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One of the most beautiful whitewashed Andalusian villages, a stunning national park and a nice hiking area; Grazalema has all the good experiences


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The village of Grazalema is one of the whitewashed Andalusian villages, located in the Cadiz province, but just a little north of Ronda, which is located in the Malaga province. It is a very nice village; It is beautiful and there are both lovely shallow squares, nice little restaurants and amazing rock walls in the

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Bike routes on the old rail ways ‘Vias Verdes’


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Spain is in general not very suitable for travelling by bike – for that the roads are way too dangerous and there are hardly any bike trail by the roads. The great exception are the old rail way called ‘Vias Verdes’ – the green tracks – which are fantastic for bike trips – even for

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A not quite traditional whitewashed Andalusian village; El Rocio has streets full of sand, horses in the streets and poles for mooring in front of all houses


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Just like in the Wild West, El Rocio, just outside of the Doñana National Park in the Huelva province, has sand in the streets throughout the entire village and poles for mooring of horses in front of each house. It gives the village a very special atmosphere and is a unique experience. It is, nevertheless,

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