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THE BEST PLAN FOR THIS SUMMER: BRUNCH TIME IN ORANGE BEACH CLUB!

Good morning to everybody ! I am back today with a special review, an ideal proposal for the hot summer days: a summer brunch in an idyllic place. Last week we were fortunate to assist to the presentation of the new brunch in the exclusive ORANGE BEACH CLUB at the Don Carlos resort & spa. It’s a new way to enjoy a brunch with the Beach Balinese brunch concept: brunch is served in the Balinese beds or hammocks of the beach club overlooking the Mediterranean! The food is plentiful with a high quality. In fact, it reminded me of...

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#FOODIE: LA MAISON, RESTAURANT & CLUB, MARBELLA

Good morning l ! Today I want to recommend you a place that I have just discovered and that has opened very recently, a restaurant with a French touch, which I like a lot: LA MAISON Restaurant & Club located in Nueva Andalucía in Marbella. Many restaurants take advantage of the summer season to open with new proposals and one of them is LA MAISON Restaurant Club which offers a restaurant with international cuisine where you can also enjoy the first cocktail of the evening with music after dinner. The restaurant is framed in pleasant surroundings with a very...

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#FOODIE: NOBU MARBELLA, PUENTE ROMANO

The 15th of June is an important date for all gastronomy lovers with the arrival in Marbella (and more precisely in the 5 stars hotel & spa PUENTE ROMANO) of the “king of fusion cuisine” and inventor of the NOBU STYLE. Japanese chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa loves Marbella, its ambience and style, and that’s why we have the honor of having the first NOBU restaurant in Spain, here in Marbella, a completely amazing restaurant that attracts attention thanks to its design by Jean-Pierre Martel in collaboration with StudioPCH Malibu, its beautiful and large terrace, its cocktail offer and of course...

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#THINGSTODO: CASARES VILLAGE (MÁLAGA)

Good morning everybody ! Today we are going to continue the serie of the “Most beautiful villages of Andalusia” and…how not to write an article about Casares, the ultimate white Andalusian village located on the southwest of the province of Málaga. Declared historical-artistic village in 1978, Casares and its urban center is an essential stop if you are travelling in Marbella or the area. Casares is an authentic village and a total jewel of the province of Málaga with its whitewashed and small streets, the ruins of the Arab fortress, the birthplace house of Blas Infante (considered as the father...

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#THINGSTODO: A WATERFALL IN MARBELLA (NATURE)

Good morning everybody! After our mini excursion to see a wonderfull waterfall called CASCADA DEL PUENTE PALO and the puddle of the Chorreadero (and the instagram stories that I have published), I have received many messages to know where this beautiful place is located so I answer you through my blog! That succession of waterfalls is a beautiful place but surprisingly it’s not really not well known! For those who do not know the area, it is not easy to hit to get there as it is not very well indicated! But I recommend you this place a lot:...

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#FOODIE: PALAPA RESTAURANT, LAGUNA VILLAGE

Good morning everybody! Today I offer you a gastronomic recommendation: where to enjoy an excellent meal with a wonderful view over the MEDITERRANEAN SEA. It is also an excellent place if you have in mind to organize an event … Located between Marbella and Estepona, in the Shopping Center Laguna Village (shopping center that I love as it is very quiet), the restaurant PALAPA is defined that way : “Located in a privileged place, at the foot of the sea, is Palapa. Where the Mediterranean essence meets with the hand of its fish, rice and seafood fused with oriental...

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#FOODIE: LE COCORICO RESTAURANT, MARBELLA CENTER

Good morning everybody, I am so happy today to be back with a new gastronomic offer: my favorite French restaurant in Marbella, LE COCORICO Restaurant. And when I say “favorite French restaurant”. And when I say “favorite French restaurant”, it’s not because I just went once, liked it and that’s it. No, no, no … I’ve been a lot of times and I’ll keep going because I’ve never been disappointed. In fact, it’s bee a long time I haven’t been recommended a good restaurant in Marbella center in my blog because I like to recommend places that I really...

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#THINGSTODO: VALENCIA FALLAS (2017)

Hello everyone! Today I am back with an article (in image!) about one of the most special traditions of Spain, tradition rooted in the city of Valencia: LAS FALLAS! They begin the last Sunday of February with the famous act of the Crida (the well known STREET CRY). They are part of the International Tourist Interest and rightly so! Throughout the city, you will find an exceptional atmosphere: firecrackers, people dancing, people preparing paella on the street, drinking something, beautiful lights and of course the famous “FALLEROS MONUMENTS”. Most of the time (and as you can see in the photos...

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#THINGSTODO: SEGOVIA IN ONE DAY

Hello everyone, I am back today with a new poste about one of the towns of Spain that has impacted me the most: SEGOVIA, located approximately from 1h15 to the capital. What to say of Segovia apart from that it is a pure marvel, a jewel of the autonomous community of Castile and Leon. In fact, with Toledo, it seems a mandatory stop if you are traveling through Madrid, if you pass by etc. Declared Patrimony of Humanity, we noticed in Segovia an intense and fascinating historical weight. A majestic fortress, several churches, an impressive gothic cathedral, a medieval...

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#THINGSTODO: HIKE TO THE CROSS OF JUANAR (LA CRUZ DE JUANAR)

Today I am back with a new post about a hike I wanted to do for a long time: climb to the Cross of Juanar from the refuge of Juanar. I already talked to you a few weeks ago about the calm and pleasant hike of the viewpoint of ‘Macho Montés’ and also the assumption to the famous peak of the CONCHA. Well, from the shelter of Juanar, you have the possibility to walk another very cool route. As always, I recommend you to go early as it fills up quickly with people on the weekends it is less...

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