This photo is just how the sky looked over Fenals at 5.30pm this evening. It has been like this for the last 2 nights, looking very stormy but the weather has been very good for the time of year! Daytime temps have been 22º.
The city of Girona is very underrated and too often overlooked as a place you 'would like to visit'! I must admit when I first decided to go have a look round a couple of years ago, I didn't expect to see the sights I came across!
From the bridges over the River Onyar you can see the medieval houses along the banks.
Then as you cross to the other side its just a maze of beautiful narrow streets which is known as the Jewish quarter.
So if you are visiting Catalonia at any time don't just fly in and back out of Girona, go have a look for yourself you wont be disappointed!!
Up in the hills over looking Fuengirola is the small white washed village of Mijas, easily reached by the local bus service. To live here it is said you must agree to paint the outside of your property every year to keep the village looking brilliantly white at all times!
Benalmadena Marina at night...a nice place to have a meal or just sit and have a drink while looking out over the boats. There's a good choice of restaurants to choose from, from Chinese to Steak houses.
Marbella is usually known for designer shops and flashy cars. Here is a very different view which many tourists wont see! This is the old town of Marbella...show's how the other half live don't you think?
A very different view to what I normally like to publish of Lloret de Mar! Here we have the the bright lights and packed streets. On the main street of Just Marles its just night club after night club....Not my favorite view!!
The Alhambra is located high on a hill overlooking Granada. Untill you step through the gates there is absolutely no clues as to the beautiful views you will see inside. Here is a musical photo slideshow to give you a short tour. For more about the history of Granada and the Alhambra click here!
Surrounded by some of the best scenery in Andalucia, Alora is a typical small white Spanish village. Although it seems a very remote place Alora is only about 40km from Malaga and is easily reached by road or train.
Views of the very steep street's and country side.