I think we’ve made it quite clear that we are crazy about Spanish villages…Read More 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Spanish Villages
Guaro is a modest white village, located on the edge of the Sierra de las Nieves natural park.Read More Moving To Guaro: All You Need To Know
In the second half of the 19th societies called Peñas Flamencas started to appear in the Andalusian community.Read More What You Need To Know About Peña Flamencas
Come to Alozaina this weekend and be a part of this wonderful Christmas market supporting local artists.Read More The Alozaina Christmas Market is back
If you’ve popped into the our office for a coffee you will have no doubt met our lovely office dog Nacho. (This whole post is really just an excuse to post unnecessary amounts of photos of Nacho. #sorrynotsorry) Once you know how to indentify them you will start to see these friendly animals everywhere. The […]Read More Getting to know the Ratonero Bodeguero
Hot off the heels of our 2017 round-up, here our top events not to miss in Inland Malaga this year. January Evening of the 5th: Los Reyes Magos are coming to town! Find out all about them here. Expect to see: Colourful parades where the Reyes Magos throw sweeties and confetti into crowds of excited children. […]Read More Events to look forward to (January-April)
Some people that come to the valley tend to forget to visit Yunquera. Why? There are many reasons to visit this beautiful town nestled away in the Sierra de las Nieves! To start off, we love the local panaderia with its traditional ´Molletes´. These are delicious bread rolls baked in a traditional oven, you cannot […]Read More Wander the streets of Yunquera..
Only 2 more weeks to go and there we go, on a ‘Romeria’. ‘Romeria’ is a name derived from those traveling to Rome, is a religious pilgrimage.Read More Who was San Isidro Labrador?
Let’s put the spotlight on someone we all encounter…
The shepherd. El ‘pastor’.
It is one of these little surprises that we as foreigners in inland Málaga can bump into, and reduce us to tears, and we don’t know why. Possibly it’s the feel of being reconnected to history, to our Christian roots or the evoking of simpler, purer days that gives us this chill down our spine.Read More December 8th: the celebration of Immaculate Conception