Frigiliana

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…

Benahavis

We decided to take a day trip to Benahavis which is a small town close to Marbella. We enjoy disconnecting from the city and discovering the beautiful natural environments that surround us in Andalucia. We wanted to visit Rio Guadalmina but rather than taking the main route there which is located by the towns welcome…

Torquay

This summer we decided to try somewhere new in the UK. Originally we were going to go to Brighton but all their airbnbs were fully booked as it was pride weekend and we left it too late. We wanted to go somewhere scenic but not too far from Bristol. Whilst researching places in the south,…

Aguilar de la frontera

We spent the weekend in a lovely town on the outskirts of Cordaba called Aguilar de la Frontera. We stayed in Ismael´s grandmas (Bilal´s Friends) house which was absolutely stunning. To be honest we didn´t spend much time in it though as there was so much to do. The Friday was a relaxed day. During…

El Caminito Del Rey – 101m of fear

One of the most famous wonders of Spain, El Caminito Del Rey is a long passage built along the walls of the Gaitanes gorge. Found in the province of Málaga, El Caminito was originally built between 1901 and 1905 and was used as a means of transportation for material and people between two power stations that…

Setenil de las Bodegas

Andalucia is blessed with many beautiful white villages. But one of the most unique among the villages would have to be Setenil de las Bodegas in the province of Cadiz. Most of the Andalucian villages were built on pinnacles and hills, whereas what makes this village stand out from the others is the fact that…