Priego de Córdoba

Priego De Córdoba, is a stunning town with spectacular architecture located in the Cordoba provence of Andalucia, midway between Córdoba and Granada. The town is part of the Subbética region, encompassing the Subbética Natural Park, which… Continue reading

Antequera

Located in the heart of Andalucia, Antequera is at a cross roads of the routes from Seville to Granada and Malaga to Cordoba.  The small city has a rich history, full of Romans, the Moors,… Continue reading

El Torcal

El Torcal Natural Park is 12kms from the town of Antequera.   The road to El Torcal is sporadically signposted with brown signs bearing the pancake rock logo.  In true Spanish style (aplogies Spain)… Continue reading

Olive Harvest

  So the time has come to harvest our olives, exciting…and a little bit daunting!  It’s a serious business here in Granada, almost a way of life!  We are surrounded by olive trees… Continue reading

Exploring Ruins

We love to get out as a family and go for walks and hikes. Sometimes we even borrow a dog to take along with us! Mayhem walks some of the time but at… Continue reading

Río Pesquera River Walk

The Río Pesquera is a river running near the hilltop town of Zagra in the Granada province of Andalucia, Spain.  The Río Pesquera joins into Lake Iznajar which is the largest lake in Andalucia and… Continue reading

Alhama de Granada

The location of Alhama makes it a special town to visit, around 50km from Granada and 75km from Malaga, Alhama is far enough from the big cities to have retained a feeling of quiet… Continue reading

Pomegranate Sky

A very blue sky during the day with a few high clouds made for this wonderful Andalucian sunset of pink, orange and purples which reflected against the cortijo windows.  It was a pleasure… Continue reading

24 Hours in Malaga

Malaga, once previously over-looked city in comparison to Barcelona and Madrid is now a formidable adversary.  There has been extensive restoration and re-generation, which has much transformed Malaga into a great cultural tourist destination.… Continue reading

The Three Kings – Los Reyes Magos

​The Three Kings are Spanish children’s favourite,  as Santa may leave them a token gift to open on December 25th, but the Three Kings, leave them their main presents on the night of… Continue reading