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Cakes and Mitres in Santa Fe, Granada

Twinned with its name sake in New Mexico in the States, Santa Fe is a small town near Granada in …

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The Lodge Fuente De La Higuera Ronda

Five of the best villas and cortijos in Andalucia

Contrary to perceived wisdom, Andalucia is so much more than package holidays and all-inclusive resorts. With Europe’s best climate, stunning …

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Montefrio Granada By Andrew Forbes 3

A former frontier between two worlds – the ‘Sacred Empire’ of Montefrio, Granada

The view from the mountain road as you enter the valley is impressive. Turn another bend and there, perfectly framed …

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‘The Moor’s Last Sigh’ – revisiting the enigmatic Albaicin quarter of Granada

Granada’s Albaicin district is marking 1000 years of history; an enigmatic quarter that continues to be an inspiration to artists, …

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From convents to carmenes – Granada’s ancient Albaicin, Andalucia

So often viewed from the towers and terraces of the extraordinary Alhambra citadel, yet so rarely explored, the Albaicin and the adjacent ‘gitano’ district of Sacromonte still retain some of the essence of romantic Andalucía.

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Enjoying the best of Andalusian nature, through adventure

Some exciting ways to enjoy the natural wonders on the Malaga and Granada provinces. Andalucía offers Europe’s most varied landscape …

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Sierra Nevada – ski & boarding in Andalucia

So we've arrived up in the ski resort of Sierra Nevada, which sits at about 2,400 metres. There are stunning …

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Gar-Anat Hotel de Peregrinos, Granada

Granada is a uniquely compelling city; its studenty, hippy vibe is a welcome contrast to the formality of a city …

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Salobrena – worth a visit – Costa Tropical, Granada

Although most of Salobreña’s old town has been rebuilt, the ‘old town’, which sits atop a prominence, overlooking rustic market …

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