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Ideas for the next couple of weeks

Pierre Julian

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Frances, Ingles, VdP, San Salvador, Aragonese & Northern. Sections of Portuguese & Mozarabic.
Does anyone have any good ideas about how I could spend the next two weeks around the Malaga area?
My friends are advising me to go down to Malaga as it is much warmer down there. I am guessing from there I could check out the coastline and Gibraltar etc. However I am interested in any thoughts about cheap accommodation and things to do? As I'm fairly restricted by budget.
I've just walked the Via de la Plata from Seville to Salamanca, and Istill have until the 24th at which time I have a flight booked from Santiago back to London.
I have been finding the last week or so incredibly cold and windy and my purpose of doing the Via was to be relatively warm.
I don't think I am going to walk much more although
I intend to at least get to Zamora.
Many thanks
 

jungleboy

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It depends on what you're interested in, but three of Spain's greatest cities (Seville, Granada and Córdoba) and possibly its two most spectacular monuments (the Alhambra in Granada and the Mesquita in Córdoba) are right nearby. As I see it, these wonderful cities make Andalusia one of the most magical places in Europe.
 
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Pierre Julian

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Camino(s) past & future
Frances, Ingles, VdP, San Salvador, Aragonese & Northern. Sections of Portuguese & Mozarabic.

stevov

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walked the portuguese way (senda littoral). from porto, vila do conde via viana and redondela Jun 17
I have been to andulucia in september and the weather was warm with some hot days. I havent done the malaga path yet but i have seen features on the caminito del rey...u are literally walking along the edge of mountains and crossing gorges. Not for the faint hearted...but definately on my list!
 

Pierre Julian

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Camino(s) past & future
Frances, Ingles, VdP, San Salvador, Aragonese & Northern. Sections of Portuguese & Mozarabic.
The CdR looks very interesting, thanks very much for letting me know
 

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