A little hour and a half from Malaga city, on the border of the provinces of Cadiz and Malaga and to the shelter of the Sierra de Cadiz emerges Setenil de Las Bodegas, an amazing town, so original and picturesque that you can not miss visiting it. Setenil lies on the dividing line of two emblematic natural parks (Grazalema and Sierra de las Nieves) and forms part of the Route of the white villages of Cadiz. In it the houses are...

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Sure you’ve all heard at some time of localities at Las Alpujarras as well known as Lanjarón (famous for its medicinal waters), Órgiva (the international and alternative capital of La Alpujarra) Trevelez (the highest village in Spain and the birthplace of their prized hams) or any of the towns that dot the Poqueira ravine (Pampaneira, Bubión and Capileira). All these populations are quite touristic and probably would become the...

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The image that comes to our mind when we hear of Málaga is the typical sun and beach destination. In fact, decades of touristic development by promoting just that have turned it into a very well-established destination in Europe and Spain, and on the engine of the regional economy. However, it is a rather simplistic definition. Málaga has much more to offer and it is why I decided to post gradually about the most curious places and...

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