Granada is not only Granada, is also Andalusia

When you come to Granada, it is important to know that you are close no just to Granda towns, but also close to the seven provinces of Andalusia: Almería, Cádiz, Córdoba, Huelva, Jaén, Málaga y Seville.

I have been here for 4 months, and I have the oppportunity to visit some places of this beautful region, however I hope in the next months visit at least one place of the provinces that I haven’t been in.

I am going to share with you the places that I have visit so far, hope that it encourages you to visit all the Andalusia places that you can. This land is beautiful and their people is even more.

1. The following video shows a short part of the road from La Carlina to Arjonilla, two towns of Jaén.

As you can see, there are olives everywhere. Olives are the traditional product of Jaén and are the raw material for the Olive Oil, a remarkable Spanish product. For me, is awesome to see so many olives, because I have never seen this plant before!.

2. Another beautiful landscape is “Caminito del Rey” (The King’s little pathway), which is located in Ardales, Málaga. It was build between 1901 and 1905, is a historic construction that was restored in 2015. You can see more information in:

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3. Granada has Mountain Range, but also has beach. The beach is pretty close (40 minutes) and is beatiful, the images says more than words:


In another entry, I will show more of Granada city and towns, see you soon.




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