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In this blog I take you to Spain and the wonderful region of Cádiz, in the very south of Andalusia, where I live. Read about our daily life & get great travel & walking tips !

Recipe Garbanzos con Espinacas

Recipe Garbanzos con Espinacas

Garbanzos con Espinacas - vegan tapa from Seville I promise, this is going to be one of your favourite vegan/vegetarian tapa recipes this winter. There is nothing more comforting and mood-enhancing to snuggle up on the couch with than this hug in a bowl: Chickpeas...

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The highest village of Cádiz, Villaluenga del Rosario

The highest village of Cádiz, Villaluenga del Rosario

Villaluenga del Rosario is the highest and one of the smallest villages of the province of Cadiz. This beautiful village lies at the foot of an impressive rock massif and is not very well known to the general public. But Villaluenga has some unique treasures..

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Recipe Tortillitas de camarones

Recipe Tortillitas de camarones

If there is one tapa you simply cannot skip when you are in Cadiz it is Tortillitas de Camarones, or prawn pancakes. Indeed, this is the most 'Gaditano' of all tapas! Lickety-split delicious, I am totally hooked on them. You can buy extremely tasty tortillitas at the...

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Treasures in the dunes of Cádiz

Treasures in the dunes of Cádiz

Andalusia's first Roman fish farm discovered at Trafalgar Bay 12 May 2021 The Costa de la Luz of Cádiz has endless sandy beaches, beautiful bays, high cliffs and rolling pine forests. On this virgin coast, you will find no large resorts or high-rise buildings. But...

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Vejer de la Frontera, darling of the south

Vejer de la Frontera, darling of the south

Vejer de la Frontera at the Costa de la Luz, with her spotless white houses, narrow cobblestoned streets a sandstone church, a sturdy castle, and the Arabic city walls. Love at first sight, I promise!

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Vultures and bird migration at Tarifa, Cádiz

Vultures and bird migration at Tarifa, Cádiz

The biggest bird I ever met was a condor, it flew past me at only a few meters, And I’m not kidding. I'll tell you all about it later on. Next to the condor, the largest birds I know are griffon vultures. And since the day we moved to Cádiz, I’m crazy about these...

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Travel to Andalusia this winter

Travel to Andalusia this winter

Why Andalusia is the perfect destination for a winter holiday! At Ardanza, our travel organisation, we regularly receive questions about whether our tours in Andalusia can also be made in the winter months. I’ve been living in southern Spain for 8 years now and from...

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Spanish traditions in times of Corona

Spanish traditions in times of Corona

Every village in Spain has a patron saint. They are put in the limelight and honored on their name day. Then it is Fiesta time, with a Romería, Flamenco, music and moving processions. In our town, Vejer de la Frontera, we celebrate ‘La Velada’ in honour of our Patron...

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