Artenara – About Caves and Long Hiking Trips

Artenara – About Caves and Long Hiking Trips

„When you come to Gran Canaria, send me a message and I will show you Artenara!“

I had never heard of this village with 1.200 inhabitants on Gran Canaria, but I really wanted to accept the invitation.

I got picked up in the early morning in Las Palmas. We were driving for almost an hour over serpentines to the mountains of the island. I tried to look outside of the window, but needed to look straight to not get sick. Just shortly before arriving to Artenara we made a  photo stop, that made me have an idea of what was expecting me during the next two days.

Aussichtspunkt in der Nähe von Artenara

Cuevas del Caballero of Artenara

After a refreshing drink we went with a jeep to the Cuevas del Caballero. That’s a system of caves that consists of 12 caves in total – some of them are natural, others are artificial. They were used by the shepherds of the region for decades so that we don’t really have a lot of archeological remains.

Cuevas del Caballero Artenara

Cuevas del Caballero Artenara

The tour guide told us that the caves have been important places in former times. This is apparent from the fact that there are so many triangles on the walls that are open at the top. They are a symbol for the female divine, the femininity in general and fertility since the triangle represents the female genitals.

Cuevas del Caballero Artenara

Barbara an den Cuevas del Caballero Artenara

Photo Credits: Chris Spiegl (spiegl.io)

So I was in a magical place!

Unfortunately it is not known what happened in the caves.

After a while, we made our way back to Artenara. This time by foot! The weather was fantastic and I didn’t regret at all that I had decided to walk back.

Auf dem Weg zurück nach Artenara

We were walking for almost two hours. It took so long, because the view was way too nice to just walk by.

Die Aussicht genießen

Auf dem Weg zurück nach Artenara

Aussicht vom Wanderweg

Barbara am Felsrand

Photo Credits: Chris Spiegl (spiegl.io)

Ein Esel vor Artenara

Back in Artenara we went to the local museum.

Vor dem Museum von Artenara

Museum Artenara

The entire surrounding is famous for its caves and the museum shows how they were living in there many decades ago.

Im Museum von Artenara

People earned their money with simple jobs: men as shepherds, woman as weavers or potters.

Im Museum von Artenara

Im Museum von Artenara

Photo Credits: Chris Spiegl (spiegl.io)

Im Museum von Artenara

Normally you can watch the weavers doing their work in the museum. But when I was there, nobody was weaving. It was still super interesting.

The Casas Cuevas of Artenara

Then it was time for sunset.

Sonnenuntergang Artenara

I got dropped off at my accommodation for the night: I was going to stay in a Cave House, called Casa Cueva.

I was prepared to stay in a real cave without furniture, equipment of any kind or a bathroom. In the end, I was staying in the exact opposite:

With my mouth wide open I was staring at the queen size bed with warm blankets, the well equipped kitchen and the tub with whirl pool function. I could not believe that this was true!

In einer Casa Cueva

In einer Casa Cueva

In einer Casa Cueva

In einer Casa Cueva

The only downside: No internet!

But I was prepared for that and was really looking forward to a night in the bath tub and some time with my kindle under a warm blanket.

Hiking in and around Artenara

The next day started early: the plan was to do a 6-hours-hiking-trip through the beautiful mountains of Artenara with Gran Canaria Trekking.

It was a sunny day and I enjoyed being on the go.

Wandern Artenara

Wandern Artenara

Wandern Artenara

Wandern Artenara

On our way, we were eating fresh figs directly from a tree, were joking around with a farmer who was harvesting potatoes, met some goats with a cold and could see the sea standing on a big dam.

Wandern Artenara

Photo Credits: Chris Spiegl (spiegl.io)

Wandern Artenara

Wandern Artenara

Wandern Artenara

Wandern Artenara

Wandern Artenara

Cuevas de Risco Caído

Our way lead us to the Cuevas de Risco Caído. Those caves are known for the hole in the ceiling where the sunlight comes in exactly when the summer solstice is. The light of the full moon is flooding the room for the winter solstice. The place was very meaningful for astronomy for the natives of Gran Canaria, who were expelled and sold as slaves by the Berbers when they came from Africa.

Wandern Artenara Risco Caído

Unfortunately only few people are allowed to enter the caves of Risco Caído every month which is why we had to contemplate them from the outside while eating our lunch.

Lugarejo

From there we went to a small village called Lugarejo, that is located directly at a dam and reservoir. We were walking through the village where time seems to have stopped. An old man was sitting along the path and I almost expected him to ask us to pay road duty. But he only wished us a beautiful day with a toothless smile and let us pass.

Wandern Artenara Stausee Lugarejo

Lugarejo

Lugarejo

The way back from Lugarejo was the most exhausting part. My legs hurt a lot and I felt like I couldn’t go on. In the end, we arrived two hours later than planned in Artenara which means that the trip too us 8 instead of 6 hours.

Blick auf Lugarejo

Wandern Artenara

Wandern Artenara

Back in Artenara, we stopped at a little shop called Arte-Gaia, where they only sell local products.Obviously it’s build into a cave. Like almost everything in Artenara.

Two wonderful days came to an end and I got brought back to Las Palmas.

Although I had been twice on Gran Canaria, I had no idea of the beauty that was hidden in the inland of the island.

Yours Barbara

PS: I got invited by Turismo Artenara, Artenatur, Gran Canaria Trekking and Arte-Gaia. My opinion is my own though and not influenced by this collaboration.

PPS: You still want to see more of my trip to Artenara and the beautiful surroundings? Than you should watch this video made by Chris Spiegl while were there:

Hiking around Caves and with Goats | Artenara, Gran Canaria, Spain, 2016

Subscribe to my newsletter so I can keep you posted about my life of travels and as a digital nomad! You will never miss a new blog post, a new ebook or where my next adventure is going to bring us. Because it’s never going to be boring!

Did you like this blog post? Then pin it on Pinterest!

Pin The Caves of Artenara
Pin The Caves of Artenara
Pin The Caves of Artenara

Cadiz – A Photo Walk Through a City Made for Strolling

Cadiz – A Photo Walk Through a City Made for Strolling

Cadiz is not making the best first impression: There is a smell of the sea in the air. A smell of fish and the sea. It’s not really pleasant. But I am really looking forward to my Photo Walk and in a good mood!

I have two hours before I have to go on: I want to go to Seville, so Cadiz is on the way. It’s a two hours drive from Tarifa. Two hours of nonstop rain. That’s probably the reason for the smell…

I am lucky that the sun is shining now!

Two hours are not enough at all to understand a city. But it’s enough to get an impression. That’s why today I don’t want to write a lot. I just want you to come with me on a stroll through this beautiful Andalusian city: without a plan, just trying to absorb the atmosphere of Cadiz.

Let’s get started:

Then I arrived at an amazing promenade that – I learned that later – is leading around half of Cadiz.

I took the street to my right and I unexpectedly ended up in the heart of the Old Town and at the cathedral of Cadiz.

 

Time was flying! So I had to decide if I still go to see the tower Torre de Tavira that is supposed to have a beautiful view from the top. At least that’s what they said at the Tourist Information. But 6 Euro entrance fee was too expensive for me.

In the end, I decided to go to the beach: That was the last time at the beach in Andalusia before leaving for Germany!

Although Cadiz is worth more than just a photo walk: I enjoyed strolling through the streets and not thinking of anything than taking photos of beautiful places!

Did you ever do that? Hit the reply button and tell me about it!

The Tarifa Guide for Digital Nomads

Tarifa Guide for Digital Nomads

Live Like a Local

Are you searching for a cool spot for digital nomads in Europe? You should check out one of Europe's nomad hotspots Tarifa!

Subscribe to my newsletter so I can keep you posted about my life of travels and as a digital nomad! You will never miss a new blog post, a new ebook or where my next adventure is going to bring us. Because it’s never going to be boring!

Die Dünen von Tarifa

SPAIN

TARIFA
Metropol Parasol Sevilla

SPAIN

SEVILLE

Puente Viejo in Ronda

SPAIN

RONDA

A Day in Seville

A Day in Seville

Anticipation

I was thrilled to go back to Seville!

I was there for one day in 2009 while I was doing an internship in Salamanca. Back then I was a bit disappointed that I didn’t have more time to see more of the city. That’s why Seville was very high on my bucket list when I was staying in Tarifa this autumn.

With a stop in Cádiz I drove to the home of Flamenco.

When I arrived, it was already dark. I simply wanted to find my hotel and go to bed, because I was so tired from all the driving in the rain and the two-hours-stay in Cádiz. But it was a bit more difficult than expected since my hotel was in the city center and in a pedestrian zone.

I think I was searching for almost an hour for a parking garage (for almost 20 Euro per day).

Finally I arrived to the hotel which looked pretty cool at first sight:

Atrium Nuevo Suizo Sevilla

The staircase was pretty impressive.

I was staying in my room for the rest of the evening and went to bed before 10 PM.

First stop: Cathedral? Not today!

In the morning I wanted to explore the city. During my last stay I hadn’t seen anything but the cathedral.

It seemed almost ironic to me, that exactly on that day there was a procession to bring a statue from the cathedral to another chapel. In consequence I couldn’t even get close to the entrance of the cathedral due to all the people who wanted to assist this “event”. I wanted to come back after my trip, but in the end I was too tired.

I just enjoyed strolling through the city on this sunny day.

Flamenco-Tänzerinnen Sevilla

Brunnen Sevilla

Überdachung Sevilla

After I while I really wanted to see some of the highlights of Seville. So I took out the map to check the way to Plaza España, the nicest square of the city.

 

Plaza España and Maria Luisa Park

But first I came to Maria Luisa Park. A beautiful park with many green trees and palm trees. I had the impression that the Sevillanos come here to spend their Sunday afternoons.

Spiegelung im Teich

Im Park in Sevilla

Kutsche im Park in Sevilla

Directly behind the park is Plaza España!

The square is huge half-circle with impressive buildings all around. A moat where you can go in a circle by boat has been built between the buildings and the square.

Plaza de Espana durch Gelaender

Boote Plaza de Espana

Brunnen Plaza de Espana

After that I went to the Guadalquivir, the river in Seville.

You can stroll along the riversides for hours and hours, but first I took a break and sat down close to the Triana bridge which is leading you to the trendy neighbourhood. I wasn’t really interesting to go to a bar on the other side, so I just enjoyed the sun and the view.

Bruecke ueber Guadalquivir Sevilla

Barbara am Guadalquivir

Guadalquivir Sevilla

Although it was late, I decided to walk along the riverside of the Guadalquivir for another hours and then go back to the hotel.

On my way I passed this beautiful wooden structure called Metropol Parasol. It was built in 2011 by the German architect Jürgen Mayer.

Holzkonstruktion Sevilla

Barbara haelt Holzkonstruktion

Although I didn’t see a lot, I’m happy that I simply enjoyed the day. Like this I went to Ronda relaxed and not stressed out.

Yours Barbara

The Tarifa Guide for Digital Nomads

Tarifa Guide for Digital Nomads

Live Like a Local

Are you searching for a cool spot for digital nomads in Europe? You should check out one of Europe's nomad hotspots Tarifa!

Subscribe to my newsletter so I can keep you posted about my life of travels and as a digital nomad! You will never miss a new blog post, a new ebook or where my next adventure is going to bring us. Because it’s never going to be boring!

SPAIN
RONDA
PORTUGAL

LISBON

SPAIN

TARIFA

Baelo Claudia – A Roman Archeological Site in Andalusia

Baelo Claudia – A Roman Archeological Site in Andalusia

There is Roman archeological site about 20 kilometers from Tarifa – Baelo Claudia.

Built in the 2nd Century before Christ, the city was know in the entire Roman Empire for the tuna fish industry. Only 400 years later the people abandoned Baelo Claudia because of earthquakes.

Another 500 years later, the Moors started to conquer Andalusia from here, which led the region to its most prosperous time.

The Highlights of Baelo Claudia

Baelo Claudia has three highlights: an aqueduct, a theater and a basilica.

You reach the outdoor area by crossing the museum which has a lot of information about life 2000 years ago and about the history of the place. The path is leading you directly to the aqueduct. It’s only one remaining of the three water systems that supplied the city with water.

Aquaedukt Baelo Claudia

After that the theater had a magical attraction to me although the path leads to the basilica first. The theater is in a pretty good condition und you get really close.

Theater Bealo Claudia

Theater Baelo Claudia von vorne

After that I walked in the direction of the sea. Baelo Claudia is located directly at the famous beach Bolonia. When I was there somebody was kiting along the beautiful beach.

Kiter in Baelo Claudia

Along the thermal bath the path leads you to the basilica. Inside there is a statue of the Roman Emperor Trajan, who ruled between 98 and 117. The statue is in an extremely good condition.

Basilika Baelo Claudia

Enjoying the view

In the end I was sitting there simply enjoying the view on the sea. The ruins were mostly behind me, some of them in front of me and couldn’t help but watching the sea and think about how life must have been 2000 years back in time.

Therme Baelo Claudia

Fenster zum Meer Baelo Claudia

How was it to hang around in the thermal bath? What plays did they show in the theater? What did people think about the statue of their Emperor?

My Conclusion?

Baelo Claudia is a perfect get away for half a day from Tarifa. I was surprised how big and in what good condition the archeological site is. I had seen in the internet that EU citizens don’t pay for the entrance. So I didn’t expect it to be that beautiful.  In comparison to Baelo Claudia, Marsala was a joke!

The museum is decorated with affection and is interactive, so it’s really worth it to go there too!

So, Baelo Claudia: Thumps up! Or what do you think about it?

 

Yours Barbara

Subscribe to my newsletter so I can keep you posted about my life of travels and as a digital nomad! You will never miss a new blog post, a new ebook or where my next adventure is going to bring us. Because it’s never going to be boring!

Are you a proud nomad? Then you should check out my shop with the PROUD NOMAD and WORLDTRAVELER collections!

Did you like my post? Share it on Pinterest!

Pin Baelo Claudia – Eine römische Ausgrabungsstätte in Andalusien
Pin Baelo Claudia – Eine römische Ausgrabungsstätte in Andalusien
Pin Baelo Claudia – Eine römische Ausgrabungsstätte in Andalusien
In den Duenen von Tarifa

EUROPE

TARIFA

EUROPE

GIBRALTAR

EUROPE

RONDA

Ronda – Where a Bridge Over a Canyon Connects Two Parts of a City

Ronda – Where a Bridge Over a Canyon Connects Two Parts of a City

Ronda was my last stop through den south of Spain and Europe. After a weekend in Cádiz and Sevilla, Ronda was on my way back to Málaga, from where I flew out – back to Germany.

I heard about this place while I was testing beaches last year. Unfortunately I didn’t have time to go there, so Ronda was really high on my wish list.

After a two hours drive and a short stop at Finca Vegana, where some blogger friends and colleagues have been working and living for the whole summer, I arrived in the early afternoon to Ronda. I knew where I wanted to go: to a view point to see the Puente Nuevo! The bridge from the 17th Century is one of three bridges leading over the canyon called El Tajo. It’s 120 meters high and connects the Old Town with the newer part of the city Mercadillo.

 

Ruin Villa Apolo

Searching for this view point I arrived to a place a bit outside of the city. It seemed completely abandoned. In around 100 meters distance I saw a ruin between the trees.

As if the ruin was calling me, I left the car and got closer to the old building.

Ruine Ronda

The sun was shining, but it was still bitter cold with only 10 degrees Celsius that felt icy after my month in late summer temperatures in Tarifa. Still… I wanted to take some photos of this beautiful place.

Ruine Ronda innen

Ruine oberer Teil

When I turned around I couldn’t help but scream of joy. There it was: the famous bridge that I was searching for. But it was far away.Ruine Blick auf Ronda

When I came home I did some research to find out about the story of the place:

The ruin is called Villa Apolo and there are many legends about it. one of them is the following:

Back in the days there was a family living there. One day they found the dead body of their 8-years-old daughter in a pool of blood. She was murdered. Since then people say this place is jinxed and claim to have seen the girl as a ghost moaning and crying.

Well… I don’t really believe in paranormal activities. Still I think it’s good that I didn’t know that story when I was wandering around there.

 

Puente Nuevo

So I went back to the city to search for the best view point.

Brücke von oben

You can see the spot where everybody goes to take photos when you are on the bridge facing the valley.

You can estimate more or less where the entrance must be and make your way through the narrow streets of Ronda. It’s a three minutes walk. Unfortunately there are no signs at all.

 

Arkaden Ronda

Ronda a los Viajeros Romanticos

When you arrive to the entrance you go down a kind of stair with very long, flat steps. The last part is all natural – not touched by men.

From there you have a breathtaking view.

Barbara vor der Brücke Ronda

That’s why I used the moment to do another live vlog on Periscope. Check it out:

 

Barbaralicious live in Ronda

 

Brash in Ronda

To end with, I would like to tell you what happened on my way to the view point. When I was walking through the streets to take photos, I passed an open door. There were people standing next to it and it seemed to me like a hotel entrance or something like that. Behind the door there was a small terrace with a breathtaking view.

Blick ins Haus vom Poeten in Ronda

„What can happen?“, I asked myself and slipped in.

I just went like 4 steps when I heard the old man of the group saying: „Sorry, young lady, but this is my home!“

A bit bashful, but hoping to get the permission to take some photos I humbly apologized in my best Spanish telling him that I simply wasn’t able resist when I saw the beautiful view from his terrace.

„Oh, you speak Spanish?!“, the man said amused and seemed some how impressed, then he added: „Come in, be my guest and have some whine with me!“

Well… That’s one of my typical travel stories that definitely needs to be part of my next book.

He asked me to come in and try one of his whines: 100% ecological and biological.

Although I don’t even drink alcohol I couldn’t get out of this anymore. And… surprise: I liked the whine!

Then he started telling me that he is actually a poet and that he likes to make his poems live in his whines as well. Afterwards he read some of his poems in his impressive halls – about love, about being and about freedom.

In the end he asked me where I live. When I answered, „nowhere and everywhere – I’m a nomad“, he was delighted and said: „That’s why you understand me! That’s why you get my poems: You live the freedom, that I try to express in my poems.”

We said good bye and just when the door shut I realized that I didn’t even asked him what his name was or if I could take some photos…

Ronda will always be in my memory as a beautiful place with beautiful people like my nameless friend, the poet, who made my smile more than once in such a short time.

Did you make a special experience in Ronda, as well? Hit the button and write a comment!

 

Deine Barbara

Ronda Ronda Ronda Ronda

Subscribe to my newsletter so I can keep you posted about my life of travels and as a digital nomad! You will never miss a new blog post, a new ebook or where my next adventure is going to bring us. Because it’s never going to be boring!

Tarifa – In the European Hotspot for Digital Nomads

Tarifa – In the European Hotspot for Digital Nomads

Tarifa is known for being a hotspot for digital nomads and expats – I even heard the word „Hippie“ every now and then. The city was on my list for quite a long time before I finally came here to check it out myself. Now I have been here for 3 weeks, so it’s time for a summary.

Tarifa for Digital Nomads

Know as the European hotspot for nomads, the southern most city on the European mainland didn’t let me down: in Tarifa there are many nomads that I met on the Nomad Cruise or on other nomad events during this time of the year – between September und November. To be honest I was a bit disappointed about the WIFI connection here, which is pretty slow and unstable although so many web workers come here day by day to combine work and passion. Even at my home, I had to restart the router quite often. Still I heard that technically there is fast WIFI here. I asked why it’s so slow then and the answer to that was: “Because the locals don’t care about WIFI”. Even at the Coworking-Hostel La Cocotera, a really cool place to stay or work in general, seems to have a connection that is not reliable. The owners do care though, because they have a portable modem in the drawer that can be used in emergency cases. If you are working there and the WIFI is not working well, you can go to the desk and get it. One day there if you are not a guest in the hostel is 15 Euro. The stunning view over Tarifa from the roof top terrace is included.

NOMAD-SEASON:

The season for nomads is not the same as the one for normal tourists. We are not searching for crowded places, but would like to work in peace and enjoy our nomad lives. That’s why “our season” is from September to the beginning of November.

EVENTS:

There are many events and meet ups and sometimes it feels like that every inhabitant is a nomad. During the nomad season there normally is the Tuesday meet up, which took place in the beach bar Waikiki while I was there. It’s located at the edge of the city center and you have a great view on sunsets.

Tarifa for Fans of Watersports

The wind  is blowing through my hair and the sky is full of colorful kites. Blue ones, red ones, yellow ones, green ones… No color is missing! Kites in Tarifa In Tarifa the Mediterranean ends and the Atlantic begins. You can actually stand on the point, where the sea and the ocean shake hands. This location is bringing perfect conditions for watersports based on wind. People come here to do windsurfing or kitesurfing from all over Europe. Valdevaqueros Kite hinter den Dünen Johannes Völkner writes in his WebWorkTravel Guide for OnlineWorkers:
“Tarifa is widely accepted to be Europe´s best kite surfing spot offering an unbeatable mix of good winds and perfect beaches, all backed up by a full complement of training schools and cutting edge kit. Head south from Tarifa for a number of alternative beach spots, each offering equally favourable conditions.”
Kiting is widely known as the latest trend sport for digital nomads. I never tried it myself, but there seem to be different reasons why it is perfect for nomads:
  • You need to focus a lot, so you can really disconnect from your work which is sometimes difficult
  • Just like the saying „Mens sana in corpore sano“ (a sound mind in a sound body) is kiting a training for the entire body which is making it perfect for the digital nomad lifestyle
  • Thanks to the location independent lifestyle you can work from the best kiting spots in the world and combine work and passion
For many digital nomads like for example Miri from the kiting-blog Wake Up Stoked this means living life to the fullest.

WATERSPORT-SEASON:

Generally speaking there is no off-season in Tarifa. Both of the winds, Levante and Poniente, blow more or less strong during the entire year. Although you will most likely find the best conditions between May and October. From on it can be quite rainy and temperature can drop significantly. Both things are not making kiting impossible, but it’s getting more difficult.

EVENTS:

Tarifa is the chosen location for different workations where passion and work shell be combined. Elmar Haker is for example organizing several workations during the year called Flaks where not only work and networking are important, but als the common love for kiting of the participants who are mostly online entrepreneurs.

Tarifa for Natur Lovers

In and around Tarifa there are several trails for hiking. I only went hiking once. The trail that I had chosen was only 800 meters long and lead me through beautiful meadows and rocky areas. Aufstieg Wanderweg La Pena Gipfel Wanderweg La Pena The trail is located between the two beaches Valdevaqueros and Los Lances, which means that you have an amazing view from the viewpoint in the end. Blick nach Valdevaqueros Mirador La Pena On your way you will possibly meet cows, bulls and horses. I can tell you that it feels a bit strange in the beginning when you find yourself face-to-face with a bull. Stier 2 Wanderweg Pferd Wanderweg La Pena But luckily after watching me for a second he continued eating and everything was fine. In the end I was sitting at the top of the hill enjoying the sunset and the last rays of sunlight! Couldn’t believe how close it was and how fast to reach! Barbara auf dem Mirador La Pena

General Information

When the wind is not blowing and you don’t go to the beach to kite and you don’t want to leave the city for a hike, I recommend you to go for a litte stroll to Old Town. Sträßchen in Tarifa The narrow alleys and the old houses create a very special atmosphere that is typical for the mediterranean area. Enge Gasse in Tarifa So just enjoy a cooling soda in one of the over 100 cafés or restaurants. If you want to see sunset from a beach bar, go to Waikiki: great location, friendly staff and prices are good for a beach bar. Waikiki Tarifa From there it’s like 5 minutes to the Island of Tarifa. There is a street (cars are not allowed – at least when I was there they weren’t) leading you to the island. Unfortunately the gate was closed when I arrived to the other side. La Isla de Tarifa Fenster La Isla de Tarifa

My Conslusion?

Tarifa is a must for digital nomads. It’s like Chiang Mai in Thailand or Medellín in Colombia. That’s why I am happy that I came here to see the city myself and to stay here for a little while. Personally I prefer sitting close to sea being able to watch every now and then. Here in Tarifa this is almost impossible because of the strong winds. This is why I spent most of my time inside. Which is a pitty…That’s why I think that in the end I will not come back ago soon. But there are so many other cities that are more and more getting attention from other digital nomads. So I guess I will check them out before coming back to Tarifa. Have you ever been to Tarifa? Tell me about your opinion in the comments!
Yours Barbara

Subscribe to my newsletter so I can keep you posted about my life of travels and as a digital nomad! You will never miss a new blog post, a new ebook or where my next adventure is going to bring us. Because it’s never going to be boring!

The Tarifa Guide for Digital Nomads

Tarifa Guide for Digital Nomads

Live Like a Local

Are you searching for a cool spot for digital nomads in Europe? You should check out one of Europe's nomad hotspots Tarifa!

You liked my blog post? Pin it onPinterest!

Pin Tarifa – In der europäischen Hochburg für digitale Nomaden
Pin Tarifa – In der europäischen Hochburg für digitale Nomaden
Pin Tarifa – In der europäischen Hochburg für digitale Nomaden
Affe in Gibraltar
EUROPE
GIBRALTAR
Seville
EUROPE
SEVILLE
Straßenbahn in Lissabon
EUROPE
LISBON