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gerundino63

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Staying in the south of Spain in nov... 

Hi guys,

I want to stay in the south of Spain this winter for a mounth in November.
I do not mind if there is flamenco or not, just to make the winter a little shorter.

Anny suggestions for places to stay or little towns that are not too touristic, with a bit of nature, public transport and possible not to far from the sea?

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Morante

 

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RE: Staying in the south of Spain in... (in reply to gerundino63

Sanlúcar seems the best bet. Always tourists but fewer in November. Coto Donaña just across the river and good seafood en Bajo de Guía. Capital de manzanilla

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tele

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RE: Staying in the south of Spain in... (in reply to Morante

Whole province of Cadiz, I think it's the best place in the world that I know of and has great people with good vibe. Only complain is that dishonesty is a bit more common with people than in many northern European countries that I am used to, but all it takes is paying good amount of attention when giving money away or dealing with people.

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Escribano

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RE: Staying in the south of Spain in... (in reply to gerundino63

Try La Herradura. Right on the coast, a small town, mostly Spanish and you can visit Stephen Hill.

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gerundino63

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RE: Staying in the south of Spain in... (in reply to gerundino63

Thanks a lot guys,

I will look in all the wonderful sugestions ans send Stephen a mail.

I found also a nice little town called Ayamonte, near the Portugese border also an option I think.

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