Excursiones and highlights
Our surroundings are fantastic and Andalusia is so diverse and charming that it is not possible to explore everything in a single holiday. Even we are always amazed how much there is to discover and experience every day.
There are travel guides about Andalusia to fill shelves, and everyone certainly has their favorite. But since there is much more to see and do besides the typical travel tips, we have listed here some special highlights, which we believe are definitely worth a trip.
Take the train to Ronda via the Vulture Gorge
From Los Angeles, Jimena de la Frontera’s railway station there are 2 daily trains to and from Ronda.
Tip: take the morning train in Summer that goes through the Vulture Gorge and watch the sunrise. A wonderful ride, you also save the search for a parking space in Ronda, the train ride does not cost much and a visit to Ronda is a must anyway.
Lanas del Rio – weaving in the old mill
In an old mill near Gaucin, which was completely restored in 1994, the English couple Paul and Dawn Sutcliffe weave the finest yarn into wonderfully soft woolen garments. Ponchos, blankets, scarves, everything made of high-quality materials such as cashmere, alpaca, merino or silk can be seen and bought there.
Take the guided tour with the owners and learn about the craft of weaving in this authentic woolen mill.
Bodega F. Schatz
For wine lovers, but also for nature-loving travellers, a visit to the Bodega F. Schatz is an extremely interesting excursion. In the wine-growing region of Serranìa de Ronda, which has ideal conditions for the vines due to its altitude and yet Mediterranean climate, Friedrich Schatz presses organic, biodynamic wines. His knowledge of permaculture and perfectly coordinated plant cultivation makes a visit to his small finca worthwhile, and not only for wine connoisseurs.
By e-bike through Gibraltar
It is a special feeling to walk across the border and cross the runway to get to Gibraltar, but then also to explore the city by e-bike exceeds all expectations. Those who were told Gibraltar was boring, they have never seen it from the bike, let alone from the e-bike.
Roman baths de la Hedionda
Little more than half an hour away from us are the Roman sulfur baths , which have been declared a cultural monument and around whose origins are the source of many legends . One of the most common is that Santiago expelled the devil who bathed in it and gave the water its sulfur smell with his breath. According to stories, Julius Caesar is said to have bathed in it in order to heal himself from illnesses.
A ticket reservation is necessary.
Jerez de la Frontera with private tour
Let Andreas our Guirizano from Jerez de la Frontera show you his city through the eyes of a local. Take the city tour or a tour of the typical tapas bars – you can learn pretty much everything about Jerez from Andreas, who has studied history, among other things. Please request your desired date for a tour in Jerez in time.
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