If you were to do a google search on cave living around the world, I think that you would be quite surprised with what that search revealed. I can testify to this as that is exactly what I did after becoming a self-confessed cave dweller.
Previously, I had only associated cave living with prehistoric man of our history books. When I started to research cave houses in Andalucia I soon learnt that many of the refurbished caves within the region date back as far as the Moorish times. Continue reading →
Just as the title suggests, this is not really a blog entry, Instead think of it as a public broadcast service !
To be honest, It’s nothing that serious we just thought we would let you know that one foot in the cave has now branched out into the scary big world of both Facebook and Google + (make your choice depending on which one is your poison).
So having established that our cave house is in the Altiplano de Granada, it was now time to find out a little more about this region of Granada.
When translated into English, Altiplano de Granada means Granada high plains and gives an insight into the landscape of this region. It is an area of contrasts. There is a huge and mainly deserted plain in its central part, surrounded by the mountain ranges of Sagra, Castril, Baza and Orce, with some peaks surpassing 2300 meters. Continue reading →