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Andalucía’s natural jewel, Doñana National Park

It is fact that almost a fifth of Andalucia is unspoiled nature and beautiful countryside. Together with a sun shining so bright, stunning flora and diverse fauna, Doñana National Park is one of the most important protected natural areas in Europe. ‘Parque nacional y natural de Doñana’ (in Spanish) is one of the largest heronries […]

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Ernest Hemingway’s Spanish cities, his memories live on

Ernest Hemingway’s relationship to so many Spanish cities is almost indescribable. This Nobel Prize writer/novelist is one of the few foreigners to be so closely identified with Spain. With the given nickname ‘Papa’ (‘father’ in Spanish), Ernest truly captured more than just the complexities of Spain and the Civil War, he captured people’s hearts. He […]

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“Pueblos blancos” Whitewashed villages in Andalucia

If you are visiting or living in Andalucia, you cannot miss a trip to the Whitewashed villages. Many may think that these villages are all located within the exact same area. These villages are spread through northern part of Cádiz and Málaga provinces. Most Andalucian towsn were once fortresses that stood along the frontiers between […]

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City of Granada and the great Alhambra

If you are spending this festive season in beautiful Andalusia, you will be glad to know that there so many more places and cities to see that only a short drive away. Granada is a city and the capital of the province of Granada, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. Granada is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains. […]

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