The Most Instagrammable Places in Mijas Pueblo [With Map]

Mijas Pueblo is one of the most accessible white villages in Andalucia, only a 30 minute drive from Malaga. It is also one of the prettiest villages, with white houses decorated with blue pots containing red flowers, narrow cobbled streets and traditional family run restaurants that are waiting to receive their guests with a warm […]

La Cala de Mijas Restaurants Tried by a Local: Where to Eat in La Cala de Mijas

La Cala de Mijas is a lovely place to choose for a holiday on Costa del Sol. It has a beautiful, large, sandy beach with all the facilities, including lifeguards during the high season, plenty of great restaurants and bars where you can spend your evenings over a glass of gin and tonic and a […]

Hiking in Sierra Nevada, Spain – Ruta de Los Cahorros

Sierra Nevada is one of the best places to hike in Spain, with gorgeous scenery and beautiful experiences that every nature enthusiast would love. There are plenty of hikes in Sierra Nevada, suitable for both adventure seekers with experience and families with children. Ruta de los Cahorros is a family friendly Sierra Nevada trail, located […]

How to Make Traditional Andalucian Boquerones al Limon (Fried Anchovies Marinated in Lemon)

Boquerones al limon is a traditional tapa in Malaga, enjoyed all over the province in restaurants and beach bars. The boqueron is a large blue fish, between 9 and 12 centimetres long, fleshy, found in the Alboran Sea. Practically a bigger anchovy – there are over 140 different species of anchovies in the world, did […]

Things to Do In One Day In Jerez de la Frontera

Jerez de la Frontera is one of the most charming places in Andalucia, very often overlooked by tourists. I have always wanted to visit Jerez de la Frontera, known for its sherry production, flamenco shows and its school of equestrian arts. I can say that Jerez is one of those hidden gems of Andalucia, an […]

How to Spend One Day in Salobreña

Often referred to as the jewel of Costa Tropical, Salobreña is a picturesque whitewashed town with narrow streets and a castle dating from the 10th century. You can spend one day in Salobreña, as a day trip from Malaga, or spend a week, it’s entirely up to you. No matter which choice you will make, […]