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Where to Stay in Spain - Eco-friendly Casa Valle de Oro B&B

For peace and quiet, wonderful views and pure relaxation, with option to go exploring in Andalucia´s stunning interior, there are few better bases than Casa Valle de Oro.  Located in the north of Malaga province near the town of Villanueva de Algaidas and very close to the border with Cordoba and its lovely lake town Iznajar and easy access to Granada and Cordoba cities.  Casa Valle de Oro, which in Spanish means Valley of Gold or Golden Valley nestles in a shallow vale of olive trees from which is produced liquid gold or extra virgen olive oil, Casa Valle de Oro´s oil, as the ethos of the house, is ecological. From the terrace, which overlooks the swimming pool and down the valley, there are golden sunsets, two very different  reasons for one good name for the lovely Casa Valle de Oro B&B.  There are also two yurts, Marrakesh and Oriental, between the olive trees which provide lovely, dappled shade in the summer, with a path to their own shower room and a trickling stream to add t

Monday Morning Photo - Wetlands in Castilla-La Mancha

I guess it's obvious  that Castilla-La Mancha has so many wetland areas, but being so flat. I'd never given it a thought. We were planning on visiting the famous Tablas de Daimiel National Park  but we also went to the four lagoons near our hotel - Lagunas de Alcazar de San Juan. My first real bird watching session from a hide revealed lots of flamingos and many other (unknown to me) water birds.


Lagunas de Alcazar de San Juan


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Windmills in La Mancha




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