Another day, another day trip. Voted the ‘most charming’ village in Andalucia’ by the Spanish Tourist Board, Frigiliana is distinctively Moorish in appearance, with the old quarter made up of beautiful narrow, winding, cobblestone streets, in a myriad of stairs that run through the Barribarto. The streets are full of small cute shops, tapas bars and restaurants that offer all kinds of local, national and internatonal cuisine. We went with another couple (our friends from Cordoba). We all got there early afternoon so we had a lot of time to explore the streets of Frigiliana together, taking pictures of the beautiful landscape and views we came across.
Once we explored the pretty streets we climbed to the top of a hill where the towns castle used to be. I wore the wrong shoes for climbing so we struggled a bit (lol) but we made it in the end without any fatalities. Today there is nothing left of the castle, only ruins as it was destroyed many decades ago but the view from the hill was amazing. You can see the town from an almost bird-eyes view. We ended the day with something sweet, with churros con chocolate caliente.