Cordoba’s old quarter is flanked by an avenue lined by an oasis of gardens, pathways and palm trees. Called Paseo de la Victoria, this is where you’ll find more than just a green getaway but also Andalucia’s first gastro-market, Mercado Victoria.
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January 16, 2015
Let’s be honest: lots of coastal Andalucia feels very discovered. But one little portion, La Axarquia — which is sandwiched between the regions of Malaga and the Tropical Coast — retains much of its undiscovered appeal. You’ll find it lingering in alleys of whitewashed villages, washing up on La Axarquia’s lengthy shores, and even in geological wonders found below ground.
January 2, 2015
Welcome to the Spanish south and the seaside city of Malaga. It’s a land of lovely weather, and therefore just the place to take full advantage of everything outdoor-related. With that in mind, here are four activities you should plan to do in order to experience the city’s extra-pleasant climate to the fullest.
December 26, 2014
Spain is packed with so many cities and villages worth visiting that the hard part about planning your trip is often simply deciding where exactly you should go. If you’re considering the Spanish south, though, then your decision is already made: start making plans to head to Granada. Need some convincing? Well, here are three solid reasons that will seal the deal.
December 5, 2014
The living rock — that’s what they call Bocairent. This is because the 5,000-person pueblo sits atop a hillside of porous earth, which has, over the centuries, been creatively used for various human purposes.
November 28, 2014
Picasso’s artistic life spanned all corners of Spain and beyond. But it was in the southern Spanish city of Malaga where his world took shape, as this is not only where he was born, but where he truly got his artistic start. So Picasso lovers rejoice, because you’ll be able to get your fill of the internationally famous artist by visiting the city’s Picasso Museum.