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Casares Castle, Casares

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  • Drove up from Estepona to see this village in the mountains. Its a shorter moutain drive than visiting Los Reales de Sierra Bermeja. We walked round the town and up to the little castle. From the view...  more »
  • The first thought that comes to my head when seeing the unforgettable views of Kasaresa, was the desire to climb the Tower of the Castle Rock. In the central square of the town, at the foot of the cliffs, the enthusiasm of the staggered. But climbing the rock white streets and called a little walk on them that I discretely overcame a large part of the slope, and then there was no sense in turning back. The castle itself, however, is much nicer looking at from a distance, from where he has a very romantic feel. Near this contented pathetic ruin, so 5 points I put to him, and not the entire architectural complex on top of a cliff (the Church, arranged a viewing platform over the abyss), magnificent views of the surrounding countryside and toy Casares, as well as the very experience of immersion in the charm of this beautiful corner of Andalusia. By the way, arrive in Cáceres and leave him recommend different roads (not around), and then you enjoy all foreshortenings unforgettable panoramas.
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  • Having hired a car for a couple of days,we decided to drive up into the hills and mountains above Mijas.We headed first to Alhaurin El Grande,a nice looking town,then on to Coin,which was a bit built ...  more »