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Algeciras bus stations is located next to the railway station. It is a modern uninteresting functional design. It has ticket office open all day. facilities include shops, toilets, 'consigna' with small cary on size lockers and a cafe. There is a taxi rank outside. The local bus L1 stops outside.

This small hill village, with a population of around 500, is located in the Sierra de Grazalema, in the area of the pinsapar (pine forest) – the pinsapo is a rare Spanish fir tree, only found in this area of Spain (Cadiz and Malaga provinces). Benamahoma is on the A-372 road between El Bosque (5km) and Grazalema (13km).

Huelva's bus station is in the centre opposite the tourist office, at Calle Doctor Rubio, 902 114 494. Most services are run by the Damas or the Avanza bus companies.

One of Andalucia's most dramatically positioned pueblos blancos (white villages), Arcos balances atop a rocky limestone ridge, its whitewashed houses and stone castle walls stopping abruptly as a sheer cliff face plunges down to the river Guadalete below.

A round up of news items of interest to visitors and residents of Sotogrande for 2021. Latest items added to the top, older items archived for resarch interest.

Updated statistics and overview on the number of confirmed cases and positive tests in Andalucia. statistics updated daily.

We received an email from one of our readers, Cheryl Jessop asking if Semana Santa would still go ahead. We replied "As far as we know the Feria is still planned to go ahead. Of course it will depend on events over the next month, but we do not hear any talk of cancellations in local media or social media." We had received several similar emails of the previous week so set up a Coronavirus page to advise tourists of the normality in Andalucia. Things changed very fast over the next few days

A guide to Whats on in Andalucia. Actually there is no fully comprehensive guide to every event, concert, exhibition held in Andalucia. There are so many events it is not posible to keep it up to date. Below we offer you a selection of links to help you search for an event that is of interest to you and in a location near you.

There are usually hundreds of music and dance festivals taking place in Andalucia every year, especially in the summer. The festivals cover every genre from rock, pop, indie, folk, blues and jazz to classical and flamenco. Some of these, mostly those offering jazz, classical or flamenco, are well-established and have been taking place for many years, while others - generally pop and dance music - are relatively new.

Every year the beaches of Sanlucar de Barrameda in the province of Cádiz come alive with the pounding of hooves as the famous horse races take over the coast. Traditionally, the races take place the second and fourth weeks of August from Friday to Sunday. The schedule also depends on the tide times so they might come foward a week.

There are bus services from Jerez de la Frontera ato Seville and Cadiz and other towns and villages in the surrounding province of Cadiz.

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