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Quirky Lebanese Restaurant in Malaga’s old town

We discovered this place through a recommendation; and to be fair if it hadn’t been recommended I don’t think we …

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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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Natural & organic fruit and veg market – Coin (Malaga province)

Today I was introduced to the local natural and organic fruit and veg market in Coín. My guide and vegetarian, organic food evangelist was Natalie, vegetarian food writer, cook, stylist and restaurant consultant.

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Balneario De Tolox

Healing waters in the Sierra de las Nieves – Balneario de Tolox

  Yesterday, seeing the effects of the devastating wildfire was exhausting and draining.  By the time we got back to …

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Goyescas, Ronda’s Pedro Romero 2012

We’re in Ronda for the day to see the family. The drive through the mountains was spectacular. We’re greeting by …

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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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Plaza de España

Ceramic detail from the stunning Plaza de España in Seville, looking great after its recent mega restoration. Built in 1929 …

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