Category Archives: Frontera

The Bride Catches the Drone

In Ronda, we met a Chinese couple from Beijing that were on their honeymoon. They took off their outer clothing to reveal their wedding outfits. The groom launched a drone to take their video with the famous bridge behind them.  … Continue reading

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Frontera Snapshots Gallery

Some snapshots of us in Frontera area. Click any photo to enlarge.

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Cueva de la Pileta

We took a day trip to Cueva de la Pileta to see the cave painting. The Cave of the Pool in English was discovered in 1905 by by a Spanish farmer called José Bullón in 1905 who was looking for bat guano. Dating of … Continue reading

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Zahara

We drove to Zahara for a day trip. Zahara is perched on a mountain, overlooking a valley. The town was originally a Moorish outpost, overlooking the valley. Due to its position between Ronda and Seville, it was a perfect site for a … Continue reading

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Ronda

From Grazalema, we took a day trip to Ronda. Ronda is a mountaintop city set dramatically above a deep gorge. This gorge (El Tajo) separates the city’s circa-15th-century new town from its old town, dating to Moorish rule. Puente Nuevo, a … Continue reading

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Grazalema hiking

The area around Grazalema is popular with hikers, bikers and cyclists.

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Grazalema

Next, we visited Arcos de la Frontera. Then, we stayed five nights in Grazalema, a small, somewhat less touristy hill town with lots of character. We stayed in a room looking toward the church and heard the bells every hour. … Continue reading

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