All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Cadiz Province’

Roman columns and refinery chimneys – San Roque, Cadiz Province

In preparation for a trip to explore the huge Alcornocales Natural Park, we headed into San Roque, to visit the …

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Picnic on the beach, Bolonia

Not a bad way to spend a saturday! We also went back to see how things were progressing with the …

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La Vera de Cruz – Vejer de la Frontera

La Vera de Cruz is renowned as one of the best eateries in the village. We discovered it by accident, …

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Tarifa Beach Andrew Forbes Andalucia Diary

Cadiz Province – Introductory travel notes by Andrew Forbes

Cádiz is a wonderful province rich in natural beauty. Along its eastern border runs the immense ‘Alcornocales Natural Park’. This …

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Enjoying the Sport of Kings

A few days ago were the last of the season’s horse races on the beaches of Sanlúcar de Barrameda; these …

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Un paseo por Cadiz

At least two thousand hands clapped in unison; in the distinctive Flamenco, Andaluz style that anyone who has been to …

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Castellar de la Frontera, Cadiz Province

You have to choose second and third gears to negotiate the narrow and at sometimes precipitous, winding road up to …

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Sunday in Sotogrande

There was a whole lot of cashmere knitwear to be seen down in Sotogrande‘s port today! I am sure you …

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Taking a short cut in Andalucia

At 5.30 pm this afternoon I was taking this picture, deep in the Alconocales National Park.  Rafa & I were …

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