Pelo Mundo... Allambra: Trata-se de um rico complexo palaciano e fortaleza (alcazar ou al-Ksar) que alojava o monarca da Dinastia Nasrida e a corte do Reino de Granada. O seu verdadeiro atrativo, como em outras obras muçulmanas da época, são os interiores, cuja decoração está no cume da arte islâmica.
Visit the amazing historic Nerja Caves East of Malaga Spain
Nerja Caves, a tourist destination in Nerja with it's millions years formation of stalagmite, stalactite & amphitheater. A tour of the cave with images. One of the top things to do in Malaga that makes for a nice day trip from Malaga too.
Visiting the Rock of Gibraltar and the Famous Gibraltar Monkeys
The Rock of Gibraltar is a small piece of the United Kingdom on the southern edge of Spain. Take the cable car to visit the summit...and the monkeys!
Where to Find the Best View of Ronda Spain? Probe around the Globe
Everybody wants to travel to Ronda in Spain to see the famous bridge of Ronda. But where to find the best view of Ronda? I give you 2 self-drive routes around Ronda
Frigiliana, no hay un pueblo blanco y andaluz con más encanto
Uno de los rincones más bellos de la comarca malagueña de La Axarquía –ese pequeño paraíso de almendros, olivos, viñas y casas de labor– es este pueblo blanco de paredes encaladas, calles estrechas y sinuosas de herencia morisca. Perderse por su casco antiguo es como hacer un viaje en el tiempo.
The Five Best Reasons to Learn Another Language
With international travel common, and citizens of different countries routinely migrating to new places, knowing more than one language is becoming a necessity. Business relationships require being fluent in another language and, in many parts of the U.S., job applicants must be bi-lingual. But, are employment requirements the only reason for learning other languages? There are strong arguments that getting a job is far from the best reason for learning another language. There are five other…
Nerja, Spain: a seaside gem in Andalucia
Known for a year round temperate climate, Nerja is a coastal town in Andalucia, southern Spain with sea on one side and a mountain backdrop on the other.
Balcón de Europa | Nerja Today
Today it is the focal point of the town, affording magnificent views up and down the coast. Looking left and down you have Calahonda beach and neighbouring coves, followed by Burriana beach and, in the distance, the picturesque village of Maro, site of the impressive Nerja Caves. To the right you have La Caletilla beach, El Salon beach and the …