spain: the white villages

sorry for not posting regularly, but summertime is busy-time. i hope to have more time for blogging again in a few weeks …

in the meantime i’d like to show you another part of my holiday pictures from andalusia. after spending a night in almeria, we continued the trip towards granada (which i really liked, but more about that in the next post).

and of course we had to see some of the white villages (“pueblos blancos”) near the sierra nevada, we visited them on our way and here are some pictures i took on the road.

the villages we saw were “pampaneira” and “bubión”. both of them were gorgeous, it was absolutely worth the adventurous car ride :)

14 thoughts on “spain: the white villages

  1. Oh aren’t these villages amazing? I also have visited them as well and saw Gaucin, Ronda, and Casares. How I would love to go back know that I’m really into photography, I did a post of these villages many moons ago. :-)
    Thanks for the return visit.

    • oh yes, they’re gorgeous indeed. we visited ronda as well and i was impressed, it is such an amazing place. i will post some pictures in the next few weeks for sure :)
      i wish you a great day!

  2. Oh yeah, summertime and blogging dont go well together ;)
    Beautiful photos and they capture the atmosphere of the road and the villages really well imo
    havent visited these white villages but many others, so beautiful.
    Looking forward to more from your south of Spain, but enjoy summertime as well
    Saludos, Ron.

    • hey ron,
      thanks a lot for your comment!! those villages are really beautiful, we also visited ronda and i fell in love with it :) it’s so beautiful, i am going to post some pictures of it soon!
      saludos,
      evi

      • Yeah, Ronda is amazing, but I love the surrounding sierras even better and as a huge fan of Andalucia definitely keen on your views to come. Take it easy (as the Spaniards do ;)
        Ron.

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