I have mentioned in my previous posts, when we aren't travelling outside of Spain, we try to see as much of Andalusia as we can. We recently discovered Arcos de la frontier, one of the many pueblo blancos (white towns) in the area
We jumped im the car one Saturday morning, and headed off through the hills
Set way up high, this little village is so charming and rustic with a little pop of architectural marvel to punctuate the quaint white landscape. It's one of the less touristy Spanish towns, so visiting feel so authentically Andalusian
Succulents are big with the locals in these little white towns, with burros tail hanging everywhere
We found a super cute and friendly spot for some afternoon tapas at Taberna Jovenes flamencos.
The beautiful red terrace was a real find. We pulled up a seat and ordered some of our favourite Spanish dishes.
Andalusian style patatas bravas, jamon ibericos and manchego cheese. Delicious
After a much needed break from the hills and the heat (we are well and truly into the glorious but deadly Spanish summer now!) my advice is get up and out early before the heat really kicks in if you visit in the Summer
With the cutest flourishes in detail, hanging potted plants... colourful canopies and the prettiest bunting Arcos was really winning me over
And then there are the moments of unexpected grandeur with the most incredible architecture
Just when you think this little place has it all, you get the most incredible views of the Spanish country side too
A travel, beauty and lifestyle blog with the occasional afternoon tea by Angelina Belle
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