Living in Andalusia

We feel privileged to live on the Andalusian countryside, and therefore, we want to share our experiences. Whether it’s about the Ferias, the climate, schools or its stunning nature, it will hopefully help our clients to perceive a sharpened picture about Andalusia and what it means to actually reside here.

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Living in Andalusia A beautiful walk through the Casares mountains

Living in the area of Casares, we've done many of the mountain walks that are sign posted by the town hall. For some reason we never thought of taking a 'side track' to try and...Read More

Living in Andalusia Winter in Casares

Spring has arrived and so have the rains. And don’t they always around Semana Santa! The Casares residents are not complaining. We need rain for our water deposits to fill up and for the fields...Read More

Living in Andalusia Semana Santa in Gaucin and Casares

Seville and Málaga are always the center of attention where processions are concerned. Sure, they are impressive, grand, emotional and also crowded! For Semana Santa 2013, next week, I would like to offer you...Read More

Living in Andalusia Living on the countryside in Estepona

Nazki Kreft, owner of Pointer Veterinary Clinic Estepona, moved out to Spain with her family to Estepona some 15 years ago. She was convinced that the multi cultural environment of the Costa del Sol...Read More

Featured Properties, Living in Andalusia The natural setting of Celima La Manga, Casares

At just 10 minutes from the coast and 5 minutes from the white village of Casares you will find the most stunning green area were a handfull of country houses are located: Celima, La Manga....Read More

Living in Andalusia Fullfilling the dream: Starting a Bed & Breakfast near Ronda

Miranda and Hans Lucassen, who have spent the bigger part of their professional lives in Banking and Human Resources Managment  always dreamt that one day they would run small hotel, where guests could relax, enjoy the...Read More

Featured Properties, Living in Andalusia Eco Villas, building and renovation in Andalusia

Villas & Fincas is offering eco villas, building and renovation services in the ecological way, in cooperation with an experienced team of builders, architects and local town halls. We are using one special company for...Read More

Living in Andalusia Gaucin, a magical place to live

The beautiful whitewashed village of Gaucin has always attracted a special crowd of people.  To quote The Olive Press: It has a special ‘zing’ that other villages just haven’t got. Gaucin is one of Andalucia’s...Read More

Featured Properties, Living in Andalusia This Cortijo oozes Andalusia

The Andalucian government has published some beautiful catalogs describing the most important agricultural buildings, better known as Cortijos or Haciendas, in the various provinces. These stunning books not only picture the most interesting agricultural buildings...Read More

Living in Andalusia Vineyards and wineries in Andalusia

Nobody knows when wine-making was first introduced to Andalusia. It could have been brought there by the Greeks 2,500 years ago or even earlier, by seafaring Phoenician traders from the east. What we do know...Read More

Living in Andalusia Who pays the bill in a white village in Andalusia?

On a European level it’s considerably debated: Should Germany, Holland, or France pay the Spanish bill? Should they take responsibility for Spain’s Governments deficit? I hear my fellow countrymen (the Dutch) moaning every day: Can’t...Read More

Featured Properties, Living in Andalusia Living in the middle of nature

After living in London, Amsterdam and Los Angeles and travelling over the world, Ian and Melissa found this oasis of peace and quiet and couldn’t resist. They fell in love and bought this finca in...Read More

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