The Silver Way. A route from South to North. Spain

Since ancient times there has been a route drawn between mountains, valleys and plains, which connects the north and south of Spain, in whose lower basin of the Guadalquivir the first great western culture flourished, under the mythical monastery of Tartessos, at the end of the Age of Bronze. Due to the great mining wealth,


Granada is a capital city of the province of the same name, located in the center of the Vega de Granada region, at an altitude of 680 m. above sea level, in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia. Irrigated by the fourth longest river in Spain, Genil River, and by the foothills of the highest massif

What to see in southern Spain

What to see in southern Spain. The southern of Spain is characterized by colorful regions, vibrant and full of cultural traditions. In this area of Spain, we can find the hearth of Spanish folks and their manners combine with blue skies and white villages. It’s unavoidable thinking in Spain without girls dancing flamenco in their