Gualchos

The light at the end of the tunnel today is Gualchos.  This tiny sleepy village is neatly nestled between the sea and Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, it’s extremely pretty – a picture postcard and totally non-commercialised.  I guess that most of the residents here are Spanish although I understand that a few expats have moved … Continue reading Gualchos

Adra, La Rabita, Los Yessos and Castell de Fero

We headed out east today, past Motril to the town of Adra. The thing that overwhelmed me more than anything (despite being surrounded by beautiful mountains) was the sea of plastic.  This is true agricultural land and every spare centimetre of land is covered in plastic.  It is tropical fruit growing country, big time. Adra … Continue reading Adra, La Rabita, Los Yessos and Castell de Fero

Frigiliana, to Torrox and Torre del Mar

After Nerja we visited the acclaimed village of Frigiliana.  This is an incredibly pretty place with stunning views out over the sea. The village is a labyrinth of steep and narrow cobbled streets, lined with whitewashed houses, their wrought-iron balconies filled with planters of brilliant red geraniums.  You could certainly get a lovely apartment or … Continue reading Frigiliana, to Torrox and Torre del Mar