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Strait of Gibraltar – Costa de la Luz

Last Tuesday was a day to set the phone to voicemail… We escaped to Tarifa for lunch and then a …

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Cementerio San Sebastian Casabermeja A Forbes Andalucia Diary 10

Dia de Todos los Santos – El cementerio de San Sebastian, Casabermeja

Today is All Saints Day and in Andalucía, and across Spain this isn’t so much the morning after the night …

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Castano Santo de Istan

Castano Santo de Istan

The ‘holy chestnut tree’ that’s nearly a thousand years old! We went down to the woods today; well to be …

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Day In Vejer De La Frontera

Romantic Vejer de la Frontera

So, we’ve arrived in Vejer de la Frontera – here is a captivating view of the Andalusian hilltop town. I’m …

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Andrew Forbes visits Samsara Wines

A morning’s tasting at Samara Wines in Ronda…

When I’m ‘home’ in Ronda it’s hard for me to stay away from one of the local bodegas! Today a …

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La Melonera Ronda Winery Andalucia Diary 3

Tasting wine, in the shade of an Holm Oak… at La Melonera

As you walk into the strikingly contemporary Ronda bodega, ‘La Melonera’ you are greeted by a large artwork – it …

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Patio Hotel Molino Del Arco

Hotel El Molino del Arco, Ronda – Review

El Molino del Arco is a quintessential Andalusian cortijo; a former farmhouse and olive mill, now small, romantic hotel that …

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Why I was wrong about Torrox

‘Torrox?’ …I hear you ask…My sentiments exactly. ‘Torrox? Where’s Torrox?’  Should we care? That was more or less my opinion …

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Andrew Forbes Visits Caminito del Rey on Andalucia Diary (3)

El Caminito del Rey – The King’s Little Footpath, Ardales, Alora, El Chorro

The World’s scariest footpath opened in Malaga province this spring – but I’ll let you in on a little secret; …

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