Huelva Tourist Attractions: 10 Top Places to Visit
Planning to visit Huelva? Check out our Huelva Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Huelva.
Top Places to visit in Huelva:
Mezquita de Almonaster la Real, Muelle del Tinto, Virgin of El Rocio, Parque Minero de Riotinto, La Rabida Monastery, Parque Nacional de Donana, Playa de Punta Umbria, Cuesta Maneli, Cortegana Castle, Muelle de las Carabelas
Visit our website:
What we Eat in Malaga Spain Travel Food Vlog117
Wow this are the food that we try in Malaga Spain, i also insert some prices of this area because it's really cheap and very affordable in terns of food prices. we did eat around 8 places in Malaga region. that covers Frigiliana, Nerja, Alora, El Chorro and Malaga City Centre too! please enjoy and try not to be hungry! please subscribe, make some comment and Like cheers!
MALAGA, EXPLORING the historic CENTRE of this beautiful city, SPAIN
SUBSCRIBE: - Let's go for a walk around majestic Malaga's historic and very beautiful city center on a brilliant sunny day. Vic Stefanu, firstname.lastname@example.org. Spain or España, is a sovereign state largely located on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe, with archipelagos in the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea, and several small territories on and near the North African coast
Ronda Andalusia Spain the beautiful village in the South of Spain Travel to Andalusia
We love Ronda - it's one of the most spectacular tourist sights in Southern Spain!
Ronda (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈronda]) is a city in the Spanish province of Málaga. It is located about 100 kilometres (62 mi) west of the city of Málaga, within the autonomous community of Andalusia. Its population is approximately 35,000 inhabitants.
Ronda is situated in a very mountainous area about 750 m above mean sea level. The Guadalevín River runs through the city, dividing it in two and carving out the steep, 100 plus meters deep El Tajo canyon upon which the city perches. The Spanish Fir (Abies pinsapo) is endemic to the mountains surrounding Ronda.
Best places to visit
Best places to visit - Jerez de la Frontera (Spain) Best places to visit - Slideshows from all over the world - City trips, nature pictures, etc.
El Camino del Rey [High Quality]
The original version. Filmed with a Sony handycam. No clipping. Watch youclimb.de for more stuff. Many thanks to Michael Darius for the soundtrack Magic of politics!
2017 - Espagne : El Caminito del Rey in 4K
Le Caminito del Rey (Petit Chemin du Roi, parfois raccourci en Camino del Rey ou Chemin du Roi) est une via ferrata accrochée le long d'une paroi escarpée dans un défilé de gorges ( El Chorro - parc naturel de Los Ardales), au sud de l'Espagne.
Situé à flanc de falaise, où coule la rivière Guadalhorce, ce chemin a été construit entre 1901 et 1905, pour les besoins de la construction de deux barrages hydroélectriques.
Le chemin faisait trois kilomètres de long pour 1 mètre de large. Il avait été creusé dans la roche, et était constitué de plaques de béton armé, soutenues par des rails et fixées à flanc de falaise. Il surplombe la rivière d'une bonne centaine de mètres par endroits.
Le chemin a été restauré en 2014, et les techniques de rénovation sont très similaires à celles utilisées lors de sa construction de 1901en 1905. L’ancien chemin était surnommé « le plus dangereux du monde » et il a réouvert son accès en 2015.
Il est maintenant entièrement sécurisé et accessible aux familles.Toutefois, afin de conserver son aspect impressionnant, un balcon au plancher de verre surplombe la rivière.
Attention, si le vent dépasse les 35 km/h sur la passerelle permettant le passage d’une falaise à l’autre, vous serez obligés de revenir une autre fois et cela a été notre cas.
Il faut y aller très tôt le matin (avant 11 h car moins de vent), vous aurez la possibilité de prendre des billets à l’entrée (qui est à 1,3 ou 2,5 km en fonction du choix du chemin)
The Caminito del Rey (Little King's Path, sometimes shortened to Camino del Rey or King's Way) is a via ferrata hung along a steep wall in a parade of gorges (El Chorro - Los Ardales Nature Park). south of Spain.
Located on the side of the cliff, where the Guadalhorce River flows, this road was built between 1901 and 1905, for the purpose of the construction of two hydroelectric dams.
The path was three kilometers long and one meter wide. It had been dug into the rock, and consisted of reinforced concrete slabs, supported by rails and fixed to the side of a cliff. It overhangs the river a good hundred meters in places.
The road was restored in 2014, and the renovation techniques are very similar to those used during its construction of 1901 in 1905. The old road was nicknamed the most dangerous of the world and it reopened its access in 2015.
It is now completely secure and accessible to families. However, to maintain its impressive appearance, a balcony with glass floor overlooking the river.
Attention, if the wind exceeds 35 km / h on the bridge allowing the passage of a cliff to another, you will be forced to return another time and this was our case.
You have to go very early in the morning (before 11 am because less wind), you will have the opportunity to take tickets at the entrance (which is 1.3 or 2.5 km depending on the choice of path)
Memories of ANDALUSIA: a short travel video | Spain
► Do you like traveling? So, SUBSCRIBE to discover new destinations!
Memories of Andalusia:
This story will immerse you in the head of a traveler crossing the white Andalusian villages in Spain, Europe.
The purpose of this project is to make you discover the beauty of this region and experimenting storytelling techniques such as overlays, hyper lapses, moving footages
Find us on:
+ SITE WEB:
If you liked this video, do not forget tu subscribe to our channel!
DROITS D'AUTEURS / UTILISATION DE CETTE VIDÉO:
Voulez-vous utiliser cette vidéo pour un projet à but commercial? Sachez que le contenu Youtube est soumis aux droits d'auteurs. Contactez-nous pour toute demande d'offre personnalisée.
#travelandalusia #andalusia #spain #travelvideo #video #spanish
A Guide To Travel Through Malaga Spain
A Guide To Travel Through Malaga Spain
You’ll be amazed at all there is to do when travelling around Malagna Spain. You’ll find this city on the Costa del Sol, which is near the Mediterranean Sea. You’ll enjoy the beautiful warm Mediterranean weather and climate of this area. Everyone of course loves to visit in the summer when the weather is nice and hot, but as well visiting in the Winter months can be quite pleasant too due to the near perfect mild temperatures that you’ll experience.
Of course summer is the busiest in this area of Spain, so you’ll want to be speedy about making your reservations to ensure you get the best deals on flights, hotels, and even rental cars if need be. If you do need to rent a car you can actually do so right at the airport at arrival, if not you can hire a car service which will drive you to your destination hotel and also bring you back to the airport at the end of the trip. However, waiting until you get there, especially in the summer is not recommended being that it’s such a busiest time, you may get stuck (literally).
There is certainly no shortage of things to do when you visit around the area of Costa del Sol and Malaga Spain.
If you enjoy seeing old architecture and experiencing a bit of history then visiting the Alcazabo or the Citadel, which is the greatest fortress in Andalucia would be a great choice for your sightseeing agenda. This citadel was built sometime between the eighth and eleventh century. You’ll also, as a history buff, want to hit one or two of the museum there on the site of the citadel. One is actually an archeological museum and is an area favorite.
If you love fourteenth century architecture and buildings then be sure to check out the castle that is located in Malaga. This is the castle of Gibralfaro, and is open for you to tour to actually experience the areas full and beautiful history. You’ll be able to enjoy a beautiful view of he entire city as well as the port from Gibrlfaro. This castle is actually very near the citadel, which makes it a convenient tour for you and can probably be accomplished in just one day.
There is actually an amusement park in the Costa del Sol, which is the Tivoli Amusement Park. This is great if you’re visiting the area with you entire family or just looking for an adventure. The park hosts daily shows, has great rides, and has beautiful botanical gardens for you to tour.
If you want to see a great landmark of the area then you should visit The Cathedral of Malaga. This cathedral was began to be built in 1528 however construction was an on and off again thing for about the next 200 years or so, which was simply due to the lack of funds. This one Cathedral therefore has a multitude of different designs within it since construction was started and stopped so many different times.
You’ll surely have no shortage of history to witness and explore before you in the Costa del Sol, as well as be able to enjoy the great weather as well as be near some of the finest beaches and ports in the world.
Visiting Malaga - a city located on the Costa del Sol in Andalusia. The relaxed environment, sightseeing, delicious gastronomy - in this video you can see the highlights of my trip to Malaga.
Find more on my Instagram: