Spain's a big place. If you come and stay with us in the Axarquia, Andalusia at:
You can walk the sea cliffs, water sport, walk up Mt Maroma (2065 meters), eat Malaga mixed fried fish, eat paella, drink Sangria, join in the fiestas in the Moorish white villages, eat a three course meal with drinks for €7, listen to cante jondo, drink "Dama de la Vina" and "pasero" - sweet Malaga wines, enjoy the cafe life of Malaga city, enjoy the moorish magnificence of Granada, wonder at the great Mosque of Cordoba and eat the greatest tapas in a bar just round the corner, breakfast on "pan con tomate" dressed with the finest local "verdiales" olive oil, or stuff your face with chocolate con churros - chocolate you can stand your spoon in with long fresh-fried donuts to dunk in the drink, go to a summer fair and come away smelling of spun sugar and hand fried crisps, watch olives grapes almonds and lemons farmed and cared for as the Romans used to with donkeys and hand implements, try out your Spanish, go to a bull fight, spend an evening at the tanners bar on finger bay and eat stewed snails Spanish style washed down with cold beer. Take a train (clean, punctual, efficient) from Malaga to Seville - watch the tilers hand make Spanish tiles, eat more tapas, watch flamenco . . .and so on . .and so on . . .