The first blog I’ve written in a while, but finally finished! Jerez is a fortified white wine with so much history, and while it may not be as popular as in the past, it’s still very much a wine lover’s dream…
A guide and personal advice about skiing in Spain. Catch the end of the 2012-22 season, or plan for winters to come!
Short guide about the village of Canjáyar in the Alpujarra Almerinense region of Southeast Spain.
A city with a name that is replicated all over Latin America, Córdoba is growing in reputation as a city that must be visited during any visit to Andalucía. It usually isn’t even in the top 3 for visitors, who often put Sevilla, Granada, Malaga and Cádiz higher on the list. After visiting this city,Continue reading “City Guide: Córdoba, Andalucía”
Nestled deep into southern Granada on the south side of the most prominent, and highest mountains on the peninsula, lies a true Spanish gem hidden away from most people passing from Granada to the coast, Alpujarra. Leave the autovia and connect to the A-348 and then the A-4132 from Orgiva and the mountain road takesContinue reading “Enjoying the villages of the Alpujarra region: Pampaneira, Bubion, Capileira.”
Cycling in Andalusia is such an experience for the better and worse when considering where to travel by bike in Spain. It was there I upgraded to a mid-range road bike, and have tested it and myself in this amazing part of the country. I may have only scratched the surface on places to visitContinue reading “10 things about cycling in Andalusia.”
There’s one question I have about this particular dish: Why is this not everywhere in Spain?! Having moved to Córdoba, the province where this beauty came from, I can totally understand why most restaurants have it on their menus. I have learned how to make them myself and would recommend anyone in Britain to giveContinue reading “Flamenquín”
The South of Spain may now be my home, but my imagination of it was different to what I now know is the reality. I knew I was probably going to see some stereotypes come to play there, with the flamenco, and bullfighting and a classy tapear culture. To some extent, that was true, butContinue reading “City Guides: Sevilla”