After you’ve lived on the Costa Tropical for a while, you grow to appreciate the Alpujarra because it is so different, but at the same time, so familiar.
According to National Geographic (2015) Montefrío is in the top ten of the best views in the world, which is not to be sniffed at!
The Almuñécar hiking club’s last walk was to the Sierra de la Almijara, which offered panoramic delights. The walkers were blessed with a sunny day, although just a bit on the chilly side up there in the mountains.
Well if Flamenco is your thing, there has certainly been no shortage of it at the Peñon Restaurant in Salobreña this month. Further information, or to book your table, phone 958 610 538.
The International Club of Salobreña walk on November 28th will be in the Vélez de Benaudalla area with some good views of the sierras
if you aren’t sure where to go for a pleasant walkabout, just use your mobile to navigate to Eurorando 2011, which will give you all the poop on paths and happy trails, especially those to be found in Andalucia and the vecinity of El Padul.
The most visited area in the Alpujarra, Lanjarón, has debuted a new footpath starting from the health spa and ending, a kilometre later, at the Arabic fortress.
Tuesday 7th at 20:00h: Prize ceremony for Amigos de la Herradura poetry competition. Venue: Centro Cívico, La Herradura. Thursday 9th at 21.00h: Flamenco Evening. Guitar, Juan Gabriel; comedian, Maxi and Dance, Elena Venue: Casa de la Cultura, Almuñécar Friday 10th at 21.00h: International Festival of Flamenco singing Venue: Centro Cívico, La Herradura Monday 13th at…
The Ed spoke about this project last month, so I decided to take my family along on one of their activities- a 2-hour walk at the back of Herradura.