja

Picasso – Origins and Influences in Andaluz Art – Cadiz

Running now ‘ till early May is a small exhibition at Cadiz city’s Unicaja cultural centre on Picasso and his …

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Tarifa Town, Cadiz Province, Costa de la Luz, Andalucia

I love the coast around Tarifa, continental Europe’s most southerly point. The beaches, despite pressures from developers and short sighted …

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Molino Del Santo

Molino del Santo, Country Hotel, Benaojan, near Ronda, Andalucia

When I was hiking in the Ronda Mountains this week I stayed the night at the Molino del Santo in …

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Hiking in Grazalema’s natural park, north west of Ronda

Had a wonderful day hiking with guide and qualified ornithologist Eve Monika Bratek,and Karl in the mountains near Benaojan and …

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Bolonia Beach, west of Tarifa, Cadiz Province, Andalucia

We both decided to have a day off – start the weekend on Friday morning!  The day started with a …

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Putting Luxury Back On Track – the newly relaunched ‘Tren Al Andalus’

With rolling countryside of olive groves; rugged mountain ranges; renaissance cities; and ancient capitals, there is no doubt that there …

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Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art

The beautiful Baroque-style Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art (Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte Ecuestre); home to the ‘dancing stallions’. …

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Top Pepe En Rama

Gonzales Byass – winery Tour in Jerez; a visitor favourite

I’m back in Jerez today, taking the tour at the Gonzales Byas winery, famous for its sherry – Tio Pepe …

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Sanlucar de Barrameda, Cadiz Province

We ended our trip to La Doñana in the port of Sanlúcar de Barrameda. The town is home to Manzanilla …

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