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DISCOVER EVERY CORNER OF SAN PEDRO DE ALCANTARA, THE OTHER UNKNOWN JEWEL NEXT TO MARBELLA

San Pedro de Alcantara is an urban area that belongs to Marbella, in the south of Andalusia, but its aesthetic and idiosyncrasies differs prominently from the coastal city. We would you to visit this privileged enclave in the province of Malaga and tell you about all the different things you can do and see here. The locals are friendly, approachable and hospitable and will make you feel all the time like you’re at home. A perfect destination to enjoy the sea, good food and a very important cultural heritage. Don’t miss this opportunity and come and visit.

#villages
#destinations
#holiday
#traveltips
#sanpedrodelacantara
#marbella

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CLUBBING IN MARBELLA: 20 CLUBS AND HOT SPOTS YOU CANNOT MISS

Marbella is the go-to city for luxury and fun, both in Andalucia and Spain. In Marbella, you can enjoy a few days relaxing by the pool or at the beach, and then get dressed up to enjoy the Marbella Nightlife with friends.

The Costa del Sol capital offers you magnificent discos, fabulous clubs and elegant bars, all of which attract both Spanish and international tourists, who come to this Mediterranean city to enjoy an unparalleled climate.

Here you will find suggestions for a fantastic night clubbing in Marbella, both for visitors and locals. It is a destination that simply has it all and is waiting to welcome you with open arms!


#clubs
#clubbing
#nightlife
#bars
#traveltips
#tourism
#holiday
#marbella

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PUT ON YOUR BOOTS AND EXPLORE THE 20 BEST GRAZALEMA HIKING TRAILS (II)

The Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park is located to the north-east of the province of Cadiz and to the north-west of the province Malaga, in Andalusia. It is a special bird protection area and has more than 53,000 hectares. Perfect for hiking in Andalucia.

The landscape is varied, since the altitudes vary between the 250 and the 1,654 meters above sea level. It is the rainiest place of the Iberian Peninsula, with an annual average superior to 2,000 liters per square meter, and it constitutes the most important western massif of the Subbetic mountain ranges.

If you like to cross unique natural areas, we will tell you about the 10 essential hiking routes in a visit to the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park.


#trekking
#hikingroutes
#nature
#travel
#marbella
#spain

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PUT ON YOUR BOOTS AND EXPLORE THE 20 BEST GRAZALEMA HIKING TRAILS (I)

The Grazalema hiking trails are a great attraction for lovers of active and rural tourism. They also prove to be rather seductive for lovers of natural environments of ecological interest. They are paths that run through the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, declared a Unesco Biosphere Reserve.
Hiking in Grazalema will allow you to get to know and look at beautiful enclaves. You will visit places inhabited by unique plant and animal species. There are so many attractions offered by hiking trails in Grazalema that they are some of the favourites of those who hike in Andalusia.

The Del Pinar Sierra with its fir trees and the Del Torreón Mountain or Peak, the highest in Cádiz province. The characteristic karstic landscape, result of the water and limestone rocks. This is the rainiest place on the Iberian Peninsula. The Verde Gorge, inhabited by the griffon vulture along with the goshawk, booted eagle, otter, mountain coat, deer, roe deer and others. These are just some of the wonders to be found on hiking trails in Grazalema.

Hiking through the Grazalema Sierra will also allow you to get to know the customs and traditions of villages such as Zahara de la Sierra, Prado del Rey, El Bosque, Benaoján, Jimera de Líbar and Grazalema. You can also enjoy the area’s delicious and varied gastronomy.
Here are 20 hiking trails that are essential if you want to get to know the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. Their names, the places they traverse, the distance they cover, the time it will take you to complete them and each one’s degree of difficulty. The landscape will be different depending on the season, but either way, always beautiful and full of life.

#trekking
#hikingroutes
#nature
#travel
#marbella
#spain

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15 OF THE BEST SURFING BEACHES UNDER THE ANDALUSIAN SUN

The best surfing beaches in Andalusia are on the Cádiz coast. Beaches like Los Lances in Tarifa, de Caños de Meca in Barbate or La Fontanilla in Conil are famous among surfing lovers.

During the summer period, some of these Cádiz beaches only permit surfing outside bathing times. Summer is also when the waves are suitable for beginners. Perfect waves for experienced surfers usually occur in winter.

There are also amazing surfing beaches on the coast of other Andalusian provinces. Beaches in Málaga, Huelva and Granada are frequented by surfers of different levels. Places with perfect waves for beginners, more advanced surfers and experts.
The Andalusian coast is full of surfing and other water sports schools, so you won’t have a problem if you want to learn to surf in Andalusia. These schools are usually located on beaches with perfect waves for beginners. This is the case with Playa Punta del Río in Salobreña, which usually has waves every day that are suitable for beginners.
We invite you to discover 15 of the best surfing beaches in Andalusia.



#surf
#beaches
#windsurf
#travel
#marbella

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ENJOY MARBELLA AND ITS SURROUNDINGS ON A BICYCLE WITH THESE SEVEN CYCLING ROUTES

Sustainable transport is increasingly in vogue and there is nothing better than to know a city by bike. Marbella offers this possibility in natural areas as well as through its promenade, with the opportunity to visit nearby routes designed for more experienced riders. If you decide to visit this area of Costa del Sol do not hesitate to look at this option and rent your own bike. A healthy way of touring and a perfect time to exercise if you like this sport. Discover with us seven routes that will surprise you.

#cycling
#cyclingroutes
#outdoors
#activities
#holidays
#getaways
#marbella

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RONDA’S PEDRO ROMERO FAIR AND GOYESCA BULLFIGHT

The 2017 Ronda Fair (Pedro Romero Fair and Festival) is held between 29th August and 3rd September.

The Goyesca Bullfight is the most eagerly anticipated and attractive event for visitors and locals, as well as Ronda’s most interesting happening for Spanish and international tourists. It is when famous faces from the world of culture, politics and bullfighting get together. The Goyesca Bullfight poster always features the best master matadors of the moment.

http://blog.fuertehoteles.com/en/events/ronda-fair/

#Culture
#Ronda
#Bullfighting
#Goyesca
#Placestovisit
#Tourism

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THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN MANILVA

Manilva is one of the sun and beach tourist destinations on Costa del Sol. It is the last coastal town west of the province of Malaga. Border between Campo de Gibraltar, in Cadiz, and the province of Malaga.

The municipality of Manilva has several population centers. Sabinillas with the Port of the Duchess are the most important from a tourism point of view.

Next to its beaches and its marina, Manilva offers the tourist an interesting historical and cultural heritage; here you will find many things to see and do.
Among the things you can see in Manilva are its Castillo de La Duquesa, a couple of churches and the archaeological remains exposed in the Municipal Archaeological Museum.
The practice of outdoor sports, shopping and enjoying its gastronomy are some of the fun things you can do in this municipality.


#manilva
#laduquesa
#placestosee
#tourism
#travel
#holidays
#marbella

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THE ANDALUSIAN WINE, A CULTURE OF LIFE

Andalusia has an ancient tradition in the culture of the grapevine and in the production of wines of great prestige and fame around the world. The topography, geology and climate of the Andalusian soils are excellent for the cultivation of the grapevine. The Mediterranean climate and the different microclimates, the mild average temperatures (16°C), the shortage of ice and hailstone, the numerous hours of Sun throughout the year, a strong contrast in heights and the breeding system, create great quality wines, and at the same time very varied and characteristic.

This tendency to a prestige production has perpetuated to the present. More than 70% of the Andalusian vineyards are covered by any of the six Designations of Origin established and sponsored by its respective Supervisory Councils.


#wine
#redwine
#wineroute
#andalusianwine
#travel
#holiday
#marbella

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ESPETOS. THE SARDINE ONES ARE A MALAGA CUISINE CLASSIC

Skewers, and more specifically the sardine skewers (espetos de sardinas), are a Malaga cuisine classic. One of the most appreciated delicacies by locals and tourists. One of the most demanded specialties in beach bars and restaurants on the extensive coast of Malaga.

Malaga sardine skewers have become a sign of cultural identity. Sign recognized in the monument to the espetero that is in the Antonio Machado Promenade, next to the Beach of the Misericordia, in Malaga.

#espetos
#spanishfood
#gastronomy
#traveltips
#marbella
#spain
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