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Málaga – Capital of the Costa del Sol

May 7, 2013 Guest 0

Spain’s fifth largest city is in the middle of one of the world’s most important tourist destinations The city of Malaga has a special charm which makes it a must on any visitor’s itinerary. Culture,

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The town of the Tajo

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The oldest part of the town, called La Ciudad, is perched atop the highest point of the rocky outcrop, while at its feet lies the quarter of San Francisco, also known as El Barrio. On

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Córdoba, the city of the caliphs

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Cordoba, the Andalusian city steeped in history and not just one, but many cultures, has a unique character which charms its thousands of visitors. After being a patrician colony of Hispania in the Roman empire,

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The joys of rural tourism in Andalucía

May 2, 2013 Guest 0

In recent years Andalucía has gained a reputation as one of the major international destinations for rural tourism, a circumstance which owes much to the climate and landscape, although the infrastructure has also played its

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Black sand and currents

May 2, 2013 Guest 0

Ever hopeful that this long winter will eventually blow away and let the mind begin to think of braving the waves, here is a brief outline of three favourite black sand beaches. More commonly known

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A tale of two seaside towns

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El Médano and Los Abrigos, apart from the fact that they are just a few miles apart, the two might, on the surface, seem to share little in common. In fact, you could probably fit

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Discovering Palm Mar

May 2, 2013 Guest 0

Discovering Palm Mar near Los Cristianos  involves more than a few surprises. As you  travel past Los Palos golf centre on your right and then turn right at the next big roundabout, it’s hard to

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Unlock a guarded secret of green Tenerife

May 2, 2013 Guest 0

Some best-kept secrets are meant to be shared and lovely Vilaflor is one of them. Turismo de Tenerife and the Tenerife Cabildo have recently been extolling the virtues of towns and villages which tourists, and