Old Towns of Andalusia: Living the History of Southern Spain

It’s 8 o’clock and the sun is slowly heading for the horizon, its light dripping away from the olive trees growing on the distant yellow hills. The smell of vegetables roasting in the oven wafts towards us from the kitchen, where we’ve also got sangria cooling in the fridge. We still have a couple of hours before darkness falls, but all we want to do is sit here on our little fourth floor terrace taking in the world.

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