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Almería Cathedral by Robert Bovington

The ‘Cathedral’ is one of the major attractions in Almería. It was designed as a place of prayer and of war, when it was built in the sixteenth century. This was because the shores of Almería were continually under attack … Continue reading

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Almería churches walk

by Robert Bovington I am not really of a religious persuasion but the ‘churches of Almería’ make for a pleasant walk. . A good place to start is the Plaza San Pedro. From the plaza, the Iglesia San Pedro presents an attractive … Continue reading

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Diverse Almería – El Cabo de Gata

Originally posted on Photographs of Spain:
On the south-western edge of the Cabo de Gata Natural Park is the small village actually called El Cabo de Gata. It is a pleasant little seaside resort beside a beach of white sand.…

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Costa del Sol

by Robert Bovington The Costa del Sol is essentially the coastal areas of Málaga province in the south of Spain. This ‘Sun Coast’ stretches from Estepona in the west to Nerja in the east of the province.Originally, it was a … Continue reading

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Rodaquilar – old gold mine

Rodaquilar – old gold mine © Robert Bovington This part of Spain has always had an abundance of raw materials and this area of the Cabo de Gata has been extensively mined for 2000 years. The Romans extracted silver here. … Continue reading

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Vacationing in Andalusia, Spain

This gallery contains 32 photos.

Originally posted on International Bellhop Travel Magazine:
Spain is generally a rich travel location, filled with centuries of art, culture architecture, and history. No region of Spain offers more to international travelers than the region of Andalusia. Divided into eight…

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The White Towns of Andalusia

Originally posted on Spanish Impressions:
 by Robert Bovington Whilst I frequently holiday on the Costa del Sol, I rarely spend much time in Benalmádena or Fuengirola – instead, I explore the mountain villages of Cádiz and Málaga. I visit places…

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