¡Feliz Navidad!

Looking across to Frigiliana, Spain

This is the view from the terrace of Los Caracoles Restaurant and Hotel, on the scenic road from Torrox pueblo to the pretty, mountain village of Frigiliana.    Towards the bottom left you can see the white village (pueblo blanco) of Frigiliana and, over to the right, the nearby town of Nerja, with the Mediterranean Sea in the background.

This view never fails to take my breath away …. no matter how many times I see it!

And it’s exactly the kind of view that’s typical of a sunny Christmas Day, here in southern Spain.

My Christmas wish for all my readers and followers is that love, hope and happiness fill your hearts this holiday season, and may all your dreams and wishes have wings.

¡Feliz Navidad! 

This post is my response to the Travel Theme: Festive and Sunday Post: Christmas.

Whilst you’re here, you might also like to look at:

A Celebration of Fried Breadcrumbs

AVE: Taking the Fast Track from Málaga to Madrid

CBBH Challenge: SIMPLE PLEASURES

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46 thoughts on “¡Feliz Navidad!

  1. A breathtaking view that does brings the festive joy of the season. Belated Merry Christmas. The holidays may be over but the happy memories we will always carry with us. Wishing you and your family a wonderful New Year .

  2. It’s been great fun following your blog this past year! I’m looking forward to what you have in store for 2013. Wishing you and yours a very happy, healthy and peaceful New Year!

      • I’d love to see it with you Marianne – I’m sure, like most of the world, it’s changed beyond recognition in some places, and I’m likely to get a bit lost! Funny, as it turned out, I spent more time in Spain in the winter than I ever managed in the summer, though I can’t say I was enraptured by winters up on the high sierra, that bone chilling cold was a bit tough – but down South … my memories of the South in the winter, and early spring, when the poppies came out, perfection. 🙂

        New Years greetings from another Paradise 🙂

  3. Ours was a little damp but it doesn’t really matter when you’re in the kitchen. Merry Christmas to you, Marianne. I’m just thinking about pud. I was too full at lunchtime.

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