Pueblos Blancos

Posted on Aug 4, 2015

This post is for the ones that are keenly expectant to visit the south of Spain. May I say your problems are over! Today is the first of a series of posts that will show what to do and what to see in Sevilla, Córdoba and Granada

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Let’s start from the beginning, right? How to get there? How to make this trip? For me, the best possible way is to rent a car to have the chance to see the Pueblos Blancos that can be seen in the way from one city to the other.

In my case, I chose to visit the ones that are between Málaga and Sevilla. Of course you can visit others, but the reason for this post is just to show how incredible they are. The “pueblos” are very similar, so if you miss one of them, just don’t worry. You will be fine ;)

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Let’s see my chosen ones?

Mijas

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This picture was taken inside of a restaurant. Some of them have beautiful internal “patios” so you can have your dinner outside in a delicious environment.

Gaucín

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Casares

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Just out of curiosity, it was really easy to park, even though it was summer.

Next post, Sevilla! Olé!

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